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2020 IEEE 70th Electronic Components and Technology Conference (ECTC)

ECTC is the premier international conference sponsored by the IEEE Components, Packaging and Manufacturing Society. ECTC paper comprise a wide spectrum of topics, including 3D packaging, electronic components, materials, assembly, interconnections, device and system packaging, optoelectronics, reliability, and simulation.


2020 IEEE International Conference on Plasma Science (ICOPS)

IEEE International Conference on Plasma Science (ICOPS) is an annual conference coordinated by the Plasma Science and Application Committee (PSAC) of the IEEE Nuclear & Plasma Sciences Society.


2020 IEEE Nuclear Science Symposium and Medical Imaging Conference (NSS/MIC)

All areas of ionizing radiation detection - detectors, signal processing, analysis of results, PET development, PET results, medical imaging using ionizing radiation


2020 IEEE Photovoltaic Specialists Conference (PVSC)

Promote science and engineering of photovoltaic materials, devices, systems and applications


IGARSS 2020 - 2020 IEEE International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium

All fields of satellite, airborne and ground remote sensing.


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Striations in a Low-Pressure RF-Driven Argon Plasma

IEEE Transactions on Plasma Science, 2008

Striations are a common occurrence in plasma science. Striations are a poorly understood but very elegant phenomenon that we observed in a low-pressure RF- driven argon plasma.


Bromine trifluoride as an oxidizing solvent for lithium batteries

Proceedings of the 34th International Power Sources Symposium, 1990

Properties of bromine trifluoride were investigated. Electrochemical measurements were made. The fast Fourier transform technique was used to measure AC impedance spectra below 5 Hz. A Teflon-coated platinum wire with only the end exposed to the solvent yielded a stable reference electrode potential for BrF/sub 3/ studies. A passivating fluoride film stabilizes the lithium anode in BrF/sub 3/, and open-circuit ...


The dielectric and thermal behavior of some n-ALKYL bromides in the solid state

1949 Conference on Electrical Insulation, 1949

The dielectric constant is a very useful tool for studying molecular freedom and phase changes in organic polar compounds. Its magnitude can be used as an indication of the degree of orientational freedom of molecules in both liquid and solid phases. Thermal behavior is another useful tool, which, when combined with dielectric constant data, can often be helpful in describing ...


Removal of Bromate from Water by Silver-Supported Activated Carbon

2009 International Conference on Energy and Environment Technology, 2009

Batch experiments were conducted to make a comparison in bromate removal between the silver-supported activated carbon (silver-AC) and virgin grander activated carbon(GAC). The probable mechanism of the better behavior of silver-AC was discussed. The effect of initial bromate concentration, pH and co-exist anions were also investigated in the study. Results showed that the removal efficiency of bromate increased about 25% ...


Thermal variance investigation and scintillation mechanisms of Cs2LiLaBr6−xClx:Ce (CLLBC) and Cs2LiYBr6:Ce (CLYB)

2015 IEEE Nuclear Science Symposium and Medical Imaging Conference (NSS/MIC), 2015

We perform an investigation into the scintillation processes and performance of elpasolites Cs2LiLaBr6-xClx:Ce (CLLBC) and Cs2LiYBr6:Ce (CLYB) using a thermal cycle over a range of -20 to +50° C. At 10° increments, we acquire data with both a waveform digitizer and charge-integrating electronics. We identify decay components and evaluate decay times, thermal neutron gamma- equivalent energy (GEE), and pulse shape ...


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  • Striations in a Low-Pressure RF-Driven Argon Plasma

    Striations are a common occurrence in plasma science. Striations are a poorly understood but very elegant phenomenon that we observed in a low-pressure RF- driven argon plasma.

  • Bromine trifluoride as an oxidizing solvent for lithium batteries

    Properties of bromine trifluoride were investigated. Electrochemical measurements were made. The fast Fourier transform technique was used to measure AC impedance spectra below 5 Hz. A Teflon-coated platinum wire with only the end exposed to the solvent yielded a stable reference electrode potential for BrF/sub 3/ studies. A passivating fluoride film stabilizes the lithium anode in BrF/sub 3/, and open-circuit potentials exceeding 5.1 V can be obtained for the Li/BrF/sub 3//Pt cell. The Li/BrF/sub 3//Pt cell shows good discharge performance up to 50 mA/cm/sup 2/ at 50 degrees C. Higher current densities, however, lead to a rapid decline in potential that is attributed to the rate-limiting transport of lithium ions across the passivating film. The cathode reaction, involving the reduction of BrF/sub 3/ to form Br/sub 2/ and F/sup -/, is markedly affected by the nature of the cathode substrate. Stable open-circuit potentials were observed on Pt and Ir, and the reduction of BrF/sub 3/ occurs readily. Mixed potentials are apparently established on Fe, Co, Ni and Cu electrodes due to the corrosion and passivation of these metals in BrF/sub 3/.<>

  • The dielectric and thermal behavior of some n-ALKYL bromides in the solid state

    The dielectric constant is a very useful tool for studying molecular freedom and phase changes in organic polar compounds. Its magnitude can be used as an indication of the degree of orientational freedom of molecules in both liquid and solid phases. Thermal behavior is another useful tool, which, when combined with dielectric constant data, can often be helpful in describing phase changes in terms of crystalline structure and orientational freedom of dipoles in solids.

