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Bioinspired surfaces with superwettability for anti-icing and ice-phobic application : concept, mechanism, and design
Ice accumulation poses a series of severe issues in daily life. Inspired by the nature, superwettability surfaces have attracted great interests from fundamental research to anti‐icing and ice‐phobic applications. Here, ...
Removal of chlorobenzene using a sequential adsorption–plasma catalytic system over Ag‐, Ce‐ and Mn‐modified activated carbon catalysts
BACKGROUND: A dielectric barrier discharge reactor coupled with a series of activated carbon (AC) catalysts was applied to remove low concentrations of chlorobenzene. The catalysts were prepared via an impregnation method ...
An investigation on the role of W doping in BiVO 4 photoanodes used for solar water splitting
n-Type doping has been widely employed to enhance the performance of a photoanode in a photoelectrochemical cell used for water splitting. However, little is known about how doping affects the catalytic activity during ...
Progress in TiO2 nanotube coatings for biomedical applications : a review
Titanium dioxide nanotubes (TNTs) have drawn wide attention and been extensively applied in the field of biomedicine, due to their large specific surface area, good corrosion resistance, excellent biocompatibility, and ...
Laterally pre-compressed SiC tiles against long rod impact
A combined experimental and computational study was carried out to investigate ballistic performance of laterally preload compressed SiC tile against long rod impact. A 100 100 b y 20 mm thick SiC tile was pushed into a ...