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Assessment of activity of ‘transparent and clear’ and ‘opaque and highly coloured’ photocatalytic samples using a fluorescent photocatalytic activity indicator ink, FPaii

14-Aug-2016 | Author(s): Andrew Mills, Dilidaer Yusufu, Nathan Wells, Christopher O’Rourke, Journal of Photochemistry and Photobiology A: Chemistry, 2016

Publication date: 1 November 2016 Source:Journal of Photochemistry and Photobiology A: Chemistry, Volume 330 Author(s): Andrew Mills, Dilidaer Yusufu, Nathan Wells, Christopher O’Rourke The photocatalytic activity of self-cleaning glass is assessed using a resazurin (Rz) ...


A Positron Emission Particle Tracking investigation of the scaling law governing free surface flows in tumbling mills

12-Aug-2016 | I. Govender, M. C. Richter, D. N. De Klerk, A. N. Mainza, AIChE Journal, 2016

Abstract Positron Emission Particle Tracking (PEPT) measurements are used to track the flow of d = 5mm glass beads within a rotating drum fitted with (and without) lifter bars and operated in the cascading and cataracting Froude regimes. After converting the Lagrangian trajectories of a ...


[Research Article] Emergence of healing in the Antarctic ozone layer

15-Jul-2016 | Susan Solomon; Diane J. Ivy; Doug Kinnison; Michael J. Mills; Ryan R. Neely; Anja Schmidt, Science , 2016

Industrial chlorofluorocarbons that cause ozone depletion have been phased out under the Montreal Protocol. A chemically driven increase in polar ozone (or “healing”) is expected in response to this historic agreement. Observations and model calculations together indicate that healing of the ...


A microbial perspective of human developmental biology

07-Jul-2016 | Mark R. Charbonneau; Laura V. Blanton; Daniel B. DiGiulio; David A. Relman; Carlito B. Lebrilla; David A. Mills; Jef ..., Nature, 2016

A microbial perspective of human developmental biology Nature 535, 7610 (2016). doi:10.1038/nature18845 Authors: Mark R. Charbonneau, Laura V. Blanton, Daniel B. DiGiulio, David A. Relman, Carlito B. Lebrilla, David A. Mills & Jeffrey I. ...


Towards green analysis of virgin olive oil phenolic compounds: Extraction by a natural deep eutectic solvent and direct spectrophotometric detection

18-Jun-2016 | Author(s): Vito Michele Paradiso, Antonia Clemente, Carmine Summo, Antonella Pasqualone, Francesco Caponio, Food Chemistry, 2016

Publication date: 1 December 2016 Source:Food Chemistry, Volume 212 Author(s): Vito Michele Paradiso, Antonia Clemente, Carmine Summo, Antonella Pasqualone, Francesco Caponio The determination of phenolic compounds in extra virgin olive oils (EVOO) by means of rapid, low-cost, ...


Integrated design of agricultural and industrial processes: A case study of combined sugar and ethanol production

15-Jun-2016 | Kotaro Ouchida, Yasuhiro Fukushima, Satoshi Ohara, Akira Sugimoto, Masahiko Hirao, Yasunori Kikuchi, AIChE Journal, 2016

Abstract Bioethanol production from molasses has advantages in greenhouse gas emissions because of its energy acquisition from bagasse. However, the improvement of bioethanol productivity is challenging; while each elemental technology option can be greatly improved, the trade‐offs between the ...


Energies, Vol. 9, Pages 359: Techno-Economic Analysis of Integrating First and Second-Generation Ethanol Production Using Filamentous Fungi: An Industrial Case Study

12-May-2016 | Rajendran, Karthik ; Rajoli, Sreevathsava ; Taherzadeh, Mohammad J., Energies, 2016

The 2nd generation plants producing ethanol from lignocelluloses demand risky and high investment costs. This paper presents the energy- and economical evaluations for integrating lignocellulose in current 1st generation dry mill ethanol processes, using filamentous fungi. Dry mills use grains ...


[Review] Trained immunity: A program of innate immune memory in health and disease

22-Apr-2016 | Mihai G. Netea; Leo A. B. Joosten; Eicke Latz; Kingston H. G. Mills; Gioacchino Natoli; Hendrik G. Stunnenberg; Luke ..., Science , 2016

The general view that only adaptive immunity can build immunological memory has recently been challenged. In organisms lacking adaptive immunity, as well as in mammals, the innate immune system can mount resistance to reinfection, a phenomenon termed “trained immunity” or “innate immune memory.” ...


[Technical Response] Response to Comments on “Slow adaptation in the face of rapid warming leads to collapse of the Gulf of Maine cod fishery”

22-Apr-2016 | Andrew J. Pershing; Michael A. Alexander; Christina M. Hernandez; Lisa A. Kerr; Arnault Le Bris; Katherine E. Mills; ..., Science , 2016

Palmer et al. and Swain et al. suggest that our “extra mortality” time series is spurious. In response, we show that including temperature-dependent mortality improves abundance estimates and that warming waters reduce growth rates in Gulf of Maine cod. Far from being spurious, temperature ...


New Vistas in the Molecular Chemistry of Thorium: Low Oxidation State Complexes

20-Apr-2016 | Fabrizio Ortu; Alasdair Formanuik; James R. Innes; David P Mills, Dalton Transactions, 2016

Dalton Trans., 2016, Accepted ManuscriptDOI: 10.1039/C6DT01111J, Perspective Fabrizio Ortu, Alasdair Formanuik, James R. Innes, David P MillsThis is an Accepted Manuscript, which has been through the RSC Publishing peer review process and has been accepted for publication. Accepted manuscripts ...


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