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Carbon Dioxide Reduction on Gadolinia-Doped Ceria Cathodes
Abstract AC impedance spectroscopy has been performed on 40 mol% gadolinia-doped ceria electrodes on yttria stabilized zirconia (YSZ) at 700–950 °C in reducing CO/CO2 atmospheres.Expand
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A Subcritical, Gas-Cooled Fast Transmutation Reactor with a Fusion Neutron Source
A design is presented for a subcritical, He-cooled fast reactor, driven by a tokamak D-T fusion neutron source, for the transmutation of spent nuclear fuel (SNF). The reactor is fueled with coatedExpand
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Multi-scale kinetics of a field-directed colloidal phase transition
Polarizable colloids are expected to form crystalline equilibrium phases when exposed to a steady, uniform field. However, when colloids become localized this field-induced phase transition arrestsExpand
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Proton magnetic resonance studies of hydrogen bonding of formamide with bromide ion in solution. The non-equivalence of the amide hydrogens
The proton magnetic resonance spectrum of a dilute solution of formamide —15N in CH3CN at 15 °C undergoes definite changes as bromide ion in the form of (C4H9)4NBr is added. The two amide resonancesExpand
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Generalized electrical conductivity relaxation approach to determine electrochemical kinetic properties for MIECs
Abstract Electrical conductivity relaxation (ECR) technique has been widely used to determine kinetic properties of mixed ionic and electronic conductors (MIECs). However, this technique is onlyExpand
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Space Station Freedom electrical performance model
The baseline Space Station Freedom electric power system (EPS) employs photovoltaic (PV) arrays and nickel hydrogen (NiH2) batteries to supply power to housekeeping and user electrical loads via aExpand
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System performance predictions for Space Station Freedom's electric power system
Space Station Freedom Electric Power System (EPS) capability to effectively deliver power to housekeeping and user loads continues to strongly influence Freedom's design and planned approaches forExpand
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Anion–molecule complexes in solution. III. Nuclear magnetic resonance studies of halide ion–alcohol association
Certain alkyl-, aryl-, and arene-substituted alcohols form linear, hydrogen bonded complexes with bromide and other halide ions in tetrachloromethane. The hydroxyl proton shifts ca. 4 p.p.m.Expand
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