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  • Alumina
    Alumina or aluminum oxide (Al2O3) is a compound that consists of aluminum and oxygen. It is typically used in the alpha alumina structural form. In its pure form, alumina is a white ceramic material with high hardness. Fully dense alumina can be translucent. Alumina is used widely because of its
  • Electrical Insulators and Dielectric Materials
    in order to have sufficient resistance to thermal shock. The porosity must be very low. The surface vitrification must be perfect to avoid water absorption and improve mechanical resistance. The most commonly used materials are porcelains, mainly ternary compounds (Al2O3-SiO2-MgO). Such insulators
  • Plasma Modified Nickel Catalysts for Biomass Conversion (.pdf)
    the. dispersion of these catalysts [1]. Plasma modification of a Ni /Al2O3/CeO sample was. performed in a microreactor based on the Hiden CATLAB. The reactor was constructed to allow a catalyst to be. heated under controllable temperature and gas flow. conditions. A schematic is shown in Figure 1
  • Structural Applications
     ZN40 advanced ceramics. Extraordinary fracture toughness. High wear resistance. High corrosion resistance. Low thermal conductivity. A coefficient of expansion similar to steel. Ideally suited for copper and aluminum wire drawing. SEM image of alumina B601. Alumina (Al2O3) is one of the most
  • Cement Raw Meal Analysis by the Pressed Powder Method on Benchtop WDXRF Supermini200
    spectrometer for rapid. quantitative elemental analysis of cement raw meal. 1. XRF 5040. Sample preparation. The pressed powder method is the most common. SiO2. Al2O3. sample preparation technique in XRF because it does. not require an expensive flux, fusion machine, or. highly-trained operators
  • Plasma Modification of Catalysts Using a Dielectric Barrier Discharge (.pdf)
    performed using 1% Pd/Al2O3 catalyst. The test reaction used was the oxidation of CO to form CO2. Plasma modified catalysts were also investigated using a test catalyst of Ni/MgO. The Ni/MgO was held in the plasma. reactor under a flow of He for 1 hr. Subsequently the Ni sample was characterised using
  • Reaction Studies of a Combined Plasma Catalyst Reactor (.pdf)
    metallic electrode. wrapped around the quartz tube and connected to ground. The tungsten electrode is connected to the open-. circuit end of the secondary winding of a high voltage transformer operated at 50kHz [4]. Reactions were performed using 1% Pd/Al2O3 catalyst. The test reaction used