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Degradation effect of LiOH/F solution on ZrOb2s

Yin M. Wong

Degradation effect of LiOH/F solution on ZrOb2s

by Yin M. Wong

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Published by National Library of Canada = Bibliothèque nationale du Canada in Ottawa .
Written in English


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SeriesCanadian theses = Thèses canadiennes
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination1 microfiche.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18761006M
ISBN 100612288757
OCLC/WorldCa46576758

  Although methanol synthesis via CO hydrogenation has been industrialized, CO2 hydrogenation to methanol still confronts great obstacles of low methanol selectivity and poor stability, particularly for supported metal catalysts under industrial conditions. We report a binary metal oxide, ZnO-ZrO2 solid solution catalyst, which can achieve methanol selectivity of up to 86 to 91% with Cited by: The thermal decomposition of lithium hydroxide to produce oxide lithium and water. This reaction takes place at a temperature of °C in a hydrogene atmosphere.

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Degradation effect of LiOH/F solution on ZrOb2s by Yin M. Wong Download PDF EPUB FB2

An initial delay of s was set to ensure a stable testing system before undertaking the experiments. The samples were exposed to mol L −1 LiOH (pH = ) corrosive solution and the exposed area of was cm 2.

The three-electrode cell test system was composed of a reference electrode (a saturated calomel electrode, SCE), a counter Cited by: 9. To understand the effect of the concentration of LiOH aqueous solution on the phase transformation from t-ZrO 2 to m-ZrO 2, the oxide crystal structure of Zircaloy-4 exposed in different media and the profile of Li +, OH − and H + in the oxide film were investigated in this by: According to the electrochemical impedance spectroscopy of the two samples immersed in LiOH solution for different time periods, the coating formed in phosphate solution is able to protect the substrate alloy from corrosion for 30 days, while the coating formed in silicate can provide sufficient protection to the substrate up to 50 days.

Degradation mechanism of LiCoO 2 in aqueous lithium-ion batteries Hyunjeong Oh a, Moony Na a, Keisuke Yamanaka b, Toshiaki Ohta*,b, Hye Ryung Byon*,a a Department of Chemistry, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) and Advanced Battery Center, NanoCentury, KAIST Institute, Daehak-ro, Yuseong-gu.

LiOH slightly retards the steam oxidation of Zry, while the mixture of LiOH and H 3 BO 3 gives negligible effect on the oxidation.

All three specimens (Zry, LiOH on Zry, mixture of LiOH and H 3 BO 3 on Zry) identically prepared as those used in the continuous method, were simultaneously oxidized in steam to eliminate possible errors during the by: 3. Effect of LiOH concentration change on simultaneous preparation of LiCoO2 film and powder by hydrothermal method.

Effect of LiOH concentration change on simultaneous preparation of LiCoO. film and powder by hydrothermal method. Author links open overlay by: Based on above the results, the difference between the degradation effects of LiOH and KOH solutions on the corrosion resistance of Zircaloy-4 is discussed.

Read more Article. The degradation behavior of the tetragonal zirconia stabilized by 3 mol% Y2O3 was investigated at low temperatures of 90–°C in water and LiOH solution with and ppm Li, respectively. Literature data for the solubility of anhydrous lithium hydroxide and lithium hydroxide monohydrate in pure water have been compiled and critically evaluated.

The selected data have been represented by empirical temperature−molality expressions from which the coordinates of the eutectic and of the peritectic have been calculated. The phase diagram of the LiOH + H2O system is by: DEGRADATION OF AQUEOUS OZONE S. Mandavgane and EFFECT OF pH OF THE MEDIUM ON DEGRADATION OF AQUEOUS OZONE Susmita A.

Mandavgane 1,* and M. Yenkie 2 1Department of Chemistry, Sindhu Mahavidyalaya, Nagpur – (India). The mass loss exceeds mg/cm² in M H2SO4 solution, and rapider than that in another solutions.

With increase of ambient temperature, the corrosion resistance decreases in all solutions. The degradation of p -hydroxybenzoic acid (HBA) in aqueous solutions by ionizing radiation was studied.

The phenolic pollutant was easily removed by the electron beam irradiation, as more than 80% of the initial µM introduced was degraded for a dose of by:   Identifying the electronic factors that enhance or hinder the formation of primary discharge/charge products or secondary parasitic species is crucial for defining the fundamental chemical reactions that may take place within the complex electrolytic media of a lithium–air battery.

For example, several reaction mechanisms have been proposed to explain the formation of the LiOH discharge Cited by: 8.

This paper reports the solubility of zirconium dioxide in 10−4mol⋅kg−1 LiOH solution, determined between and K, using a static autoclave. No effect of boric acid was detected on the development of porosity by local oxide dissolution in M LiOH solution.

Pore depths and frequencies were similar for LiOH solutions with and without. TiB2/ZrO2 multilayers with different modulation ratios (at a fixed modulation period of 50 nm) ranging from to were deposited by magnetron sputtering. The oxidation behavior of the as-deposited multilayers was investigated at °C in air.

The microstructures, mechanical properties, and oxidation resistance of the multilayers were analyzed and : Dong Mao, Yang Xu, Lei Dong, Jie Wu, Mengli Zhao, Dejun Li. Lithium-ion batteries (LIBs) are currently one of the most important electrochemical energy storage devices, powering electronic mobile devices and electric vehicles alike.

However, there is a remarkable difference between their rate of production and rate of recycling. At the end of their lifecycle, only a limited number of LIBs undergo any recycling treatment, with the majority go to Cited by: 2. This paper summarizes specific features of supercritical hydrothermal synthesis of metal oxide particles.

Supercritical water allows control of the crystal phase, morphology, and particle size since the solvent's properties, such as density of water, can be varied with temperature and pressure, both of which can affect the supersaturation and by: During a program to elucidate the mechanisms by which LiOH accelerates the corrosion of zirconium alloys and boric acid inhibits this effect, specimens were exposed to, and M LiOH solutions at C ( K) or C ( K) with and without the addition of boric acid.

The effect of the ZrO 2 loading was studied on spherical SiO 2 @ZrO 2-CaO structures synthetized by a simple route that combines the Stöber and sol-gel texture of these materials was determined using S BET by N 2 adsorption, where the increment in SiO 2 spheres’ surface areas was reached with the incorporation of ZrO ed the characterization techniques of using different Author: Daniela Salinas, Sichem Guerrero, Cristian H.

Campos, Tatiana M. Bustamante, Gina Pecchi. A spinning disk reactor (SDR) was used in this research to prepare Li 2 CO 3 by gas‐liquid reactive crystallization of LiOH and CO was found that the end pH value of the above reaction should be controlled within the range of ‐ to obtain a high yield of Li 2 CO effects of operational parameters (including the temperature, the concentration of LiOH solution, the rotation Cited by: THE EFFECT OF WATER VAPOR ON THE LiOH-CO2 REACTION PART I - DYNAMIC ISOTHERMAL SYSTEM INTRODUCTION Over the years, research on carbon dioxide (C0 2) removal by solid absorbents such as lithium hydroxide (LiOH) and soda lime has been more or less limited to solving problems of the Size: KB.ZrO2 films were in situ prepared using the anodic passivation of a ZrB2 ceramic in alkaline solutions.

The composition and structure of the films were characterized using field-emission scanning electron microscopy (FE-SEM), Raman spectroscopy, and X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS).

The corrosion resistances were evaluated in M oxalate solution using the potentiodynamic polarization Cited by: 1.