noble metal

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any metal that is resistant to corrosion or oxidation

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Figure 3e-g confirmed the successful introduction of metal NPs into the membrane pores by adsorbing and then reducing noble metal ions with reductants.
The Raw Materials Group database includes data on the mines of 20 metals, which are classified into three major groups: base metals (copper, zinc, tin, and lead), noble metals (gold and silver), and rare metals (antimony, chromite, cobalt, diamond, manganese, molybdenum, nickel, niobium, palladium, platinum, rhodium, tungsten, uranium, and vanadium).
20), while base metal did not show any particular tendency toward a specific failure location of a mixed failure for noble metals.
The most often reported NSR catalysts derived from hydrolatcites are noble metal catalysts loaded on Mg(Al)O.
Since the studies on casting dental structures on Ti implants have been mainly focused on noble metal alloys and on those containing non-precious metals such as Co-Cr, there are few reports available on the behavior of structures overcasted with Ni-Cr using Ti prefabricated abutments as an alternative to the manufacturing of suprastructures for dental implants.
Noble metal nanoparticles' application in drinking water purification or detection of heavy metal's presence has become an interesting aspect of it.
Nocera noted that all of these materials are abundant on Earth, unlike the rare and expensive platinum, noble metal oxides and semiconducting materials others have used.
The Bactiguard technology consists of an extremely thin noble metal coating, with antimicrobial and biocompatible properties that can be used on all sorts of medical devices.
The company's temperature laboratory uses a range of reference platinum resistance thermometers, noble metal thermocouples, stirred liquid baths, specially designed isothermal calibration furnaces and black body sources to provide a comprehensive facility for cost effective thermometer calibration or temperature probe calibration over the range -80 deg C to 1,200 deg C.
Catalysts reviewed for formaldehyde removal as reported in the literature are mainly transition metal oxide and noble metal doped on a substrate, which was metal oxide in many cases.
Noble metal compounds of gold and platinum as well as mercury compounds and alloys have been used in numerous medical and dental applications.
Individual chapters for each metal discuss approaches to the synthesis and characterization of spherical and anisotropic copper, silver, gold, palladium, platinum, and noble metal nanomaterials.
Dissimilar metals do not cause problems when the wetted surface area of the more noble metal (cathode) is small relative to the wetted surface area of the less noble metal (anode).
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