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REVIEW February 21 2024
A review of photocatalytic CO2 reduction: exploring sustainable carbon emission mitigation from thermodynamics to kinetics and strategies for enhanced efficiency
To mitigate the increased CO2 emission, CO2 reduction to multi-carbon fuels or other useable substances is an appealing yet essential approach. Since, reduction of CO2 is a thermodynamically uphill process, an economical CO2 fixation is only achievable if energy source used is o...
ORIGINAL ARTICLE January 19 2024
Systematic determination of the optimized Zr content of Ba(ZrxTi1-x) O3 with high dielectric constant at room temperature for high-voltage system application
In this study, by replacing the B-site element in BaTiO3, a ferroelectric material, with an element with a larger ionic radius, a ferroelectric material with high permittivity at room temperature was synthesized. The powders were prepared by solidstate reaction to perform lattic...
ORIGINAL ARTICLE February 5 2024
Weibull statistical analysis of fracture behavior and Vicker’s hardness of yttria ceramics sintered at various temperatures
This study systematically investigated the microstructural evolution of hot-pressed sintered Yttria ceramics by varying the sintering temperature. Mechanical properties, including Vickers hardness, were rigorously assessed to gain insights into the material’s response to differ...
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