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Sulfur compounds in petroleum have caused several problems such as corrosion of equipment, lack of high quality final products, and emission of toxic gases into the environment. Elemental sulfur can increase these problems, since small amounts of it turn mercaptans into potential corrosion...
Conventional copper chemical mechanical planarization (CMP) techniques are being pushed to their limits by increasing industrial standards caused by device miniaturization and the use of new materials. There is a need to investigate alternative methods of polishing to maintain and/or improve...
A new fire-retardant, diethyl ethyl phosphate (DEEP), was tested as a nonflammable electrolyte solvent for dye-sensitized solar cells (DSSCs). Electrochemical measurements demonstrated that the DEEP electrolyte has a wide potential window (>5 V), sufficient ionic conductivity (3.5 × 10 −3 S cm...
Platinum nanoparticles on polyaniline-coat multi-walled carbon nanotubes were fabricated by electrochemical method at paraffin-impregnated graphite electrode (Pt/PAN/MWCNTs). The material was characterized by various methods including field emission scanning electron microscope (FE-SEM), X-ray...
A boric acid bath for ZnNi alloy electrodeposition was developed with mannitol as additive. The deposition process was investigated by cyclic voltammetry. It was found that the current density decreased, due to adsorption of a boric–mannitol complex and/or changes in the morphology, but the...
The application of advanced membrane processes for drinking water treatment is hampered by the management of the concentrated membrane residuals. This byproduct is typically treated as waste, with the associated costs for disposal. In this study we tested electrolysis as an approach to recover...
Cyclic voltammetry (CV) and X-ray diffraction (XRD) were used to investigate the anodic behavior of indium in a 3 M KOH solution on both rotating disc-platinum ring and static electrodes. Indium undergoes two processes in concentrated alkaline solution: activation and passivation. In the...
For small particles of aluminum (<60 μm), a measurable percentage of the aluminum (>5%) is observed to corrode before passivation occurs at moderate temperatures (>50 °C) in de-ionized water within 1 h. Ball-milling of the aluminum powders with aluminum oxide or water soluble salts results in a...
Photoelectrochemical decomposition of bio-related compounds such as ammonia, formic acid, urea, alcohol, and glycine by a biophotochemical cell (BPCC) comprising a nanoporous TiO 2 film photoanode and an O 2 -reducing cathode generating simultaneously electrical power was investigated. The...
A deuterium–palladium electrode was employed as a new indicator electrode for the titration of weak acids in tert -butanol and iso-propanol. The investigated electrode showed a linear dynamic response for p -toluenesulfonic acid in the concentration range from 0.1 to 0.001 mol L −1 , with a...
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