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  • The Cure for Some Common Electrode Bonding Problems
    copper tungsten electrode, in a ratio of say, 30% copper and 70% tungsten, providing the best of both materials - that is, the outstanding stability and strength of tungsten at high temperatures, and the great thermal and electric conductivity of copper . . . even then, things can go wrong.
  • Bromide Analysis in Water
    The following analysis is valid for bromide levels as low as 0.5 ppm. Check the deionized water used in reagent preparation. The specific conductivity should be no greater than 2.0 uSCM-1 (5 Mohms). Sample solutions should be free of iodide and sulfide ions. Equipment: Meter: pH/Millivolt meter
  • Repetitive Pulse Application of Self-Healing High Voltage Capacitors (.pdf)
    are generally not of the self-healing type due to the higher energy losses and poorer thermal conductivity of metallized electrode capacitors. This results in large thermal gradients and overheating. Instead, such capacitors are still manufactured using discrete foil electrodes, which provide
  • Advances in pH Measurement in High-Temperature Biotech Processes
    By CD Feng, Emerson Process Management, Rosemount Analytical Liquid pH is one of the most important parameters of cell-culture and fermentation processing in the biotech industry. Yet pH measurement in various industrial processes still heavily relies upon century-old pH glass electrode technology
  • U.S. and International Fuel Cell Patents | May 2007 | FCT |
    . Graff, and Alan Jankowski, The Regents of the University of California. U.S. 7,186,358 (20070306), Polymer dopants, Iain McCulloch, Martin Heeney, Mark Giles, Maxim Shkunov, Steven Tierney, and Clare Bailey, Merck Patent Gesellschaft (DE). U.S. 7,186,368 (20070306), Method for producing an electrode
  • U.S. Patents | May 2007 | A B T |
    7,186,368 (20070306), Method for producing an electrode that has a temperature-stabilized conductivity, Dimitrios Simwonis, Frank Tietz, and Hans-Peter Buchkremer, Forschungszentrum J ulich GmbH (DE). U.S. 7,186,396 (20070306), Method for hydrogen storage and delivery, Buddy D. Ratner and Esmaeel

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