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Sustainability, Vol. 8, Pages 161: The Development of a Measurement Instrument for the Organizational Performance of Social Enterprises

06-Feb-2016 | Crucke, Saskia ; Decramer, Adelien, Sustainability, 2016

There is a growing consensus that the adoption of performance measurement tools are of particular interest for social enterprises in order to support internal decision‐making and to answer the demands of accountability toward their stakeholders. As a result, different methodologies to assess the ...

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High Responsivity Phototransistors Based on Few‐Layer ReS2 for Weak Signal Detection

05-Feb-2016 | Erfu Liu, Mingsheng Long, Junwen Zeng, Wei Luo, Yaojia Wang, Yiming Pan, Wei Zhou, Baigeng Wang, Weida Hu, Zhenhua N ..., Advanced Functional Materials, 2016

2D transition metal dichalcogenides are emerging with tremendous potential in many optoelectronic applications due to their strong light–matter interactions. To fully explore their potential in photoconductive detectors, high responsivity is required. Here, high responsivity phototransistors ...

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Nonlinear optical responses in hydrogenated graphene structures (Phys. Status Solidi B 2/2016)

05-Feb-2016 | Reinaldo Zapata‐Peña, Sean M. Anderson, Bernardo S. Mendoza, Anatoli I. Shkrebtii, physica status solidi (b), 2016

The upper left (u.l.) panel represents the 50% hydrogenated graphene structure C16H8‐up, which upon the incidence of a circularly polarized light beam (in red) creates spin‐polarized electrons in the conduction bands. The degree of spin polarization along the three Cartesian directions i = ...

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Interactions of cyclodextrins and their derivatives with toxic organophosphorus compounds

05-Feb-2016 | Sophie Letort, Sébastien Balieu, William Erb, Géraldine Gouhier and François Estour, Beilstein Journal of Organic Chemistry, 2016

Abstract The aim of this review is to provide an update on the current use of cyclodextrins against organophosphorus compound intoxications. Organophosphorus pesticides and nerve agents play a determinant role in the inhibition of cholinesterases. The cyclic structure of cyclodextrins and their ...

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Sustainability, Vol. 8, Pages 150: The Role of Rail Transit Systems in Reducing Energy and Carbon Dioxide Emissions: The Case of The City of Rio de Janeiro

05-Feb-2016 | Andrade, Carlos Eduardo Sanches de; D’Agosto, Márcio de Almeida, Sustainability, 2016

The city of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, has established, by municipal law, a goal of reducing greenhouse gas emissions of the transport system by 20% until 2020 compared to 2005. In order to reach this goal, the city’s public transport has been restructured with an emphasis on rail transit systems. ...

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Clinical Guidelines for Management of Bone Health in Rett Syndrome Based on Expert Consensus and Available Evidence

05-Feb-2016 | Amanda Jefferson et al., PLoS ONE, 2016

by Amanda Jefferson, Helen Leonard, Aris Siafarikas, Helen Woodhead, Sue Fyfe, Leanne M. Ward, Craig Munns, Kathleen Motil, Daniel Tarquinio, Jay R. Shapiro, Torkel Brismar, Bruria Ben-Zeev, Anne-Marie Bisgaard, Giangennaro Coppola, Carolyn Ellaway, Michael Freilinger, Suzanne Geerts, Peter ...

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Remote‐Controlled Release of Singlet Oxygen by the Plasmonic Heating of Endoperoxide‐Modified Gold Nanorods: Towards a Paradigm Change in Photodynamic Therapy

04-Feb-2016 | Safacan Kolemen, Tugba Ozdemir, Dayoung Lee, Gyoung Mi Kim, Tugce Karatas, Juyoung Yoon, Engin U. Akkaya, Angewandte Chemie International Edition, 2016

Abstract The photodynamic therapy of cancer is contingent upon the sustained generation of singlet oxygen in the tumor region. However, tumors of the most metastatic cancer types develop a region of severe hypoxia, which puts them beyond the reach of most therapeutic protocols. More ...

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Enhanced, targeted sampling of high-dimensional free-energy landscapes using variationally enhanced sampling, with an application to chignolin [Biophysics and Computational Biology]

02-Feb-2016 | Patrick Shaffer; Omar Valsson; Michele Parrinello, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences current issue, 2016

The capabilities of molecular simulations have been greatly extended by a number of widely used enhanced sampling methods that facilitate escaping from metastable states and crossing large barriers. Despite these developments there are still many problems which remain out of reach for these ...

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Sensors, Vol. 16, Pages 183: Integrated Gas Sensing System of SWCNT and Cellulose Polymer Concentrator for Benzene, Toluene, and Xylenes

02-Feb-2016 | Im, Jisun ; Sterner, Elizabeth S.; Swager, Timothy M., Sensors, 2016

An integrated cellulose polymer concentrator/single-walled carbon nanotube (SWCNT) sensing system is demonstrated to detect benzene, toluene, and xylenes (BTX) vapors. The sensing system consists of functionalized cellulose as a selective concentrator disposed directly on top of a conductive ...

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Cross-Species Extrapolation of Uptake and Disposition of Neutral Organic Chemicals in Fish Using a Multispecies Physiologically-Based Toxicokinetic Model Framework

02-Feb-2016 | Markus Brinkmann; Christian Schlechtriem; Mathias Reininghaus; Kathrin Eichbaum; Sebastian Buchinger; Georg Reiffers ..., Environmental Science & Technology, 2016

The potential to bioconcentrate is generally considered to be an unwanted property of a substance. Consequently, chemical legislation, including the European REACH regulations, requires the chemical industry to provide bioconcentration data for chemicals that are produced or imported at volumes ...

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