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9. Zou, H.; Hu, E.; Yang, S.; Gong, L.; He, F.*, Chromium(VI) removal by mechanochemically sulfidated zero valent iron and its effect on dechlorination of trichloroethene as a co-contaminant.Science of the total environment,2019, 650, 419-426.

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1.Wan, S.; Ding, W.; Wang, Y.; Wu, J.; Gu, Y.; He, F.*, Manganese oxide nanoparticles impregnated graphene oxide aggregates for cadmium and copper remediation.Chemical Engineering Journal, 2018, 350, 1135-1143.

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3.He, F.*; Li, Z.; Shi, S.; Xu, W.; Sheng, H.; Gu, Y.; Jiang, Y.; Xi, B., Dechlorination of Excess Trichloroethene by Bimetallic and Sulfidated Nanoscale Zero-Valent Iron.Environmental science & technology, 2018, 52, (15), 8627-8637.

4.Lyu, H.; Gao, B.*; He, F.; Zimmerman, A. R.; Ding, C.; Tang, J.*; Crittenden, J. C., Experimental and modeling investigations of ball-milled biochar for the removal of aqueous methylene blue.Chemical Engineering Journal, 2018, 335, 110-119.

5.Wan, S.; Wu, J.; Zhou, S.; Wang, R.; Gao, B.; He, F.*, Enhanced lead and cadmium removal using biochar-supported hydrated manganese oxide (HMO) nanoparticles: Behavior and mechanism.Science of the Total Environment, 2018, 616, 1298-1306.

6.Liu,X., Cao, Z., Yuan, Z.,Zhang, J.,Guo, X., Yang,Y., He,F.*, Zhao,Y., Xu, J.*. Insight into the kinetics and mechanism of removal of aqueous chlorinatednitroaromatic antibiotic chloramphenicol by nanoscale zero-valent iron.Chem. Eng. J, 2018508-518.

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8.Wang, B., Liu X., Chen,J., Peng ,D., He,F.*.Composition and functional group characterization of extracellular polymeric substances (EPS) in activated sludge: The impacts of polymerization degree of proteinaceous substrates.Water Res, 2018,129,133-142.

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deformation structures in ball milled copper - sciencedirect

deformation structures in ball milled copper - sciencedirect

The deformation structures of copper powder induced by ball milling were studied in detail by using high resolution electron microscopy. It was found that copper powder after 20 h of milling shows the formation of shear bands and a number of mechanical twins. The observed twins belong to two types, i.e. multiple twins and high-order ones. It is suggested that Venables' model on mechanical twins in face-center-cubic metals is reasonable in this case. The generation of mechanical twins could be explained as follows: the shear stress (Pmax) induced by ball milling exceeds the critical shear stress for twinning (); the grain size decreases to a critical value below which twinning rather than slip is the preferred mode of deformation as well as the high strain rates induced by ball milling. The formation of subgrains was found to occur via two routes: they were formed both in the shear bands and at the tip of them or at the tip of the twin boundaries, or at the edge of the larger grains. The subgrains formed via the two ways are in nanometer scale (10100 nm), and their orientations are completely random. The as-received nanograins contained high density of dislocations. The grain boundaries (GBs) of nanocrystalline (NC) Cu are usually ordered, curved and strained, and disordering, lattice distortion and nanovoids in local regions were observed too.

microstructure and morphological study of ball-milled metal matrix nanocomposites | springerlink

microstructure and morphological study of ball-milled metal matrix nanocomposites | springerlink

Due to the difficulty of preparation and beneficial properties achievable, copper and iron matrix nanocomposites are materials for which fabrication via the powder metallurgy route is attracting increasing research interest. The presence of ceramic nanoparticles in their matrix can lead to considerable changes in the microstructure and morphology. The effects of the type of metallic matrix and ceramic nanoparticle on the distribution of nano reinforcements and the morphology of ball-milled composite powders were evaluated in this study. For this purpose, 25 wt % of Al2O3 and SiC nanoparticles were separately ball-milled in the presence of iron and copper metals. The SEM, FESEM, and XRD results indicated that as-received nanoparticles, which were agglomerated before milling, were partially separated and embedded in the matrix of both the metals after the initial stages of ball milling, while prolonged milling was not found to further affect the distribution of nanoparticles. It was also observed that the Al2O3 phase was not thermodynamically stable during ball milling with copper powders. Finally, it was found that the presence of nanoparticles considerably reduce the average size of metallic powder particles.

