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flowing, and they have no yield stress. According to Foubert et al. (2006) and Gregersen et al. (2015a, 2015b) relationships between microstructure and macroscopic properties in coatings determine their flowing and textural properties (e.g. hardness

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textural properties are listed in Table 1 . Compared to pure TS-1 (412 m 2 /g), the BET surface area of 4.4 wt% Ag/TS-1 (376 m 2 /g) and 19.9 wt% Ag/TS-1 (301 m 2 /g) decreased by 8.6 and 27%. The decrease in surface area might be due to blockage by Ag

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) The textural properties of Ni/C 1 –MoS 2 , Ni/C 16 –MoS 2 and Ni/C 16 –MoS 2,in after HDS are shown in Table 2 . The surface area of Ni/C 1 –MoS 2 was low and reached a value of only 9.8 m 2 /g. On the contrary, the surface areas of both Ni/C 16

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. L ivneh , B. , K umar , R. & S amaniego , L. , 2015 . Influence of soil textural properties on hydrologic fluxes in the Mississippi river basin . Hydrol. Process . 29 . ( 21 ) 4638 – 4655

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Authors: András Makó, Tamás Varga, Hilda Hernádi, Viktória Labancz, and Gyöngyi Barna

. Booth , A. C. , Fullen , M. A. , Jankauskas , B. & Jankauskienė , G. 2003 . International calibration of the textural properties of Lithuanian eutric albeluvisols . Žeměs ûkio mokslai . 4 . 3 – 10

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.3 5% Au/SiO 2 5.0 4.95 99.0 Textural properties Fig. 5 depicts the N 2

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Nitrogen adsorption isotherms of catalysts ( a ) and BJH pore size distribution of catalysts ( b ) Table 1 Textural properties of the catalysts

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of correlation between the surface acidity and their catalytic activity, indicating more activity determining factors including textural properties, metallic function and others. The selectivity of isoheptanes as a function of temperature is presented

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also more active than the one prepared on Ce–Ti (1/3). These findings are consistent with the textural properties of the supports (S BET = 292 and 156 m 2 g −1 for Ce–Al (20) and Ce–Ti (1/3)). The higher specific surface area of 292 m 2 g −1 is

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activated carbon supported Pt ( a ), Pt–Pd ( b ), Pd ( c ) catalysts Table 1 Textural properties and metal loading of the activated carbon supported noble metal catalysts

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