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Fabrication and characterization of porous aluminum and zinc via selective dissolution of AI-Zn alloys
Chemical dealloying can be used to fabricate porous metals by removing one or more of the species out of an alloy. Generally, a corrosive electrolyte is used to selectively dissolve a noble element. Alloy concentration, ...
Fabrication and characterization of sintered recycled glass designed for polluted soil filtering
Soil pollution generates diseases, hunger, and agricultural problems. Porous recycled glass beds were produced to study the feasibility of using them for polluted soil filtering. This research discusses structural and ...
Water transport in the diffusion media of a proton exchange membrane fuel cell (PEMCF)
The fuel cell is an electrochemical energy conversion device that produces electricity based on an electrochemical reaction. From the diverse types of fuel cell the proton exchange membrane fuel cell (PEMFC) has better ...
Fabrication of porous metals via selective phase dissolution of an Al-Cu alloy
Through free corrosion in sodium hydroxide, a new porous material was successfully fabricated by removing a single phase of the aluminum-copper alloy. This selective phase dissolution was performed for the eutectic composition ...