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  • Chemistry Europe - Wiley Online Library

    Founded in 1995, Chemistry Europe is an association of 16 chemical societies from 15 European countries, representing over 75,000 chemists. It publishes a family of high-quality scholarly chemistry journals, covering a very broad range of disciplines. Its mission is to evaluate, publish, disseminate, and amplify the scientific excellence of ...

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  • Emerging concepts in the science of vaccine adjuvants

    For example, Sékaly and colleagues studied the innate immune response in humans to synthetic double-stranded RNA (polyinosinic:polycytidylic acid (poly(I:C)) stabilized with poly-l-lysine (poly(ICLC))), an agonist for TLR3 and MDA5 (ref. 229). Transcriptional analysis of blood samples, after subcutaneous administration of poly(ICLC), showed upregulation of genes involved in multiple innate immune …

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  • Emerging concepts in the science of vaccine adjuvants ...

    2021-4-6 · These observations in mice provide mechanistic insights into the adjuvant effects of squalene-based adjuvants such as MF59, but the extent to which such mechanisms operate in humans remains to …

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  • Structural basis for nutrient acquisition by dominant ...

    2017-1-11 · Our results provide mechanistic insights into OM nutrient import by members of the microbiota, which is of major significance for understanding the human-microbiota symbiosis. To elucidate the mechanism of substrate acquisition by SusCD complexes via X-ray crystallography we initially tried to overexpress several B. thetaiotaomicron ( B. theta ) SusC homologues in the OM of E. …

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  • The Chemical Recycling of Polyesters ... - Chemistry

    A recent kinetic study revealed these complexes to adopt unusual behaviour, noting curved Arrhenius plots and variable activation energies, whilst observing the formation of Me-LA as low as −20 °C. 153 Yang et al. 154 recently reported Zn(HMDS) 2 as a highly efficient catalyst for the transesterification of a variety of polyesters including PLA, poly(β-butyrolactone) (PBL), poly(δ-valerolactone) (PVL) and …

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  • Monocytes, neutrophils, and platelets cooperate to ...

    Subsequently, cells were centrifuged at 12,600 rpm for 30 min and the supernatant was collected. Freshly isolated human neutrophils were plated at 10 5 on poly-l-lysine–coated FluoroDishes and incubated for 15 min at 37°C with platelets in the presence of 100 nM PMA and 20 µg/ml aprotinin. Short-term incubation with PMA does not lead to NET formation.

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  • Chlorine-resistance of reverse osmosis (RO) polyamide ...

    2017-9-1 · The incorporation of NPs in sulfonated poly(arylene ether sulfone)-based membranes proved to be a successful strategy to achieve chlorine-resistant TFN membranes. The addition of hyperbranched PA-grafted silica NPs resulted into free amine and extra amide groups in the co-polymer and in an increase in H-bonding.

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  • Chlorine attack on reverse osmosis membranes:

    2017-11-1 · The resulting membranes offered more chlorine resistance attack (NaOCl 200 ppm, 96 h) compared to conventional poly(phenylenediamine/TMC) and poly(piperazine/TMC) composite membranes. This is because NHCO- groups in PA linked to the triazine ring to form a conjugated structure that decreased the reactivity of N atom of NHCO- groups and formed more stable poly(melamine/TMC) than poly…

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  • Recent advances in the application of magnetic Fe 3 O

    2021-1-4 · Westerhoff et al. examined the removal of 60 kinds of PPCPs and EDCs in drinking water source by coagulation and precipitation via aluminum sulfate. However, the removal rate of 46 kinds of ECs was less than 20%, compared to that of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons at …

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  • Micro- and nano-plastic pollution: Behavior, microbial ...

    2021-4-1 · Sulfate reduction is the dominant microbial respiration pathway that determines the fate of MPs (Jørgensen and Kasten, 2006). The dominance of this respiratory pathway can be corroborated by providing a higher abundance of a sulfate reducer (i.e., Desulfatitalea tepidiphilia) to plastic particles trapped in seabed sediments (Tagg et al., 2019).

