Article - 18 Sep 2001
A team of reserachers at the University of Pennsylvania have developed a fuel cell, that can run on hydrocarbons such as diesel, toluene and n-decane. Only recently have fuel cells been found that can...
Article - 11 Mar 2002
The unique properties of supercritical fluids have lead to their use in nanomaterial production for applications such as biomaterials, foams, high internal phase emulsions, lithography and metal...
Article - 23 Jul 2015
Carbon black nanopowders are employed in a wide range of applications, such as asphalt sealants and decorative concrete colorants, textiles and conductive/resistive applications and paint, ink and...
Article - 7 Apr 2010
Inverse gas chromatography or IGC has been shown as a versatile tool for the characterization a variety of different properties such as physisorption chemisorption and thermodynamic parameters....
Article - 9 Apr 2010
Inverse gas chromatography (IGC) is a gas phase technique, first developed over 40 years ago, to study the surface and bulk properties of particulate and fibrous materials. The technique and...
News - 7 Sep 2005
A new class of solvents whose key properties can be rapidly “switched” by the introduction of a common gas could provide a more environmentally-friendly way of producing specialty...
Article - 9 Jun 2016
Severe engine damage can occur due to fuel dilution in lubricating oil, as high fuel levels (>2%) in a lubricant can lead to decreased viscosity, loss of dispersancy, oil degradation, and loss of...
Article - 25 Apr 2016
Process gas analysis is vital for the optimization and control of the polyethylene and polypropylene manufacturing method.
Article - 14 Sep 2015
In any polymer plant, process gas analysis is important to control and optimize the manufacturing process of polypropylenes and polyethylenes.