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51 Newest Publications about the topic molecular spectroscopyrss
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28-Sep-2012 | Bo Liu; John J. McKinnon; Philip Thacker; Peiqiang Yu, Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, 2012
To our knowledge, there is no research on the molecular structure of triticale grain in comparison with other types of cereal grains and metabolic characteristics of the protein and energy in this grain and its coproducts, called dried distillers grains with solubles (DDGS), for dairy cattle. The ...
19-Jul-2012 | Hua-Xin Zhang, Ze-Yun Xiong, Journal of Solution Chemistry, 2012
The effects of buflomedil (BFM), a novel cerebrovascular medicine, on serum albumin and the feasibility of β-cyclodextrin (β-CD) acting as a controlled releaser for BFM were investigated by molecular spectroscopy methods, including fluorescence emission, UV–visible absorption, Fourier transform ...
19-Jul-2012 | Kacper Drużbicki; Edward Mikuli; Antoni Kocot; Mirosława Danuta Ossowska-Chruściel; Janusz Chruściel; Sławomir Zalewski, Journal of Physical Chemistry A, 2012
The experimental and theoretical vibrational spectroscopic study of one of a novel antiferroelectric liquid crystals (AFLC), known under the MHPSBO10 acronym, have been undertaken. The interpretation of both FT-IR and FT-Raman spectra was focused mainly on the solid-state data. To analyze the ...
20-Jun-2012 | Michal Tatarkovič, Zdeněk Fišar, Jiří Raboch, Roman Jirák, Vladimír Setnička, Chirality, 2012
ABSTRACT As an improvement on currently used methods of molecular spectroscopy, we used chiroptical techniques (electronic circular dichroism, fluorescence detected circular dichroism, and Raman optical activity [ROA]) to investigate the human blood plasma. To avoid the degradation of plasma ...
23-May-2012 | Haiyan Wu, Zhaoyun Ding, Mei Peng, Qijun Song, Microchimica Acta, 2012
We have studied the CdTe quantum dot-induced phototransformation of 2,4-dichlorophenol (2,4-DCP) and its subsequent chemiluminescence (CL) reaction. Quantum dots (QDs) of different size and capped with thioglycolic acid were prepared and characterized by molecular spectroscopy, X-ray diffraction ...
16-May-2012 | Claire L. Bell; Jean-Pierre H. van Helden; Tom P. J. Blaikie; Gus Hancock; Nicola J. van Leeuwen; Robert Peverall; G ..., Journal of Physical Chemistry A, 2012
Accurate measurements of the absolute concentrations of radical species present in the atmosphere are invaluable for better understanding atmospheric processes and their impact on Earth systems. One of the most interesting species is HO2, the hydroperoxyl radical, whose atmospheric daytime levels ...
04-Apr-2012 | Charles E. Kolb; Douglas R. Worsnop, Annual Review of Physical Chemistry, 2012
For more than two decades a cadre of physical chemists has focused on understanding the formation processes, chemical composition, and chemical kinetics of atmospheric aerosol particles and droplets with diameters ranging from a few nanometers to ∼10,000 nm. They have adapted or invented a range ...
20-Sep-2011 | Markus Debatin; Tetsu Takekoshi; Raffael Rameshan; Lukas Reichsollner; Francesca Ferlaino; Rudolf Grimm; Romain Vexi ..., Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 2011
23-Jun-2011 | Iakovos Vittorias, Dieter Lilge, Vitor Baroso, Manfred Wilhelm, Rheologica Acta, 2011
Rheological techniques, size-exclusion chromatography, and molecular spectroscopy are the most widely used tools for describing polymer molecular structure in polyolefins. The detection of long-chain branching, and to some extent, its quantification, have been based on quantifying the deviation ...
04-Apr-2011 | Wolfgang Domcke; David Yarkony, Annual Review of Physical Chemistry, 2011
Annual Review of Physical Chemistry, Volume 62, Issue 1, May 2011.