multimetallic

multimetallic

(ˌmʌltɪməˈtælɪk)
adj
(Metallurgy) comprising or involving more than one metal
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[18] investigated the deposition of carbon fiber surface by multimetallic particles using an electroless plating process.
However, commercialization of fuel cells is extremely sensitive to the high costs of the catalysts using Pt, Au, or their multimetallic combinations.
Galarraga and P Pereira-Almao, "Hydrocracking of athabasca bitumen using submicronic multimetallic catalysts at near in-reservoir conditions," Energy and Fuels, vol.
Jantan et al., "Bifunctional chalcogen linkers for the stepwise generation of multimetallic assemblies and functionalized nanoparticles," Inorganic Chemistry, vol.
Delcourt, "Radiation-induced synthesis of mono- and multimetallic clusters and nanocolloids," New Journal of Chemistry, vol.
No or only slight differences between the investigated populations were observed, and it showed that chronic multimetallic stress had no influence on the antioxidant activity.
In terms of Iran's structural division, this area is located in the western Alborz subzone in central Iran (Alavi, 1996) (figure 1), and from metallogenic point of view, it belongs to the multimetallic belt of Tarom-Hashtjin (Ghorbani, 2013).
Floating plates of granite covering the steel, multimetallic matter.
The paper is titled "Highly Crystalline Multimetallic Nanoframes with Three-Dimensional Electrocatalytic Surfaces." The other corresponding author is Vojislav Stamenkovic, a chemist with ANL's Materials Science Division, who led the testing of this new class of electrocatalysts.
Multimetallic species are ubiquitous in nature as active sites in a variety of metalloenzymes and are playing a significant and expanding role in industrial chemical catalysts.