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  • Structural basis for nutrient acquisition by dominant ...

    2017-1-11 · Combining our structural and functional data and previous mechanistic insights for TBDTs 13 we propose a 'pedal bin' mechanism for nutrient acquisition by SusCD-like systems (Fig. 4f). ( i ) In the absence of substrate, the SusD lid of the empty transporter is mobile and samples a range of conformational states.

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  • Chlorine-resistance of reverse osmosis (RO) polyamide ...

    2017-9-1 · Manufacturers generally recommend a maximum concentration of 0.1 ppm chlorine or a maximum oxidation-reduction potential of 300–350 mV in the feed water reaching the PA membrane , , , . Subsequently, after passing through the membranes, the water is being re-chlorinated and mineralized before being sent to the distribution network [35] .

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  • Environmental Science & Technology | Vol 49, No 19

    Nitrite may thus interfere with Fe (II) during acidic extraction, a procedure typically used to quantify microbial pyrite oxidation, in overestimating Fe (III) production. We studied the reaction between pyrite (5–125 mM) and nitrite (40–2000 μM) at pH 0, 5.5, and 6.8 in the absence and presence of oxygen.

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  • Chlorine attack on reverse osmosis membranes:

    2017-11-1 · Aromatic polyamide has emerged as the most prominent material for thin film composite (TFC) reverse osmosis and nanofiltration membranes. However, these membranes are susceptible to free chlorine attack, and lose their performance after about 1000 ppm h of chlorine exposure.This necessitates removal of chlorine from the feed water before desalination, leading to an increase in the …

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  • Micro- and nano-plastic pollution: Behavior, microbial ...

    2021-4-1 · Sulfate reduction is the dominant microbial respiration pathway that determines the fate of MPs (Jørgensen and Kasten, 2006). The dominance of this respiratory pathway can be corroborated by providing a higher abundance of a sulfate reducer (i.e., Desulfatitalea tepidiphilia) to plastic particles trapped in seabed sediments (Tagg et al., 2019).

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  • Biological Inspirations: Iron Complexes Mimicking the ...

    2021-6-12 · The molecular oxygen is activated by an electron from the bound substrate and transformed into a more reactive form, the superoxide radical (O 2 −•), which can form ferric-peroxo species with Fe (III) (D, E). The substrate present in the enzyme′s active center coordinates to Fe (III) via a …

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  • Biological Inspirations: Iron Complexes Mimicking the ...

    2021-6-1 · Within the broad group of Fe non-heme oxidases, our attention was focused on the catechol 1,2- and 2,3-dioxygenases, which catalyze the oxidative cleavage of aromatic rings. A large group of Fe complexes with N/O ligands, ranging from N3 to N2O2S, was …

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  • Medical applications of membranes: Drug delivery ...

    2008-2-1 · The goal of an ideal drug delivery system is to deliver a drug to a specific site, in specific time and release pattern. The traditional medical forms (tablets, injection solutions, etc.) provide drug delivery with peaks, often above the required dose ().The constant drug level in blood or sustained drug release to avoid multiple doses and bypassing of the hepatic “first-pass” metabolism ...

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  • Recent advances in the application of magnetic Fe 3 O

    2021-1-4 · Yang et al. mixed FeCl 3 ·6H 2 O and FeSO 4 ·7H 2 O with sodium dodecyl sulfate (SDS) to synthesized Fe 3 O 4, and graphene oxide (GO) powders were poured into the suspension. The saturation magnetization of different Fe 3 O 4 @GO adsorbents ranged from 1.55 to 33.64 emu/g with varying ratios of GO and Fe 3 O 4 .

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  • Micro- and nanoplastics in wastewater treatment

    The manifestation of microplastics (MPs) and nanoplastics (NPs) in wastewater treatment plants (WWTPs) has become a major challenge owing to their unique characteristics such as hydrophobicity, surface charges, longer molecular chain arrangement, higher specific surface area, variety of size, shape, color and functional groups.

