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A Study of Carbonized Lignin as an Alternative to Carbon Black

The properties of carbonized lignin nanoparticles were investigated to determine if this material could be used as an environmentally-friendly alternative to carbon black. The observed surface area of the carbonized lignin was found to be higher than that of carbon black because the powder is ...

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Determination of the thermal transport properties of ammonia borane and its thermolysis product (polyiminoborane) using the transient plane source technique 

The purpose of this study was to measure the thermal properties of ammonia borane and polyiminoborane with the transient plane source (TPS) method to analyze their applicability to heat storage systems. Tests results showed that the thermal diffusivity and thermal conductivity of ammonia borane increased ...

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Thermal conductivity and adhesion properties of thermally conductive pressure-sensitive adhesives

Thermally conductive pressure-sensitive adhesives (TC-PSA) are used in electronic devices and industrial applications. This paper examined how particle size, shape, and the addition of a coupling agent (GSP) affected the thermal conductivity of TC-PSA. A thermophysical properties analyzer measured the thermal conductivity of the particle-filled ...

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Simultaneous determination of thermal conductivity and thermal diffusivity of food and agricultural materials using a transient plane-source method

Since there was no literature on using the transient plane source method for the measurement of thermal conductivity and diffusivity of food products the authors did it themselves. They tested a variety of products including water, mineral oil, ethanol, beef, chicken and apples and determined ...

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Influence of pH on Nanofluids- Viscosity and Thermal Conductivity

This article outlines the effect of adding Al2O3 and Cu nanoparticles to water and measuring the thermal conductivities and viscosities of the mixtures. The effect of pH was taken into account and it was found that there are optimal pH values for each of ...

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