An active metal (12) is implanted in the tissue.
Active metal fuel cells are provided.
The supported catalyst comprising at least one active metal and at least one promoter metal attached to a support.
The catalyst comprises a precious metal and at least one active metal on a modified silica support.
Said catalyst takes the form of an active metal comprising at least one metal of subgroup VIII of the periodic table, said metal being applied to a support which has macropores.
The corrosion-protection composition is substantially free of hexavalent chromium, capable of forming a film on an active-metal substrate, and is substantially non-reactive with the active-metal substrate.
The active-metal electrode and halomethane solution both partake in the electrochemical reaction.
The method involves fabricating a lithium electrode or other active metal electrode without depositing the barrier layer on a layer of metal.
Palladium is preferred as the active metal and silver as the promoter metal.
Provided is a ceramic-metal bonded body wherein a ceramic substrate and a metal plate are bonded with an active metal soldering layer.
The ceramic-metal bonded body is characterized in that at least one kind of a transition metal selected from among the group VIII elements specified by the periodic table is contained in the active metal soldering layer.
Th-e process regenerates and enhances both supported and dispersed active metal (DAM) catalysts.
The active metal is selected from the group consisting of rhodium, ruthenium, rhenium, platinum, palladium, iridium, and osmium.