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One-Step Synthesis of Calcium Hydroxyapatite from Calcium Carbonate and Orthophosphoric Acid under Moderate Conditions
Calcium hydroxyapatite (Ca–HA) is a versatile material which can be used in several applications. This study aimed to investigate the one-step synthesis of Ca–HA using solely calcium carbonate as-is
Hydroxyapatite starting from calcium carbonate and orthophosphoric acid: synthesis, characterization, and applications
Hydroxyapatite [Ca10(PO4)6(OH)2], Ca-HA, is the emblematic mineral phase of bones, and is known for its complexity and difficult to reproduce chemical synthesis. Among the routes developed for
Synthesis of carbon nanotubes/hydroxyapatite composites using catalytic methane cracking
Carbon nanotubes/hydroxyapatite composites (CNTs/Ca-HA) have been synthesized using catalytic methane cracking. This composite combines the advantageous properties of carbon nanotubes and
TiO2-supported gold catalysts in the catalytic wet air oxidation of succinic acid: influence of the preparation, the storage and the pre-treatment conditions
Titania-supported gold catalysts were prepared via the so-called deposition–precipitation method, using either urea or ammonia as the precipitation agent and evaluated in the catalytic wet air
Catalytic Wet Oxidation of Wastewater from Pulping Industry Using Solid Waste Containing Iron Oxides
The pulping industry generates great quantities of wastewaters (WW), where a small amount of black liquor accounts for more than 90% of its entire manufacturing process load in organics. Treatment of