The highest power density available in the industry - increased power for the same machine size and active material
Contract notice for Drying - controlled ion polishing of thin films of active materials
As the battery undergoes several charge-discharge cycles, bits of the poly-sulphide can go into the electrolyte, so that over time the battery gradually loses active material
An important requisite for a good coating process is a homogeneous and stable dispersion of the active and inactive components in the solvent [11-15], The dispersion has to be homogenous for all the components: solid particles in slurry have different sizes, in particular active material
particles are usually in the few microns range while carbon black (CB) particles are significantly smaller, less than 100 nm.
Fabrication of the electrode involves three steps: growth of CuO NWs from a pure copper cable by heat treatment; deposition of a conducting metal layer by sputter-coating; and electrodeposition of active material
onto the nanostructures.
We found some Radio active material
from Mosul university," he posted online.
The UHPB battery is fitted with Primax unique and core technology, and fitted within an XFrame and GPS (Grid Protection System) which helps the battery to perform longer by reducing aging rate of active material
and by preventing grid growth.
In general, the chemical reaction of the active material
in a battery is slower at lower temperatures, thus resulting in reduced battery performance.
For Mg-based alloys, which present higher hydrogen storage capacities than the conventional LaNi5-based alloys, the pulverization process intensifies the irreversible oxidation of the active material
by the KOH electrolyte.
It's not the raw extract that they are interested in, but an active material
2008 A method of manufacturing an electronic device comprising a device substrate supporting a patterned layer of active material
Troy Corporation has received a patent for a dispersion composition comprised of approximately 5-60 mass percent of an antimicrobially active material
selected from the group consisting of 1,2-benzisothiazol-3(2H)-one; 2-octyl-2H-isothiazol-3-one; pyrithione zinc; 3-iodo-2-propynyl butylcarbamate; 2-methylthio-4-ethylamino-6-tert-butylamino-s-triazine; and 3-(4-isopropylphenyl)-l,1-dimethylurea, and mixtures thereof; approximately 0.