Category Archives: Chemistry & Materials Science

Journals from Chemistry & Materials Science

Risk Points of Flame Retardant Textiles by Halogen and Halogen-Free Laminating Film

Author(s) : Yoon Jeong Baek1, Jeoung Hwa Shin2 Affiliation(s) 1Department of Textiles, Merchandising and Fashion Design, Seoul National University, Seoul, Korea. 2Seoul Center, Korea Basic Science Institute, Seoul, Korea. ABSTRACT This study was to develop the flame retardant (FR) protective clothing which … Continue reading

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Construction of Solidus Lines of Binary Metal Systems Having a Low Solubility of Components in the Solid Phase

Author(s) : A. P. Shcherban, O. A. Datsenko, G. P. Kovtun ABSTRACT The paper presents the calculation results on the construction of solidus lines of phase diagrams for some binary metal systems based on cadmium, zinc and tellurium. The investigations have been … Continue reading

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Nano-Sized Elements in Electrochemical Biosensors

Author(s) :Joanna Cabaj, Jadwiga Sołoducho ABSTRACT The emerging nanotechnology has opened novel opportunities to explore analytical applications of the fabricated nano-sized materials. Recent advances in nano-biotechnology have made it possible to realize a variety of enzyme electrodes suitable for sensing application. In … Continue reading

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Development of Coatings Marine Antifouling Based on Perfluorinated Surfactants Synthesis and Physicochemical Study

Author(s):Abdelkader Bacha, Rachid Méghabar The fight against dirt settling on the hulls of ships and more generally on all underwater structures is more than 2000 years. The need for effective antifouling paints, which prevents the establishment and growth of marine organisms on … Continue reading

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Buried Hydrothermal Systems: The Potential Role of Supercritical Water,“ScriW”, in Various Geological Processes and Occurrences in the Sub-Surface

Author(s) Martin Hovland, Håkon Rueslåtten, Hans Konrad Johnsen ABSTRACT It is well known that seawater that migrates deep into the Earth’s crust will pass into its supercritical domain at temperatures above 407°C and pressures above 298 bars. In the oceanic crust, … Continue reading

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On the Influence of Particles Characteristics on Moisture Diffusivity during Drying of Granular Porous Media

Advances in Chemical Engineering and Science – On the Influence of Particles Characteristics on Moisture Diffusivity during Drying of Granular Porous Media The objective of this work was to study the diffusive mechanisms of mass transfer predominant in the drying … Continue reading

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