Raney nickel


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Raney nickel

[′rā·nē ‚nik·əl]
(metallurgy)
A nickel powder prepared from an alloy of nickel and aluminum in equal parts by preferentially dissolving the aluminum in a warm solution of sodium hydroxide.
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Different types of Raney-Ni are prepared by Dalian general chemical Co., LTD, and the metal element analysis of Raney nickel catalyst (RTH-3110, RTH4110, RTH-5110) can be seen in Table 2.
Wendt, "Morphology and utilization of smooth hydrogen-evolving raney nickel cathode coatings and porous sintered-nickel cathodes," Journal of the Electrochemical Society, vol.
Another experiment was carried out using similar concentrations of the reactants in the presence of 0.5 mg of bulk nickel powder (raney nickel) as catalyst.