Abstract:Purification of crude glycerol is essential for its applications for high-value products. In this study, crude glycerol was purified by acidification using
Abstract:Transport of suspensions of ultrafine and colloidal particles through porous structures is a common occurrence. Often, of interest is how far the particles would
Abstract:Anodic oxidation was employed to modify the surface of Commercially– Pure Titanium (C.P–Ti) substrate by nanostructure titanium oxide coating. C.P–TiASTM grade
Abstract: Biofuel, the alternative energy, aims to greatly reduce the carbon emissions on earth. Cellulosic ethanol is expected to replace the first generation biofuel made by agriculture crops,
Abstract: This work deals with the preparation of low-cost activated carbon from selected agricultural waste materials, by chemical activation with orthophosphoric acid.
Abstract: In this study, a sulfonated group (-SO3H) rich carbon-based solid acid microspheric material was prepared by hydrothermal method followed by sulfonation using
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Abstract In the present study, nano-sized zinc phosphate (ZP) powders were prepared using conventional (NUS) and sonochemically assisted (US) precipitation method, using zinc chloride and potassium dihydrogen phosphate as precursors and 25% of ammonia solution