Sample records for NIQUEL 49 (nickel 49)

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Resistencia al cizallamiento de un sistema totalmente cerámico frente a siete sistemas ceramo-metálicos: estudio comparativo/ Shear resistence of one all-ceramic system versus seven ceramo-metallic systems: a comparative study

Vega del Barrio, José María

Resumen en español En el presente trabajo se mide y compara la resistencia al cizallamiento de la unión ceramocerámica, de un nuevo sistema totalmente cerámico, de óxido de zirconio y su cerámica específica, frente a siete sistemas ceramo-metálicos de los cuales dos son uniones de cromo-niquel a cerámica, cuatro de titanio colado a cerámica y uno de cobalto-cromo a cerámica. Se utilizaron para cada grupo 10 cilindros de dimensiones adecuadas para expresar los resultados en megapas (mas) cales. Una de las bases de cada cilindro fue recubierta por una capa de la cerámica respectiva de 1 mm de espesor y, después, procesada en el horno. Posteriormente se sometieron a una prueba de cizallamiento para medir la resistencia de la unión. Se investigó un total de 80 muestras. En los resultados los valores medios mas altos de la resistencia de la unión, expresados en MPa, se han obtenido con el sistema totalmente cerámico, identificado como grupo VI (47,82 MPa), seguidos de los de cobalto-cromo a cerámica (grupo VII: 41,82 MPa) y de los de niquel-cromo a cerámica (grupo SN: 40,16 MPa y grupo V: 40,32 MPa). Los valores mas bajos se obtuvieron con los sistemas titanio colado a cerámica (grupo III: 37,49 MP; grupo IV: 30,74MPa; grupo II: 29,16 MPa y grupo I: 26,18 MPa). Se realizaron los tests de ANOVA y Student Newman-Keuls (p Resumen en inglés The present paper measures and compares the shear resistance of the ceramo-ceramic junction of a new all-ceramic system (made of zyrconium oxide and its specific ceramic) as opposed to seven ceramometalic systems, out of which two are unions made of two combinations between nickel- chromium alloys and ceramics, four consist of cast titanium plus ceramics and one comprises cobalt-chromium and ceramics. For each group, 10 cylinders of appropriate dimensions were used in ord (mas) er to show the results in Mpa. One of the bases of each cylinder was covered by a layer of the relevant ceramic of 1mm thickness and subsequently processed in the oven. Afterwards they underwent a shear resistance test to measure the junction resistance. A total number of 80 samples were tested. The group VI samples correspond to the testing material (all-ceramic system). Results: the highest average values of the shear resistance (showed in Mpa) were given by the all-ceramic system -identified as group VI (47.82 Mpa)-, followed by the cobalt-chromium alloy to ceramic (group VII: 41.82 Mpa) and the nickel-chromium alloys to ceramic (SN group: 40.16 Mpa and group V: 40.32 MPa). The lowest values were given by the cast titanium to ceramic systems (group III: 37.49 Mpa; group IV: 30.74 Mpa; group II: 29.16 Mpa, and group I: 26.18 Mpa). ANOVA and Student Newman- Keuls calculations (p

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One-nucleon removal cross-sections for C-17,C-19 and B-8,B-10

Cortina-Gil, D.; Baumann, T.; Geissel, H.; Lenske, H.; Sümmerer, K.; Axelsson, L.; Bergmann, U.; García Borge, María José

8 pages, 3 figures, 5 tables-- PACS nrs.: 25.60.Gc; 27.20.+n. | One-neutron removal cross-sections (σ(-1n)) of C-17,C-19 in various targets at about 900 MeV/nucleon, and one-proton removal cross-sections (σ(-1p)) of B-8,B-10 about 1400 MeV/nucleon were measured using the fragment separator FRS at GS...

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Nivel de níquel urinario en niños residentes en ciudades cercanas a megafuentes/ Urinary nickel in children exposed to petcoke pollution

Iglesias A, Verónica; Burgos D, Soledad; Marchetti P, Nella; Silva Z, Claudio; Pino Z, Paulina

Resumen en inglés Background: Petcoke is a remmant of the oil refiningprocess that contains Ni and other heavy metáis. Undesired human exposure to these compounds may result from petcoke combustión in plants located in the vicinity ofthe cities. Aim: To compare levéis of urinary Ni in schoolchildren residing in cities exposed and not exposed to petcoke pollution. Material and methods: A cross sectional study was done in schoolchildren aged 7 to 8 years oíd in two cities in northern Chi (mas) le: Mejillones (n = 59), near to a petcoke plant and Tocopilla (n = 56) as the reference city. First, morning urinary samples were collected and urinary Ni was determined by Atomic Absorption Spectrometry. Socioeconomic and environmental exposure information of families was obtained applying a questionnaire to parents. Múltiple linear regression was performed to identify other variables that may explain urinary Ni differences among the cities. Results: Median level of Ni was higher in Mejillones (4.9 fig/L) than in Tocopilla (3.9 fig/L). Residing in the exposed city was the most important explaining factor (B = 0.26; IC 0.107 - 0.428). Additionally years of residency was associated with urinary Ni (B = 0.03; IC 0.004 - 0.060). Conclusions: Urinary Ni in schoolchildren is higher in the city exposed to petcoke emissions. The difference does not imply that there are concrete hazards for the population s health. However, it warns about the existence of a higher exposure in places where petcoke is used

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