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Degradation of pharmaceuticals from Membrane Biological Reactor sludge with Trametes versicolor

17-Dec-2014 | Guillem Llorens-Blanch; Marina Badia-Fabregat; Daniel Lucas; S. Rodríguez-Mozaz; Damià Barcelό; Taina Pennanen; Glor ..., Journal of Environmental Monitoring, 2014

Emerging contaminants are a wide group of chemical products that are found at low concentrations in the environment. These contaminants can be either natural – estrogens – or synthetics – like pesticides and pharmaceuticals –, which can get the environment through the water and sludge from ...


Biopesticides: State of the Art and Future Opportunities

18-Nov-2014 | James N. Seiber; Joel Coats; Stephen O. Duke; Aaron D. Gross, Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, 2014

The use of biopesticides and related alternative management products is increasing. New tools, including semiochemicals and plant-incorporated protectants (PIPs), as well as botanical and microbially derived chemicals, are playing an increasing role in pest management, along with plant and animal ...


Influence of film thickness and deposition rate on surface quality of polyparylene coatings

08-Aug-2012 | Florian Schamberger, Astrid Ziegler, and Gerhard Franz, Journal of Vacuum Science & Technology B, 2012

Polyparylene is a polymer with outstanding properties when compared to other synthetics. Therefore, chemical vapor deposition of polyparylene is making inroads in several technical fields. Even applications demanding tight requirements on coating quality, like gate dielectrics for the ...


Whiter wool from fleece to fabric

03-Aug-2011 | Millington, Keith R; King, A L; Hatcher, S; Drum, C, Coloration Technology, 2011

The natural cream colour and low photostability of Merino wool are impediments that affect the wool’s competitiveness over a wide range of apparel and interior textile products. In particular, these two properties need improvement if the wool is to match the performance of cotton and synthetics ...


Synthesis and biological evaluation of naphthalene, furan and pyrrole based chalcones as cytotoxic and antimicrobial agents

13-Jul-2011 | Medicinal Chemistry Research, 2011

Abstract Chalcone is an aromatic ketone that forms the central core for a variety of important biological compounds, which are collectively known as chalcones. These show antibacterial, antifungal, antitumour and anti-inflammatory properties, and also are intermediates in the ...


A study of abrasion and frictional behaviour of nonwoven interlining produced with different coating methods

02-Jun-2011 | Nazan Avcioglu Kalebek, Osman Babaarslan, Fibers and Polymers, 2011

Interlinings are produced recently not only natural and synthetics fibers but also fiber sheet form in nonwoven production methods. During usage, the fabric wears out and because of this problem fabric surface structure deteriorates. As a result of, investigation of fabrics surface and frictional ...


Characteristics of Known Drug Space. Natural Products, their Derivatives and Synthetic Drugs

18-Sep-2010 | Richard, Bade , Ho-Fung, Chan , Jóhannes, Reynisson, European Journal of Medicinal Chemistry, 2010

Known drug space (KDS) was analysed for the occurrence of natural products and their derivatives. A database of 1000 marketed drugs was compiled. It was found that 10% of the drugs on the market are unaltered natural products, 29% are their derivatives (semi-synthetics) and the rest (61%) have a ...


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