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Thermal behaviour of metal soaps from biodegradable rubber seed oil
Soaps are a class of surface active compounds derived from natural oils and fats. Double decomposition reactions permit the synthesis of metallic soaps, which are long-chain carboxylates of metal ions, from alkaline ones ...
Modification of surface morphology of UHMWPE for biomedical implants
(Materials Research Society, 2007)
Ultra High Molecular Weight Polyethylene (UHMWPE) samples were implanted with metal and metal-gas hybrid ions (Ag, Ag+N, C+H, C+H+Ar, Ti+O) by using improved MEVVA Ion implantation technique [1,2]. An extraction voltage ...
Development of synergistic heat stabilizers for PVC from zinc borate-zinc phosphate
(Taylor & Francis, 2009-01)
The importance of flame-retardant and smoke-suppressed poly(vinyl chloride) (PVC) compositions is increasing gradually in the polymer industry since PVC releases smoke and toxic gases (hydrogen chloride, HCl) during heating ...
Antioxidative and antimicrobial screening of 19 commercial essential oils in Turkey
(International Society for Horticultural Science, 2009)
Plant oils have been used for wide variety purposes for many years in Turkey. These essential oils have usage in many areas such as perfumery, cosmetic, food flavoring and folkloric medicine. In the study, 19 commercial ...
Electrolysis of alcohols in high temperature-high pressure water
(Materials Research Society, 2013)
The design of clean, efficient and environmentally friendly routes that reduce the waste production and fuel emissions of pollutants into the atmosphere, produce clean, affordable, and renewable energy sources to lessen ...