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Non-Metallic Material Science

ISSN: 2661-3301 (Online)

Vol. 2 , Iss. 1 (April 2020)


  • Solving the Problem of Silicon Dioxide Melting Based on Deviation Model

    Yuhan Sun, Na Huang, Jie Yu

    Article ID: 1653
    174  (Abstract) 31  (Download)

    In order to reveal the dissolution behavior of iron tailings in blast furnace slag, we studied the main component of silica in iron tailings. First, edge contour features need to be established to represent the melting process of silica. We choose shape, perimeter, area and generalized radius as objects. By independently analyzing the influence of...

  • Effects of Polypyrrole/Graphene Oxide Composites with Different Reaction Times on Electrochemical Performance

    Minzhen Feng, Wei Lu, Ranran Zhen, Ya Wang, Yun Zhou

    Article ID: 1699
    164  (Abstract) 28  (Download)

    Graphene oxide (GO) was prepared using the modified Hummers method and used as a template for polypyrrole. Polypyrrole was polymerized in situ on the surface of GO to finally obtain the polypyrrole/graphene oxide composite material. The effects of different reaction times on the electrochemical performance of polypyrrole/graphene oxide in the second step were studied. It...

  • Bio-fuel Production From Carbondioxide Gas Using S. elongatus PCC 7942 from Cyanobacteria

    Delia Teresa Sponza, Cansu Doğanx

    Article ID: 1809
    196  (Abstract) 42  (Download)

    The scope of this study, is  1-butanol production from CO2 with S. elongatus PCC 7942 culture. The yields of 1-butanolproduced/CO2utilized have been calculated. The maximum concentration of produced 1- butanol is 35.37 mg/L and 1-butanolproduced/CO2utilized efficiency is 92.4. The optimum operational conditions were  30°C temperature, 60 W intensity of light, pH= 7.1, 120 mV redox...

  • Effect of Ferroelectric Nanopowder on Electrical and Acoustical Properties of Cholesteric Liquid Crystal

    Santosh Mani, Madhavi Pradhan, Archana Sharma, S.R. Chawade, Sameer Hadkar, Krishnakant Mishra, Jyoti Amare, Pradip Sarawade

    Article ID: 1821
    255  (Abstract) 37  (Download)

    Ferroelectric nano-materials are very sensitive to several external stimuli and have attracted great deal of attention due to their property of improving various properties such as photoluminescence, higher polarization, fast response time, low operating voltage and improved conductivity. For enhancing the physical properties, a proper selection of nano-materials for liquid crystals depends upon various...