nickel oxide


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nickel oxide

[′nik·əl ′äk‚sīd]
(inorganic chemistry)
NiO Green powder; soluble in acids and ammonium hydroxide; insoluble in water; used to make nickel salts and for porcelain paints. Also known as green nickel oxide.
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Optimum composition was determined as 23% nickel oxide, 3% binder and 3% plasticizer according to analyze two level experimental factorial design and response surface optimization technique.
02 After being mixed with solvents, nickel oxide and cerium oxide are poured on a plastic substrate.
For resistive elements containing nickel and chromium, they will combine with the oxygen to form nickel oxide or chromium oxide, which are non-conductive.
To further connect the dots, Kane, Pietruska, and colleagues conducted a series of experiments comparing the behavior in human lung epithelial cells of nickel oxide and pure metallic-nickel nanoparticles with larger metallic-nickel microparticles.
The Clydach refinery is owned by Brazilian mining company Vale and refines nickel oxide from Canada into high purity nickel powder and pellets for supply to the stainless steel, electroplating and rechargeable battery industries.
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Nickel oxide is a substance that has gotten a lot of attention from materials scientists lately.
The cobalt and nickel oxide nanofilms make excellent catalysts, because they increase the rate of the chemical reaction between the odor-causing compounds and the ozone, making the process more efficient.
He provides analytical and numerical solutions of the current distribution, and discusses nickel oxide formation at the anode, and the high-fuel-utilizing solid oxide fuel cell.
50] in rats for the less soluble nickel oxide and subsulphide were > 3,600 mg Ni/kg b wt, whereas the oral [LD.
By changing the structure of the ReRAM by adding titanium (Ti) to nickel oxide (NiO), and by limiting the current flow from the transistor, Fujitsu Labs has successfully reduced the current needed to erase memory to 100 micro-amperes or less.