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| Method for producing dialkoxy alkanes by partial oxidation of lower alcohols in the presence of a catalyst based on molybdenum and iron|
Disclosed herein is a method for producing alkoxy alkanes by direct partial oxidation of a lower alcohol with a catalyst based upon mixed oxide containing molybdenum and at least one other metal selected from the metals that can assume a trivalent oxidation state such as fe, bi, al, cr, in, la, sb, and/or a metal selected from ni, co, cu, v, w, ti, ta, nb, mn, sn, p.. .
| Hydroconversion multi-metallic catalysts and method for making thereof|
The invention relates to a method for preparing a self-supported mixed metal sulfide (mms) catalyst for hydrotreating hydrocarbon feedstock. The method comprises mixing a sufficient amount of a nickel (ni) metal precursor, a sufficient amount of a molybdenum (mo) metal precursor, and a sufficient amount of a tungsten (w) metal precursor to produce a catalyst precursor having a molar ratio ni:mo:w in relative proportions defined by a region of a ternary phase diagram showing transition metal elemental composition in terms of nickel, molybdenum, and tungsten mol-%, wherein the region is defined by five points abcde and wherein the five points are: a (ni=0.72, mo=0.00, w=0.28), b (ni=0.55, mo=0.00, w=0.45), c (ni=0.48, mo=0.14, w=0.38), d (ni=0.48, mo=0.20, w=0.33), e (ni=0.62, mo=0.14, w=0.24); and sulfiding the catalyst precursor under conditions sufficient to convert the catalyst precursor into a sulfide catalyst..
| Hydroconversion multi-metallic catalysts and method for making thereof|
The invention relates to a self-supported mixed metal sulfide (mms) catalyst for hydrotreating hydrocarbon feedstock and to a method for preparing the catalyst. The mms catalyst is characterized as having a multi-phased structure comprising five phases: a molybdenum sulfide phase, a tungsten sulfide phase, a molybdenum tungsten sulfide phase, an active nickel phase, and a nickel sulfide phase..
| Hydroconversion multi-metallic catalysts and method for making thereof|
A self-supported mixed metal sulfide (mms) catalyst for hydrotreating hydrocarbon feedstock is disclosed. The self-supported mms catalyst is characterized by an hdn reaction rate constant of at least 100 g feed hr−1 g catalyst−1 assuming first order kinetics, and an hds reaction rate constant of at least 550 g feed hr−1 g catalyst−1 assuming first order kinetics in hydrotreating of a heavy coker gas oil as a feedstock with properties indicated in table a and at given process conditions as indicated in table e.
| Hydroconversion multi-metallic catalysts and method for making thereof|
The invention relates to a self-supported mixed metal sulfide (mms) catalyst for hydrotreating hydrocarbon feedstock and to a method for preparing the catalyst. The self-supported mms catalyst consists essentially of molybdenum sulfide and tungsten sulfide, wherein the catalyst contains at least 0.1 mol % of mo and at least 0.1 mol % of w, on a transition metal basis..
| Titanium alloys including increased oxygen content and exhibiting improved mechanical properties|
One aspect of the present disclosure is directed to a metastable β titanium alloy comprising, in weight percentages: up to 0.05 nitrogen; up to 0.10 carbon; up to 0.015 hydrogen; up to 0.10 iron; greater than 0.20 oxygen; 14.00 to 16.00 molybdenum; titanium; and incidental impurities. Articles of manufacture including the alloy also are disclosed..
| Controlled electrolytic metallic materials for wellbore sealing and strengthening|
Contacting the wellbore with a fluid composition and forming a metallic powder barrier at or near the tip of a fracture extending from the wellbore into a subterranean formation may strengthen a wellbore. The fluid composition may include a base fluid and a metallic powder having a plurality of metallic powder particles.
