Article - 10 Jan 2003
The performance of titanium, or more specifically, the stability of the titanium oxide film in various environments is outlined. Some environments include chlorine, water, mineral acids, salt...
Article - 19 Aug 2020
Short-wavelength infrared radiation has been successfully applied to accelerate the acid digestion of rare-earth ore samples.
Article - 11 Feb 2020
This article discusses how to measure the titration of nicotine in liquids.
Article - 29 Nov 2016
A lubricant containing a high concentration of acidic compounds can lead to clogged oil filters and corrosion of machine parts due to the formation of sludge and varnish.
Article - 7 Aug 2015
The recent recession has resulted in lower freight rates and over-capacity, and this has led ship operators to implement “slow steaming” operations for cost reduction.
Article - 11 Feb 2002
The titanium metal was first commercialized in the year 1950. Since then, corrosion resistance has turned out to be a critical consideration while choosing it as an engineering structural material.
Article - 1 Jul 2020
There are several base metal determination and gold assay applications for ColdBlock™ digestion. Read here to learn more about them.
Article - 19 Feb 2014
The superior corrosion and mechanical properties and low capture cross-section for thermal neutrons make zirconium alloys suitable for use in nuclear reactors.
Article - 8 Nov 2013
Perchlorate salts (ClO4-) are stable and have excellent oxidizing properties (Figure 1). For this reason, they are widely used in explosives (including pyrotechnics), solid rocket fuel, matches, air...