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Fluorescence Turn-On Detection of Mercury Ions Based on the Controlled Adsorption of a Perylene Probe onto the Gold Nanoparticles

25-Nov-2015 | Juanmin Li; Jian Chen; yang chen; Yongxin Li; Sohail Anjum Shahzad; yan wang; Meiding Yang; Cong Yu, Analyst, 2015

A novel fluorescence turn-on strategy based on Au nanoparticles and a perylene probe for the sensing of Hg2+ ions has been developed. It was observed that a perylene probe could be adsorbed onto the surface of the Au NPs through strong electrostatic and hydrophobic interactions. Its fluorescence ...


Hg2+ detection using a phosphorothioate RNA probe adsorbed on graphene oxide and a comparison with thymine-rich DNA

24-Nov-2015 | Po-Jung Jimmy Huang; Courtney van Ballegooie; Juewen Liu, Analyst, 2015

Mercury is a highly toxic heavy metal and many DNA-based biosensors have been recently developed for Hg2+ detection in water. Among them, thymine-rich DNA is the most commonly used for designing Hg2+ sensors. However, the thymine–Hg2+ interaction is strongly affected by the buffer conditions. We ...


Toward the prediction of porous membrane permeability from morphological data

20-Nov-2015 | Claudia Nurra, Luizildo Pitol‐Filho, Raphaelle Carraud, Said Pertuz, Domènec Puig, Miguel A. García, Joan Salvadó, C ..., Polymer Engineering and Science, 2015

One of the challenges in membrane technology is predicting permeability in porous membranes for liquid applications in an easy and inexpensive way. This is the aim of this work. To achieve this objective, several techniques can be considered. In this study, a morphological approach from ...


Characterization of the Modes of Occurrence of Mercury and Their Thermal Stability in Coal Gangues

19-Nov-2015 | Jindong Zhai; Shaoqing Guo; Xian-Xian Wei; Yanzhi Cao; Libing Gao, Energy & Fuels, 2015

The utilization of coal gangue in a power plant has attracted wide interest in China; however, coal gangue represents a new anthropogenic source of mercury pollution due to its high mercury content. Understanding the modes of occurrence of mercury in coal gangue is crucial for developing the ...


In-Flight Mercury Removal and Cobenefit of SO2 and NO Reduction by NH4Br Impregnated Activated Carbon Injection in an Entrained Flow Reactor

19-Nov-2015 | Qiang Zhou; Yu-feng Duan; Chun Zhu; Min She; Jun Zhang; Ting Yao, Energy & Fuels, 2015

The in-flight mercury removal performance of ammonium bromide impregnated activated carbon (NH4Br-AC) was evaluated in an entrained flow reactor (EFR) under simulated flue gas. The factors that affect in-flight mercury removal efficiency were explored. The optimum operating parameters were ...


Cadmium-Based Metal–Organic Framework as a Highly Selective and Sensitive Ratiometric Luminescent Sensor for Mercury(II)

19-Nov-2015 | Pengyan Wu; Yanhong Liu; Yi Liu; Jingru Wang; Yang Li; Wei Liu; Jian Wang, Inorganic Chemistry, 2015

Inorganic Chemistry DOI: 10.1021/acs.inorgchem.5b01758


Specific Effects of Dietary Methylmercury and Inorganic Mercury in Zebrafish (Danio rerio) Determined by Genetic, Histological, and Metallothionein Responses

18-Nov-2015 | Sophie Gentès; Régine Maury-Brachet; Caiyan Feng; Zoyne Pedrero; Emmanuel Tessier; Alexia Legeay; Nathalie Mesmer-Du ..., Environmental Science & Technology, 2015

A multidisciplinary approach is proposed here to compare toxicity mechanisms of methylmercury (MeHg) and inorganic mercury (iHg) in muscle, liver, and brain from zebrafish (Danio rerio). Animals were dietary exposed to (1) 50 ng Hg g–1, 80% as MeHg; (2) diet enriched in MeHg 10000 ng Hg g–1, 95% ...


Effects of pH and dissolved oxygen on the photodegradation of 17[small alpha]-ethynylestradiol in dissolved humic acid solution

18-Nov-2015 | Dong Ren; Bin Huang; Tingting Bi; Dan Xiong; Xuejun Pan, Journal of Environmental Monitoring, 2015

To probe the mechanisms responsible for pH and dissolved oxygen (DO) affecting the photodegradation of EE2 in dissolved humic acid (HA) solution, EE2 aqueous solutions with pH ranging from 3.0 to 11.0 and different DO conditions were irradiated by a 300 W mercury lamp equipped with 290 nm light ...


IJERPH, Vol. 12, Pages 14669-14689: Mercury Exposure in Healthy Korean Weaning-Age Infants: Association with Growth, Feeding and Fish Intake

17-Nov-2015 | Chang, Ju Young; Park, Jeong Su; Shin, Sue ; Yang, Hye Ran; Moon, Jin Soo; Ko, Jae Sung, International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 2015

Low-level mercury (Hg) exposure in infancy might be harmful to the physical growth as well as neurodevelopment of children. The aim of this study was to investigate postnatal Hg exposure and its relationship with anthropometry and dietary factors in late infancy. We recruited 252 healthy Korean ...


Discovery, Development, and Commercialization of Gold Catalysts for Acetylene Hydrochlorination

12-Nov-2015 | Peter Johnston; Nicholas Carthey; Graham J. Hutchings, Journal of the American Chemical Society, 2015

Vinyl chloride monomer (VCM) is a major chemical intermediate for the manufacture of polyvinyl chloride (PVC), which is the third most important polymer in use today. Hydrochlorination of acetylene is a major route for the production of vinyl chloride, since production of the monomer is based in ...


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