| Cobalt alloys|
Alloys, processes for preparing the alloys, and manufactured articles including the alloys are described. The alloys include, by weight, about 10% to about 20% chromium, about 4% to about 7% titanium, about 1% to about 3% vanadium, 0% to about 10% iron, less than about 3% nickel, 0% to about 10% tungsten, less than about 1% molybdenum, and the balance of weight percent including cobalt and incidental elements and impurities..
| High optical quality polycrystalline indium phosphide grown on metal substrates by mocvd|
A method of making the solar cell is described comprising providing a substrate, depositing a vib metal thin film on the substrate, and depositing a polycrystalline iii-v semiconductor thin film on the vib metal thin film. In one embodiment a polycrystalline iii-v semiconductor thin film comprising indium phosphide (inp) is deposited on a vib metal thin film comprising molybdenum (mo) by metal organic chemical vapor deposition (mocvd)..
| Photovoltaic cell|
A dye-sensitised photovoltaic cell is provided, the cell comprising a first, transparent, electrode facing a second electrode, wherein at least one of the first and second electrodes is provided with an electrically-conductive material comprising (a) one or both of nickel and cobalt, and (b) one or more of phosphorous, boron, manganese, iron, tungsten, molybdenum, chromium, tin, zinc and palladium, wherein the total content of (a) the nickel and cobalt in said electrically-conductive material is from 80 to 96 wt % of the electrically-conductive material, and total content of (b) the phosphorous, boron, manganese, iron, tungsten, molybdenum, chromium, tin, zinc and palladium in said electrically-conductive material is from 4 to 20 wt % of the electrically-conductive material.. .
|Silicon-based negative active material, preparing method of preparing same and rechargeable lithium battery including same|
A silicon-based negative active material that includes a core including silicon oxide represented by siox (0<x<2); and a coating layer including metal oxide, and the metal of the metal oxide includes aluminum (al), titanium (ti), cobalt (co), magnesium (mg), calcium (ca), potassium (k), sodium (na), boron (b), strontium (sr), barium (ba), manganese (mn), nickel (ni), vanadium (v), iron (fe), copper (cu), phosphorus (p), scandium (sc), zirconium (zr), niobium (nb), chromium (cr), and/or molybdenum (mo), the core has a concentration gradient where an atom % concentration of a silicon (si) element decreases to the center of the core, and an atom % concentration of an oxygen (o) element increases to the center, and a depth from the surface contacting the coating layer where a concentration of the silicon (si) element is about 55 atom % corresponds to about 2% to about 20% of a diameter of the core.. .
|Corrosion and wear-resistant claddings|
In one aspect, composite articles are described herein comprising wear-resistant claddings demonstrating improved corrosion resistance. A composite article described herein, in some embodiments, comprises a metal or alloy substrate and a cladding adhered to the substrate, the cladding comprising cemented carbide particles and an alloying additive dispersed in a nickel-based alloy matrix, wherein the alloying additive comprises at least one of copper and molybdenum..
|Catalysts for hydrodeoxygenation of oxygenated hydrocarbons|
The present invention provides catalysts, methods, and reactor systems for converting oxygenated hydrocarbons to oxygenated compounds. The invention includes methods for producing cyclic ethers, monooxygenates, dioxygenates, ketones, aldehydes, carboxylic acids, and alcohols from oxygenated hydrocarbons, such as carbohydrates, sugars, sugar alcohols, sugar degradation products, and the like, using catalysts containing palladium, molybdenum, tin, and tungsten.
|Non-noble metal based electro-catalyst compositions for proton exchange membrane based water electrolysis and methods of making|
The invention provides electro-catalyst compositions for an anode electrode of a proton exchange membrane-based water electrolysis system. The compositions include a noble metal component selected from the group consisting of iridium oxide, ruthenium oxide, rhenium oxide and mixtures thereof, and a non-noble metal component selected from the group consisting of tantalum oxide, tin oxide, niobium oxide, titanium oxide, tungsten oxide, molybdenum oxide, yttrium oxide, scandium oxide, cooper oxide, zirconium oxide, nickel oxide and mixtures thereof.