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  • Environmental Science & Technology | Vol 49, No 19

    Nitrite may thus interfere with Fe (II) during acidic extraction, a procedure typically used to quantify microbial pyrite oxidation, in overestimating Fe (III) production. We studied the reaction between pyrite (5–125 mM) and nitrite (40–2000 μM) at pH 0, 5.5, and 6.8 in the absence and presence of oxygen.

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    2016-9-12 · The preservative methyldibromoglutaronitrile (MDBGN) was approved for cosmetic use in 1986 at a maximum concentration of 0.1% in both leave-on and rinse-off products. In reports from 16 European centres, rates of sensitization increased from 0.7% in 1991 to 3.5% in 2000. In the U.S.A., sensitivity rates rose to 11.7%.

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  • ESCD Abstracts: Posters - 2016 - Contact Dermatitis ...

    2021-3-12 · The present work is devoted toward the development of a highly efficient, low cost, selective and sensitive technique for the detection, removal and recovery of a popular rare earth element, i.e., gadolinium [Gd]. Herein, the magnetic ordered mesoporous carbon (OMMC) is prepared by a green synthesis approach and used as a core for the preparation of imprinted-OMMC using Gd(III) as a …

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  • Removal and Recycling of Precious Rare Earth

    2021-6-14 · Results and Conclusion. The algorithm, predicts HFA and H20 permeability outcomes with reasonable certainty (+/‐ 10% target achieved). E.g. Test data for EPDM gaskets at 30C/65%RH/12mth showed 314 mg/year leakage of 152a, with H20 ingress of 1006 ppm. The predictive model result was 101% and 109% of data respectively.

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  • Abstracts (DOI: jamp.2021.ab01.abstracts) | Journal of ...

    2021-6-12 · Europe PMC is an archive of life sciences journal literature. Within the broad group of Fe non-heme oxidases, our attention was focused on the catechol 1,2- and 2,3-dioxygenases, which catalyze the oxidative cleavage of aromatic rings.

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  • Biological Inspirations: Iron Complexes Mimicking the ...

    2013-4-15 · manganese in the metal ores to convert ferrous (2+) into the ferric (3+) state, and 2+ manganese into the 4+ state, to generate the permanganate ion MnO 4, and manganese dioxide MnO 2. This liberates nascent (elemental) oxygen molecules. The stoichemetric amount of KmnO 4 required to oxidize 1 mg of iron is 0.91 mg KMnO 4. To oxidize 1 mg of ...

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  • Draft Summary of 2004 Award Entries: Presidential

    2020-12-24 · 2.1. Definition and Etiology of Venous Leg Ulcers. VLU can be defined as a full-thickness defect of the skin frequently seen in the ankle region that fails to heal spontaneously and is sustained by chronic venous disease (CVD, the spectrum of venous diseases affecting the lower limbs) [].In more recent guidelines, a VLU is defined by best practice and uses the standard definition of an open ...

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  • Why Venous Leg Ulcers Have Difficulty Healing:

    2021-1-4 · Nanoparticles are increasingly used in many industrial sectors due to their unique properties, yet their introduction in ecosystems is of concern for health and food security. In particular, the accumulation of nanoparticles in soils may disturb the soil and plant system, possibly inducing a risk for crop production. Here, we review recent advances on nanoparticles in the soil–plant system.

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  • Nanoparticles in the soil–plant system: a review ...

    Arsenic (As), in both surface and groundwater, has been found above the drinking water standards in different countries around the world (Alsayed & Ashraf 2020).People are living under the dire threat of arsenic toxicity (Chakraborti et al. 2013; Chowdhury et al. 2016), in Cambodia (Buschmann et al. 2008), in Inner Mongolia and China (Wade et al. 2009; Xia et al. 2009), in Bangladesh, West ...

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  • ESCD Abstracts: Posters - 2016 - Contact Dermatitis ...