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A. F. Boostani, S. Yazdani, R. T. Mousavian, S. Tahamtan, R. A. Khosroshahi, and D. Wei, Strengthening mechanisms of graphene sheets in aluminum matrix nanocomposites, Mater. Design 88, 983989 (2015).

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pin-on-disc study of brake friction materials with ball-milled nanostructured components - sciencedirect

pin-on-disc study of brake friction materials with ball-milled nanostructured components - sciencedirect

The role of the copper has been studied with the aim of reducing its concentration in brake friction materials.The design of the friction material was changed introducing two ingredients, nanostructured after ball-milling.Ball milling induced the formation of Cu-ZrO2 clusters that influence the tribological behavior of the new materials.Even in the absence of copper particles, a good friction layer is formed thanks to the wearing of copper fibers.

Copper is an ingredient of the automotive disc brake pads with important functional role. On the other hand, copper is regarded as one of the most hazardous component of the particulate matter released by the brake linings. Legislation in several countries is progressively reducing the tolerated amount of copper in friction materials. In this work, a possible approach to the reduction of copper in brake friction materials is presented. Starting from a commercial, state-of-the art, non-asbestos organic friction material, different formulations have been prepared, changing the microstructure of some of the ingredients, namely copper and zirconia using high energy ball-milling. The wear behavior of the newly developed materials has been tested and validated using pin-on-disc wear tests. One interesting aspect observed is that the wearing out of copper fibres produces fine copper particles entering the friction layer, thus contributing to its compaction. This observation implies that copper powder is not strictly required as a component in the starting friction material to achieve anyway a satisfactory tribological behavior associated with a stable friction layer. Furthermore, the addition of milled components provided interesting indications to be explored further in view of the replacement of copper in brake friction materials.

microstructure development and high tensile properties of he/h2 milled oxide dispersion strengthened copper - sciencedirect

microstructure development and high tensile properties of he/h2 milled oxide dispersion strengthened copper - sciencedirect

Large centimeter sized spherical morphology was obtained in He/H2 milled ODS copper.A (110) texture in micron sized grains was developed on the surface of spheres.Complex microstructural features induced a very high UTS-ductility.

This study describes the effect of microstructural development on high tensile properties of a newly developed He/H2 milled oxide dispersion strengthened copper in a large centimeter sized spherical morphology. Electron back scattered diffraction showed development of a strong texture of (110) plane in micron sized (1.2m) grains on the surface of milled spheres. A combination of microstructural features of inhomogeneous grain size, nanoscale lenticular/rectangular deformation twins, high dislocation density and fine oxide particles distribution induced a very high ultimate tensile strength (688MPa)-ductility (8.6% elongation).

enhanced electrocatalytic and photocatalytic activity of ball milled copper tin sulphide by incorporating go and rgo - sciencedirect

enhanced electrocatalytic and photocatalytic activity of ball milled copper tin sulphide by incorporating go and rgo - sciencedirect

CTS, CTS-GO and CTS-rGO are prepared via ball milling method.The prepared catalyst has been studied for its electrocatalytic and photocatalystic performance.CTS-GO and CTS-rGO catalyst showed excellent electrocatalytic and photocatalytic performance.The possible electrocatalytic and photocatalytic mechanism has been proposed.

In the present work photocatalytic and electrocatalytic activity of CTS-GO and CTS-rGO composites synthesized by ball milling method has been studied. The as synthesized composites were characterized for their structural, morphological and optical properties. Compared to as prepared (Cu3SnS4) CTS; (Cu3SnS4-Graphene Oxide) CTS-GO and (Cu3SnS4-reduced Graphene Oxide) CTS-rGO composites showed enhanced electrocatalytic and photocatalytic activity. Electrocatalytic activity experiments demonstrated that the CTS-GO and CTS-rGO composites exhibited large cathode current density, small Tafel slope and high stability in acidic medium. The photocatalytic activity of CTS-GO and CTS-rGO composites under the irradiation of visible light was evaluated by determining the degradation of methylene blue (MB). The CTS-GO and CTS-rGO composites exhibited an enhanced photocatalytic activity compared to bare CTS. The enhanced photocatalysis is due to the reduction in the recombination of the generated charge carriers, the increased absorption of light and improved dye absorptive with the incorporation of GO and rGO in CTS. The simple and efficient mechano-chemical strategy (ball milling) for preparation of the catalyst is more applicable to industrial production.

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