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Electron beam effects on amorphous molybdenum oxide nanostructures grown by condensation in hydrogen
Molybdenum trioxide (MoO3) was evaporated from a tungsten resistive source in presence of hydrogen as carrier gas at pressures from 100 Pa to 600 Pa. Crystalline samples of molybdenum oxide were obtained at source temperatures ...
Relative bioavailability of copper and molybdernum sources and effect of molybdenum on molybdnum and copper excretation and tissue accumulation in lambs.
(Gainsville: Universty of Florida, 1992., 2011)
Preparation and characterization of Mo/W bimetallic carbides by using different synthesis methods
Molybdenum and tungsten bimetallic oxides were synthetized according to the following methods: Pechini, coprecipitation and solid state reaction (SSR). After the characterization, those solids were carbureted at programmed ...
Mixed conductivity and lithium diffusion in poly(ethylene oxide) molybdenum disulfide nanocomposites
The electrical conductivity, the lithium diffusion, and the diffusion activation thermodynamics of the nanocomposites arising from the co-intercalation of lithium and poly(ethylene oxide) in molybdenum disulfide, ...
STUDY OF THE MO(VI) CATALYTIC RESPONSE IN THE OXIDATION OF IODIDE BY HYDROGEN-PEROXIDE USING A MONOSEGMENTED CONTINUOUS-FLOW SYSTEM
(Elsevier Science BvAmsterdamHolanda, 1991)
Hydrothermal synthesis of Mo-V mixed oxides possessing several crystalline phases and their performance in the catalytic oxydehydration of glycerol to acrylic acid
The one-step oxydehydration of glycerol to acrylic acid over molybdenum and vanadium mixed oxides was investigated. The Mo-V oxide catalysts were prepared by a simple hydrothermal method under different synthesis and ...
Why do peroxomolybdenum complexes chemoselectively oxidize the sulfur centers of unsaturated sulfides and sulfoxides? A DFT analysis
(Wiley-v C H Verlag GmbhWeinheimAlemanha, 2005)