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Mechanochemical organic synthesis

15-May-2013 | Guan-Wu Wang, Chemical Society Reviews, 2013

Recently, mechanical milling using a mixer mill or planetary mill has been fruitfully utilized in organic synthesis under solvent-free conditions. This review article provides a comprehensive overview of various solvent-free mechanochemical organic reactions, including metal-mediated or ...

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Synthesis and magnetization studies of nanopowder Fe70Ni20Cr10 alloys prepared by high energy milling

08-Apr-2013 | Journal of Solid State Chemistry, 2013

May 2013 Publication year: 2013Source:Journal of Solid State Chemistry, Volume 201 Nanocrystalline Fe1−x−y Ni x Cr y (x=20, y=10% in Wt)) alloy samples were prepared by mechanical alloying process. Fe, Ni and Cr elemental powders have been ball milled in a planetary mill for various ...

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Spark plasma sintering of microwave processed nanocrystalline barium titanate and their characterisations

08-Apr-2013 | Materials Chemistry and Physics, 2013

15 May 2013 Publication year: 2013Source:Materials Chemistry and Physics, Volume 139, Issues 2–3 Nanocrystalline barium titanate (BT) was synthesized by the high-energy planetary mill assisted novel hybrid processing methodology. As-milled precursors were microwave calcined and ...

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Investigations on Indium and Zinc Leachabilities from Indium-Bearing Zinc Ferrite Improved by Planetary Ball Milling

08-Nov-2012 | J. H. Yao, X. H. Li, L. P. Pan, J. M. Mo, Z. P. Wen, Journal of Materials Engineering and Performance, 2012

In this work, a high-energy planetary mill was used to modify the chemical stability of indium-bearing zinc ferrite (indium-bearing ZnFe2O4, IBZF) and improve indium and zinc leachabilities. The microstructures, morphologies, and leaching characteristics of IBZF samples milled under different ...

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Mechanical Activation of CaO‐Based Adsorbents for CO2 Capture

06-Nov-2012 | Maryam Sayyah, Yongqi Lu, Richard I. Masel, Kenneth S. Suslick, ChemSusChem, 2012

Abstract The reversible cycling of CaO adsorbents to CaCO3 for high‐temperature CO2 capture is substantially improved by mechanical treatment. The mechanical milling intensity and conditions of grinding (e.g., wet vs. dry, planetary vs. vibratory milling) were determined to be the main factors ...

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Formation of carbon nanofibers on the basis of sphagnum moss

26-Oct-2012 | D. V. Onishchenko, V. P. Reva, Coke and Chemistry, 2012

The production of carbon nanofibers by the pyrolysis of sphagnum moss as a result of mechanochemical activation in a planetary mill is considered. The nanofibers are used to create a composite system consisting of carbon and tungsten nanoparticles, which may provide the basis for anodes in ...

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Effect of mechanical activation of Al(OH)3 on its reaction with Li2CO3

14-Aug-2012 | V. P. Isupov, N. V. Eremina, Inorganic Materials, 2012

The effect of preliminary mechanical activation of Al(OH)3 on its solid-state reaction with Li2CO3 at temperatures above 800°C has been studied by thermogravimetry, X-ray diffraction, in situ X-ray diffraction, electron microscopy, and specific surface area and particle size measurements. The ...

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Effects of mechanical properties of polymer on ceramic-polymer composite thick films fabricated by aerosol deposition

11-Aug-2012 | Oh-Yun Kwon, Hyun-Jun Na, Hyung-Jun Kim, Dong-Won Lee, Song-Min Nam, Nanoscale Research Letters, 2012

Abstract Two types of ceramic-polymer composite thick films were deposited on Cu substrates by an aerosol deposition process, and their properties were investigated to fabricate optimized ceramic-based polymer composite thick films for application onto integrated substrates with the advantage of ...

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Effect of the size factors on the heterophase interaction of exogenous refractory compound nanoparticles with sulfur in a model nickel melt

05-Jul-2012 | S. N. Anuchkin, V. T. Burtsev, A. V. Samokhin, I. A. Gvozdkov, Russian Metallurgy (Metally), 2012

The dependence of the degree of sulfur removal on the size factors is studied during the heterophase interaction of refractory compound nanoparticles in a nickel melt. These factors are the time of holding of Al2O3 and TiN nanoparticles in a liquid metal (2–10 min), the size and number of Al2O3 ...

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Optimization of the Wet Mechanochemical Process Conditions of SrSO4 to SrCO3 and (NH4)2SO4 by Using Response Surface Methodology

12-Jun-2012 | Deniz Bingöl, Salih Aydoğan, Seda Karayünlü Bozbaş, Metallurgical and Materials Transactions B, 2012

The wet mechanochemical process was optimized for insoluble SrCO3 and soluble (NH4)2SO4 formation from celestite (SrSO4)-(NH4)2CO3-H2O mixtures in a planetary ball mill by Box-Behnken design (BBD). The products formed during wet milling were analyzed with scanning electron microscopy (SEM), X-ray ...

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