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14-05-2013 | Lindsay Renbaum-Wolff; James W. Grayson; Adam P. Bateman; Mikinori Kuwata; Mathieu Sellier; Benjamin J. Murray; John ..., Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences current issue, 2013
Particles composed of secondary organic material (SOM) are abundant in the lower troposphere. The viscosity of these particles is a fundamental property that is presently poorly quantified yet required for accurate modeling of their formation, growth, evaporation, and environmental impacts. ...
08-05-2013 | Fang Wang, Jeremy Travins, Byron DeLaBarre, Virginie Penard-Lacronique, Stefanie Schalm, Erica Hansen, Kimberly Str ..., Science , 2013
A small molecule that inhibits a mutant enzyme in tumors slows malignant growth by inducing cancer cell differentiation. [Also see Perspective by Kim and DeBerardinis]
08-05-2013 | Danielle C. Reifsnyder; Xingchen Ye; Thomas R. Gordon; Chengyu Song; Christopher B. Murray, ACS Nano, 2013
CuInSe2, which is one of the highest efficiency thin-film solar cell active layer materials, has been an attractive target for nanocrystal synthesis and manipulation. Here, we report unprecedented, simultaneous control of the synthesis and self-assembly behavior of CuInSe2 nanocrystals. These ...
01-05-2013 | Diana Yepes; Oscar Donoso-Tauda; Patricia Pérez; Jane S. Murray; Peter Politzer; Pablo Jaque, Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 2013
A variety of experimental and computational analyses support the concept that a chemical reaction has a transition region, in which the system changes from distorted states of the reactants to distorted states of the products. The boundaries of this region along the intrinsic reaction ...
01-05-2013 | Matthew S. Tiscareno, Colin J. Mitchell, Carl D. Murray, Daiana Di Nino, Matthew M. Hedman, Jürgen Schmidt, Joseph ..., Science , 2013
Observations by the Cassini spacecraft provide evidence of meteoroid impacts onto Saturn’s rings.
30-04-2013 | Shanshan Wang; Qi Liu; Xiaoli Tan; Chunming Xu; Murray R. Gray, Energy & Fuels, 2013
The interaction between asphaltenes and clay is crucial in understanding wettability changes in petroleum reservoirs and in oilsands production. In this study, we report the changes in surface properties and composition of kaolin clay as a result of exposure to solutions of asphaltenes. ...
29-04-2013 | Author(s): Kieran A. Murray , James E. Kennedy , Brian McEvoy , Olivier Vrain , Damien Ryan , Richard Cowman , ..., Radiation Physics and Chemistry, 2013
Publication date: Available online 22 April 2013Source:Radiation Physics and Chemistry Author(s): Kieran A. Murray , James E. Kennedy , Brian McEvoy , Olivier Vrain , Damien Ryan , Richard...
24-04-2013 | Ahmed El Kerdawy; Jane S. Murray; Peter Politzer; Patrick Bleiziffer; Andreas Heßelmann; Andreas Görling; Timothy Clark, Journal of Chemical Theory and Computation, 2013
The interaction energies between an argon atom and the dihalogens Br2, BrCl, and BrF have been investigated using frozen core CCSD(T)(fc)/aug-cc-pVQZ calculations as reference values for other levels of theory. The potential-energy hypersurfaces show two types of minima: (1) collinear with ...
23-04-2013 | Changxia Sun; Guo Fu; Danguole Ciziene; Murray Stewart; Siegfried M. Musser, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences current issue, 2013
Nuclear pore complexes (NPCs) mediate the exchange of macromolecules between the cytoplasm and the nucleoplasm. Soluble nuclear transport receptors bind signal-dependent cargos to form transport complexes that diffuse through the NPC and are then disassembled. Although transport receptors ...
19-04-2013 | Baisheng Fu et al., PLoS ONE, 2013
by Baisheng Fu, Hongwei Wang, Jinhua Wang, Ivana Barouhas, Wanqing Liu, Adam Shuboy, David A. Bushinsky, Dongsheng Zhou, Murray J. Favus Genetic hypercalciuric stone-forming (GHS) rats have...