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Selective Adsorption and Separation of Organic Dyes with Spherical Polyelectrolyte Brushes and Compressed CO2

14-Jul-2017 | Rui Zhang, Zhenchuan Yu, Yuan Yao, Xiaoyan Hou, Qizhe Shen, Lei Wang, Xuhong Guo, Junwei Wang, Xuedong Zhu, Chemistry - A European Journal, 2017

Direct discharge of industry organic dyes has caused serious environmental pollution. Herein, we proposed a rational designed spherical polyelectrolyte brushes (SPB) with cationic charges, polystyrene‐poly(2‐aminoethylmethacrylate hydrochloride) (PS‐PAEMH), as the absorbent and compressed carbon ...

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Energies, Vol. 10, Pages 103: A Performance Prediction Method for Pumps as Turbines (PAT) Using a Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) Modeling Approach

16-Jan-2017 | Frosina, Emma ; Buono, Dario ; Senatore, Adolfo, Energies, 2017

Small and micro hydropower systems represent an attractive solution for generating electricity at low cost and with low environmental impact. The pump-as-turbine (PAT) approach has promise in this application due to its low purchase and maintenance costs. In this paper, a new method to predict ...

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The decreasing aggregation of nanoscale zero-valent iron induced by trivalent chromium

15-Dec-2016 | ie=edge, Environmental Chemistry, 2016

Danlie Jiang, Xialin Hu, Rui Wang, Yujing Wang, Daqiang Yin Environmental context.Nanoscale zero-valent iron is a promising material for environmental engineering and groundwater remediation. However, the environmental behaviour and fate of nanoscale iron that is essential for applications ...

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Application of Electrodeionization Process for Bioproduct Recovery and CO2 Capture and Storage

26-Oct-2016 | Zeng, Guangming; Ye, Jie; Yan, Ming, Organic Chemistry, 2016

Abstract: Electrodeionization (EDI) process is a relatively new process applied in environmental engineering, which combines electrodialysis and conventional ion exchange. The EDI process has obvious advantages compared with the traditional deionization equipments based on the chemical ...

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Facile Fabrication of High‐Density Sub‐1‐nm Gaps from Au Nanoparticle Monolayers as Reproducible SERS Substrates

06-Oct-2016 | Shaorong Si, Wenkai Liang, Yinghui Sun, Jing Huang, Weiliang Ma, Zhiqiang Liang, Qiaoliang Bao, Lin Jiang, Advanced Functional Materials, 2016

The fabrication of ultrasmall nanogaps (sub‐1 nm) with high density is of significant interest and importance in physics, chemistry, life science, materials science, surface science, nanotechnology, and environmental engineering. However, it remains a challenge to generate uncovered and clean ...

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Research Progress of Magnetic Polymer Microspheres in Environmental Engineering

24-May-2016 | Li, Xiang; Zheng, Huaili; Zhang, Zhengan; Zhao, Chuanliang; Zhou, Yuhao; Li, Fang; Chen, Wei, Mini-Reviews in Organic Chemistry, 2016

Abstract: Magnetic polymer microspheres with unique magnetic properties and excellent physical chemical properties, such as strong stability, high biocompatibility, and exclusive adsorption properties, are widely used in biology and medicine, as well as show unique advantages in ...

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Energies, Vol. 9, Pages 303: Responses of Ecosystem Service to Land Use Change in Qinghai Province

21-Apr-2016 | Han, Ze ; Song, Wei ; Deng, Xiangzheng, Energies, 2016

Qinghai Province has a very fragile ecological environment and is an important component of the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau. To understand the disturbance caused by human activities to the local ecological system, it is necessary to evaluate the response of ecological service functions to land use ...

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Biotechnological production of biogrout from iron ore and cellulose

04-Apr-2016 | Viktor Stabnikov, Volodymyr Ivanov, Journal of Chemical Technology & Biotechnology, 2016

Abstract BACKGROUND Grouts are used in construction, agriculture, aquaculture, and environmental engineering to reduce hydraulic conductivity of soil. Known chemical grouts could be replaced in some cases by new biogrouts, which are based on microbially‐induced precipitation of minerals. The ...

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Chain Elongation with Reactor Microbiomes: Open-Culture Biotechnology To Produce Biochemicals

25-Feb-2016 | Largus T. Angenent; Hanno Richter; Wolfgang Buckel; Catherine M. Spirito; Kirsten J. J. Steinbusch; Caroline M. Plug ..., Environmental Science & Technology, 2016

Chain elongation into medium-chain carboxylates, such as n-caproate and n-caprylate, with ethanol as an electron donor and with open cultures of microbial consortia (i.e., reactor microbiomes) under anaerobic conditions is being developed as a biotechnological production platform. The goal is to ...

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Whole‐cell‐based identification of electrochemically active bacteria in microbial fuel cells by matrix‐assisted laser desorption/ionization time‐of‐flight mass spectrometry

27-Oct-2015 | Lijuan Zhang, Yan Gao, Linke Lai, Sam Fong Yau Li, Rapid Communications in Mass Spectrometry, 2015

Rationale Electrochemically active bacteria (EAB) that are capable of producing electricity from renewable biomass and organic wastes have been of particular interest in recent years. Methods for selective enrichment, accurate identification and easy acquisition of EAB fingerprints for ...

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