8,197,721 B2 UCL Business PLC has been awarded a patent for a method of producing thermo-chromic vanadium oxide by atmospheric pressure chemical vapor deposition comprised of the steps of mixing together a vanadium precursor, an oxygen precursor, and, optionally, a transition metal dopant precursor in the presence of an inert gas to form a precursor mixture; reacting together the precursors of the precursor mixture in an atmospheric pressure chemical vapour deposition reactor; and depositing the ther-mochromic vanadium (IV) oxide, characterized in that the vanadium concentration in the precursor mixture is, before reaction, less than 1x10-3 mol/dm3; and the oxygen concentration in the precursor mixture is, before reaction, less than lx10-2 mol/dm3.
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V stands for Vanadium
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Vanadium The idea: In large doses, the mineral can reduce blood sugar levels in laboratory animals.
The material is made of vanadium dioxide imbued with traces of tungsten.
Exposure to excessive vanadium occurs in some occupations and with consumption of some dietary regimens for weight reduction and body building.
A little-known but abundant trace element, vanadium captured the ARS soil scientist's interest a decade ago.
Vanadium Vanadium is a compound found in tiny amounts in plants and animals.