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Materials, Vol. 10, Pages 305: Process Parameter Optimization of Extrusion-Based 3D Metal Printing Utilizing PW–LDPE–SA Binder System

16-Mar-2017 | Ren, Luquan ; Zhou, Xueli ; Song, Zhengyi ; Zhao, Che ; Liu, Qingping ; Xue, Jingze ; Li, Xiujuan, Materials, 2017

Recently, with a broadening range of available materials and alteration of feeding processes, several extrusion-based 3D printing processes for metal materials have been developed. An emerging process is applicable for the fabrication of metal parts into electronics and composites. In this paper, ...

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Efficient Sensitivity Reducing and Hygroscopicity Preventing of Ultra‐fine Ammonium Perchlorate for High Burning‐rate Propellants

20-Feb-2017 | Zhijian Yang, Feiyan Gong, Ling Ding, Yubin Li, Guangcheng Yang, Fude Nie, Propellants, Explosives, Pyrotechnics, 2017

Abstract In this research, several inert materials, including some functional carbon materials, paraffin wax and the well‐known insensitive energetic material 1,3,5‐triamino‐2,4,6‐trinitrobenzene (TATB) were selected to reduce the undesirable high sensitivity and hygroscopicity of ultra‐fine ...

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Preparation of Micro Fibrillated Cellulose Based on Arenga Pinnata “Ijuk” Fibre for Nucleating Agent of Polypropylene: Characterization, Optimization and Feasibility Study

17-Feb-2017 | Evana Yuanita, Juniko Nur Pratama, Mochamad Chalid, Macromolecular Symposia, 2017

Summary The applications of micro fibrillated cellulose (MFC) are growing rapidly due to their environment benefit. In the present experiment, MFC from “Ijuk” fibre by chemical method was got. MFC was extracted from the fibre using multistage process, alkaline treatment for the removal of ...

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Melted Paraffin Wax as an Innovative Liquid and Solid Extractant for Elemental Analysis by Laser-Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy

16-Feb-2017 | Rodrigo Papai; Roseli Hiromi Sato; Lidiane Cristina Nunes; Francisco José Krug; Ivanise Gaubeur, Analytical Chemistry, 2017

This work proposes a new development in the use of melted paraffin wax as a new extractant in a procedure designed to aggregate the advantages of liquid phase extraction (extract homogeneity, fast, and efficient transfer, low cost and simplicity) to solid phase extraction. As proof of concept, ...

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Energies, Vol. 10, Pages 219: Thermal Analysis of a Thermal Energy Storage Unit to Enhance a Workshop Heating System Driven by Industrial Residual Water

14-Feb-2017 | Sun, Wenqiang ; Zhao, Zuquan ; Wang, Yanhui, Energies, 2017

Various energy sources can be used for room heating, among which waste heat utilization has significantly improved in recent years. However, the majority of applicable waste heat resources are high-grade or stable thermal energy, while the low-grade or unstable waste heat resources, especially ...

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Effects of early diagenesis on molecular distributions and carbon isotopic compositions of leaf wax long chain biomarker n-alkanes: Comparison of two one-year-long burial experiments

04-Dec-2016 | Author(s): Rencheng Li, Jun Fan, Jiantao Xue, Philip A. Meyers, Organic Geochemistry, 2016

Publication date: Available online 2 December 2016 Source:Organic Geochemistry Author(s): Rencheng Li, Jun Fan, Jiantao Xue, Philip A. Meyers Two burial experiments were performed to compare and contrast the effects of degradation and early diagenesis on the molecular distributions ...

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[Editors' Choice] Sourcing hydrogen directly from wax

04-Nov-2016 | Jake Yeston, Science , 2016

Chemistry Hydrogen is an appealing fuel because of the energy released in its reaction with oxygen and the nearly ideal safety profile of the sole product, water. The challenge lies in transporting and storing the hydrogen before its use. Gonzalez-Cortes et al. now show that simple paraffin wax ...

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A Novel Photoelectric Conversion Yarn by Integrating Photomechanical Actuation and the Electrostatic Effect

10-Oct-2016 | Xinghai Yu, Jian Pan, Jue Deng, Jun Zhou, Xuemei Sun, Huisheng Peng, Advanced Materials, 2016

A novel photoelectric conversion device in a yarn type is created by assembling an aligned carbon‐nanotube fiber coated with poly(tetrafluoroethylene) and an aligned carbon‐nanotube sheet/paraffin wax/polyimide bilayer composite strip together. A high output voltage is achieved with high ...

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The Identification and Quantification of Suberin Monomers of Root and Tuber Periderm from Potato (Solanum tuberosum) as Fatty Acyl tert‐Butyldimethylsilyl Derivatives

30-Sep-2016 | Dolors Company‐Arumí, Mercè Figueras, Victoria Salvadó, Marisa Molinas, Olga Serra, Enriqueta Anticó, Phytochemical Analysis, 2016

Abstract Introduction Protective plant lipophilic barriers such as suberin and cutin, with their associated waxes, are complex fatty acyl derived polyesters. Their precise chemical composition is valuable to understand the specific role of each compound to the physiological function of the ...

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Statistical Analysis of the Photodegradation of Imazethapyr on the Surface of Extracted Soybean (Glycine max) and Corn (Zea mays) Epicuticular Waxes

22-Sep-2016 | Scott C Anderson; Amy Christiansen; Alexa Peterson; Logan Beukelman; Amanda Nienow, Journal of Environmental Monitoring, 2016

The photodegradation rate of the herbicide imazethapyr on epicuticular waxes of soybean and corn plants was investigated. Plant age, relative humidity, temperature, and number of light banks were varied during plant growth, analyzed statistically, and examined to determine if these factors had an ...

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