platinum metal


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platinum metal

[′plat·ən·əm ′med·əl]
(chemistry)
A group of transition metals that includes ruthenium, osmium, rhodium, iridium, palladium, and platinum.
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Commission Directive 91/322/EEC sets an indicative limit value for the occupational exposure to platinum metal at 1 mg/[m.sup.3] [47].
On his return, he has initiated a feasibility analysis in collaboration with Hyundai Motors Group for the development of novel electro catalyst with ultra-low Platinum metal loading for fuel cell vehicles to mainly lower down the cost of Fuel Cell technology by developing cheap catalyst This exchange program has forged an important research collaboration between ASU and NUST that will cultivate a stronger research culture among Pakistan's academics and assist university faculty to execute applied research projects.
Available in gorgeous golden or platinum metal finish, this sleek new product is designed to complement the looks of stylish computers, tablets and phones.
Scrap of platinum metals and alloys (mainly scrap of glass-making equipment, spinneret feeders and chemical utensils) contains significant amount of glass and a number of metal impurities.
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CDT said the testing techniques revealed that most of the platinum emission was in a form consistent with it being platinum metal and oxide, which are generally regarded as non-allergenic, while the remainder -- less than one percent of the platinum emitted -- could be water dissolvable with some anionic character, as determined by ion exchange separations, which is the portion where any potential allergenic forms would be found.
In some cases, the 9850 deposits platinum metal interconnect lines between trenches.
Most ORP probes are susceptible to fouling because the electrode sensing surfaces are made of platinum metal, which can become coated with contaminants from sweat, lotions and other body oils.
(g) First observation of the strong adsorption of gases by platinum metal. (h) Development of several new techniques for concentrating magnetite ores by magnetic separation.
In fact, tantalum is often used as an economical substitute in applications normally requiring platinum metal. Tantalum is not readily attacked by chemicals and forms an oxide film on its surface.
Kiriyenko signed a resolution on platinum metal exports in the middle of April, but the exports cannot begin until further documents have been drafted by the relevant ministries and departments.