|Plasma annealing of thin film solar cells|
Embodiments relate to a method for annealing a solar cell structure including forming an absorber layer on a molybdenum (mo) layer of a solar cell base structure. The solar cell base structure includes a substrate and the mo layer is located on the substrate.
|Cobalt-molybdenum sulfide catalyst materials and methods for stable alcohol production from syngas|
The present invention provides methods and compositions for the chemical conversion of syngas to alcohols. The invention includes catalyst compositions, methods of making the catalysts, and methods of using the catalysts including techniques to maintain catalyst stability.
|Acid and alkali resistant ni-cr-mo-cu alloys with critical contents of chromium and copper|
A nickel-chromium-molybdenum-copper alloy resistant to 70% sulfuric acid at 93° c. And 50% sodium hydroxide at 121° c.
|Compositional variations of tungsten tetraboride with transition metals and light elements|
A composition includes tungsten (w); at least one element selected form the group of elements consisting of boron (b), beryllium (be) and silicon (si); and at least one element selected from the group of elements consisting of titanium (ti), vanadium (v), chromium (cr), manganese (mn), iron (fe), cobalt (co), nickel (ni), copper (cu), zinc (zn), zirconium (zr), niobium (nb), molybdenum (mo), ruthenium (ru), hafnium (hf), tantalum (ta), rhenium (re), osmium (os), iridium (ir), lithium (li) and aluminum (al). The composition satisfies the formula w1-xmxxy wherein x is one of b, be and si; m is at least one of ti, v, cr, mn, fe, co, ni, cu, zn, zr, nb, mo, ru, hf, ta, re, os, ir, li and al; x is at least 0.001 and less than 0.999; and y is at least 4.0.
|Friction materials and methods of producing same|
A friction material composition may include an abrasive, a filler, a binder, and a spherical molybdenum disulfide powder. The spherical molybdenum disulfide powder is made up of molybdenum disulfide sub-particles that are agglomerated together to form individual, substantially spherically-shaped agglomerated particles of at least about 90% by weight molybdenum disulfide..
|Thin film solar cells|
Embodiments relate to a method including forming a layer of copper zinc tin sulfide (czts) on a first layer of molybdenum (mo) and annealing the czts layer and the first mo layer to form a layer of molybdenum disulfide (mos2) between the layer of czts and the first layer of mo. The method includes forming a back contact on a first surface of the czts layer opposite the first mo layer and separating the first mo layer and the mos2 layer from the czts layer to expose a second surface of the czts layer opposite the first surface.
|Nickel-based brazing metal powder for brazing base metal parts with reduced erosion|
A brazing filler metal powder is provided for brazing thin stainless steel parts together with reduced erosion. The brazing filler metal powder is formed by processing first metal particles, which typically comprise a nickel-based alloy including chromium, phosphorous, silicon, to a particle size of not greater than 0.0098 inch; providing second metal particles, typically consisting of copper, molybdenum, or cobalt; combining the first metal particles with the second metal particles by mixing and/or, milling, or sintering; and processing the combined composition to a particle size of not greater than 0.0098 inch.
|Polycrystalline silicon chunks and method for producing them|
The present invention relates to polycrystalline silicon chunks which are cubic and have a metal content of less than 200 pptw and a dopant content of less than 50 ppta. Methods for producing polycrystalline silicon chunks, include the steps of providing a polycrystalline silicon rod, comminuting the polycrystalline silicon rod into cubic chunks, and cleaning the polycrystalline silicon chunks, wherein comminution takes place using a spiked-roll crusher having at least one spiked roll, the spiked roll including w2c phases or wc phases with 0.1-10% of a metal carbide selected from the group consisting of titanium carbide, chromium carbide, molybdenum carbide, vanadium carbide, and nickel carbide or consisting of steel with 1-25% w..
