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Contents: Journal of Chemical Research , Volume 42, Issue No.10 October 2018

Posted on 5. November, 2018.

The Journal of Chemical Research is a monthly journal which has a broad international authorship and publishes research papers and reviews in all branches of experimental chemistry. Established in 1977 as a joint venture by the British, French and German chemical societies it maintains the high standards set by the founding societies.


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Applications of bioremediation and phytoremediation

Posted on 17. February, 2014.

The decontamination of soil and water from pollutants using microorganisms is known as bioremediation. This can occur naturally or be stimulated, e.g. by the application of fertilisers.  More recently it has been shown that through the addition of matched microbe strains to the medium, the effectiveness of the resident microbe population to decompose contaminants may be enhanced.


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Contents: Journal Of Chemical Research Volume 38 Issue No. 2 2014

Posted on 10. February, 2014.

The Journal of Chemical Research is a monthly journal which has a broad international authorship and publishes research papers and reviews in all branches of experimental chemistry. Established in 1977 as a joint venture by the British, French and German chemical societies it maintains the high standards set by the founding societies.


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Contents: Chemical Speciation And Bioavailability Volume 26 Issue 1 2014

Posted on 7. February, 2014.

Chemical Speciation & Bioavailability covers all aspects of environmental science and pollution.


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Walk-in access to high quality academic research available in UK public libraries

Posted on 4. February, 2014.

Students, independent researchers and small businesses can now access many of the world’s best academic papers across science, technology, medicine and other disciplines through their local libraries. This is the result of a unique collaboration between librarians and publishers, who have made their journal content available for free to UK libraries under a new initiative, Access to Research.


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Photoinduced electron transfer processes of functionalized nanocarbons; fullerenes, nanotubes and graphene

Posted on 14. January, 2014.

To solve the energy demands for a sustainable society, clean solar energy is crucial. Thus, finding methods for efficient light energy conversion is important. Molecular devices employing composites of nanocarbons such as fullerenes, single wall carbon nanotubes and graphene are promising. Light-induced electron-transfer processes of these nanocarbons hybridized with photosensitizers are more favourable than ordinary molecules.


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Adsorption of arsenic on pre-treated zeolite at different pH levels

Posted on 14. January, 2014.

Water pollution by arsenic has become one of the biggest problems faced by the sustainable development in several countries. Arsenic contained in drinking water is responsible for many health problems such as lung cancer, bladder cancer, diabetes, muscular weakness, and black foot disease. This study shows the importance of using natural pre-treated zeolites in the adsorption of arsenic in water due to the adsorption percentages that are higher than 90%, controlling the pH in the pre-treatment.


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Novel approach to the ultrasonic degradation of polymers: development of a general kinetic equation

Posted on 14. January, 2014.

The general applicability of the common kinetic equations is discussed to develop a general kinetic equation for the ultrasonic degradation of polymers. The common ultrasonic-kinetic equations for polymers are used to fit original data collected from the literature. The fitting accuracy is evaluated by the residual standard deviation. The results indicate that the first-order equation and second-order equations are the most accurate and can replace other kinetic equations.


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Collection, isolation, and culture of somatic cells from avian semen

Posted on 14. January, 2014.

Somatic cells recovered from avian semen could be used in chimera formation or cloning of endangered birds; especially important when a genetically unique animal dies and the only viable genetic material available is semen cryopreserved for artificial insemination and in vitro fertilization purposes. Although used in mammalian reproduction, this technology is lacking for avian semen. A minimally invasive technique to conserve avian genetic diversity is described that uses fresh avian semen from domestic chickens as a source of somatic cells, specifically fibroblast-like cells and epithelial cells, for cytological analysis and somatic cell gene banking.


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