The pure hydrogen-bonded liquid crystals and their mixtures
hydrogen-bonded liquid crystals …
In this thesis metal coordination, hydrogen bond (HB) and halogen bond (XB) have been used for the design and synthesis of self-assembled systems tailored to topological studies, separation processes, obtainment of supramolecular functional materials.
The study of proton dynamics in some hydrogen bonded crystals
"It takes only 1.25 amps of DC voltage to break the hydrogen/oxygen bond. The higher the amperage above this, the easier it is to break tighter electron bonds of hydrogen and oxygen from other substances - such as nitrogen."
Molecular Interactions (Noncovalent Interactions)
Table sugar 'sucrose' is a disaccharide made up of a glucose and fructose molecule joined together by a glycosidic linkage. Hydrolysis breaks the glycosidic bond and converts it into glucose and fructose:
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The most common use of nickel is for electroplating. Vast amounts of the metal are used in nickel plating and waste streams of aqueous nickel sulfate have to be dealt with. Besides being an expensive metal, nickel ions are toxic in the environment and have serious health hazards. Most commonly, the nickel (II) ions are precipitated as the hydroxide. Recovery of nickel can be right up to 100%. This suggests a great EEI, partly because the method of recovery can influence the yield.
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Heating the water to a higher temperature leads to a smaller voltage being required to achieve the same rate of hydrogen production (as measured by the electrical current). Alternatively, at higher temperatures, if the voltage is held constant then the current will increase and so will the rate of hydrogen output. So there is the basis for a good EEI. Make sure you pay attention to the controlled variables: electrode type and area, concentration of electrolyte, and so on. Because polarisation can affect the variables, it may be best to take your measurements quickly after the start. Note: rather than use an electrolytic cell, a similar investigation can be undertaken using electrochemical cells (as above). In that case the Nernst Equation applies and you can easily see how the absolute temperature is factored in.