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Calcium Carbide: A Unique Reagent for Organic Synthesis and Nanotechnology

22-Feb-2016 | Konstantin S. Rodygin, Georg Werner, Fedor A. Kucherov, Valentine P. Ananikov, Chemistry - An Asian Journal, 2016

Abstract Acetylene, HC≡CH, is one of the primary building blocks in synthetic organic and industrial chemistry. Several highly valuable processes have been developed based on this simplest alkyne and the development of acetylene chemistry has had a paramount impact on chemical science over the ...


Simple, Rapid, and Selective Isolation of 2S Albumins from Allergenic Seeds and Nuts

16-Jun-2015 | Marlene Hummel; Tina Wigger; Tessa Höper; Imke Westkamp; Jens Brockmeyer, Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, 2015

The 2S albumins belong to the group of seed storage proteins present in different seeds and nuts. Due to their pronounced allergenic potential, which is often associated with severe allergic reactions, this protein family is of special interest in the field of allergen research. Here we present a ...


Enabling the detection of UV signal in multimodal nonlinear microscopy with catalogue lens components


Summary Using an optical system made from fused silica catalogue optical components, third‐order nonlinear microscopy has been enabled on conventional Ti:sapphire laser‐based multiphoton microscopy setups. The optical system is designed using two lens groups with straightforward adaptation to ...


An Accelerated Analytical Process for the Development of STR Profiles for Casework Samples

17-Mar-2015 | Nancy Laurin, Chantal J. Frégeau, Journal of Forensic Sciences, 2015

Abstract Significant efforts are being devoted to the development of methods enabling rapid generation of short tandem repeat (STR) profiles in order to reduce turnaround times for the delivery of human identification results from biological evidence. Some of the proposed solutions are still ...


Development of a Straightforward and Robust Technique to Implement Hadamard Encoded Multiplexing to High-Performance Liquid Chromatography

15-Oct-2014 | Alexander F. Siegle; Oliver Trapp, Analytical Chemistry, 2014

High-performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) is an indispensable technique to separate, quantify, and identify a broad range of compounds. Recent advances in HPLC technology led to the development of ultrahigh-performance instruments that allow rapid sample analysis with high efficiency. ...


XPAD X‐ray hybrid pixel detector for charge density quality diffracted intensities on laboratory equipment

17-Sep-2014 | Emmanuel Wenger, Slimane Dahaoui, Paul Alle, Pascal Parois, Cyril Palin, Claude Lecomte, Dominik Schaniel, Acta Crystallographica Section B, 2014

The new generation of X‐ray detectors, the hybrid pixel area detectors or `pixel detectors', is based on direct detection and single‐photon counting processes. A large linearity range, high dynamic and extremely low noise leading to an unprecedented high signal‐to‐noise ratio, fast readout time ...


A Whole-Cell Biosensor for the Detection of Gold

09-Aug-2013 | Carla M. Zammit et al., PLoS ONE, 2013

by Carla M. Zammit, Davide Quaranta, Shane Gibson, Anita J. Zaitouna, Christine Ta, Joël Brugger, Rebecca Y. Lai, Gregor Grass, Frank Reith Geochemical exploration for gold (Au) is becoming increasingly important to the mining industry. Current processes for Au analyses require sampling ...


Sensors, Vol. 12, Pages 16116-16143: A Wireless Sensor Enabled by Wireless Power

22-Nov-2012 | Lee, Da-Sheng ; Liu, Yu-Hong ; Lin, Chii-Ruey, Sensors, 2012

Through harvesting energy by wireless charging and delivering data by wireless communication, this study proposes the concept of a wireless sensor enabled by wireless power (WPWS) and reports the fabrication of a prototype for functional tests. One WPWS node consists of wireless power module and ...


A novel type of equipment for reactive distillation: Model development, simulation, sensitivity, and error analysis

16-Oct-2012 | Erik von Harbou, Markus Schmitt, Christoph Großmann, Hans Hasse, AIChE Journal, 2012

Abstract A simulation study of heterogeneously catalysed reactive distillation (HCRD) experiments carried out with the D+R tray, a novel type of laboratory equipment, is presented. One advantage of the D+R tray is that reaction and distillation are alternating stage‐wise, in a well‐defined way ...


[Perspective] Materials Science: Building Research Equipment with Free, Open-Source Hardware

19-Sep-2012 | Joshua M. Pearce, Science , 2012

A rapidly increasing selection of laboratory equipment can be fabricated with open-source three-dimensional printers at low cost.


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