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CoAl2O4 and NiAl2O4 spinels were prepared by sol-gel method with citric acid. The formation of CoAl and NiAl spinels was investigated, changing the calcination temperatures and the molar ratio of...
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AZoM talked to Ailong Li, a postdoctoral researcher at RIKEN, about his research that has developed a green catalyst for the production of hydrogen energy. This could revolutionize efforts to leave...
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Leading experts generally certify ancient artifacts based on stylistic analysis and on personal sensory perceptions.
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Superplastic forming is an alternative and novel method for producing dental implants. It is capable of producing complex prostheses that are lighter, more comfortable and stronger than similar...
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Nickel/chromium alloys have excellent oxidation resistance, wear-resistance and high-temperature properties. Typical applications include heating elements and thermocouples.
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Li1-xNi1+xO2 powder was successfully prepared by the sol-gel method using oxalic acid as a chelating agent with the subsequent calcination at 650-800°C for 14-48 h. The formation mechanism of...