molybdate


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Related to molybdate: Ammonium molybdate, Sodium molybdate

molybdate

[mə′lib‚dät]
(inorganic chemistry)
A salt derived from a molybdic acid.
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The as-prepared nano-metallic Pd was added to the solution containing the ammonium m-vanadate solution followed by the ammonium molybdate, titania and niobium oxalate solutions, as mentioned before.
Effects of molybdate on sulfate reduction and benzoate degradation.
Abstract ZnAl layered double hydroxide (LDH) host films have been synthesized on aluminum alloy 2024 substrate via a facile crystallization method, and then intercalated with different corrosion inhibitor anions (vanadate, molybdate, and 2-mercaptobenzothiazolate).
Reagents: 4 % ammonium molybdate solution and 0,03 % hydrogen peroxide solution.
Taufkirchen Germany) while sodium molybdate was purchased from Fluka (Buchs Switzerland).
Therefore, the researchers have tried in this research to improve properties of supercapacitors made of nickel molybdate such as capacity, power and cyclic life by using very regular nanoporous structures.
034 mM (Mo-blue h)-1 and the concentration of molybdate resulting in the half-maximal rate of reduction (KMo) was 21.
The buckypaper was impregnated into these molybdate solution over night, and dry naturally.
In order to overcome these difficulties, it is worthwhile to grow some new RE molybdate crystals by other simple techniques.
However, borate and molybdate minerals, which are relatively rare even today, are unlikely to have occurred on the Hadean Earth and call into question origin models that rely on those mineral groups.
Plasma phosphorus is quantified through reaction with ammonium molybdate to form a colored phosphomolybdate complex (3).
Replacing molybdates, where possible, will remain a top priority as molybdate prices remain comparatively high, and some concerns about their environmental impact have arisen.