  • Removal of Bromate from Water by Silver-Supported Activated Carbon

    Batch experiments were conducted to make a comparison in bromate removal between the silver-supported activated carbon (silver-AC) and virgin grander activated carbon(GAC). The probable mechanism of the better behavior of silver-AC was discussed. The effect of initial bromate concentration, pH and co-exist anions were also investigated in the study. Results showed that the removal efficiency of bromate increased about 25% by using silver-AC, a much better removal. Bromate reduction by silver-AC increases as the solution pH decreases. And the bigger the initial concentration was, the larger of BrO3-removal capacity by silver-AC was. Cl-, F-and Br-had a slight effect on the removal of BrO3-while SO42-, CO32-, NO3-and PO43-showed a stronger influence. The affinity of the anions for silver-AC sites decreased in the following order CO32->PO43->SO42-> NO3->Br->Cl->F-when the co-exist anion concentration was 10 mg/L.

  • Thermal variance investigation and scintillation mechanisms of Cs2LiLaBr6−xClx:Ce (CLLBC) and Cs2LiYBr6:Ce (CLYB)

    We perform an investigation into the scintillation processes and performance of elpasolites Cs2LiLaBr6-xClx:Ce (CLLBC) and Cs2LiYBr6:Ce (CLYB) using a thermal cycle over a range of -20 to +50° C. At 10° increments, we acquire data with both a waveform digitizer and charge-integrating electronics. We identify decay components and evaluate decay times, thermal neutron gamma- equivalent energy (GEE), and pulse shape discrimination (PSD) performance. Results are compared to common Cs2LiYCl6:Ce (CLYC).

  • Removal of Bromate by Ferrous Sulfate Reduction in Drinking Water

    Removal of bromate by ferrous sulfate reduction was studied using water plant filter effluent spiked with bromate. Effects of FeSO4 dosage, reaction time, pH and DO concentration on bromate reduction were investigated. Removal of residue total iron by GAC was also studied. Results showed that, when initial bromate concentration is about 25 mug/L, pH is 7.2, DO concentration is 2.3 mg/L, temperature is (25plusmn1)degC, the concentration of bromate can be reduced to 8.6 mug/L at FeSO4 dosage of 20 mg/L, which is satisfying with the water quality standard. The GAC filter has a high effect on the total iron's removal. The concentration of total iron can be reduced from 7.4 mg/L to less than 0.3 mg/L by 1 m high GAC filter column with a EBCTof 20 min.

  • Study of Bromate Formation and Control by Ozonation-Biological Activated Carbon Process

    The formation of bromate by ozonation-biological activated carbon process is a problem of drinking water treatment. By pilot test, the influence of bromide ion concentration, contact time of ozone column, ozone dosage, Ct value, changes of water quality and adsorption time of activated carbon column on bromate formation and control were investigated. The results showed that when [Br-]=100~500μg/L, t=3~15min, the process operating parameters could be adjusted to control the concentration of BrO3-which did not exceed the amount of 10μg/L. The changes of TOC, UV254, temperature, ammonia nitrogen, pH would affect the concentration of BrO3-formation. When the adsorption time of biological activated carbon column reached 20 min, the average removal efficiency of BrO3-could achieve 62.24%. When [Br-]⩽300μg/L, the Water quality of ozonation-biological activated carbon process could meet the requirements of [BrO3-]<10μg /L.

  • Studying phase equilibrium liquid-vapor in the system UF/sub 6/-BRF/sub 3/ with 343.15 and 353.15 K

    The given paper studies the liquid-vapor phase equilibrium in the system UF6-BrF3 under temperatures of 343.15 and 353.15 K. For the experiments, bromine trifluoride and industrial uranium hexafluoride were used. Cleaning UF6 and BrF3 from HF was performed by long low-temperature vacuum distillation laws of phase equilibria. Thus, the thermodynamic analysis of experimental and calculated data by the phase equilibriums liquid-vapor in the system UF6-BrF3 at the temperatures 343.15 K and 353.15 K revealed their conformity to main laws of phase equilibriums. Obtained experimental data show the capability of dividing the considered system into pure components by the methods of distillation and rectification.

  • Calorimetric determination of thermal parameters of the Li/BrCl in SOCl/sub 2/ (BCX) chemistry

    The heat capacity of a Li-BCX DD-cell was found to be dependent on its state of charge by drop calorimetry measurements. The method of drop calorimetry involves measuring the energy (Joules) gained or lost from a sample that is transferred from a bath at temperature A to one at temperature B. The thermoneutral potential is defined as the cell potential where the cell electrochemical reactions are neither exothermic nor endothermic. A Hart scientific calorimeter system, Model Hash S77XX, designed for heat conduction calorimetry and drop calorimetry was used. Calorimetric analysis yielded a thermoneutral potential of 4.14 volts and a cell heat capacity dependent on the state of charge.<>

  • Effect of Ammonia and pH Combinations on the Formation of Ozonation and Chlorination By-Products in Bromide-Containing Water

    Ammonia addition and pH depression can inhibit the formation of bromate in ozonated drinking water by reacting with free bromine (HOBr/OBr-), an intermediate in bromate formation, to form bromamines and other bromoorganic disinfection byproducts. This study was performed to assess the effects of ammonia and pH value combinations on the formation of bromate and THMs during ozonation and chlorination in semi-batch reactor. The results show that the effects of bromate and THMs formation were more strongly influenced by ammonia concentration than pH value. The addition of ammonia dramatically decreased the formation of brominated THMs.



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