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High-resolution {mu}CT of a mouse embryo using a compact laser-driven X-ray betatron source [Applied Physical Sciences]

19-Jun-2018 | Jason M. Cole; Daniel R. Symes; Nelson C. Lopes; Jonathan C. Wood; Kristjan Poder; Saleh Alatabi; Stanley W. Botchwa ..., Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences current issue, 2018

High-resolution microcomputed tomography with benchtop X-ray sources requires long scan times because of the heat load limitation on the anode. We present an alternative, high-brightness plasma-based X-ray source that does not suffer from this restriction. A demonstration of tomography of a ...

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Investigation and regulation of self-assembled well-ordered nano/microstructures via an aromatic [small alpha]-amino acid

06-Jun-2018 | Maryam Moazeni; Fathallah Karimzadeh; Ahmad Kermanpur, Soft Matter, 2018

In order to invent notable biomaterials, in this research d-phenylalanine as an aromatic α-amino acid has been studied for the synthesis of well-ordered self-assembled architectures such as wires, tubes and sheets under different synthesis conditions. Multiple factors are responsible for ...

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Size Dependent Surface Charge Properties of Silica Nano-Channels: Double Layer Overlap and Inlet/Outlet Effects

06-Jun-2018 | Tumcan Sen; Murat Barisik, Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 2018

Transport inside nano-channels and tubes is highly dependent on their surface charge properties. While most of the previous studies assume that the charge density of a surface is a material property and independent of the confinement size, this study properly characterized the surface charge of a ...

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IJMS, Vol. 19, Pages 1681: Morphological Complexity as a Floral Signal: From Perception by Insect Pollinators to Co-Evolutionary Implications

06-Jun-2018 | Krishna, Shivani ; Keasar, Tamar, International Journal of Molecular Sciences, 2018

IJMS, Vol. 19, Pages 1681: Morphological Complexity as a Floral Signal: From Perception by Insect Pollinators to Co-Evolutionary Implications International Journal of Molecular Sciences doi: 10.3390/ijms19061681 Authors: Shivani Krishna Tamar Keasar Morphologically complex flowers ...

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Molecules, Vol. 23, Pages 1362: Tubular and Spherical SiO2 Obtained by Sol Gel Method for Lipase Immobilization and Enzymatic Activity

05-Jun-2018 | Anastasescu, Crina ; Preda, Silviu ; Rusu, Adriana ; Culita, Dana ; Plavan, Gabriel ; Strungaru, Stefan ; Calderon-M ..., Molecules, 2018

Molecules, Vol. 23, Pages 1362: Tubular and Spherical SiO2 Obtained by Sol Gel Method for Lipase Immobilization and Enzymatic Activity Molecules doi: 10.3390/molecules23061362 Authors: Crina Anastasescu Silviu Preda Adriana Rusu Dana Culita Gabriel Plavan Stefan Strungaru Jose ...

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Polyaromatic molecular tubes: from strategic synthesis to host functions

26-May-2018 | Kohei Yazaki; Lorenzo Catti; Michito Yoshizawa, Chemical Communication, 2018

Ring- and tube-shaped molecules like crown ethers and cyclodextrins play a fundamental role in supramolecular chemistry since their initial discovery. To date, numerous intriguing properties and reactivities have been reported based on their unique inner microenvironments. While inner spaces ...

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Synthesis of a ZSM-5/NaA hybrid zeolite membrane using kaolin as a modification layer

25-May-2018 | Yao-Yi Xu; Xue-Ling Wei; Shuai Liang; Ya-Li Sun; Zi-Sheng Chao, New Journal of Chemistry, 2018

Considering the reliable characteristics and the suitable silica alumina content of kaolin, a new way of synthesizing a ZSM-5/NaA hybrid zeolite membrane on 170 mm length ceramic tubes by employing kaolin as a modification layer using a hydrothermal synthesis process was presented for the first ...

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Liquid chromatography with micelles in open-tube capillaries

25-May-2018 | Joselito P. Quirino; Faustino M. Tarongoy, Green Chemistry, 2018

The greening efforts in analytical chromatography are mostly on the reduction of chemical waste and the replacement of organic solvents used in the mobile phase. Here, we present a new green liquid chromatography approach in open-tubes with the following advantages and/or features: up to zero ...

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Cation-induced folding of alginate-bearing bilayer gels: an unusual example of spontaneous folding along the long axis

23-May-2018 | Jasmin C. Athas; Catherine P. Nguyen; Shailaa Kummar; Srinivasa R. Raghavan, Soft Matter, 2018

The spontaneous folding of flat gel films into tubes is an interesting example of self-assembly. Typically, a rectangular film folds along its short axis when forming a tube; folding along the long axis has been seen only in rare instances when the film is constrained. Here, we report a case ...

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Sensors, Vol. 18, Pages 1620: A Tube-Integrated Painted Biosensor for Glucose and Lactate

18-May-2018 | Shi, Weihua ; Luo, Xiaojin ; Cui, Yue, Sensors, 2018

Sensors, Vol. 18, Pages 1620: A Tube-Integrated Painted Biosensor for Glucose and Lactate Sensors doi: 10.3390/s18051620 Authors: Weihua Shi Xiaojin Luo Yue Cui Developing a simple and direct approach for sensitive, specific, and rapid detection of metabolic compounds is of ...

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