    2016-9-12 · The preservative methyldibromoglutaronitrile (MDBGN) was approved for cosmetic use in 1986 at a maximum concentration of 0.1% in both leave-on and rinse-off products. In reports from 16 European centres, rates of sensitization increased from 0.7% in 1991 to 3.5% in 2000. In the U.S.A., sensitivity rates rose to 11.7%.

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  • An Overview of Nanocarrier-Based Adjuvants for

    2021-3-27 · 1. Introduction and Historical Background. Nanotechnology used for the diagnosis, monitoring, control, prevention and treatment of disease is referred to as “nanomedicine” [].Nanomedicine is a vast area that includes the use of nanoscale materials for a wide spectrum of applications from sensing, laboratory diagnostics (e.g., quantum dots) [] to silicon microchips for drug release, micro ...

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  • Nanoparticles in the soil–plant system: a review ...

    2021-1-4 · Nanoparticles are increasingly used in many industrial sectors due to their unique properties, yet their introduction in ecosystems is of concern for health and food security. In particular, the accumulation of nanoparticles in soils may disturb the soil and plant system, possibly inducing a risk for crop production. Here, we review recent advances on nanoparticles in the soil–plant system.

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  • Materials Research Express, Volume 6, Number 11,

    The electrochromic properties of V 2 O 5 are directly related to the penetration depth of cations and the approachability of electroactive sites. In the present work, bulk V 2 O 5 was exfoliated into two-dimensional nanosheets in formamide solution. Transmission electron microscope, energy dispersive spectroscopy and cyclic voltammetry were used to characterize its structure and properties.

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  • Arsenic removal from water by nanofiltration

    Arsenic (As), in both surface and groundwater, has been found above the drinking water standards in different countries around the world (Alsayed & Ashraf 2020).People are living under the dire threat of arsenic toxicity (Chakraborti et al. 2013; Chowdhury et al. 2016), in Cambodia (Buschmann et al. 2008), in Inner Mongolia and China (Wade et al. 2009; Xia et al. 2009), in Bangladesh, West ...

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  • Assessment of gadoxetate DCE‐MRI as a biomarker of ...

    2013-4-7 · The CKA inhibited [3 H]‐taurocholate uptake into vesicles expressing rBsep with an IC 50 value of 129.7 μM (95% CL of geometric mean 109.8–153.2; n = 5) and CDF uptake into vesicles expressing Mrp2 with an IC 50 value of 68.5 μM (95% CL of geometric mean 58.2–80.7; n = 4).

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  • Quantifying Technetium and Strontium

    2019-5-26 · The high-yield fission products 99Tc and 90Sr are found as problematic radioactive contaminants in groundwater at nuclear sites. Treatment options for radioactively contaminated land include bioreduction approaches, and this paper explores 99mTc and 90Sr behavior and stability under a range of biogeochemical conditions stimulated by electron donor addition methods.

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  • An Extensive New Literature Concerning Low-Dose

    APM (Association of Plastics Manufacturers in Europe). 2005. Hyperbole or common sense? Chem Ind 7:14-15. Google Scholar; Ashby J, Odum J. 2004. Gene expression changes in the immature rat uterus: effects of uterotrophic and sub-uterotrophic doses of bisphenol A. Toxicol Sci 82:458-467 15456929. Crossref, Medline, Google Scholar

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  • ESCD invited speaker abstracts: Focus Sessions - 2016 ...

    2016-9-12 · The key steps of the pathway involved in skin sensitization are relatively well characterized and can be structured into an adverse outcome pathway that describes the key steps culminating in the adverse effect [formally described by the Organisation for Economic Co‐operation and Development (OECD) ENV/JM/MONO(2012)10/PART1].

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  • Adsorptive Removal of Se(IV) by Citrus Peels: Effect of ...

