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Degradation of Structural Alloys in Molten LiCl-Li2O-Li
The necessity to curtail carbon emissions to limit anthropogenic climate change is at odds with the continued increase in energy demand caused by economic and population growth in the developing world. In order to ...
Vanadium Extraction and Recovery by Alkaline Heap Leaching of Mineralized Material from the Gibellini Project in Eureka County, Nevada
Vanadium is an important metal used in ferrous and non-ferrous alloys, industrial catalysts, pigments and dyes, and as a charge carrier in vanadium redox flow batteries. Demand for and price of vanadium have increased in ...
Nuclear Material Accountancy in High Temperature Molten Salt Using In Situ Raman Spectroscopy and Cyclic Voltammetry
As the world attempts to transition to more sustainable and environmentally friendly forms of energy, nuclear power has the potential to play a central role in meeting the growing energy needs of the planet. The security ...
Study of the Stability, Structure and Properties of Pseudo-morphically Transformed bcc Mg in Mg/X (X=Nb) Multilayered Nanocomposites
Magnesium has attracted attention worldwide because it is the lightest structural metal. However, a high strength-to-weight ratio remains its only attribute, since an intrinsic lack of strength, ductility and low melting ...
Enhancing adhesion of ceramic particles by deposition of polymer using supercritical CO2
Ceramic particles do not have good adhesion characteristics. Adhesion is usually improved by the introduction of binders on the surface of these particles. However, conventional methods to coat ceramic particles rely on ...