In this research, silver colloid nanoparticles were firstly produced through chemical reduction method by using polyethylene glycol with low molecular weight.
What does CHRED stand for?
CHRED stands for Chemical Reduction
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Subsequently, the synthesized hybrid material has been used to prepare polymer-graphene hybrid by its chemical reduction using sodium borohydride as a reducing agent.
Subsequent chemical reduction of the nanoribbons from MWCNTs results in restoration of electrical conductivity.
This iron will be combined with other materials and injected into the ground to promote the chemical reduction and bioremediation of a chlorinated solvent that has contaminated soil and ground water at the former manufacturing facility.
The final stage, the tertiary treatment, sees the partly cleaned watersCO chemical reduction of phosphorous content.
Hydride generation begins with the chemical reduction of the arsenic in the sample, followed by a reaction that creates arsenic trihydride, a volatile gas.