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Surface‐attached polymer networks through carbene intermediates generated from α‐diazo esters

14-Jul-2017 | Gregor J. Osterwinter, Rodrigo Navarro‐Crespo, Oswald Prucker, Michael Henze, Jürgen Rühe, Journal of Polymer Science Part A: Polymer Chemistry, 2017

ABSTRACT We report on the generation of surface attached polymer networks through C,H insertion reactions based on carbene intermediates. To this copolymers based on N,N‐dimethyl acrylamide, which contain α‐diazo ester groups, are generated and coated onto a solid substrate covered with a ...

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Hydrogel Patches on Live Cells through Surface-Mediated Polymerization

28-Jun-2017 | Pei-Jung Wu; Jacob L. Lilly; Roberto Arreaza; Brad J. Berron, Langmuir, 2017

Many naturally occurring cells possess an intrinsic ability to cross biological barriers that block conventional drug delivery, and these cells offer a possible mode of active transport across the blood–brain barrier or into the core of tumor masses. While many technologies for the formation of ...

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Chlorinated Polyfluoroalkyl Ether Sulfonic Acids in Marine Organisms from Bohai Sea, China: Occurrence, Temporal Variations, and Trophic Transfer Behavior

29-Mar-2017 | Yanwei Liu; Ting Ruan; Yongfeng Lin; Aifeng Liu; Miao Yu; Runzeng Liu; Mei Meng; Yawei Wang; Jiyan Liu; Guibin Jiang, Environmental Science & Technology, 2017

F-53B, the commercial product of chlorinated polyfluoroalkyl ether sulfonic acids (Cl-PFESAs), has been used in Chinese chrome plating industry for 30 years, and was recently identified in the environment, which caused great concerns. So far, limited investigations have been performed on their ...

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Unique Optoelectronic Structure and Photoreduction Properties of Sulfur-Doped Lead Chromates Explaining Their Instability in Paintings

07-Mar-2017 | Vanoushe Rahemi; Nasrin Sarmadian; Willemien Anaf; Koen Janssens; Dirk Lamoen; Bart Partoens; Karolien De Wael, Analytical Chemistry, 2017

Chrome yellow refers to a group of synthetic inorganic pigments that became popular as an artist’s material from the second quarter of the 19th century. The color of the pigment, in which the chromate ion acts as a chromophore, is related to its chemical composition (PbCr1–xSxO4, with 0 ≤ x ≤ ...

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The Tetris game of scientific investigation. Increase the score embedding analytical techniques. Raw materials and production technology of Roman glasses from Pompeii

21-Nov-2016 | Author(s): Maria Cristina Caggiani, Annarosa Mangone, Fabrizio Mastrorocco, Chiara Taccogna, Rocco Laviano ..., Microchemical Journal, 2016

Publication date: March 2017 Source:Microchemical Journal, Volume 131 Author(s): Maria Cristina Caggiani, Annarosa Mangone, Fabrizio Mastrorocco, Chiara Taccogna, Rocco Laviano, Lorena Carla Giannossa A collection of 18 intensely coloured and variously decorated Roman glass ...

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Evaluation of the etching and chrome plating on the ABS, PVC, and PVC/ABS blends surface

09-Nov-2016 | Ana Paula Kurek, Marta Elisa Rosso Dotto, Pedro Henrique Hermes de Araújo, Noeli Sellin, Journal of Applied Polymer Science, 2016

ABSTRACT As replacement for acrylonitrile‐butadiene‐styrene (ABS), which is commonly used in the manufacture of chrome parts, polyvinyl chloride (PVC) and PVC/ABS blend parts were produced by injection process, etched in sulfochromic solution in different concentrations, immersion time, and ...

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Atomic resolution imaging of beryl: an investigation of the nano‐channel occupation

03-Nov-2016 | V. ARIVAZHAGAN, F. D. SCHMITZ, P. E. VULLUM, A. T. J. VAN HELVOORT, B. HOLST, Journal of Microscopy, 2016

Summary Beryl in different varieties (emerald, aquamarine, heliodor etc.) displays a wide range of colours that have fascinated humans throughout history. Beryl is a hexagonal cyclo‐silicate (ring‐silicate) with channels going through the crystal along the c‐axis. The channels are about 0.5 nm ...

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Recent Developments in the Field of Precision Optical Coatings

08-Sep-2016 | Marcus Frank, Vakuum in Forschung und Praxis, 2016

Abstract This contribution discusses a choice of high‐precision interference coatings which are customized for specific applications in different photonic marketplaces: Individually marked wafers with AR coatings and patterned chrome layers which are used as base substrates for biochip ...

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Siderophores in Cloud Waters and Potential Impact on Atmospheric Chemistry: Production by Microorganisms Isolated at the Puy de Dôme Station

18-Aug-2016 | Virginie Vinatier; Nolwenn Wirgot; Muriel Joly; Martine Sancelme; Magali Abrantes; Laurent Deguillaume; Anne-Marie D ..., Environmental Science & Technology, 2016

A total of 450 bacteria and yeast strains isolated from cloud waters sampled at the puy de Dôme station in France (1465 m) were screened for their ability to produce siderophores. To achieve this, a high-throughput method in 96-well plates was adapted from the CAS (chrome azurol S) method. ...

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IJERPH, Vol. 13, Pages 727: Spatial Distribution, Sources Apportionment and Health Risk of Metals in Topsoil in Beijing, China

20-Jul-2016 | Sun, Chunyuan ; Zhao, Wenji ; Zhang, Qianzhong ; Yu, Xue ; Zheng, Xiaoxia ; Zhao, Jiayin ; Lv, Ming, International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 2016

In order to acquire the pollution feature and regularities of distribution of metals in the topsoil within the sixth ring road in Beijing, a total of 46 soil samples were collected, and the concentrations of twelve elements (Nickel, Ni, Lithium, Li, Vanadium, V, Cobalt, Co, Barium, Ba, Strontium, ...

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