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Optimization of flame retardant content with respect to mechanical properties of natural fiber polymer composites: Case study of polypropylene/flax/aluminium trihydroxide

13-May-2015 | A. El‐Sabbagh, L. Steuernagel, D. Meiners, G. Ziegmann, O. Toepfer, Polymer Composites, 2015

Flammability behavior of natural fiber polymer composites (NFPC) is an essential factor to define their scope of application. It was of great importance to quantitatively optimize the quantities of the flame retardants (FR) with respect to the corresponding mechanical properties as well as the ...


Supplemental Activator and Reducing Agent Atom Transfer Radical Polymerization of 2‐Hydroxyethyl Acrylate from High Molar Mass Poly(ethylene oxide) Macroinitiator in Dilute Solution

12-May-2015 | Erwan Nicol, René‐Ponce Nzé, Macromolecular Chemistry and Physics, 2015

Triple hydrophilic asymmetric poly(2‐hydroxyethyl acrylate)‐b‐poly(ethylene oxide)‐b‐poly(2‐hydroxyethyl acrylate) (PHEA‐b‐PEO‐b‐PHEA) triblock copolymers are obtained by copper(0) catalyzed reversible deactivation radical polymerization (RDRP). Copper wire catalyzed polymerization of HEA from ...


Dual target strategy: combining distinct non‐dopaminergic treatments reduces neuronal cell loss and synergistically modulates L‐DOPA‐induced rotational behavior in a rodent model of Parkinson's disease

12-May-2015 | Marie‐Therese Fuzzati‐Armentero, Silvia Cerri, Giovanna Levandis, Giulia Ambrosi, Elena Montepeloso, Gianfilippo Ant ..., Journal of Neurochemistry, 2015

Abstract The glutamate metabotropic receptor 5 (mGluR5) and the adenosine A2A receptor (A2AR) represent major non‐dopaminergic therapeutic targets in Parkinson's disease (PD) to improve motor symptoms and slow down/revert disease progression. The 6‐hydroxydopamine rat model of PD was used to ...


Deep‐coloured polyester/cotton blends with low concentrations of polymethylol dyes by a one‐pass continuous dyeing process

12-May-2015 | Hongjuan Zhao, Shufen Zhang, Coloration Technology, 2015

An obvious limitation of the one‐pass continuous dyeing process for polyester/cotton blends is its inability to achieve deep colour depth, which is caused by the low dye fixation yields of commercial reactive dyes. In this study, the performances of polyester/cotton blends dyed with ...


The efficiency challenge of nitride light‐emitting diodes for lighting (Phys. Status Solidi A 5∕2015)

12-May-2015 | Claude Weisbuch, Marco Piccardo, Lucio Martinelli, Justin Iveland, Jacques Peretti, James S. Speck, physica status solidi (a), 2015

The award of the 2014 Nobel Prize in Physics to I. Akasaki, H. Amano and S. Nakamura “for the invention of efficient blue light‐emitting diodes” (LEDs) illustrates the worldwide societal impact of nitrides. However, despite the remarkable achievements of the pioneers and their followers, there ...


Opinion: Advancing neuroscience interactions with Cuba [Opinion]

12-May-2015 | Mark Steven Cohen; Steven A. Hillyard; Janina R. Galler; Helen J. Neville; Mark M. Rasenick; Adam James Reeves; John ..., Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences current issue, 2015

On December 17, 2014, US President Barack Obama announced historic actions toward normalizing United States relations with Cuba, and instructed Secretary of State John Kerry to re-establish diplomatic interactions between the two countries, so as “to reach for a better future for the Cuban ...


Instant coffee extract with high chlorogenic acids content inhibits hepatic G‐6‐Pase in vitro, but does not reduce the glycaemia

11-May-2015 | Bruna Kempfer Bassoli, Priscila Cassolla, Glaucia Regina Borba‐Murad, Jorgete Constantin, Clairce Luzia Salgueiro‐Pa ..., Cell Biochemistry and Function, 2015

Coffee is the main source of chlorogenic acid in the human diet, and it contains several chlorogenic acid isomers, of which the 5‐caffeoylquinic acid (5‐CQA) is the predominant isomer. Because there are no available data about the action of chlorogenic acids from instant coffee on hepatic ...


Energies, Vol. 8, Pages 4160-4187: Probabilistic Agent-Based Model of Electric Vehicle Charging Demand to Analyse the Impact on Distribution Networks

11-May-2015 | Olivella-Rosell, Pol ; Villafafila-Robles, Roberto ; Sumper, Andreas ; Bergas-Jané, Joan, Energies, 2015

Electric Vehicles (EVs) have seen significant growth in sales recently and it is not clear how power systems will support the charging of a great number of vehicles. This paper proposes a methodology which allows the aggregated EV charging demand to be determined. The methodology applied to ...


Entropy, Vol. 17, Pages 3053-3096: Predicting Community Evolution in Social Networks

11-May-2015 | Saganowski, Stanisław ; Gliwa, Bogdan ; Bródka, Piotr ; Zygmunt, Anna ; Kazienko, Przemysław ; Koźlak, Jarosław, Entropy, 2015

Nowadays, sustained development of different social media can be observed worldwide. One of the relevant research domains intensively explored recently is analysis of social communities existing in social media as well as prediction of their future evolution taking into account collected ...


[Business Office Feature] Advancing the promise of genomic medicine

08-May-2015 | Daniel MacArthur; Eliezer Van Allen, Science , 2015

Genomic technologies present powerful tools with the potential to diagnose, treat, and elucidate the underpinnings of human disease. Technological advances have allowed researchers and clinicians to apply novel approaches and gain statistical power to delve more deeply and broadly into our ...


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