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The team called the color YInMn after the chemicals that were combined to create it: yttrium, indium and manganese oxides.
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The result is a chemical called the carbon nanotube that is absorbed by the process of converting a solid oxide into a chemical that is specific to the cellular nerve.
Two of the shells still contained the residue of a dark substance, which a laboratory analysis identified as manganese oxide.
The researchers used a basic screen printing technique to print a flexible supercapacitor of graphene-oxide ink onto cotton fabric.
This is coiled around a piece of ferrite (a substance made of oxides of iron and other metals) that amplifies the magnetic field generated.
The new LyondellBasell plant will make propylene oxide, which is used to make bedding, carpeting, coatings, building materials and adhesives, and the by-product tertiary butyl alcohol, which is refined into an additive that makes fuels burn cleaner.
She was trained as a medical doctor and also has a Ph.D. CASAC’s duties include providing expert advice and exhaustively reviewing standards for pollutants such as nitrogen oxides, sulfur oxides, particulate matter, and ozone.
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