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Sensors, Vol. 18, Pages 1115: Low-Cost GRIN-Lens-Based Nephelometric Turbidity Sensing in the Range of 0.1–1000 NTU

06-Apr-2018 | Metzger, Michael ; Konrad, Alexander ; Blendinger, Felix ; Modler, Andreas ; Meixner, Alfred J.; Bucher, Volker ; Br ..., Sensors, 2018

Sensors, Vol. 18, Pages 1115: Low-Cost GRIN-Lens-Based Nephelometric Turbidity Sensing in the Range of 0.1–1000 NTU Sensors doi: 10.3390/s18041115 Authors: Michael Metzger Alexander Konrad Felix Blendinger Andreas Modler Alfred Meixner Volker Bucher Marc Brecht Turbidity ...

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Sonogashira Coupling in 3D-Printed NMR Cuvettes: Synthesis and Properties of Arylnaphthylalkynes

07-Feb-2017 | Felix Lederle; Frederick Meyer; Christian Kaldun; Jan C. Namyslo; Eike G. Hübner, New Journal of Chemistry, 2017

3D-Printing has been used to build hollow NMR tube/spinner combinations out of NMR-transparent polyamide. The whole 3D-print has been processed inside a glove box and during pauses of the 3D-printing process, all reactants for the palladium-catalyzed decarboxylative Sonogashira coupling of aryl ...

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Novel photo-reactor for fast screening of photo-catalytic systems

27-Nov-2016 | Author(s): Daniel L.A. Fernandes, Alena Budinská, Mariia V. Pavliuk, Jacinto Sá, Journal of Photochemistry and Photobiology A: Chemistry, 2016

Publication date: 15 February 2017 Source:Journal of Photochemistry and Photobiology A: Chemistry, Volume 335 Author(s): Daniel L.A. Fernandes, Alena Budinská, Mariia V. Pavliuk, Jacinto Sá Photo-catalysis is an emerging technology for clean energy production, organic synthesis and ...

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3D‐Printing inside the Glove‐Box: A Versatile Tool for Inert‐Gas Chemistry Combined with Spectroscopy

14-Mar-2016 | Felix Lederle, Christian Kaldun, Jan C. Namyslo, Eike G. Hübner, Helvetica Chimica Acta, 2016

3D‐printing with the well‐established “Fused Deposition Modeling” technology was used to print totally gas‐tight reaction vessels, combined with printed cuvettes, inside the inert‐gas atmosphere of a glove‐box. During pauses of the print, the reaction flasks out of acrylonitrile butadiene ...

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Nanopaper as an Optical Sensing Platform

08-Jul-2015 | Eden Morales-Narváez; Hamed Golmohammadi; Tina Naghdi; Hossein Yousefi; Uliana Kostiv; Daniel Horák; Nahid Pourreza; ..., ACS Nano, 2015

Bacterial cellulose nanopaper (BC) is a multifunctional material known for numerous desirable properties: sustainability, biocompatibility, biodegradability, optical transparency, thermal properties, flexibility, high mechanical strength, hydrophilicity, high porosity, broad chemical-modification ...

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Pillar Cuvettes: Capillary-Filled, Microliter Quartz Cuvettes with Microscale Path Lengths for Optical Spectroscopy

20-Apr-2015 | Gregor Holzner; Frederik Hermanus Kriel; Craig Priest, Analytical Chemistry, 2015

The goal of most analytical techniques is to reduce the lower limit of detection; however, it is sometimes necessary to do the opposite. High sample concentrations or samples with high molar absorptivity (e.g., dyes and metal complexes) often require multiple dilution steps or laborious sample ...

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Fast and Sensitive Total Protein and Peptide Assays for Proteomic Analysis

09-Apr-2015 | Jacek R. Wiśniewski; Fabienne Z. Gaugaz, Analytical Chemistry, 2015

The determination of total protein content is one of the most frequent analytical tasks in biochemistry and molecular biology. Here we evaluate measurements of tryptophan fluorescence (WF) for total protein determination in whole tissue lysates and for peptide quantification in protein digests. ...

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Evaluation of ultra-sensitive leucomalachite dye derivatives for use in the PRESAGE® dosimeter

18-Mar-2013 | Radiation Physics and Chemistry, 2013

April 2013 Publication year: 2013Source:Radiation Physics and Chemistry, Volume 85 In this study we carry out a comparison between the commercially available leucomalachite green (LMG) dye and three newly synthesised derivatives (with either methoxy, chloro or bromo substituents) ...

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Significantly Enhanced Adsorption of Bulk Self-Assembling Porphyrins at Solid/Liquid Interfaces through the Self-Assembly Process

31-Oct-2012 | Yonbon Arai; Hiroshi Segawa, Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 2012

Controlling the adsorption behavior of bulk-phase self-assembling dye molecules at solid/liquid interfaces is of importance for application to various devices. Herein, we report an unexpected phenomenon on the adsorption behaviors of bulk J-aggregating water-soluble porphyrin diacids. A ...

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Dosimetry aspects of a non-diffusing genipin-gelatin gel

30-Sep-2012 | J.B. Davies, S.G. Bosi, C. Baldock, Radiation Physics and Chemistry, 2012

Genipin-gelatin gel shows promise as a stable, three-dimensional dosimeter for use in quality assurance for radiotherapy treatments. Genipin creates cross-links in gelatin, forming a blue colour that bleaches quantitatively upon irradiation. A formulation suitable for dosimetry was investigated ...

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