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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Park, "Electrochemical characteristics of cobalt-substituted lithium nickel oxides synthesized from lithium hydro-oxide and nickel and cobalt oxides," Ceramics International, vol.
The Ni 2[p.sub.3/2] photoelectron transitions of the three samples (around 854 eV) show multiplet splitting and shake-up satellites (at 860 eV), which is typical for nickel oxide species and corresponds well with published data [50, 51].
Cardozo et al., "Evaluation of the genotoxic properties of nickel oxide nanoparticles in vitro and in vivo," Mutation Research--Genetic Toxicology and Environmental Mutagenesis, 2018.
The XRD analysis confirms Bunsenite, which corresponds to the JCPDS card: 04-0835 for nickel oxide [40] confirming it as a good absorber layer of solar cells [41].
It should be noted that some nickel oxides are toxic and harmful to organic cells [20].
Nickel oxide nanoparticles (NiO-NPs) represent a nanomaterial widely used in the industry for catalysis, alkaline battery cathodes, electrochromic and magnetic materials, pigments in ceramics, and glasses, since possessing unique chemical properties due to its size and morphology when compared to its bulk counterpart (MTI corporation, Manufacturer in Richmond, California, USA).
The kiln produced good quality calcine, with very low dust generation and favorable pre-reduction levels of about 60% for Iron oxide and 10% for nickel oxide.
An anode made of iron is the source of current for the electrical device, and a cathode made of nickel oxide is the exit for the electrical current.
A good example is the French RMOA for two nickel compounds, nickel oxide and nickel sulphate, a substance particularly relevant for the plating sector.
Synthesis, characterization and adsorption studies of nanocrystalline copper oxide and nickel oxide, Langmuir, 18: 1352-1359.
"Even if you have the best semiconductor in the world and the best catalyst in the world, their overall efficiency can be limited by the semiconductor-catalyst interface." Choi and Kim exploited a pair of cheap and somewhat flawed catalysts -- iron oxide and nickel oxide -- by stacking them on the bismuth vanadate to take advantage of their relative strengths.
Bismuth vanadate needs a hand in speeding the reaction that produces fuel, and that's where the paired catalysts come in.hoi and Kim exploited a pair of cheap and somewhat flawed catalysts - iron oxide and nickel oxide - by stacking them on the bismuth vanadate to take advantage of their relative strengths.