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Hydrocarbon generation from coal, extracted coal and bitumen-rich coal in confined pyrolysis experiments

16-09-2013 | Author(s): Erting Li , Changchun Pan , Shuang Yu , Xiaodong Jin , Jinzhong Liu, Organic Geochemistry, 2013

Publication date: Available online 13 September 2013 Source:Organic Geochemistry Author(s): Erting Li , Changchun Pan , Shuang Yu , Xiaodong Jin , Jinzhong Liu Three sets of pyrolysis experiments were performed on extracted coal (Ro% 0.39), coal (initial bitumen 13.5 mg/g coal) and ...

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Evaluation of atomizer conditioning and pyrolysis and atomization temperature control to improve procedures based on tungsten coil atomic emission spectrometry

16-09-2013 | Author(s): Alex Virgilio , Christopher K. Healy , Joaquim A. Nóbrega , Bradley T. Jones , George L. Donati, Microchemical Journal, 2013

Publication date: Available online 15 September 2013 Source:Microchemical Journal Author(s): Alex Virgilio , Christopher K. Healy , Joaquim A. Nóbrega , Bradley T. Jones , George L. Donati Tungsten coil atomic emission spectrometry (WCAES) allows for simultaneous sensitive multielement ...

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Analysis of Enhanced Current-Generating Mechanism of Geobacter sulfurreducens Strain via Model-Driven Metabolism Simulation

13-09-2013 | Jing Meng et al., PLoS ONE, 2013

by Jing Meng, Zixiang Xu, Jing Guo, Yunxia Yue, Xiao Sun Microbial fuel cells (MFCs) are a class of ideal technologies that function via anaerobic respiration of electricigens, which bring current generation and environmental restoration together. An in-depth understanding of microbial ...

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Thermal response characteristics of fire blanket materials

12-09-2013 | Fumiaki Takahashi, Amber Abbott, Timothy M. Murray, James S. T'ien, Sandra L. Olson, Fire and Materials, 2013

SUMMARY The thermal response characteristics of over 50 relatively thin (0.15–3.7 mm) fire blanket materials from four different fiber groups (aramid, fiberglass, amorphous silica, and pre‐oxidized carbon) and their composites have been investigated. A plain or coated fabric sample was ...

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Wonders of colloidal assembly

11-09-2013 | Olga Kruglova; Pieter-Jan Demeyer; Kuo Zhong; Yuxue Zhou; Koen Clays, Soft Matter, 2013

In nature the spontaneous formation of ordered structures from molecules, called self-assembly, is a very common process occurring in inorganic matter and living organisms. It is driven by atoms, molecules, particles, granular matter, etc. trying to reach the lowest possible energy state while ...

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Migration of Chemical Compounds from Packaging Polymers during Microwave, Conventional Heat Treatment, and Storage

10-09-2013 | Kanishka Bhunia, Shyam S. Sablani, Juming Tang, Barbara Rasco, Comprehensive Reviews in Food Science and Food Safety, 2013

Abstract Polymeric packaging protects food during storage and transportation, and withstands mechanical and thermal stresses from high‐temperature conventional retort or microwave‐assisted food processing treatments. Chemical compounds that are incorporated within polymeric packaging materials ...

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Influence of the Foaming Agent on the Particle Size and Microwave Absorption Properties of Hollow Ceramic Microspheres

06-09-2013 | Cai Xudong, Wang Jianjiang, Yang Runxiu, Xiong Chao, Lou Hongfei, International Journal of Applied Ceramic Technology, 2013

In this study, based on self‐reactive quenching technique, hollow ceramic microspheres (HCMs) containing barium ferrites were synthesized using Al+Fe2O3+BaO2+sucrose+ epoxy resin as the reactive system and polyethylene glycol (PEG) as the foaming agent. The influence of PEG on the particle size ...

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Molecular Crowding Drives Active Pin1 into Nonspecific Complexes with Endogenous Proteins Prior to Substrate Recognition

06-09-2013 | Laura M. Luh; Robert Hänsel; Frank Löhr; Donata K. Kirchner; Katharina Krauskopf; Susanne Pitzius; Birgit Schäfer; P ..., Journal of the American Chemical Society, 2013

Proteins and nucleic acids maintain the crowded interior of a living cell and can reach concentrations in the order of 200–400 g/L which affects the physicochemical parameters of the environment, such as viscosity and hydrodynamic as well as nonspecific strong repulsive and weak attractive ...

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Infrared Sensitizers in Titania‐Based Dye‐Sensitized Solar Cells using a Dimethylferrocene Electrolyte

05-09-2013 | Torben Daeneke, Katja Gräf, Scott E. Watkins, Mukundan Thelakkat, Udo Bach , ChemSusChem, 2013

Vide infra: Two boron‐dipyrromethene (BODIPY)‐type infrared sensitizers are investigated for use in titania‐based dye‐sensitized solar cells (DSCs). The DSCs use a solution of dimethylferrocene (Me2Fc) in nitromethane as electrolyte. The titania conduction band edge is fine‐tuned by adding ...

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Preparation and properties of water‐soluble‐type sizing agents for carbon fibers

05-09-2013 | Heyi Ge, Shun Li, Huashi Liu, Dongzhi Wang, Juan Chen, Journal of Applied Polymer Science, 2013

ABSTRACT A water‐soluble epoxy resin was synthesized by the reaction between novolac epoxy resin (F‐51) and diethanolamine. Then, the modified F‐51 was mixed with poly(alkylene glycol allyl glycidyl ether) as a film former of a sizing agent. A series of water‐soluble sizing agents for carbon ...

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