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Energies, Vol. 8, Pages 8873-8886: Thermal System Analysis and Optimization of Large-Scale Compressed Air Energy Storage (CAES)

21-Aug-2015 | Fu, Zhongguang ; Lu, Ke ; Zhu, Yiming, Energies, 2015

As an important solution to issues regarding peak load and renewable energy resources on grids, large-scale compressed air energy storage (CAES) power generation technology has recently become a popular research topic in the area of large-scale industrial energy storage. At present, the ...


Iterative phasing for fluctuation X-ray scattering [Biophysics and Computational Biology]

18-Aug-2015 | Jeffrey J. Donatelli; Peter H. Zwart; James A. Sethian, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences current issue, 2015

Fluctuation X-ray scattering (FXS) is an extension of small- and wide-angle X-ray scattering in which the X-ray snapshots are taken below rotational diffusion times. This technique, performed using a free electron laser or ultrabright synchrotron source, provides significantly more experimental ...


New techniques in antibiotic discovery and resistance: Raman spectroscopy

14-Aug-2015 | Paul R. Carey, Hossein Heidari‐Torkabadi, Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 2015

Raman spectroscopy can play a role in both antibiotic discovery and understanding the molecular basis of resistance. A major challenge in drug development is to measure the population of the drug molecules inside a cell line and to follow the chemistry of their reactions with intracellular ...


Energies, Vol. 8, Pages 8704-8715: CO2 Fixation by Membrane Separated NaCl Electrolysis

14-Aug-2015 | Park, Hyun Sic; Lee, Ju Sung; Han, JunYoung ; Park, Sangwon ; Park, Jinwon ; Min, Byoung Ryul, Energies, 2015

Atmospheric concentrations of carbon dioxide (CO2), a major cause of global warming, have been rising due to industrial development. Carbon capture and storage (CCS), which is regarded as the most effective way to reduce such atmospheric CO2 concentrations, has several environmental and technical ...


Insights into G-quadruplex specific recognition by the DEAH-box helicase RHAU: Solution structure of a peptide-quadruplex complex [Chemistry]

04-Aug-2015 | Brahim Heddi; Vee Vee Cheong; Herry Martadinata; Anh Tuân Phan, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences current issue, 2015

Four-stranded nucleic acid structures called G-quadruplexes have been associated with important cellular processes, which should require G-quadruplex–protein interaction. However, the structural basis for specific G-quadruplex recognition by proteins has not been understood. The DEAH ...


Study of the instability of the Poiseuille flow using a thermodynamic formalism [Applied Mathematics]

04-Aug-2015 | Jianchun Wang; Qianxiao Li; Weinan E, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences current issue, 2015

The stability of the plane Poiseuille flow is analyzed using a thermodynamic formalism by considering the deterministic Navier–Stokes equation with Gaussian random initial data. A unique critical Reynolds number, Rec≈2,332, at which the probability of observing puffs in the solution changes from ...


Effect of Osmotic Pressure on the Stability of Whole Inactivated Influenza Vaccine for Coating on Microneedles

31-Jul-2015 | Hyo-Jick Choi et al., PLoS ONE, 2015

by Hyo-Jick Choi, Jae-Min Song, Brian J. Bondy, Richard W. Compans, Sang-Moo Kang, Mark R. Prausnitz Enveloped virus vaccines can be damaged by high osmotic strength solutions, such as those used to protect the vaccine antigen during drying, which contain high concentrations of sugars. We ...


Energies, Vol. 8, Pages 7986-8000: Experimental Fitting of the Re-Scaled Balje Maps for Low-Reynolds Radial Turbomachinery

31-Jul-2015 | Capata, Roberto ; Sciubba, Enrico, Energies, 2015

With the increasing popularity enjoyed by ultra-micro scale turbomachinery, designers are often faced with severe challenges due to the substantial phenomenological difference between the low-Reynolds fluid-dynamics in rotating or strongly curved flows and the established knowledge acquired ...


[Review] Crystallization by particle attachment in synthetic, biogenic, and geologic environments

31-Jul-2015 | James J. De Yoreo; Pupa U. P. A. Gilbert; Nico A. J. M. Sommerdijk; R. Lee Penn; Stephen Whitelam; Derk Joester; Hen ..., Science , 2015

Field and laboratory observations show that crystals commonly form by the addition and attachment of particles that range from multi-ion complexes to fully formed nanoparticles. The particles involved in these nonclassical pathways to crystallization are diverse, in contrast to classical models ...


[Perspective] Tracking the merry dance of nanoparticles

17-Jul-2015 | Christian Colliex, Science , 2015

Nanoparticles containing a few tens or hundreds of atoms have applications in an ever-expanding range of areas, from electronics to catalysis and biological sensors. This versatility stems from the high sensitivity of nanoparticle properties to size, chemical composition, and shape, which are ...


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