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Rapid Authentication of Coffee Blends and Quantification of 16-O-Methylcafestol in Roasted Coffee Beans by Nuclear Magnetic Resonance

10-12-2014 | Elisabetta Schievano; Claudia Finotello; Elisabetta De Angelis; Stefano Mammi; Luciano Navarini, Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, 2014

Roasted coffee is subject to commercial frauds, because the high-quality Coffea arabica species, described as “100% Arabica” or “Highland coffee”, is often mixed with the less expensive Coffea canephora var. Robusta. The quantification of 16-O-methylcafestol (16-OMC) is useful to monitor the ...

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Direct synthesis of mesoporous molecular sieves of Ni-SBA-16 by internal pH adjustment method and its performance for adsorption of toxic Brilliant Green dye

07-12-2014 | Author(s): Asma Tufail Shah , Muhammad Imran Din , Farva Nausheen Kanwal , Muhammad Latif Mirza, Arabian Journal of Chemistry, 2014

Publication date: Available online 5 December 2014 Source:Arabian Journal of Chemistry Author(s): Asma Tufail Shah , Muhammad Imran Din , Farva Nausheen Kanwal , Muhammad Latif Mirza An ordered mesoporous novel material Ni-SBA-16 has been synthesized by internal pH-adjustment method. ...

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Synthesis and in vitro antiproliferative activity of new 1,3,4-oxadiazole derivatives possessing sulfonamide moiety

07-12-2014 | Author(s): Mahmoud M. Gamal El-Din , Mohammed I. El-Gamal , Mohammed S. Abdel-Maksoud , Kyung Ho Yoo , Chang-Hyu ..., European Journal of Medicinal Chemistry, 2014

Publication date: 27 January 2015 Source:European Journal of Medicinal Chemistry, Volume 90 Author(s): Mahmoud M. Gamal El-Din , Mohammed I. El-Gamal , Mohammed S. Abdel-Maksoud , Kyung Ho Yoo , Chang-Hyun Oh Synthesis of a new series of 1,3,4-oxadiazole derivatives possessing ...

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Evaluation of Acacia nilotica as a non conventional low cost biosorbent for the elimination of Pb(II) and Cd(II) ions from aqueous solutions

30-11-2014 | Author(s): Sadia Waseem , Muhammad Imran Din , Saira Nasir , Atta Rasool, Arabian Journal of Chemistry, 2014

Publication date: December 2014 Source:Arabian Journal of Chemistry, Volume 7, Issue 6 Author(s): Sadia Waseem , Muhammad Imran Din , Saira Nasir , Atta Rasool In the present study a biomass derived from the leaves of Acacia nilotica was used as an adsorbent material for the removal of ...

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Temporal Evolution and Variability of Dissolved Inorganic Nitrogen in Beach Pore Water Revealed Using Radon Residence Times

26-11-2014 | Blair M. Goodridge; John M. Melack, Environmental Science & Technology, 2014

We coupled measurements of beach pore water residence time, determined using the radioisotopic tracer 222Rn, with dissolved carbon and nitrogen chemistry to identify the temporal evolution and variability of dissolved inorganic nitrogen (DIN) concentrations in beach pore water along the Santa ...

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Red shifting of absorption maxima of phenothiazine-based dyes by incorporating electron-deficient thiadiazole derivatives as π-spacer

23-11-2014 | Author(s): Asif Mahmood , Salah Ud-Din Khan , Usman Ali Rana , Mudassir Hussain Tahir, Arabian Journal of Chemistry, 2014

Publication date: Available online 7 November 2014 Source:Arabian Journal of Chemistry Author(s): Asif Mahmood , Salah Ud-Din Khan , Usman Ali Rana , Mudassir Hussain Tahir This study was carried out to design phenothiazine-based dyes by incorporating electron-deficient thiadiazole ...

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Correlation of in Vivo Relative Bioavailability to in Vitro Bioaccessibility for Arsenic in Household Dust from China and Its Implication for Human Exposure Assessment

19-11-2014 | Hong-Bo Li; Jie Li; Albert L. Juhasz; Lena Q. Ma, Environmental Science & Technology, 2014

Incidental ingestion of household dust is an important arsenic (As) exposure pathway for children. However, compared to soils, assessment of As relative bioavailability (RBA) in household dust is limited. In this study, As-RBA in 12 household dust samples (7–38 mg kg–1) was measured using an in ...

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Chemical control of photochromism and multiresponsive molecular switch based on a diarylethene derivative containing naphthol

14-10-2014 | Shenghua Liu; wenju liu; Ziyong Li; Fang Hu; Jun Yin; Guang-Ao Yu, Photochemical & Photobiological Sciences, 2014

A photochemically inactive diarylethene derivative with a naphthol group bridging through the imidazole unit (DIN) was synthesized to characterize a multifunctional switch. Upon stimulation by radiation (UV and visible light), the target diarylethene derivative DIN was not photochemically ...

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Characterisation of novel fungal and bacterial protease preparations and evaluation of their ability to hydrolyse meat myofibrillar and connective tissue proteins

13-10-2014 | Author(s): Kate Ryder , Minh Ha , Alaa El-Din Bekhit , Alan Carne, Food Chemistry, 2014

Publication date: 1 April 2015 Source:Food Chemistry, Volume 172 Author(s): Kate Ryder , Minh Ha , Alaa El-Din Bekhit , Alan Carne The catalytic capability of four commercially available food-grade fungal and bacterial protease preparations (AFP, FPII, F60K and HT) was evaluated over a ...

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A new series of diarylamides possessing quinoline nucleus: Synthesis, in vitro anticancer activities, and kinase inhibitory effect

12-10-2014 | Author(s): Mohammed I. El-Gamal , Mohammad Ashrafuddin Khan , Mohammed S. Abdel-Maksoud , Mahmoud M. Gamal El-Di ..., European Journal of Medicinal Chemistry, 2014

Publication date: 24 November 2014 Source:European Journal of Medicinal Chemistry, Volume 87 Author(s): Mohammed I. El-Gamal , Mohammad Ashrafuddin Khan , Mohammed S. Abdel-Maksoud , Mahmoud M. Gamal El-Din , Chang-Hyun Oh Synthesis of a new series of diarylamides possessing ...

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