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Development of a new smog chamber for studying the impact of different UV lamps on SAPRC chemical mechanism predictions and aerosol formation

13-Jun-2018 | ie=edge, Environmental Chemistry, 2018

Stephen White, Dennys Angove, Kangwei Li, Ian Campbell, Adrian Element, Brendan Halliburton, Steve Lavrencic, Donald Cameron, Ian Jamie, Merched Azzi Environmental context.Chemical mechanisms are an important component of predictive air quality models that are developed using smog chambers. ...

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Amino‐Mediated Anchoring Perovskite Quantum Dots for Stable and Low‐Threshold Random Lasing

31-Jul-2017 | Xiaoming Li, Yue Wang, Handong Sun, Haibo Zeng, Advanced Materials, 2017

Halide perovskite quantum dots (Pe‐QDs) have been considered as outstanding candidates for photodetector, light‐emitting diode, and lasing applications, but these perspectives are being impeded by the severe stability, including both chemical and optical degradations. This study reports on ...

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UVR: sun, lamps, pigmentation and vitamin D

06-Dec-2016 | C. M. Lerche; P. A. Philipsen; H. C. Wulf, Photochemical & Photobiological Sciences, 2016

Exposure to ultraviolet radiation (UVR) has important and significant consequences on human health. Recently, there has been renewed interest in the beneficial effects of UVR. This perspective gives an introduction to the solar spectrum, UV lamps, UV dosimetry, skin pigment and vitamin D. The ...

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VUV/UV/Chlorine as an Enhanced Advanced Oxidation Process for Organic Pollutant Removal from Water: Assessment with a Novel Mini-Fluidic VUV/UV Photoreaction System (MVPS)

26-May-2016 | Mengkai Li; Zhimin Qiang; Pin Hou; James R. Bolton; Jiuhui Qu; Peng Li; Chen Wang, Environmental Science & Technology, 2016

Vacuum ultraviolet (VUV) and ultraviolet (UV)/chlorine processes are regarded as two of many advanced oxidation processes (AOPs). Because of the similar cost of VUV/UV and UV lamps, a combination of VUV and UV/chlorine (i.e., VUV/UV/chlorine) may enhance the removal of organic pollutants in water ...

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iCONVERT: An Integrated Device for the UV-Assisted Determination of H2S via Mid-Infrared Gas Sensors

24-Sep-2015 | João Flavio da Silveira Petruci; Arnaldo Alves Cardoso; Andreas Wilk; Vjekoslav Kokoric; Boris Mizaikoff, Analytical Chemistry, 2015

In this technical note, we describe an integrated device platform for performing in-flow gaseous conversion reactions based on ultraviolet (UV) irradiation. The system combines, using the same footprint, an integrated UV-conversion device (iCONVERT), a preconcentrator unit (iPRECON), and a new ...

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Rapid and Quantitative Detection of Avian Influenza A(H7N9) Virions in Complex Matrices Based on Combined Magnetic Capture and Quantum Dot Labeling

17-Aug-2015 | Min Wu, Zhi‐Ling Zhang, Gang Chen, Cong‐Ying Wen, Ling‐Ling Wu, Jiao Hu, Chao‐Chao Xiong, Jian‐Jun Chen, Dai‐Wen Pang, Small, 2015

Avian influenza A(H7N9) virus, which emerged in China in the spring of 2013, has infected hundreds of people and resulted in many deaths. Herein, a rapid and quantitative assay is proposed for the one‐step detection of H7N9 virions. Immunomagnetic nanospheres (IMNs) and antibody‐conjugated ...

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Enantioselective Fluorescent Recognition in the Fluorous Phase: Enhanced Reactivity and Expanded Chiral Recognition

13-Mar-2015 | Chao Wang; Elaine Wu; Xuedan Wu; Xiangchuan Xu; Guoqing Zhang; Lin Pu, Journal of the American Chemical Society, 2015

A novel perfluoroalkyl-BINOL-based chiral diketone is found to be the first highly enantioselective fluorescent sensor in the fluorous phase. One enantiomer of a chiral amino alcohol or diamine at a concentration greater than 1 mM can cause an up to 1200–2000-fold fluorescent enhancement of the ...

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Effect of humidity conditions on active oxygen species generated under ultraviolet light irradiation and etching characteristics of fluorocarbon polymer

21-Dec-2014 | Author(s): Kei Oya , Ryota Watanabe , Yuta Soga , Yuki Ikeda , Takaharu Nakamura , Satoru Iwamori, Journal of Photochemistry and Photobiology A: Chemistry, 2014

Publication date: 1 February 2015 Source:Journal of Photochemistry and Photobiology A: Chemistry, Volume 298 Author(s): Kei Oya , Ryota Watanabe , Yuta Soga , Yuki Ikeda , Takaharu Nakamura , Satoru Iwamori For efficient industrial application, it is necessary to understand the ...

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Fluorescent Red GK as a fluorescent probe for selective detection of bisulfite anions

12-Aug-2013 | Author(s): Jianbin Chao , Yan Zhang , Hongfang Wang , Yongbin Zhang , Fangjun Huo , Caixia Yin , Liping Qin , ..., Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical, 2013

Publication date: November 2013 Source:Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical, Volume 188 Author(s): Jianbin Chao , Yan Zhang , Hongfang Wang , Yongbin Zhang , Fangjun Huo , Caixia Yin , Liping Qin , Yu Wang A coumarin-based dye, Fluorescent Red GK, was developed for the detection of ...

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Microwave-Assisted Degradation Of Acid Orange Using A Conjugated Polymer,Polyaniline, As Catalyst

15-Jul-2013 | Author(s): Ufana Riaz , S.M. Ashraf , Mohd. Aqib, Arabian Journal of Chemistry, 2013

Publication date: Available online 11 July 2013 Source:Arabian Journal of Chemistry Author(s): Ufana Riaz , S.M. Ashraf , Mohd. Aqib Microwave-assisted photocatalytic degradation of dyes is one of the emerging technologies for waste water remediation. Microwave effectively accelerates ...

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