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Purpose – A new method for modifying the properties of aluminium oxide had been developed which allowed alumina to be used as a white, reinforcing filler in various rubber composites to replace carbon black, producing high performance white rubber vulcanizates comparable to those loaded with...
Purpose – To discover new photochromic molecules suitable for various applications. Design/methodology/approach – The synthesis of the new photochromic pyrazole derivatives was accomplished by reaction of tetracyanoquinodimethane (TCNQ) and pyrazoles in polar solvents such as dimethylformamide...
Purpose – To investigate the role of spent sulphite liquor (SSL) retained on neutral sulphite bagasse pulp in the binding action of phenolic resin, for the purpose of enhancing its performance to produce high quality agro‐based composite. Design/methodology/approach – Pulps used in this work as...
Purpose – To evaluate the photoelectrochemical characteristics of polymer doped with CdSe and CdSe/TiO 2 for improved photoelectric conversion efficiency. Design/methodology/approach – A method was set‐up to dope the nano‐CdSe with poly‐perylene‐tetracarboxylic imide (PPI) in the nano‐TiO 2 /ITO...
Purpose – To evaluate the effect of some tetrazole compounds as corrosion inhibitors of copper in HNO 3 at various temperatures. Design/methodology/approach – 1‐phenyl‐5‐mercapto‐1,2,3,4‐tetrazole (PMT) was selected as the best inhibitor among the tetrazole compounds tested. Gravimetric and...
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