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Few-layer Graphene-like Boron Nitride Induced Remarkable Adsorption Capacity for Dibenzothiophene in Fuels

17-12-2014 | Jun Xiong; Wenshuai Zhu; Hongping Li; Wenjing Ding; Yanhong Chao; Peiwen Wu; Suhang Xun; Ming Zhang; huaming Li, Green Chemistry, 2014

The metal-free graphene-like boron nitride (BN) samples were prepared and applied as adsorbents for removal dibenzothiphene (DBT) in model oil. The results showed that the graphene-like BN exhibited remarkable adsorption performance. The adsorption capacity could reach 28.17 mg S/g adsorbent. ...


Facile Synthesis of Hematite Quantum‐Dot/Functionalized Graphene‐Sheet Composites as Advanced Anode Materials for Asymmetric Supercapacitors

12-12-2014 | Hui Xia, Caiyun Hong, Bo Li, Bin Zhao, Zixia Lin, Mingbo Zheng, Serguei V. Savilov, Serguei M. Aldoshin, Advanced Functional Materials, 2014

For building high‐energy density asymmetric supercapacitors, developing anode materials with large specific capacitance remains a great challenge. Although Fe2O3 has been considered as a promising anode material for asymmetric supercapacitors, the specific capacitance of the Fe2O3‐based anodes ...


2,6‐Di‐Tert‐Butyl‐Hydroxytoluene and Its Metabolites in Foods

12-12-2014 | Bárbara Nieva‐Echevarría, María J. Manzanos, Encarnación Goicoechea, María D. Guillén, Comprehensive Reviews in Food Science and Food Safety, 2014

Abstract 2,6‐Di‐tert‐butyl‐hydroxytoluene (BHT, E‐321) is a synthetic phenolic antioxidant which has been widely used as an additive in the food, cosmetic, and plastic industries for the last 70 y. Although it is considered safe for human health at authorized levels, its ubiquitous presence ...


Materials, Vol. 7, Pages 8024-8036: Enhanced Photocatalytic Degradation of Methyl Orange Dye under the Daylight Irradiation over CN-TiO2 Modified with OMS-2

12-12-2014 | Hassan, Mohamed Elfatih; Chen, Jing ; Liu, Guanglong ; Zhu, Duanwei ; Cai, Jianbo, Materials, 2014

In this study, CN-TiO2 was modified with cryptomelane octahedral molecular sieves (OMS-2) by the sol-gel method based on the self-assembly technique to enhance its photocatalytic activity under the daylight irradiation. The synthesized samples were characterized by X-ray diffraction (XRD), UV-vis ...


Tsunami alerts fail to bridge the ‘last mile’

11-12-2014 | Witze, Alexandra;, Nature, 2014

Tsunami alerts fail to bridge the ‘last mile’ Nature 516, 7530 (2014). Author: Alexandra Witze Ten years after the devastating Sumatra earthquake, warnings for the Indian Ocean go ...


Development of High‐Performance Mg Alloy via Introducing Profuse Long Period Stacking Ordered Phase and Stacking Faults

09-12-2014 | Yufeng Jiao, Jinghuai Zhang, Yongbin Jing, Chi Xu, Shujuan Liu, Li Zhang, Longjiang Xu, Milin Zhang, Ruizhi Wu, Advanced Engineering Materials, 2014

Due to low density and other features, magnesium (Mg) alloys are becoming one of key engineering structural materials for aerospace and automotive industries. In the meantime, conventional Mg alloys are limited because of their low mechanical properties, especially at high temperatures. In this ...


Supramolecular Switches-Advanced Molecular Logic and Computation Molecular Logic Gates

09-12-2014 | Kaur, Navneet, Organic Chemistry, 2014

Abstract: The working of the silicon-based computers is based on semiconductor logic gates that perform binary arithmetic and logical operations. However, the continuous miniaturization of integrated circuits may reach atomic scales in a couple of decades. For achieving this ...


Brain-machine interface for eye movements [Neuroscience]

09-12-2014 | Arnulf B. A. Graf; Richard A. Andersen, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences current issue, 2014

A number of studies in tetraplegic humans and healthy nonhuman primates (NHPs) have shown that neuronal activity from reach-related cortical areas can be used to predict reach intentions using brain–machine interfaces (BMIs) and therefore assist tetraplegic patients by controlling external ...


Measuring missing heritability: Inferring the contribution of common variants [Genetics]

09-12-2014 | David Golan; Eric S. Lander; Saharon Rosset, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences current issue, 2014

Genome-wide association studies (GWASs), also called common variant association studies (CVASs), have uncovered thousands of genetic variants associated with hundreds of diseases. However, the variants that reach statistical significance typically explain only a small fraction of the ...


IJMS, Vol. 15, Pages 22835-22856: Biomarkers of Treatment Toxicity in Combined-Modality Cancer Therapies with Radiation and Systemic Drugs: Study Design, Multiplex Methods, Molecular Networks

09-12-2014 | Ree, Anne Hansen; Meltzer, Sebastian ; Flatmark, Kjersti ; Dueland, Svein ; Kalanxhi, Erta, International Journal of Molecular Sciences, 2014

Organ toxicity in cancer therapy is likely caused by an underlying disposition for given pathophysiological mechanisms in the individual patient. Mechanistic data on treatment toxicity at the patient level are scarce; hence, probabilistic and translational linkages among different layers of data ...


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