|Molybdenum metal powder|
The invention relates to a process for producing sinterable molybdenum metal powder in a moving bed, sinterable molybdenum powder and its use.. .
|Method of producing workpiece and workpiece thereof|
A method of producing a workpiece is disclosed. The method includes: providing a first powder, a hardness of the first powder being less than 250 hv, and a mean particle size of the first powder being less than 20 μm; mixing the first powder and a second powder to form a mixed powder; the mixed powder includes carbon, chromium, iron, and elements selected from the group consisting of molybdenum, nickel, copper, niobium, vanadium, tungsten, silicon, cobalt, and manganese; adding a binder and water to the mixed powder; applying a spray drying process to granulate the mixed powder to form a spray-dried powder; applying a dry pressing process to the spray-dried powder to form a green part; applying a debinding process to the green part to form a debound body; and sintering the debound body into a workpiece having a hardness of higher than 250 hv..
|Bearing device for driving wheel|
A driving-wheel bearing device includes an outer race having double-row outer raceway surfaces formed on an inner periphery thereof, a hub wheel and an inner race having a wheel attachment flange at one end thereof and double-row inner raceway surfaces on an outer periphery thereof, and double-row rolling elements interposed between the outer raceway surfaces of the outer race and the inner raceway surfaces of the hub wheel and the inner race, the hub wheel having a shaft hole into which a stem section extending from an outer joint member of a constant velocity universal joint is spline-fitted by being press-fitted, in which a plate having a molybdenum coating layer or a fluorine-resin coating layer formed thereon and having a plate thickness ranging from 0.5 mm to 2 mm is interposed between opposite surfaces of a shoulder portion of the outer joint member and an crimped portion of the hub wheel.. .
|Thin film solar cells|
Embodiments relate to a solar cell apparatus including a molybdenum (mo) contact layer and an annealed absorber layer including zinc and sulfur directly adjacent to the mo contact layer. The apparatus has no molybdenum disulfide (mos2) layer located between the mo contact layer and the annealed absorber layer.
|Bottom chassis, method of fabricating the same, and liquid crystal display including the same|
Provided are a bottom chassis, a method of fabricating the same, and a liquid crystal display (lcd) including the same. The bottom chassis is fabricated using an aluminum alloy plate including, by weight, 0.5 to 1.5% manganese, 0.8 to 1.5% magnesium, 0.01 to 0.03% titanium, less than 0.02% molybdenum, and 96% or more aluminum..
A hydrodeoxygenation catalyst comprises a metal catalyst, an acid promoter, and a support. The metal catalyst is selected from platinum, palladium, ruthenium, rhenium rhodium, osmium, iridium, nickel, cobalt, molybdenum, copper, tin, or mixtures thereof.
|Turbine component and a process of fabricating a turbine component|
A turbine component and a process of fabricating a component are disclosed. The process includes excavating a base metal of the component to form a fill region and filling the fill region with a filler metal.
Nickel-chromium-iron-molybdenum alloy, comprising 40 to 48 wt % nickel, 30 to 38 wt % chromium, 4 to 12 wt % molybdenum and iron, wherein the alloy optionally further comprises up to 5 wt % manganese, up to 2 wt % copper, up to 0.6 wt % nitrogen, up to 0.5 wt % aluminium and up to 0.5 wt % vanadium.. .
|Cast iron containing niobium and component|
Known cast iron alloys have use limits in respect of the temperature. An alloy (in a weight percentage) including silicon 2.0%-4.5%, carbon 2.9%-4.0%, niobium 0.05%-0.7%, molybdenum 0.3%-1.5%, optionally cobalt 0.1%-2.0%, manganese≦0.3%, nickel≦0.5%, magnesium≦0.07%, phosphorus≦0.05%, sulphur≦0.012%, chromium≦0.1%, antimony≦0.004%, and, iron, is provided..
