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pH dependent sorption Fig nbsp xA Comparison of the fractional

The pHPZC for Filtrasorb 400 has been reported (Radovic et al., 2001) to be 6.4 (Zaini et al., 2009), 6.5 (Bjelopavlic et al., 1999), 7.1 (Huang and Smith, 1981), 7.2 (Al-Degs et al., 2000), 8.82 (Valdes et al., 2003), and 10.4 (Corapcioglu and Hu read more...



2 years ago

Given the previous results the recalcitrance

AcknowledgementsThis research was supported by TIC10 research grant from the Alberta Water Research read more...



2 years ago

Williamson ndash Hall analysis obtains a semi quantitative measurements

The X-ray diffractogram for the N powder BGC 20-761 given in Fig. 1. The metastable IQC phase has been formed with the α-Al. No intermetallic read more...



2 years ago

Fig nbsp xA Hotspot identification for SS

Fig. 5. Hotspot identification for SS2 of Baseline Scenario.Figure optionsDownload full-size imageDownload as PowerPoint slide
However, considering the share of the global impact due to SS2 for these two impact categories (17.5% for read more...



2 years ago

In the control test without any catalysts only around of

As the proportion of MWNTs in the composite further increased, the degradation efficiency gradually decreased. This could be due to that more MWNTs might block the pores of the composites and reduce the active sites of Bi2WO6. As a result, the pho read more...



2 years ago

Experimental details Porous Ba minus xSrxTiO

During the sintering, the graphite burned out and resulted CO2 was eliminated, while the places occupied initially by graphite platelets became int read more...



2 years ago

Both capacities measured with and xA mA xA g minus

10 as a comparison. In the stoichiometric series, the low-rate capacity first increases and then decreases while the HRD continues to drop as the Y-content increases. The initial increase in capacity is due to the increase in C15 phase, which may read more...