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2017-06-22
10:50
[FZJ-2017-04204] Journal Article
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Numerical simulations of magnetohydrodynamic flows driven by a moving permanent magnet
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2017-06-19
15:59
[FZJ-2017-04152] Journal Article
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Model-based formulation of biofuel blends by simultaneous product and pathway design
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2017-06-07
17:51
[FZJ-2017-04009] Journal Article
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Control of adsorption chillers by a gradient descent method for optimal cycle time allocation
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2017-05-24
08:07
OpenAccess [FZJ-2017-03773] Bachelor Thesis

Auswirkungen des DFG-Programms "Fachinformationsdienste für die Wissenschaft" auf die überregionale Literatur- und Informationsversorgung der wissenschaftlichen Bibliotheken in Deutschland
77 p. (2015) = Fachhochschule Köln, Bachelorarbeit, 2015
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2017-04-19
09:42
[FZJ-2017-03142] Journal Article
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Electrochemical removal of bromate from drinking water
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The electrochemical removal of bromate on a tin cathode has been studied by both electrochemical techniques, such as cyclic voltammetry and chronoamperometry, as well as by steady-state electrolytic experiments. The reduction of bromate in 2M NaCl takes place efficiently at potentials more negative than -1.4V vs. [...]

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2017-04-19
09:42
[FZJ-2017-03141] Journal Article
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Quantitative Determination of Hyponitrite and Hyponitrate by Ion Chromatography
Chromatographia 70(1-2), 315 - 317 (2009) [10.1365/s10337-009-1153-5]  GO
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A simple, sensitive and reliable method for the rapid determination of hyponitrite and hyponitrate (Angeli's salt) in alkaline media, is presented where both species are relatively stable. The method is based on the separation of the two anions by an anion exchange column and thereafter UV spectrophotometric detection at 248 nm. [...]

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2017-04-19
09:34
[FZJ-2017-03139] Journal Article
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Influence of the electrode and the pH on the rate and the product distribution of the electrochemical removal of nitrate
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The effect of the nature of six metal electrodes (Sn, Bi, Pb, Al, Zn, In) on the rate and the distribution of the products of the electrochemical reduction of nitrate was studied. The product distribution depends on the nature of the metal only quantitatively, while the rate of the reduction was found to be about the same on all metals when the electrolysis was performed at the same rational potential (Er), which is the difference between the applied potential and the potential of zero charge of each metal. [...]

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2017-04-19
09:33
[FZJ-2017-03138] Journal Article
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Reaction pathways in the electrochemical reduction of nitrate on tin
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The reaction pathways that lead to the formation of intermediates and final products of the reduction of nitrate on tin at high overpotential were studied in this paper. Possible chemical or electrochemical reactions of the intermediates were investigated and discussed. [...]

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2017-04-19
09:32
[FZJ-2017-03137] Journal Article
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Electrochemical removal of nitrate from the spent regenerant solution of the ion exchange
Desalination 248(1-3), 923 - 930 (2009) [10.1016/j.desal.2008.10.012]  GO
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The electrochemical reduction of nitrate on tin and bismuth was studied under steady-state electrolytic experiments by galvanostatic polarization of the electrodes. The experiments were carried out in a 0.8 M NaHCO(3) + 0.015 M NaNO(3) medium which represents the resulting solution from the regeneration of the nitrate selective ion exchange resins. [...]

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2017-04-19
09:30
[FZJ-2017-03136] Journal Article
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Electrochemical reduction of nitrate and nitrite in simulated liquid nuclear wastes
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The electrochemical reduction of nitrate and nitrite in simulated low-level nuclear wastes containing 1.8 M NaNO(3) + 0.55 M NaNO(2) + 1.16 M NaOH was studied under galvanostatic polarization on tin and bismuth cathodes. The rate of the reduction of nitrate was about the same on both metals. [...]

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