bimetallic


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bimetallic

consisting of two metals
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In this work, multi-functional hydrogels were prepared through bimetallic ions synergistic cross-linking strategy, which can be used for antibacterial, self-healing and high mechanical strength.
Part of the project was aimed to accurately measure the strength of the metallurgical bond for modeling the stress distribution in these bimetallic components.
This indicates that the structure of the material has not changed due to the incorporation of Co metal Bimetallic catalyst correspondingly exhibits typical stretching bands of MCM-48 at 962 cm-1 and 1095 cm-1.
Bimetallic Pt-Bi catalysts selectively enhance the dehydrogenation reaction rate, thus offering the possibility of overcoming the problem of poisoning the electrode, such as Pt with the intermediate CO [1, 2].
A study published in the journal Science and Technology of Advanced Materials reviewed the latest research into the fabrication of Pd-Ru bimetallic nanomaterials.
Bimetallic, nitrided, ceramic, D-2 and CPM-10V applications are available.
Screws and barrels are made of nitrided steel, but special bimetallic or Stellite versions are available for processing filled materials.
The contributions that make up the volume are devoted to the rapid and clean biomimetic sythesis of bimetallic Au-Ag nanoparticles using an otherwise worthless and noxious weed, an unsupervised Gabor filter-bank method for characterization of CdTe and PbTe thin films, and a variety of other related subjects.
TEHRAN (FNA)- A team of researchers took a big step in the development of next-generation fuel cells and water-alkali electrolyzers with the discovery of a new class of bimetallic nanocatalysts that are an order of magnitude higher in activity than the target set by the US Department of Energy (DOE) for 2017.
The bimetallic treatments used on the chambers are the result of an inventive technique of covering the interior that is said to reduce wear and tear when using materials with high loads, such as glass fibres, calcium carbonate, talcum powder etc.
To discriminate the role of [M.sub.2nd] in improving the catalytic performances, it is crucial to determine the structure of the catalysts, specifically, the extent of bimetallic interaction.
The use of Cu and Ni as bimetallic catalysts supported on different semiconductor materials has been reported as the effective method to improve the efficiency of various reactions like carbon dioxide hydrogenation [9], steam reforming of methane [10], liquid-phase glycerol hydrogenolysis by formic acid over Ni-Cu/[Al.sub.2][O.sub.3] catalysts [11], decomposition of methane over Ni-Si[O.sub.2] and Ni-CuSi[O.sub.2] catalysts [12], photocatalytic reduction of nitrate [13], azo dye degradation using Cu-Zn/Ti[O.sub.2] [8], Ni/Ti[O.sub.2] [14] and Cu-Fe/Ti[O.sub.2] [15] for methyl orange degradation, and Cu/Ti[O.sub.2] for Orange II degradation [16].