By Tatsuki Ohji, Josef Maty??, Navin Jose Manjooran, Gary Pickrell, Andrei Jitianu
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- Materials improvement and Degradation administration in Nuclear Applications
- Materials concerns in Nuclear Waste administration within the twenty first Century
- Energy garage III: fabrics, structures and Applications
- Nanotechnology for power, Healthcare and Industry
- Hybrid natural – Inorganic fabrics for replacement Energy
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Figure 5 The arsenic concentration in an aqueous solution at pH = 3 as a function of the immersion time when alkaline-treated particles obtained from hydrated iron phosphate particles of (a) strengite and (b) metastrengite were immersed. CONCLUSIONS Hydrated iron phosphate particles of strengite (FePO4·2H2O) were synthesized from a solution containing ferrous (Fe(II)) ions by the injection of oxygen gas for 180 minutes, and then these were treated using an alkaline solution.
Table V. Average flow & strength results for cement+flyash & cement+flyash+GGBS Mortars The flow data has been converted to relative flow area of spread (RFA), calculated from the relation (D/100)2-1, and is tabulated in Table V. It is clear that the flow increases with increase in water content and increases with F/C and (F+G)/C ratios irrespective of W/(C+F) and W/(C+F+G) ratios. This is in conformity with Lyse’s rule. For a given set of materials, represented by its F/C ratios, as the water content increases the spread also increases.
And Mat. Trans. A, 41A (2010). LARGE POROUS IRON OXIDE PARTICLES SYNTHESIZED FROM HYDRATED IRON PHOSPHATE PARTICLES OF STRENGITE S. Fujieda, K. Shinoda, S. Suzuki Institute of Multidisciplinary Research for Advanced Materials, Tohoku University, Katahira 2-1-1, Sendai 980-8577, Japan ABSTRACT To obtain large porous iron oxide particles for application to arsenic adsorbents, hydrated iron phosphate particles of strengite (FePO4·2H2O) were synthesized from a solution containing ferrous (Fe(II)) ions and then treated using an alkaline solution.
Advances in Materials Science for Environmental and Energy Technologies III: Ceramic Transactions by Tatsuki Ohji, Josef Maty??, Navin Jose Manjooran, Gary Pickrell, Andrei Jitianu