Paper Title:
Studies and Researches Concerning Utilization of some Al-Ni Alloys with High Concentration of Ni Content as Catalytic Agents in Hydrogenation Reactions of the Organic Compound
  Abstract

This paper presents the method of obtaining in conditions of ultra speed solidification of Al-Ni alloys with high Ni content on purpose to search the catalytic action of the NiAl3 as a separate compound. It is characterized to catalyze from Ni-Al alloy ultra rapid solidificated in fibers with lengths between 20-40 μm.

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Chapter 3: Innovations and Advances in Processing Technology
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Hajo Dieringa, Norbert Hort and Karl Ulrich Kainer
Pages
95-98
DOI
10.4028/www.scientific.net/MSF.690.95
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C. S. A. Alexandru, "Studies and Researches Concerning Utilization of some Al-Ni Alloys with High Concentration of Ni Content as Catalytic Agents in Hydrogenation Reactions of the Organic Compound", Materials Science Forum, Vol. 690, pp. 95-98, 2011
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June 2011
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