|Production of technetium from a molybdenum metal target|
Recycling of isotopically enriched molybdenum metal targets that are suitable for the large scale cyclotron production of 99mtc or 94mtc includes the charged particle irradiation of an enriched molybdenum metal target to produce a technetium isotope, separation of the technetium isotope following irradiation of the molybdenum, re-claiming the molybdenum metal and reformation of the molybdenum target for a further irradiation step. This process may then be repeated.
|Spherical material comprising metallic nanoparticles trapped in a mesostructured oxide matrix and its use as a catalyst in refining processes|
An inorganic material is described, constituted by at least two elementary spherical particles, each of said spherical particles comprising metallic nanoparticles having at least one band with a wave number in the range 750 to 1050 cm−1 in raman spectroscopy and containing one or more metals selected from vanadium, niobium, tantalum, molybdenum and tungsten, said metallic nanoparticles being trapped in a mesostructured matrix based on an oxide of an element y selected from silicon, aluminium, titanium, tungsten, zirconium, gallium, germanium, tin, antimony, lead, vanadium, iron, manganese, hafnium, niobium, tantalum, yttrium, cerium, gadolinium, europium and neodymium. Said matrix has pores with a diameter in the range 1.5 to 50 nm and amorphous walls with a thickness in the range 1 to 30 nm.
|Tubular target having a protective device|
A tubular target for cathode atomization does not have a backing tube and it is made of molybdenum or a molybdenum alloy. The target has an inner surface which is in contact at least in certain regions with a cooling medium, wherein at least one region of the inner surface is separated from the cooling medium by at least one protective device.
|Spherical copper/molybdenum disulfide powders, metal articles, and methods for producing same|
A method of producing a compacted article according to one embodiment may involve the steps of: providing a copper/molybdenum disulfide composite powder including a substantially homogeneous dispersion of copper and molybdenum disulfide sub-particles that are fused together to form individual particles of the copper/molybdenum disulfide composite powder; and compressing the copper/molybdenum disulfide composite powder under sufficient pressure to cause the copper/molybdenum disulfide composite powder to behave as a nearly solid mass.. .
|Anti-wear coatings for compressor wear surfaces|
Anti-wear surface coatings and methods for making them are provided. Such anti-wear surface coatings are particularly suitable for use in a compressor, such as a scroll or rotary compressor.
|Anti-wear coatings for scroll compressor wear surfaces|
Anti-wear surface coatings and methods for making them are provided. Such anti-wear surface coatings are particularly suitable for use in a compressor, such as a scroll compressor.
|Method for manufacturing benzenetetracarboxylic acid|
By selectively hydrogenating a feedstock containing two or more hydrocarbons selected from the group consisting of tricyclic aromatic hydrocarbons having an anthracene skeleton and tricyclic aromatic hydrocarbons having a phenanthrene skeleton to 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8-octahydro bodies using, as a hydrogenation catalyst, a catalyst containing two or more active metals selected from the group consisting of nickel, molybdenum, cobalt, and tungsten and then, by oxidizing the 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8-octahydro body using a metal oxide, a benzenetetracarboxylic acid can be efficiently manufactured.. .
|Catalysts for the conversion of synthesis gas to alcohols|
A catalyst for manufacturing a mixture of alcohols from synthesis gas comprises a combination of nickel, molybdenum, at least one metal selected from the group consisting of palladium, ruthenium, chromium, gold, zirconium, and aluminium, and at least one of an alkali metal or alkaline earth series metal as a promoter. The catalyst may be used in a process for converting synthesis gas wherein the primary product is a mixture of ethanol (etoh), propanol (proh), and butanol (buoh), optionally in conjunction with higher alcohols..
