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Contents: Progress in Reaction Kinetics and Mechanism, Volume 42, No.3, 2017

Posted on 12. September, 2017.

Progress in Reaction Kinetics and Mechanism presents results from the fields of kinetics and mechanisms of chemical processes in the gas phase and solution of both simple and complex systems.


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Radiation effects on zeolite nanomaterials - some potential implications for cleaning liquid nuclear waste and for enhanced radioactive decontamination

Posted on 22. May, 2012.

Zeolites are used to help clean liquid wastes from nuclear power plants or to enhance radioactive decontamination. Progress in Reaction Kinetics and Mechanism presents results from the implantation of high energy positive muons in samples of cation-exchanged zeolite X  which give an insight into the long-term effects on zeolites of their exposure to ionising radiation.


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Analyses of trace metals, peptide ligands of trace metals and mercury speciation in home prepared bread

Posted on 21. May, 2012.

How do fermentation and baking affect the structure, concentration and activity of chelating agents in home prepared bread? A study from the Czech Republic, reported in Chemical Speciation and Bioavailability, analyses alterations in the solubility and binding of trace elements that occur during the preparation of bread. Cereal grain proteins were found to be chelators of trace elements in the raw material. Some ligands of trace elements diminished during bread making, probably as the result of thermal denaturation.


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Micro reactors: industrial results

Posted on 24. April, 2012.

Micro reactors and flow reactors have many advantages as tools in organic synthesis. A review in the April issue of Journal of Chemical Research describes how small reactor volumes enable reactions to be performed on an industrial scale more efficiently and safely than when using batch processes.


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Sir William Ramsay and the Noble Gases

Posted on 24. April, 2012.

Sir William Ramsay was one of the world’s leading scientists at the end of the 19th century, and in a spectacular period of research between 1894 and 1898, he discovered five new elements. These were the noble gases, helium, neon, argon, krypton, and xenon; they added a whole new group to the Periodic Table of the elements, and provided the keystone to our understanding of the electronic structure of atoms, and the way those electrons bind the atoms together into molecules.


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Particle precipitation phenomena

Posted on 10. April, 2012.

Intense precipitation that occurs in high-temperature materials during service significantly affects their mechanical properties. This phenomenon in austenitic steel is investigated from two perspectives in the latest issue of Materials at High Temperatures.


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Contents: Science Progress Volume 95 Part 1 2012

Posted on 26. March, 2012.

One hundred years of reporting science...


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Speciation of heavy metals in the surface waters of a former tin mining catchment

Posted on 19. March, 2012.

This study was conducted to investigate the chemical speciation of dissolved and particulate elements (Pb, Zn, Cu, Cr, As and Sn) in mining wastewater.


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Contents: Materials At High Temperatures Volume 29 Issue 1 2012

Posted on 19. March, 2012.

Materials at High Temperatures publishes peer reviewed contributions relating to high temperature applications in the power, chemical, engine, processing and furnace industries.


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