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Electrospinning of Polymer Fibres Using Recycled PET

References [1] Khan W. S., Asmatulu R., Davuluri S., Dandin V. K.: Improving the Economic Values of the Recycled Plastics Using Nanotechnology Associated Studies . Journal of Materials Science & Technology, 30/9. (2014) 854–859. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jmst.2014.07.006 [2] EPA U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Wastes – Resource Conservation – Common Wastes & Materials – Plastics. http://www.epa.gov/osw/conserve/materials/plastics.htm [3] Welle F.: Twenty years of PET bottle to bottle recycling – an overview . Resources, Conservation

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Dry sliding wear behaviour of fly ash particles reinforced AA 2024 composites

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Synthesis and characterization of Ag@polycarbazole nanoparticles using different oxidants and their dispersion behavior

considerably thicker, π−π* transition was also observed. Similarly, in this study, the dispersion behavior was found significantly increased when NPs were coated by PCz, however, the increase was connected with the increase in polymer thickness. It was more pronounced in case of FeCl 3 . Therefore, it was concluded that PCz which possess good optical and dispersion behavior could be tailored around Ag NPs in a composite form and a material ensuring conservation of existing properties along with combining of complementary characteristics. The study could be helpful to explore

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Synthesis and characterization of nanocrystalline barium strontium titanate powder by a modified sol-gel processing

/40) calcined at 750 °C for 2 h. As can be seen, the presence of Ba, Sr, Ti and O was detected in the spectra. The results confirm that pure BST is a dominant phase. Furthermore, the composition ratio (Ba/Sr) of the as prepared powder was confirmed using the microarea EDS analysis. Stoichio-metric ratios of the main metallic components of the BST60/40 ceramics are as follows (in mass %): Ba – 38.64 %, Sr – 16.43 %, Ti – 22.44 %. The results of the measurement, given in Fig. 6 , are in acceptable agreement with the stoichiometric ratios mentioned above. Thus, the conservation

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