|Post-treated molybdenum imide additive composition, methods of making same and lubricating oil compositions containing same|
The invention is directed to an oil soluble additive composition prepared by a process comprising reacting a molybdenum component; an imide derived from the reaction product of a hydrocarbyl dicarboxylic acid component and a polyamine component wherein the hydrocarbyl dicarboxylic acid component is the reaction product of a dicarboxylic acid component and a hydrocarbyl component; and a post-treating agent, thereby producing a post-treated molybdated succinimide additive composition.. .
|Resin composition, prepreg and laminate|
It is an object to provide a prepreg for a printed laminate that has a low thermal expansion coefficient in the planar direction, excellent drillability, and further excellent heat resistance and flame retardancy, and a laminate and a metal foil-clad laminate. A resin composition according to the present invention includes a molybdenum compound (a); an epoxy resin (b); a curing agent (c); and an inorganic filler (d), wherein a mohs hardness of the inorganic filler (d) is 3.5 or more, and a content of the inorganic filler (d) is 40 to 600 parts by mass based on 100 parts by mass of a total of resin solid components..
|Optical sensor and sensing system for oxygen monitoring in fluids using molybdenum cluster phosphorescence|
A composite comprises a polymer matrix and a luminophore dispersed therein. The composite is useful as a sensing film that is used as an optical sensor for oxygen measurement comprising the composite sensing film; a source of photons for photo-exciting the luminophores and a waveguide, transparent in the frequency range of the excitation photons, for guiding the excitation photons from the source to the composite sensing film; a detector for measuring properties of photons emitted from the luminophores.
|Polarizer, display panel having the same and method of manufacturing the same|
A polarizer includes a substrate, and a first metal layer and a second metal layer disposed on the substrate. The first metal layer includes a plurality of protrusions of a wire grid pattern.
|Multi-material structures, semiconductor constructions and methods of forming capacitors|
Some embodiments include a method of forming a capacitor. An opening is formed through a silicon-containing mass to a base, and sidewalls of the opening are lined with protective material.
|Etching liquid composition for multilayer containing copper and molybdenum and process for etching thereof|
There is provided an etching liquid composition for a multilayer film containing copper and molybdenum. The etching liquid composition comprises: (a) a peroxosulfate ion source; (b) a copper ion source; and (c) at least one nitrogen compound source selected from the group consisting of ammonia, ammonium ions, amines, and alkyl ammonium ions and has ph 3.5 to 9..
Provided is an industrially advantageous molybdenum material which is capable of causing secondary recrystallization to occur at a temperature lower than conventional and which, after the secondary recrystallization, can have a structure that comprises giant crystal grains with less grain boundaries and thus is excellent in creep resistance. The molybdenum material has, in at least a part thereof, a portion having a region where the peak intensities of the (110) and (220) diffraction planes are each less than the peak intensity of the (211) diffraction plane, as measured by x-ray diffraction, in a region at a depth of one-fifth of the entire thickness in a plate thickness direction from a surface..
|Lead free reduced ricochet limited penetration projectile|
A frangible projectile with a specific gravity similar to a lead projectile. The projectile comprises 34-94%, by weight, binder.
|Method for producing conjugated diene|
Disclosed is a method for producing a conjugated diene by subjecting a monoolefin having a carbon atom number of 4 or more and an oxygen gas to an oxidative dehydrogenation reaction by using a molybdenum-containing metal oxide catalyst under heat removal with a coolant, wherein an amount of molybdenum adhered onto a cooling heat transfer surface within a reactor is kept at not more than 20 mg/m2, or not only a surface roughness ra of a cooling heat transfer surface within a reactor is not more than 3 μm, but a temperature difference between a reaction temperature and a coolant temperature is in the range of from 5 to 220° c.. .
|Tantalum-based metal alloys|
The present invention relates to a medical device or implant made at least in part of a high-strength, low-modulus metal alloy comprising niobium, tantalum, and at least one element selected from the group consisting of zirconium, tungsten, and molybdenum. The medical devices according to the present invention provide superior characteristics with regard to biocompatibility, radio-opacity and mri compatibility..
