View Vol. 5 ,  Iss. 2 (October 2022)

Journal of Metallic Material Research

ISSN: 2630-5135 (Online)

Vol. 5 , Iss. 2 (October 2022)


  • As-Cast Microstructures of High Entropy Alloys Designed to Be TaC-Strengthened

    Patrice Berthod

    Article ID: 4685
    188  (Abstract) 46  (Download)
    In this work two new alloys were obtained by extrapolation from a well known high entropy alloy, the equimolar CoNiFeMnCr one. This was done by the addition of carbon and of tantalum, Ta being one of the strongest MC-former elements. They were produced by conventional casting under inert atmosphere. The obtained microstructures were characterized by...
  • Producing High Purity Nickel Metal Powder from Nickel Wastes through Acidic Leaching by Sulfuric Acid

    M.B Oshrieh, Kh. A Nekouee, H. Abaszadeh

    Article ID: 4877
    69  (Abstract) 23  (Download)
    Nickel has found increasing application in electronic, automobilemanufacturing, plating, and metal industries and so on. Producing highquality metal powders to satisfy increasing demand for advanced materialsis of very high importance. There are a few numbers of standard powderproduction techniques. An acidic leaching has been applied in presentresearch. Sulfuric acid has been used to leach nickel...
  • Spatial Investigation of Nilüfer Stream Arsenic Pollution in Previous and Post COVID-19 Pandemic and Evaluation of Health Risks for Adult People

    Aslıhan Katip

    Article ID: 4741
    83  (Abstract) 22  (Download)
    This study was carried out in Nilüfer Stream in Bursa City, where intensiveindustrial, agricultural and mining activities are existed. The temporal andspatial variation of arsenic was evaluated by examining its concentrationsbetween March 2015 and December 2021. Values between March 2015and December 2019 were evaluated as pre-pandemic, and values betweenMarch 2020 and December 2021 were evaluated...


  • Anti-bacterial Properties of Transition Metal Complexes of Copper Metal Ion: A Mini Review

    Abhay Nanda Srivastva, Nisha Saxena, Netra Pal Singh, Jayant Kumar

    Article ID: 4836
    164  (Abstract) 27  (Download)
    Bacterial infections are a major cause for impulsive deaths in human beings.Bacterial infections of the respiratory, gastrointestinal and central nervoussystem account for the majority of cases of sudden casualties. Readily availabledrugs are getting ineffective by each passing day as the mutation is veryfast in these pathogenic microbes resulting in drug resistance. The growingresistance of bacteria...