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23-Mar-2010 | Dirk Lachenmeier; Rolf Godelmann; Markus Steiner; Bob Ansay; Jurgen Weigel; Gunther Krieg, Chemistry Central Journal , 2010
Background: Ever since Gay-Lussac's time, the alcoholic strength by volume (% vol) has been determined by using densimetric measurements. The typical reference procedure involves distillation followed by pycnometry, which is comparably labour-intensive and therefore expensive. At present, ...
09-Mar-2010 | Mikhail Krasavin; Konstantin Rufanov; Andrey Sosnov; Ruben Karapetian; Elena Godovykh; Olga Soldatkina; Yan Lavrovsk ..., Chemistry Central Journal , 2010
A new chemical series of antiproliferative compounds was identified via high-throughput screening on DU-145 human prostate carcinoma cell line (hit compound potency - 5.7 μM). Exploration of the two peripheral diversity vectors of the hit molecule in a hit-targeted library and testing of the ...
11-Feb-2010 | Anke Walter; Rita Herbert; Christian Hess; Thorsten Ressler, Chemistry Central Journal , 2010
The local structure of vanadium oxide supported on nanostructured SiO2 (VxOy/SBA-15) was investigated by in situ X-ray absorption spectroscopy (XAS). Because the number of potential parameters in XAS data analysis often exceeds the number of "independent" parameters, evaluating the reliability ...
01-Feb-2010 | Theresa Hague; Andrea Petroczi; Paul Andrews; James Barker; Declan Naughton, Chemistry Central Journal , 2010
This is a correction to the following paper: Hague T, Petroczi A, Andrews PR, Barker J, Naughton DP: Determination of metal ion content of beverages and estimation of target hazard quotients: a comparative study. Chem Central J 2008, 2:13.
23-Jan-2010 | Takashi Okada; Masumi Yamakawa; Norihito Ohmori; Sachio Mori; Hiroshi Horikawa; Taketo Hayashi; Satoshi Fujishima, Chemistry Central Journal , 2010
Background: Chemical compounds affecting a bioactivity can usually be classified into several groups, each of which shares a characteristic substructure. We call these substructures "basic active structures" or BASs. The extraction of BASs is challenging when the database of compounds contains a ...