|Method and apparatus for in-line process control of the cigs process|
An in-line production apparatus and a method for composition control of copper indium gallium diselenide (cigs) solar cells fabricated by a co-evaporation deposition process. The deposition conditions are so that a deposited cu-excessive overall composition is transformed into to a cu-deficient overall composition, the final cigs film.
|Spherical material based on heteropolyanions trapped in a mesostructured oxide matrix and use thereof as catalyst in hydrocarbon refining processes|
Inorganic material having at least two elementary spherical particles, each of said spherical metallic particles: a polyoxometallate with formula (xxmmoyhh)q−, where h is hydrogen, o is oxygen, x is phosphorus, silicon, boron, nickel or cobalt and m is one or more vanadium, niobium, tantalum, molybdenum, tungsten, iron, copper, zinc, cobalt and nickel, x is 0, 1, 2 or 4, m is 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 or 18, y is 17 to 72, h is 0 to 12 and q is 1 to 20.. .
|Method for producing base substrate, method for producing electronic device, base substrate, and electronic apparatus|
A method for producing a base substrate includes preparing an insulator substrate; forming a first film containing, as a main component, a metal that contains at least one of tungsten and molybdenum and has a melting point of 1000° c. Or higher on the insulator substrate; forming a second film containing nickel as a main component and also containing boron on the first film; forming a first metal layer by performing a sintering treatment of the first film and the second film; and forming a second metal layer containing palladium as a main component on the first metal layer..
|Method for the melting of near-beta titanium alloy consisting of (4.0-6.0)% al - (4.5-6.0)% mo - (4.5-6.0)% v - (2.0-3.6)% cr, (0.2-0.5)% fe - (0.1-2.0)% zr|
This invention relates to nonferrous metallurgy, namely to manufacture of near-beta titanium alloys containing titanium and such alloying elements as molybdenum, vanadium, chromium, zirconium, iron and aluminum. The provided alloy contains the following components, in weight percentages: molybdenum—25 to 27; vanadium—25 to 27; chromium—14 to 16; titanium—9 to 11; with balance aluminum and iron and zirconium in the form of commercially pure metals.
|Catalyst carrier, catalyst and process for producing the same|
The present invention provides a catalyst carrier having excellent durability and capable of attaining high catalytic ability without increasing the specific surface area thereof, and a catalyst obtainable by using the catalyst carrier. The catalyst carrier of the present invention comprises a metal oxycarbonitride, preferably the metal contained in the metal oxycarbonitride comprises at least one selected from the group consisting of niobium, tin, indium, platinum, tantalum, zirconium, copper, iron, tungsten, chromium, molybdenum, hafnium, titanium, vanadium, cobalt, manganese, cerium, mercury, plutonium, gold, silver, iridium, palladium, yttrium, ruthenium, lanthanum, cerium, praseodymium, neodymium, promethium, samarium, europium, gadolinium, terbium, dysprosium, holmium, erbium, thulium, ytterbium, lutetium, and nickel.
|Sliding material composition and sliding member|
It is an object of the invention to provide a sliding material composition and a sliding member capable of achieving low friction property at starting time and during sliding and also being excellent in abrasion resistance, especially when a counterpart sliding member is a rubber-based material. The invention relates to a sliding material composition for use in a sliding member whose counterpart sliding member is configured of rubber, the sliding material composition comprising a binder resin, 5 to 25 vol % of an nω-monoacyl basic amino acid, 5 to 25 vol % of molybdenum disulfide, and 5 to 20 vol % of polytetrafluoroethylene..
|Compositions and methods for treating nuclear fuel|
Compositions are provided that include nuclear fuel. Methods for treating nuclear fuel are provided which can include exposing the fuel to a carbonate-peroxide solution.
