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Bioreduction and biocrystallization of palladium by Desulfovibrio desulfuricans NCIMB 8307
The reduction of Pd(II) to Pd(0) was accelerated by using the sulfate‐reducing bacterium Desulfovibrio desulfuricans NCIMB 8307 at the expense of formate or H2 as electron donors at pH 2–7. WithExpand
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Hydrogen adsorption in zeolites a, x, y and rho
Abstract We have investigated the use of zeolites as potential hydrogen storage materials. The zeolites A, X, Y and RHO, which encompass a range of different pore geometries and compositions, wereExpand
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Magnets in prosthetic dentistry.
Magnetic retention is a popular method of attaching removable prostheses to either retained roots or osseointegrated implants. This review chronicles the development of magnets in dentistry andExpand
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Hydrogen storage in ion-exchanged zeolites
Abstract The hydrogen storage properties of zeolites X, Y, A and Rho containing various exchangeable cations have been investigated. All hydrogen storage capacities were measured at a temperature ofExpand
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Possible methods of recycling NdFeB-type sintered magnets using the HD/degassing process
Abstract With the rapid growth in the use of NdFeB-type magnets and with the growing environmental need to conserve both energy and raw materials, the recycling of these magnets is becoming an everExpand
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Constitutional and structural studies of the intermetallic phase, ZrCu
Constitutional and structural studies have been carried out on the equiatomic percent alloy ZrCu, using magnetic susceptibility measurements, metallography and X-ray diffraction. The high-temperatureExpand
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Improved HDDR processing route for production of anisotropic powder from sintered NdFeB type magnets
Abstract The hydrogenation disproportionation desorption recombination (HDDR) process has been investigated as a possible means of producing bonded magnets from used NdFeB-type sintered magnets withExpand
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The potential of hydrogen in permanent magnet production
Abstract In this article, the application of the hydrogen decrepitation (HD) process to the production of rare earth containing permanent magnets is discussed. It is shown that the HD process can beExpand
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Palladium recovery by immobilized cells of Desulfovibrio desulfuricans using hydrogen as the electron donor in a novel electrobioreactor
Desulfovibrio desulfuricans reduces Pd(II) to Pd(0) at the expense of H2. Mass transfer limits the rate under hydrogen in a static solution, while a bubble reactor was inefficient due to loss of H2.Expand
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The use of hydrogen to separate and recycle neodymium–iron–boron-type magnets from electronic waste
The rare earth metals have been identified by the European Union and the United States as being at greatest supply risk of all the materials for clean energy technologies. Of particular concern areExpand
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