    2020-7-21 · Selenium (Se) contamination in natural waters impacted by anthropogenic activities is becoming a prevalent and widespread problem. Investigation of novel, low-cost, and sustainable food-waste-sourced adsorbents for Se removal has largely been unexplored. Here, we report on the Se(IV) biosorption from a liquid solution using three waste-derived/low-cost biosorbents, namely citrus peels …

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  • Chemistry of MRI Contrast Agents: Current Challenges

    2019-1-23 · 2.1. Applications. MR contrast agents are an absolutely integral component of modern radiology. The first MR contrast agent was made available in 1988 for imaging blood-brain barrier abnormalities and since then contrast enhanced MRI has played an increasingly important role is diagnostic medicine. 11 Today, there have been a dozen FDA approved MR contrast agents and 8 of …

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  • IJEAS | International Journal of Engineering and

    Especially, effect of doping of calcium into cadmium tartrate has been studied with respect of size and transparency. It is found that doping enhances the size and transparency of the crystals. As grown crystals was characterized using scanning electronic microscope (SEM), UV, Energy dispersive X-ray spectroscopy (EDAX).

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  • Quantification of Carbon Nanotubes in Environmental ...

    2016-4-6 · Carbon nanotubes (CNTs) have numerous exciting potential applications and some that have reached commercialization. As such, quantitative measurements of CNTs in key environmental matrices (water, soil, sediment, and biological tissues) are needed to address concerns about their potential environmental and human health risks and to inform application development. However, standard …

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  • Chapter 33 - Toxicology

    2009-10-22 · Chapter 33 - Toxicology INTRODUCTION. Ellen K. Silbergeld. Toxicology is the study of poisons, or, more comprehensively, the identification and quantification of adverse outcomes associated with exposures to physical agents, chemical substances and other conditions.

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  • Rosemary ( Rosmarinus officinalis L.): extraction ...

    2013-4-7 · The CKA inhibited [3 H]‐taurocholate uptake into vesicles expressing rBsep with an IC 50 value of 129.7 μM (95% CL of geometric mean 109.8–153.2; n = 5) and CDF uptake into vesicles expressing Mrp2 with an IC 50 value of 68.5 μM (95% CL of geometric mean 58.2–80.7; n = 4).

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  • Assessment of gadoxetate DCE‐MRI as a biomarker of ...

    Patrick O. Brown is part of Stanford Profiles, official site for faculty, postdocs, students and staff information (Expertise, Bio, Research, Publications, and more). The site facilitates research and collaboration in academic endeavors.

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    Aspirin effect was assessed in 151 patients, with some on repeated visits, for a total of 553 measurements. P2Y12 inhibitor effect was assessed in 38 patients, with some on repeated visits, for a total of 107 measurements. Verifynow results in platelet reaction units were plotted against TEG-PM results in percent inhibition.

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    2021-2-24 · Telomere maintenance by telomerase activation or alternative lengthening of telomeres (ALT) is a major determinant of poor outcome in neuroblastoma. …

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  • Progress in Flow Battery Research and Development -

    2011-6-27 · Since 2002, several research groups have begun significant research and development activities on the VRB in China and elsewhere. 127 These activities have expanded on the original work of Skyllas-Kazacos and co-workers and have covered the development of novel membranes, 41, 43, 106, 121–125, 128–137 electrocatalysis, 27, 126, 138–140 ...

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  • Chapter 33 - Toxicology

    2009-10-22 · Chapter 33 - Toxicology INTRODUCTION. Ellen K. Silbergeld. Toxicology is the study of poisons, or, more comprehensively, the identification and quantification of adverse outcomes associated with exposures to physical agents, chemical substances and other conditions.

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  • Chemistry of MRI Contrast Agents: Current Challenges

    2019-1-23 · 2.1. Applications. MR contrast agents are an absolutely integral component of modern radiology. The first MR contrast agent was made available in 1988 for imaging blood-brain barrier abnormalities and since then contrast enhanced MRI has played an increasingly important role is diagnostic medicine. 11 Today, there have been a dozen FDA approved MR contrast agents and 8 of …

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  • Abstract - 2018 - Research and Practice in Thrombosis

    Aspirin effect was assessed in 151 patients, with some on repeated visits, for a total of 553 measurements. P2Y12 inhibitor effect was assessed in 38 patients, with some on repeated visits, for a total of 107 measurements. Verifynow results in platelet reaction units were plotted against TEG-PM results in percent inhibition.