|Powder of an alloy based on uranium and on molybdenum useful for manufacturing nuclear fuels and targets intended for producing radioisotopes|
Applications: manufacturing of nuclear fuels, notably for experimental nuclear reactors; manufacturing of targets for producing radioisotopes, notably for the medical industry.. .
|Method for manufacturing a molybdenum sputtering target for back electrode of cigs solar cell|
A method for manufacturing a molybdenum sputtering target for a back electrode of a cigs solar cell is provided to minimize thermal activating reaction by employing an electric discharge plasma sintering process. The method for manufacturing a molybdenum sputtering target for a back electrode of a cigs solar cell comprises the steps of: charging molybdenum powder in a mold of graphite material, mounting the mold in a chamber of an electric discharge sintering apparatus, making a vacuum in the chamber, forming the molybdenum powder to the final target temperature while maintaining constant pressure on the molybdenum powder, heating the molybdenum powder in a predetermined heating pattern when reaching the final target temperature, maintaining the final target temperature for 1 to 10 minutes, and cooling the inside of the chamber while maintaining a constant pressure..
|Apparatus and methods for transmutation of elements|
Examples of apparatus and methods for transmutation of an element are disclosed. An apparatus can include a neutron emitter configured to emit neutrons with a neutron output, a neutron moderator configured to reduce the average energy of the neutron output to produce a moderated neutron output, a target configured to absorb neutrons when exposed to the moderated neutron output, the absorption of the neutrons by the target producing a transmuted element, and an extractor configured to extract the desired element.
|Removal of molybdenum|
This disclosure provides systems, methods and apparatus which involve selectively removing a sacrificial portion of molybdenum (mo) relative to other structural materials in a self-limiting manner. The mo is only partially removed, leaving behind a remaining portion of molybdenum.
|Multilayer substrate structure and method of manufacturing the same|
A multilayer substrate structure comprises a substrate, a thermal matching layer formed on the substrate and a lattice matching layer above the thermal matching layer. The thermal matching layer includes at least one of molybdenum, molybdenum-copper, mullite, sapphire, graphite, aluminum-oxynitrides, silicon, silicon carbide, zinc oxides, and rare earth oxides.
|Method for preparing a powder of an alloy based on uranium and molybdenum|
Applications: manufacturing of nuclear fuels, notably for mtrs.. .
|Enhanced non-noble electrode layers for dram capacitor cell|
A metal oxide first electrode material for a mim dram capacitor is formed wherein the first and/or second electrode materials or structures contain layers having one or more dopants up to a total doping concentration that will not prevent the electrode materials from crystallizing during a subsequent anneal step. Advantageously, the electrode doped with one or more of the dopants has a work function greater than about 5.0 ev.
|Method for repairing mask for euv exposure and mask for euv exposure|
Provided is a method for repairing a mask for euv exposure. The mask includes: a mo/si multi-layer film including a molybdenum layer and a silicon layer and being deposited on a substrate; a protection film formed on the mo/si multi-layer film; and an absorption film formed on the protection film.
|Conducting plates for fuel cell elements|
The present invention relates to a fuel cell element having an active core interposed between a first and second conducting plate, wherein at least the first conducting plate is made from an alloy having, in percentages by weight, 24.0 to 27.0% nickel; 13.5 to 16.0% chromium; 1.90 to 2.35% titanium; 1.0 to 1.5% molybdenum; 0.10 to 0.50% vanadium; at most 0.08% carbon; at most 2.0% manganese; at most 1.0% silicon; at most 0.35% aluminium; at most 0.03% sulphur; and at most 0.01% boron, the balance consisting of iron and impurities.. .
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Molybdenum topics: Molybdenum, Sulfuric Acid, Sodium Hydroxide, Semiconductor, Conductive Layer, Copper Alloy, Hydrocarbon, Molybdenum Trioxide, Zirconium Oxide, Transducer, Radiopaque, High Speed, Thiocarbamate, Biological Molecules, Carbon Film
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