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Energies, Vol. 9, Pages 774: Evaluating the Management System Approach for Industrial Energy Efficiency Improvements

24-Sep-2016 | Zobel, Thomas ; Malmgren, Charlotte, Energies, 2016

Voluntary environmental management systems (EMS) based on the international standard ISO 14001 have become widespread globally in recent years. The purpose of this study is to assess the impact of voluntary management systems on energy efficiency in the Swedish manufacturing industry by means of ...

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Polymer Fabricated Synthesis of Cerium Oxide Nanoparticles and Applications as a Green Catalyst Towards Multicomponent Transformation with Size Dependent Activity Studies

22-Sep-2016 | Boby Samai; Soumen Sarkar; Sayantani Chall; Soumyadipta Rakshit; Subhash Chandra Bhattacharya, CrystEngComm, 2016

The present work primarily emphasizes on polymer directed synthesis of cerium oxide nanoparticles (CeONP). Prior to synthesis of CeONP, precursor cerium oxalate (CeOX) nanoflakes were first prepared employing AOT/Lecithin/iso-octane/H2O mixed reverse microemulsion system and polymer was added ...

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Conversion of Solid Waste to Diesel via Catalytic Pressureless Depolymerization: Pilot Scale Production and Detailed Compositional Characterization

15-Sep-2016 | Arturo Gonzalez-Quiroga; Marko R. Djokic; Kevin M. Van Geem; Guy B. Marin, Energy & Fuels, 2016

Solid waste is considered as one of the key feedstocks for the chemical industry to stimulate the world’s transition toward a circular economy. Therefore, a novel production process, catalytic pressureless depolymerization (CPD), for conversion of waste to high-energy density liquid fuel has been ...

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Carbamate Polymers as Kinetic Hydrate Inhibitors

15-Sep-2016 | Eirin Abrahamsen; Malcolm A. Kelland, Energy & Fuels, 2016

Formation of gas hydrates is a problem in the petroleum industry, where the gas hydrates can cause blockage of the flowlines. Kinetic hydrate inhibitors (KHIs) are water-soluble polymers that are used to prevent gas hydrate blockages, and they have been used in the field successfully. In this ...

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Molecules, Vol. 21, Pages 1233: Structural Elucidation of a Novel Polysaccharide from Pseudostellaria heterophylla and Stimulating Glucose Uptake in Cells and Distributing in Rats by Oral

14-Sep-2016 | Chen, Jinlong ; Pang, Wensheng ; Shi, Wentao ; Yang, Bin ; Kan, Yongjun ; He, Zhaodong ; Hu, Juan, Molecules, 2016

The semi-refined polysaccharide of Pseudostellaria heterophylla is a complex polysaccharide that exhibits significantly hypoglycemic activities. A novel homogeneous polysaccharide, named as H-1-2, was isolated from the semi-refined polysaccharide. The mean molecular weight of H-1-2 was 1.4 × 104 ...

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Tuning Magnetism of [MnSb4]9– Cluster in Yb14MnSb11 through Chemical Substitutions on Yb Sites: Appearance and Disappearance of Spin Reorientation

14-Sep-2016 | Yufei Hu; Chih-Wei Chen; Huibo Cao; F. Makhmudov; Jason H. Grebenkemper; M. N. Abdusalyamova; Emilia Morosan; Susan ..., Journal of the American Chemical Society, 2016

Single crystals of Yb14-xRExMnSb11 (0 < x < 0.6, RE = Pr, Nd, Sm, and Gd) were synthesized by Sn flux. The compounds are iso-structural with Ca14AlSb11 (I41/acd), and their compositions were determined by wavelength-dispersive spectroscopy. Yb14MnSb11 is described as a partially screened d-metal ...

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Experimental investigation of the effect of residual stresses and interfacial adhesion on rapid crack propagation in bilayered polypropylene/polyethylene (PP/PE100) pipes

13-Sep-2016 | Andrea Guevara‐Morales, Patrick Leevers, Polymer Engineering and Science, 2016

Rapid crack propagation (RCP) resistance of bilayered pipes consisting of a polyethylene core and a polypropylene skin was investigated using the ISO 13477 Small Scale Steady State “S4” test. It was found that bilayered pipes met all the RCP requirements, but the addition of a thin (0.4–1.5 mm) ...

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Structures and Spectroscopy of protonated ammonia clusters at different Temperatures

13-Sep-2016 | Alhadji Malloum; Jean Jules FIFEN; Zoubeida Dhaouadi; Serge Guy Nana Engo; Nejm Eddine Jaidane, Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 2016

The accurate determination of solvation energies of the proton in ammonia is based on the precise knowledge of structures of neutral and protonated ammonia clusters. In this work, we have investigated all the possible and stable structures of protonated ammonia clusters H + (NH3 )n=2−9 , along ...

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A Multimethod Approach for Investigating Algal Toxicity of Platinum Nanoparticles

13-Sep-2016 | Sara N. Sørensen; Christian Engelbrekt; Hans-Christian H. Lützhøft; Javier Jiménez-Lamana; Jafar S. Noori; Fatima A. ..., Environmental Science & Technology, 2016

The ecotoxicity of platinum nanoparticles (PtNPs) widely used in for example automotive catalytic converters, is largely unknown. This study employs various characterization techniques and toxicity end points to investigate PtNP toxicity toward the green microalgae Pseudokirchneriella subcapitata ...

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The corrosion behavior of ZnAlMg alloys in maritime environments

06-Sep-2016 | A. Tomandl, E. Labrenz, Materials and Corrosion, 2016

Steel strip with a ZnAlMg coating presents an interesting alternative for use in construction applications in highly corrosive environments. Two ZnAlMg alloys were exposed to the atmosphere in maritime environments in Mexico, China, and Sweden for periods of up to 3 years. The exposure program ...

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