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Catalyst Deactivation 1997
Initial conversion decreases with S/Pd ratio but only changes slightly from 1 to 5
hours of TOS. When the conversion at 100°C and 1 h of TOS is plotted versus S/
Pd ratio for the poisoned, unreduced catalyst, it yields an almost linear decrease
G.A. Fuentes, C.H. Bartholomew, 1997
Condensed Matter Nuclear Science: Proceedings of the 11th ...
Introduction: Reasons to Measure, In Situ, the Resistive Thermal Coefficient of
the Pd Cathode To detect excess heat in cold fusion experiments one of the most
important parameters is the deuterium (D) over palladium (Pd) ratio, D/Pd. It is ...
Proceedings of the Symposium on Electrochemistry and ...
The slope was ploted against Li/Pd ratio in Fig. 8. Although the current densitied
are different, all the data fits to a single straght line. This means that the diffusion
of Li in Pd is affected by the Li concentration. The electrochemical field does not ...
B. E. Conway, Gregory Jerkiewicz, 1995
The Pt/Pd ratio varies with geographic location: an average Pt/Pd ratio for the
layer in the eastern Bushveld is 0.94 (Gain, 1985) and in the western Bushveld is
2.5. Pt and Pd for two western Bushveld UG2] chromitite intersections (Hiemstra,
Learning and Collective Creativity: Activity-Theoretical and ...
Let us suppose that an activity starts out with low PD ratio and low stabilization.
As the field starts to become structured—the creatures start to find their way
around a landscape (as the theorist would say)—PD ratio will increase. A
network of ...
Annalisa Sannino, Viv Ellis, 2013
Contemporary Psychological Research on Social Dilemmas
However, the simulation was conducted so that the number of those who die off
and those who enter are equal. Therefore, the size of population does not
change during the simulation. PD-ratio: PD-ratio = 0.1, 0.3, 0.5, 0.7, 0.9 Two
... exhibited low activity had a H2/Pd ratio of 0.3. As the catalyst activated and
reached its maximum rate the H2/Pd ratio increased to 1.6, and finally after 7 h on
stream the partially deactivated catalyst exhibited a H2/Pd ratio of 1.25. The role
J. J. Spivey, Royal Society of Chemistry, 1999
New Topics in Catalysis Research
As is seen, the P/Pd ratio affects considerably the monomer conversion and
polymer molecular weights. In a range of P/Pd ratio from 1 to 4 an optimum
conversion at P/Pd=2 and a higher intrinsic viscosity at P/Pd=3 were obtained.
Lower and ...
David K. McReynolds, 2007
Somewhat underestimated values of saturation and hydrogenation potentials
have been achieved for catalysts with a N: Pd ratio of 5: 1. The change in the
catalytic activity of PVP-Pd, obtained by altering the concentration of starting
E. A. Bekturov, S. E. Kudaibergenov, 2008
Cell Physiology Sourcebook: Essentials of Membrane Biophysics
Pf/Pd Ratio for the DissolutioneDiffusion Model The expressions for Pf in
Equation 16.60 and Pd in Equation 16.65 derived for a lipid membrane under
identical assumptions (equilibrium at the interfaces with relatively slow diffusion
across the ...
Nicholas Sperelakis, 2012