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Journal of Chemical Research Abstracts Edition, Volume 41, Issue No.7, July 2017

Posted on 19. July, 2017.

Download the July Abstracts Edition of Journal of Chemical Research, free of charge.


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Kinetics of diffusion-controlled adsorption of adenine and adenosine in a carboxymethyl diaminoethane PVC-mediated column system

Posted on 13. March, 2015.

The interactions of biochemical compounds, such as adenine and adenosine, with chelating resins in fixed-beds have been extensively studied. However, a literature search indicates that there are very few studies concerning the kinetics of ligand adsorption in the continuous mode.


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“Vibrational bonding”: a new type of chemical bond is discovered

Posted on 12. March, 2015.

Chemical bonding is the attractive force between atoms that causes them to form into aggregates such as molecules or solids. At its foundation, a chemical bond is always a result of the summed attractive and repulsive electrostatic interactions between a number of positively charged nuclei and a number of negatively charged electrons, but a hierarchy of different bond types of varying strength can be identified.


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Contents: Science Progress  Volume 98 Number 1 2015

Posted on 11. March, 2015.

Science Progress commissions world authorities to contribute articles on the most interesting, important and meaningful topics - ranging from cosmology to the environment, and publishes occasional issues on specific topics.


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Free from the Science Reviews archives - Superconductivity

Posted on 9. March, 2015.

Superconductivity is one of the most explicit and dramatic forms of electronic order. We are baffled by its consequences, for example the complete breakdown of electrical resistance, the expulsion of small magnetic fields, the Josephson effect and magnetic levitation. But at a more conceptual level, the processes underlying these phenomena are equally captivating: why does a superconductor superconduct?


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Journal of Chemical Research Abstracts Edition, Volume 39, Issue No.2, February 2015

Posted on 6. March, 2015.

The Volume 39, Issue No.2, February 2015 Abstracts Edition of Journal of Chemical Research is available to download now.


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Free from the archives - One-pot synthesis of 2-amino-4-aryl-5-oxo-5,6,7,8-tetrahydro-4H-1-benzopyran-3-carbonitriles in aqueous media

Posted on 5. March, 2015.

The selective manipulation of one functional group in the presence of other(s) using nontoxic chemicals in economically viable and environmentally benign conditions is a formidable task for synthetic organic chemists. There is a growing interest in carrying out synthetic transformations in aqueous media.


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Trophic niche and feeding strategy of the White Stork (Ciconia ciconia) during different phases of the breeding season

Posted on 5. March, 2015.

Food supply is one of the ecological factors that influence life-history traits, population sizes and community structure in birds. Indeed, understanding both the ecological continuity of animal species and their ecological niches is greatly dependent on food restriction and its variations in quality and quantity.


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A QM/MM study of NO oxidation on the nanocrystalline surface of tungsten oxide

Posted on 5. March, 2015.

Nitrogen oxides play a major role in air pollution, particularly in the creation of acid rain and photochemical smog. Among the methods that can be used to capture or eliminate these pollutants are adsorption on the surfaces of metal oxide semiconductors (MOSs) and followed by conversion into other materials.


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