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Skeletal Ni catalysts were prepared from an amorphous Ni40Zr60 alloy (a-NiZr) by heating at various temperatures under vacuum, followed by the selective extraction of Zr moieties by an HF treatment. Each sample was characterized by various spectroscopic methods, and the catalytic performance was tested in the hydrogenation of 1-octene. The differences in(More)
In this study, we investigated compressive strength of various luting cements and composite resin cores in both dry and wet condition, and then influences of repeating load on compressive strength in wet condition of distilled water at 37 degrees C. As frequency of repeating load increased, compressive strength of all materials decreased. It means that the(More)
Skeletal Ni catalysts were prepared from Ni-Zr alloys, which possess different chemical composition and atomic arrangements, by a combination of thermal treatment and treatment with aqueous HF. Hydrogen generation from ammonia borane over the skeletal Ni catalysts proceeded efficiently, whereas the amorphous Ni-Zr alloy was inactive. Skeletal Ni prepared(More)
The purpose of this study was to search for an appropriate condition for shortening the treatment time of gypsum hardener, Plaster Aid. In order to keep the increased strength of plaster with this new hardener, compressive strength and dimensional change in various conditions of heating temperature, heating time and drying time were examined. The following(More)
Introduction Amorphous materials have no long-range order at the atomic length scale and show different properties as compared to typical crystalline materials. Among of them, amorphous alloys are in thermodynamically nonequilibrium, crystallized by heating and used as catalysts and catalyst precursors. Investigations on the relationships between their(More)
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