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56 Newest Publications about the topic inorganics

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Sustainability, Vol. 10, Pages 2193: Life Cycle Environmental Impact of Biomass Co-Firing with Coal at a Power Plant in the Greater Houston Area

27-Jun-2018 | Kommalapati, Raghava Rao; Hossan, Iqbal ; Botlaguduru, Venkata Sai Vamsi; Du, Hongbo ; Huque, Ziaul, Sustainability, 2018

Sustainability, Vol. 10, Pages 2193: Life Cycle Environmental Impact of Biomass Co-Firing with Coal at a Power Plant in the Greater Houston Area Sustainability doi: 10.3390/su10072193 Authors: Raghava Rao Kommalapati Iqbal Hossan Venkata Sai Vamsi Botlaguduru Hongbo Du Ziaul ...

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Circularly Polarized Luminescence Appeared from Complete Inorganic Materials Encapsulating Guest Lanthanide Oxides in Host Chiral Silica

17-Jan-2018 | Ren-Hua Jin, Chemistry - A European Journal, 2018

Recently, circularly polarized luminescence (CPL)‐active systems have become a very hot and interesting subject in chirality‐ and optics‐related areas. The CPL‐active systems are usually available by two approaches: combining covalently a luminescent centre to chiral motif or associating the ...

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Effects of Typical Inorganics on the Emission Behavior of PM10 during Combustion of Ash-Removed Coals Loaded with Sodium and Quartz

07-Jul-2017 | Chang Wen; Wenyu Wang; Penghui Zhang; Xiangpeng Gao; Dunxi Yu; Changkang Li; Minghou Xu, Energy & Fuels, 2017

To examine the real effects of typical inorganics on the emission behavior of PM10 during coal combustion and explore the interactions between the typical vaporized and refractory inorganics, Na-, Si-, and (Na+Si)-loaded coals prepared from the ash-removed PDS bituminous coal and ZD subbituminous ...

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New horizons in sputter depth profiling inorganics with giant gas cluster sources: Niobium oxide thin films

06-Jul-2017 | Ashley A. Ellsworth, Christopher N. Young, William F. Stickle, Amy V. Walker, Surface and Interface Analysis, 2017

X‐ray photoelectron spectroscopy is used to study a wide variety of material systems as a function of depth (“depth profiling”). Historically, Ar+ has been the primary ion of choice, but even at low kinetic energies, Ar+ ion beams can damage materials by creating, for example, nonstoichiometric ...

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Endeavor of Iontronics: From Fundamentals to Applications of Ion‐Controlled Electronics

05-Jun-2017 | Satria Zulkarnaen Bisri, Sunao Shimizu, Masaki Nakano, Yoshihiro Iwasa, Advanced Materials, 2017

Iontronics is a newly emerging interdisciplinary concept which bridges electronics and ionics, covering electrochemistry, solid‐state physics, electronic engineering, and biological sciences. The recent developments of electronic devices are highlighted, based on electric double layers formed at ...

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Rapid Detection of Ash and Inorganics in Bioenergy Feedstocks Using Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy Coupled with Partial Least-Squares Regression

10-May-2017 | Charles W. Edmunds; Choo Hamilton; Keonhee Kim; Nicolas André; Nicole Labbé, Energy & Fuels, 2017

The rapid determination of ash and inorganic elements in biomass is critical for feedstock screening for thermochemical conversion processes. In this study, 225 lignocellulosic biomass samples composed of switchgrass and hybrid poplar (wood and bark fractions and wood/bark blends) were used to ...

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Functional Nanoparticles: Degradability and Clearance of Silicon, Organosilica, Silsesquioxane, Silica Mixed Oxide, and Mesoporous Silica Nanoparticles (Adv. Mater. 9/2017)

01-Mar-2017 | Jonas G. Croissant, Yevhen Fatieiev, Niveen M. Khashab, Advanced Materials, 2017

The degradability and clearance of siliceous nanomaterials have been questioned worldwide since they are crucial prerequisites for successful translation in the clinic. In article number 1604634, Niveen M. Khashab and co‐workers summarize the degradability and clearance of silicon and ...

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Influence of Heterogeneous Secondary Reactions during Slow Pyrolysis on Char Oxidation Reactivity of Woody Biomass

31-Jan-2017 | Andrés Anca-Couce; Alba Dieguez-Alonso; Nico Zobel; Anka Berger; Norbert Kienzl; Frank Behrendt, Energy & Fuels, 2017

The influence of heterogeneous secondary reactions on char oxidation reactivity, which can take place during slow pyrolysis processes in a woody biomass particle, is analyzed in this study. To this end, the oxidative behavior of primary char produced in a thermobalance with initial wood masses of ...

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Selectivity Enhancement in Heterogeneous Photocatalytic Transformations

17-Jan-2017 | Jiahui Kou; Chunhua Lu; Jian Wang; Yukai Chen; Zhongzi Xu; Rajender S. Varma, Chemical Reviews, 2017

Photocatalysis has been invariably considered as an unselective process (especially in water) for a fairly long period of time, and the investigation on selective photocatalysis has been largely neglected. In recent years, the field of selective photocatalysis is developing rapidly and now ...

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Characteristics of Particles in Pyrolysis Oil

05-Oct-2016 | Roger Molinder; Linda Sandström; Henrik Wiinikka, Energy & Fuels, 2016

Particles filtered out of pyrolysis oil produced through fast pyrolysis of stem wood, willow, reed canary grass, bark, and forest residue were characterized using scanning electron microscopy and energy-dispersive spectroscopy with the aim of identifying particle categories and discussing ...

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