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Why does aluminum clad steel wire have high corrosion resistance?

Why do aluminum clad steel wires have high corrosion resistance despite being two dissimilar metals? Does the aluminum act as a protective & sacrificial layer similar to zinc in galvanization or ...
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pH calculations for boiler water

For water steam cycle in a "combined cycle power plant" containing 3 boiler drums and dosing of 5% ammonia solution in the condenser. How can I calculate the pH of the boiler water in each of the ...
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Generic category of PBT thermoplastic

I'm an EE, but I'm working on a project at work where I need to venture into materials science & chemistry. My question is, does thermoplastic, Polybutylene terephthalate (PBT), fall into any of ...
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Calculate the specific surface area of a mesoporous sample

I'm a nanoengineering student who's been stuck on the following problem for a few days. I've gone back over my professors slides, watched podcasts from an old professor, etc. etc., but don't ...
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Referencing for Air Quality Monitoring

I asked the same question in electronics sub, but since it is more general I am asking it here again. I bought the Sharp dust sensor GP2Y1010AU0F. Below are the graph of readings indoor for ~5 minutes,...
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How can I vaporize metals?

What are some common ways that I can vaporize Metals into a vacuum chamber? How can I keep these Metals in a gaseous state?
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How to quantify adulteration of urea and hydrogen per oxide in cow milk? [closed]

I am very much new in this field and trying to get some information on adulteration of cow milk. I have searched and saw that mostly urea and hydrogen per oxide are mixed with cow milk. I found that ...
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Safely evaporate electrolyte from fragile porous substrate

We have porous ceramic platelets of ~50x5x1 mm³ thickness infiltrated with ammonium nitrate solution (NH4NO3). We want to decompose and evaporate it w/o damaging the fragile substrate (decomposition ...
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Eletrolysis of water

The electrolyser used in the process at 25°C and 10.0 bar exhibits a global yield of 82% with a potential of 1.481 V. Determine the electrical energy that can be electrolyzed by year in order to get ...
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What does it mean by “loops and troughs”? [closed]

Actually, I've asked this question in "English Language & Usage" but someone told me ask it here! What does it mean by "loops and troughs" in: "Source has acquired a pattern of loops and troughs."...
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Mass balance of a recycle stream

I'm a chemical engineer student and I have just started to learn about mass balance without reaction. This is my problem - I want to find Out the mass composition and mass flowrate of stream Y (...
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Calculate the radius of iridium atom, given that Ir has an FFC crystal structure, a density of 22.4 g/cm3 and atomic weight of 192.2g/mol [closed]

Calculate the radius of iridium atom, given that Ir has an FFC crystal structure, a density of $22.4\text{g/cm}^3$. and atomic weight of $192.2\text{g/mol}$. Everyone whom I asked this question ...
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Energy balance for a system

A hydropower plant uses a river to generate electrical energy. It has a drop of $107m$ and the flow rate of water is $275$ $m^3$/$s$. The flow rate of the water is the same in and out of the system. ...
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Are brass and copper utensils safe for humans to eat from? [closed]

In my research over the internet everyone is telling that brass is not safe but still there are solenoid valves, joints, and piping made of brass used in everything like coffee machines, water ...
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is it possible to achieve 1000C temperature in a cabin?

is it possible that if i have a cabin which is insulated from outside but is built with some sort of material like copper and there is a heating element of sort which is providing 100C constantly but ...
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Nylon brittleness as function of moisture content

Can someone explain the how/why Nylons brittleness is to some degree a function of it's moisture content. I don't understand HOW the water content changes the elongation at break of the material. ...
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Chemical engineering calculations - basis

You have a gas of the following compositions : 40% N2, 30% CO2, 30%,CH4 in a tank . What is the Average Molecular Weight of the gas if your compositions is based on molar ? I found that the AMR with ...
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Batteries for electric airplanes [closed]

I'm interested in the development of electric small airplanes with 4 or 6 seats, that could really happen in the following decades. One of the main problems related to this project would be the ...
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Epoxy curing, heat or no heat?

Most if not all of the off-the-shelf epoxies I've used have generated a fair amount of heat while they are hardening. This seems to indicate to me that these are exothermic reaction, i.e. they ...