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), cobalt (Co), copper (Cu), chromium (Cr), nickel (Ni), and other toxic elements surrounded by corrosive media produced by biological systems [ 5 , 8 ]. Due to this corrosive media, these types of metal ions will be released in the body and cause tissue

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, “ High NO oxidation catalytic activity on non-noble metal based cobalt-ceria catalyst for diesel soot oxidation .” J. Mol. Catal. A: Chem. , vol. 385 , pp. 112 – 118 , 2014 . 10.1016/j.molcata.2014.01.026 [9] C. Lee , Y. Jeon , S. Hata , J

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Acta Alimentaria
Authors: K. Szentmihályi, G. A. Csiktusnádi-Kiss, Á. Keszler, L. Kótai, M. Candeaias, M. R. Bronze, L. V. Boas, E. Forgács, and I. Spaugner

. I. & Voulgaropoulos, A. N. (1992): Investigation for the determination of ultra trace amounts of cobalt(2+) complexed with 1, 10-phenanthroline by adsorptive voltametry. Fresenius' J. anal. Chetn. , 243 , 352

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This paper presents a algorithm to fit the major hysteresis loop and first magnetization curve. The algorithm uses the equations of the Jiles-Atherton (J-A) model to calculate the M(H) magnetization curve and aims at finding the values of the J-A model parameters. The parameters that initially have been chosen randomly are modified so that the mean square root deviation between the points of the experimental and calculated curve decreases gradually and, in the end, it should attain a minimum pre-established value. The result of minimizing the mean square root deviation is that the calculated curve represents the regression curve. This paper also presents the results obtained for the values of the J-A model parameters for cobalt ferrites obtained through sintering at different temperatures.

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Pollack Periodica
Authors: Lenka Palaščáková, Adriana Eštoková, Magdaléna Bálintová, and Aneta Petriláková

Frías M., Sánchez de Rojas M. I. Total and soluble chromium, nickel and cobalt content in the main materials used in the manufacturing of Spanish commercial cements, Cement and Concrete Research , Vol. 32, No. 3, 2002, pp. 435

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, A. R. (1993): Determination of cadmium, cobalt, iron, nickel and lead in Venezuelan cigarettes by electrothermal atomic absorption spectrometry. J. Anal. At. Spectrom. , 8 , 253-259. Determination of cadmium, cobalt, iron

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Hartley, I.C. & Hart, H.P. (1994): Amperometric measurement of organophosphate pesticides using a screenprinted disposable sensor and biosensor based on cobalt phtalocyanine. Anal. Proc. incl. Anal. Commun. , 31 , 333

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. (1977): Accumulation of cadmium and cobalt by Saccharomyces cerevisiae . J. gen. Microbiol. , 99 , 317-324. Accumulation of cadmium and cobalt by Saccharomyces cerevisiae . J. gen. Microbiol

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] Sarkar K. , Mukherjee , S. , Mukherjee , S. , Mitra M. K. ( 2014 ) Synthesis, characterization and studies on optical, dielectric and magnetic properties of undoped and cobalt doped nanocrystalline bismuth ferrite

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