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    • Activation process of air stable nanoscale zero-valent iron particles 

      Ribas Fargas, David; Cernik, M.; Benito Páramo, José Antonio; Filip, J.; Martí Gregorio, Vicenç (2017-07-15)
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      Nanoscale Zero Valent Iron (nZVI) represents a promising material for subsurface water remediation technology. However, dry, bare nZVI particles are highly reactive, being pyrophoric when they are in contact with air. The ...
    • High reactive nano zero-valent iron produced via wet milling through abrasion by alumina 

      Ribas Fargas, David; Pešková, Kristýna; Jubany, Irene; Parma, Pert; Cernik, M.; Benito Páramo, José Antonio; Martí Gregorio, Vicenç (2019-06-15)
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      The performance of new nano zero-valent iron (nZVI) particles produced by a promising new milling method in organic solvent was examined. The basic feature of the new process involves the addition of abrasive alumina ...
    • Improvements in nanoscale zero-valent iron production by milling through the addition of alumina 

      Ribas Fargas, David; Cernik, M.; Martí Gregorio, Vicenç; Benito Páramo, José Antonio (2016-06-02)
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      A new milling procedure for a cost-effective production of nanoscale zero-valent iron for environmental remediation is presented. Conventional ball milling of iron in an organic solvent as Mono Ethylene Glycol produces ...