ceria


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ceria

(ˈsɪərɪə)
n
(Elements & Compounds) another name (not in technical usage) for ceric oxide
[New Latin, from cerium]
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The bottom layer contains base metal oxides, such as Ni supported on ceria (Ni/Ce[O.
In the United States, grandparents from families of ethnically diverse backgrounds tend to take on greater responsibility for their grandchildren than do White grandparents (KataokaYahiro, Ceria, & Caulfield, 2004).
For the report, Sun Star quotes from the Facebook exchanges between Ceria and the patient's stepson.
The high temperature tetragonal form can be stabilized at room temperature by addition of various oxides, including yttria, ceria, calcia or magnesia [22-23].
They cover historical aspects since the middle of the 20th century; sintering simplified: surface area, density, and grain size relations; rheology and kinetics of pressure sintering; dilatometry coupled with mass spectrometry as instruments for process control in sintering powder metallurgy steels; sintering mechanisms of functionally graded cemented carbides; doped ceria based solid oxide fuel cell electrolytes and their sintering aspects; and sintering and the microstructural modification of seeded and neodymium doped lanthanum hexa-aluminate.
2] nanospheres, ZnO nanospheres, ceria nanocontainers, carbon nanotubes (CNTs), etc.
Instead, many farms are given to an agricultural development contractor called Ceria Sdn.
Jacqui Jepson, Mold Alun pupils India Cowley, Reece |Hughes and Ceria Mathias, and head of Dyfed House, Steph Hodby get together to discuss fundraising in Sarah J's Place, a bench at the school dedicated to the memory of Sarah Jepson A group of Year 8 students from St Richard Gwyn Catholic High School in Flint, recently baked and sold cakes to raise money for the charity CAFOD (Catholic Fund For Overseas Development).