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ceria

[′ser·ē·ə]
(inorganic chemistry)
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Also the nanoscale dispersion of 4, 8, and 12 wt% of ceria NPs in PAA matrix is considered with FE-SEM and illustrated in Fig.
Ceria can "exhale" oxygen from its crystalline framework at very high temperatures and then "inhale" oxygen back in at lower temperatures.
Nano ceria and mixed rare earth metal oxides have shown promise in testing for such applications," he said.
This text comprises an edited selection of the papers that were presented at the 2nd EFFOST European Conference held at CERIA in Brussels in April 1991.
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We have applied very thin (4nm) reactive element coatings by sputtering ceria (CeOsub.
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Swinging on a rope, Ceria reaches out his long arms to grab a nearby tree branch.
After the take over by STI, in March 2006, the name of the product of Mandara earlier known as Neon was changed with Ceria.
The metal is cerium oxide -- or ceria -- and it is the centerpiece of a promising new technology developed by Haile and her colleagues that concentrates solar energy and uses it to efficiently convert carbon dioxide and water into fuels.
The device uses the Sun's rays and a metal oxide called ceria to break down carbon dioxide or water into fuels, which can be stored and transported.
In fact, in many instances, innovative stain and finish developers investigated powders or newly developed dispersions of UV-absorbing metal oxides such as zinc oxide, titania, or ceria and discovered that the promised value (high performance, transparency) simply did not exist.