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Fabrication of an oxidation-resistant beta--NiAl coating on gamma(p)-TiAl.

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Fabrication of anodic porous alumina using anodizing of aluminium film electrochemically deposited from ionic liquids.

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Porous alumina was prepared by anodizing electrochemically deposited aluminium (AI) films in an acidic aqueous solution. The Al films were electrodeposited on copper plates from ionic liquid baths containing Al*3+ ions. AlCl3-trimethylphenylammonium chloride (TMPAC), AlCl3-1-ethyl-3-methylimidazolium chloride (EMIC, and Al3Cl-1-butyl-1-methylpyrrolidium chloride (BPC) were used as ionic liquid baths for Al electroplating. The Al film deposited from the AlCl3-EMIC bath was the thickest of the films obtained from different baths. The Al films plated from ionic liquid baths were then anodized at 40 V in 0.8 M oxalic acid aqueous solution at 16°C for 4 h to form porous alumina films, which showed arrayed pores of the same diameter in arrangements that were mutually parallel and perpendicular to the substrate surface. The average hole period was 99-106 nm.

Fabrication of arrays magnetic nanowires by electrodeposition using porous anodic alumina template.

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Alumina template-synthesized magnetic nanowires have become attractive in recent years. The latest research progress in fabrication of various highly ordered nanowire arrays materials by electrodeposition is reviewed, the application prospects of magnetic nanowires are also discussed.

Fabrication of artificial bone by anodic oxidation of titanium.

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Fabrication of automotive heat exchanger using kinetic spraying process.

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SURF The conventional manufacturing process of the automotive brazed heat exchanger includes complex preparation processes before brazing: aluminum brazing filler alloy is pre-claded on both sides of a fin by an extrusion method, and holed aluminum tubes are coated on both sides with Zn for corrosion protection by a wire arc spraying process.

Fabrication of Barium Titanate Ferroelectric Layers by Electrophoretic deposition Technique

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Fabrication of BaTiO3-Y:Eu composite micropatterns by combination of laser induced pyrolysis method and nanocrystalline seeding technique.

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Fabrication of boron doped diamond microband electrodes for electrochemical detection in a microfluidic channel.

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Fabrication of calcium phosphate/chitosan coatings on AZ91D magnesium alloy with a novel method.

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SURF Four calcium phosphate/chitosan composite films were fabricated on the surface of micro-arc oxidized (MAO)-AZ91D alloy through electrophoretic deposition (EDP) followed by a conversion process of the coatings in a phosphate buffer solution (PBS). In the EPD process, nano hydroxyapatite (n-HA, Ca10(PO4) 6(OH)2) and Ca(OH)2 in the layers were obtained from a n-HA/ethanol suspension and a n-HA/chitosan-acetic acid aqueous solution, respectively. After immersion into PBS, brushite (DCPD, CaHPO4ú2H2O) and new HA were introduced into the deposited layers. The percentage of Ca(OH)2 in the deposited layers played an important role in developing the new phase in the conversion layers. When the percentages of Ca(OH)2 in the deposited layers were 32 wt. % and 54 wt. %, the main phase of the conversion layers was DCPD with a little HA. However, when the percentages of Ca(OH)2 were 64 wt. % and 100 wt. %, the main phase of the conversion layers became HA with a little DCPD. The calcium phosphate/chitosan coatings with more homogeneous bioactive layers and better adhesion strength on MAO-AZ91D alloy substrate were obtained from the electrolyte whose volume percentages of the n-HA/chitosan-acetic acid aqueous solution being 60% and 80%.So, EPD combined with a conversion process into PBS could be a promising method for the preparation of new calcium phosphate/chitosan coatings.

Fabrication of Carbon Anode for Lithium ion Secondary Batteries Prepared by Electrophoretic Deposition Method

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The electrophoretic deposition of the artificial graphite particle, KS-25, on copper foil was examined in an acetonitrile bath containing additives such as triethylamine (TEA), tetramethylguanidine (TMG), and pyridine (Py). The charge-discharge capability of carbon anode for the Li-ion secondary battery prepared by the electrophoretic deposition method was estimated. Graphite particles were deposited electrophoretically on the anode substrate. The amount of graphite particle on Cu foil increased with an increasing deposition voltage, deposition time, and TEA concentration and was controllable in the range from 0 to 10mg.cm*2. The carbon anode provided relatively flat charge and discharge potentials (0 to 0.3V vs. L/Li*+) and high current capability (310 mAh.g-*1). Compared with the carbon anode composed of artificial graphite particles have a smaller grain size (KS-6, improvement in charge-discharge efficiency of the carbon anode with KS-25 particles was able to be observed in several of the early cycles. Moreover, the relationship between the potential and additive concentration, as well as the relationship between the amount of graphite particles deposited on Cu substrate and pKa of additives, and the results of the XPS measurement of graphite particle surface suggested that the charging of the graphite particle surface was caused by the deprotonation of carboxyl and alcohol groups by additives such as TEA, TMG, and Py.

Fabrication of carbon foams with high mechanical properties derived from sucrose/polyacrylamide hydrogel.

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DIAM The physical foaming and gel casting techniques are combined to fabricate carbon foams with high mechanical properties, which is based on the interaction of the three-dimensional polymer networks by using sucrose/polyacrylamide hydrogel as the carbon precursor. After the thermal polymerization and carbonization, a high carbon yield (94.96% of the theoretical value) of carbon foams is attributed to the high cross-linking degree of sucrose/polyacrylamide hydrogel. Besides, anionic surfactant sodium dodecyl sulfate (SDS) is utilized to enhance the foaming ability. The well-defined cell structures of carbon foams are easily controlled by adjusting the contents of sucrose and SDS. The density of carbon foams is regulated in the range of 0.170.93 g/cm*3, whereas the compressive strength is in the range of 3.0108.0 MPa. Carbon foams prepared by this method showed a fracture-dominated mechanical behavior and are purely brittle. Furthermore, energy as high as 23.52 MJ·m-*3 can be absorbed when compressed.

Fabrication of carbon nanotube based transparent conductive thin films using layer-by-layer technology.

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Fabrication of Cathodes for Electrodeposition of Thin Metallic Filaments

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Means of making a cathode for E/F of thin metal filaments in a given pattern. Porous flat plate is masked to give intended pattern of filaments. A matching flat cathode is prepared, optionally with adherent intermediate coating. An insulating material such as epoxy resin based ink is pressure fed through porous plate & printed onto cathode base so providing a masked pattern. Stainless steel or titanium are suggested mandrel metals.

Fabrication of Ceramic Metal Bonded Composite

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Fabrication of chitosan/silver nanocomposites based on electrochemical methods for removing formaldehyde in air.

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