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The electrolysis cell contains molten sodium chloride (melting point 801 C), to which calcium chloride has been added to lower the melting point to 600 C (a colligative effect). The passage of a direct current through the cell causes the sodium ions to migrate to the negatively charged hode and pick up electrons, reducing the ions to sodium metal.
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Nano-sized layered cadmium, magnesium and potassium–Mn oxides were synthesized and characterized by scanning electron microscopy, energy-dispersive X-ray mapping, transmission electron microscopy, X-ray diffraction spectroscopy, and atomic absorption spectroscopy. These oxides showed water oxidizing activity in the presence of cerium( iv ) ammonium nitrate as a non-oxo transfer oxidant. …
Department of Chemical Engineering, National Cheng Kung University, NCKU A. SCI (total publiion: 35, h-index: 16, updated on 18th August, 2015 based web of science) Selected Publiion (more see Lab page): C.-Y. Lin* and C.-T. Chang, "Iron oxide nanorods array in electrochemical detection of H2O2"Sens. Actuators B-Chem., 220 (2015) 695-704.
Recently, multivalent aqueous calcium-ion batteries (CIBs) have attracted considerable attention as a possible alternative to Li-ion batteries. However, traditional Ca-ion storage materials show either limited rate capabilities and poor cycle life or insufficient specific capacity. Here, we tackle these limitations by exploring materials having a large interlayer distance to achieve decent
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Metal oxides are metallic compounds, formed by oxidation of metals and form oxide anion. The oxidation nuer is -2 for oxygen making it oxide ion (O2-). Uranium, platinum, gold, silver, lithium, aluminum, zinc, sodium, calcium, mercury, and others are examples of metals that oxidize and form metal oxides.
Glass, an inorganic solid material that is usually transparent or translucent as well as hard, brittle, and impervious to the natural elements. Glass has been made into practical and decorative objects since ancient times, and it is still very important in appliions as disparate as building construction, housewares, and telecommuniions.
Iron (hydr)oxides precipitated in the presence of sulphate results in surface characteristics unique from pure ferrihydrite or more crystalline iron (hydr)oxides [106,107] which could alter sorption properties of trace metal contaminants as will be reviewed (Section 2.4
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Sodium metal, as lithium, has also a tendency to dendritic growth . This fact coupled to its relatively low melting point (approx. 98 C) makes it an even less safe anode. However, magnesium or calcium seem to be less prone to dendrite formation, potentially8–10
Calcium-rich glass-ceramics appears as good candidates to immobilize cadmium and lead because calcium has a large ionic radius and then calcium crystal sites are expected to host voluminous ions like those of Cd and Pb. Note that such Ca sites (in
Sulfur dioxide (also sulphur dioxide in British English) is the chemical compound with the formula S O 2.It is a toxic gas responsible for the smell of burnt matches.It is released naturally by volcanic activity and is produced as a by-product of copper extraction and the burning …
Therefore, when the main constituents of the cupel material are the oxides of calcium and phosphorus, one can reasonably assume that the cupel was made of pure bone ash. This was the case of a cupel from Pymont (France) analysed by Rehren and Eckstein (2002), where CaO and P 2 O 5 together accounted for almost 90 wt% of the original material of the cupel.
Calcium- Magnesium Balance The calcium and magnesium are so important that they are known as Twin Minerals. The ideal ratio of calcium and magnesium is 1:1. Both have opposite effects. For Example, if calcium contracts muscle, magnesium relaxes
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CAI (CALCIUM-ALUMINUM INCLUSION) – White, millimeter-sized objects found, often with chondrules, in the most primitive carbonaceous chondrites, notably CV and CO. They consist of high-temperature minerals, including silies and oxides of Ca, Al, and Ti.
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