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The chemical mechanical polishing of Copper (Cu-CMP) is a complex and poorly understood process. Despite this, it is widely used throughout the semiconductor and microelectronics industries, and makes up a significant portion of wafer processing costs. In these contexts, desirable polishing...
A series of Ir1–xCux (x = 0–0.5) hydrous oxide nanoparticles (HO-np) were prepared simply by stirring solutions of IrCl3 hydrate and CuCl2 hydrate in aqueous KOH under air. Their water oxidation activities were measured in 0.1 M HClO4. The Ir0.89Cu0.11 HO-np was the most active catalyst in the...
Pine sawdust biochars produced at 300 and 550 °C with and without steam activation were assessed for its sorption capacity for phosphate and copper (Cu (II)) in aqueous solutions using batch sorption experiments, including isotherm and kinetic studies. This study implied that pine sawdust...
Hydrogen sulfide (H2S) is a major contaminant of industrial gas streams. Amongst the various methods used for its removal, adsorption by metal oxides is the most promising. Copper oxide (CuO) is shown to have superior H2S removal capability at room temperature. H2S removal at room...
Response of eight Canadian spring wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) cultivars to copper: Copper content in the leaves and grainDownload
Concentrations of copper (Cu) in the youngest fully emerged leaves (YFEL) and grain of eight widely grown Canadian spring wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) cultivars, Biggar, Columbus, Conway, Katepwa, Laura, Oslo, Park and Roblin, were determined. l,eaves were sampled at five growth rtulE f.o. field...
Response of eight Canadian spring wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) cultivars to copper: Pollen viability, grain yield plant-1 and yield componentsDownload
Eight Canadian spring wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) cultivars, Katepwa, Roblin, Park, Laura, Conway, Oslo, Columbus and Biggar., were tested in the field for copper (Cu) use efficiency. The experiment was conducted at Stony Plain, Alberta on an Orthic, Dark Grey, Chernozemic, Cu deficient 10.48 pg...