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    Patrick O. Brown is part of Stanford Profiles, official site for faculty, postdocs, students and staff information (Expertise, Bio, Research, Publications, and more). The site facilitates research and collaboration in academic endeavors.

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  • Anticorrosive coatings: a review | SpringerLink

    2009-1-9 · The main objective of this review is to describe some of the important topics related to the use of marine and protective coatings for anticorrosive purposes. In this context, “protective” refers to coatings for containers, offshore constructions, wind turbines, storage tanks, bridges, rail cars, and petrochemical plants while “marine” refers to coatings for ballast tanks, cargo holds ...

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  • A Roadmap for Production of Cement and Concrete

    2020-8-9 · The world population is predicted to grow by ~ 3 billion people by 2100, up from ~ 8 billion in 2019, with this growth arising from low-and-middle income countries [].Concomitant increasing demand for basic services like shelter, transportation and sanitation networks, and information technology, will undoubtedly drive production of more construction materials at a similarly massive scale ...

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    2021-2-24 · Telomere maintenance by telomerase activation or alternative lengthening of telomeres (ALT) is a major determinant of poor outcome in neuroblastoma. …

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  • Fall 2000 Student Essays on Chemical Additives

    0.5. The chelating agent (EDTA, Nalco 2619) is the last additive to be pumped into the white water. The goal of the EDTA is to remove barium sulfate. The EDTA 'ties up' iron, titanium, copper, nickel, zinc, aluminum, manganese, calcium, magnesium and barium in that order.

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  • IJEAS | International Journal of Engineering and

    Especially, effect of doping of calcium into cadmium tartrate has been studied with respect of size and transparency. It is found that doping enhances the size and transparency of the crystals. As grown crystals was characterized using scanning electronic microscope (SEM), UV, Energy dispersive X-ray spectroscopy (EDAX).

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    Bioactive components of tea Gargi Sen 1 *, Nilanjan Sarkar 2, Moutusi Nath 1 and Subhasis Maity 2. 1 Department of Optometry & Vision Science, NSHM College of Management & Technology, Kolkata, India 2 Department of Pharmacy, NSHM Knowledge Campus, Kolkata – Group of Institutions, Kolkata, India *Address for Correspondence: Gargi Sen, Associate Professor, Department of Optometry & Vision ...

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    ----- January 2009 EPA/402/R-09/002 Potential Nano-Enabled Environmental Applications for Radionuclides By EnDyna, Inc. McLean, VA 22102 EPA Contract No. 07-HQ-02407 Project Officer Madeleine Nawar Radiation Protection Division U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Washington, DC 20460 1 Office of Radiation and Indoor Air I Radiation Protection Division

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    2018-12-13 · As the field progressively learns more about the mechanisms that control stem cell behavior – namely the hallmark properties of self-renewal and differentiation – deeper insights have been gained into their potential roles and applications in organismal …

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    2000-8-23 · Academia.edu is a platform for academics to share research papers.

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  • Fall 2000 Student Essays on Chemical Additives

    0.5. The chelating agent (EDTA, Nalco 2619) is the last additive to be pumped into the white water. The goal of the EDTA is to remove barium sulfate. The EDTA 'ties up' iron, titanium, copper, nickel, zinc, aluminum, manganese, calcium, magnesium and barium in that order.

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    This is consistent with a static oxide nanoparticles as 1 ns into account, the values of kq ¼ ksv/t are S.A. El-Daly et al. Journal of Luminescence 132 (2012) 2747–2752 2751 400 0.030 Emission Intensity (arb. units) 350 0.025 300 0.020 250 1 Fo - F 200 0.015 150 0.010 100 50 0.005 0 0.000 480 500 520 540 560 580 600 620 640 660 680 ...

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