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  • Development
  • The development and use of ECL sensors is an excellent example of how, over time, a laboratory curiosity can become a useful, powerful, and commercially viable technique. (chemeducator.org)
  • The role will involve the development of new catalyst support compositions with controlled solids loadings and viscosity, testing new coating techniques such as forming followed by dipping or spraying, optimising the coating properties such as porosity level, adhesion etc. (ul.ie)
  • study
  • The sensors in this study were used to detect real-time changes of metal ions and glucose across human fat cells and frog cells using changes in the electrochemical potential at the interface of the intracellular micro-environment. (nih.gov)
  • thermal
  • The dry synthetic method is usually performed using a thermal technique. (wikipedia.org)
  • Internationally leading faculty experts will provide a historical perspective on HTMD, describe preparation of 'library' samples that cover hundreds or thousands of compositions, explain techniques for characterizing the library to determine the structure and various properties including optical, electronic, mechanical, chemical, thermal, and others. (coursera.org)
  • response
  • Bian C, Wang ZM, Han X et al (2015) Electrochemical response of mild steel in ferrous ion enriched and CO 2 saturated solutions. (springer.com)
  • This paper will describe the current understanding as well as the experimental technique used to obtain the shock response for distended materials. (unt.edu)
  • The response of the electrochemical potential difference of the ZnO nanorods vs. reference electrode to the changes in buffer electrolyte enabled glucose measurements the range of 500 nM to 1 mM and shows that the glucose dependence is linear with sensitivity equal to 42.5 mV/decade (Figure 3) [3, (nih.gov)
  • work
  • The purpose of this work is to investigate techniques of single-crystal growth by electrodeposition. (dtic.mil)
  • variety
  • A variety of techniques exist for generating hydroxyl radicals, with most requiring sources of radiation or caustic oxidizing reagents. (tennessee.edu)