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Mechanism of covalent adsorption of benzenesulfonamide onto COOH– and COCl– functionalised carbon nanotubes

Posted on 6. April, 2016.

The use of carbon nanotubes (CNTs) in drug delivery is a new, rapidly developing field. Different systems such as polymers, dendrimers, and liposomes have been used for drug delivery, but carbon nanotubes provide more effective structures due to their high drug loading capacities and good cell penetration qualities.


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13th International Conference on Pressure Vessel Technology

Posted on 17. August, 2011.

The Institution of Mechanical Engineers are very pleased to host the 13th International Conference on Pressure Vessel Technology (ICPVT-13), here in London, UK, May 20-23, 2012.


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Permanganate oxidation of GABA

Posted on 8. July, 2011.

Permanganate oxidation is featured heavily in Progress in Reaction Kinetics and Mechanism 36(2). The permanganate oxidation of GABA is a novel method for the synthesis of a valuable pyrrolidone skeleton. Using spectrophotometrical analysis, evidence is also given for delayed autocatalytic behaviour in the permangatae-oxidative catalysed condensation reaction of L-proline to a diketopiperazine.


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Recognition for PRKM Editorial Board Members

Posted on 7. July, 2011.

Editorial Board Members of Progress in Reaction Kinetics and Mechanism, Professor Anthony Harriman and Professor Patrick Unwin have been recognised for their pioneering work in their fields.  


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A New Challenge in Organic Reactivity

Posted on 30. March, 2011.

Progress in Reaction Kinetics and Mechanism publishes quarterly Reviews and Research papers. In the latest issue, a group from University of Vigo at Ourense, Spain discuss a new challenge in organic reactivity – the alkaline fading of triarylmethyl carbocations in self-assembly microheterogeneous media.


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The Effects of Particle Size in the Reaction of Nano-NiO and Sodium Bisulfate

Posted on 26. January, 2011.

Progress in Reaction Kinetics and Mechanism features a paper from a group at the Taiyuan University of Technology. They consider the effects of the particle size on the kinetic parameters in the reaction of nano-NiO and sodium bisulfate solution.


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Catalytic Incineration of Ethyl Benzene over Monolith-Supported Metal Oxide Catalyst

Posted on 16. December, 2010.

The aim of this study by OzCelik and Suheyda Atalay, reported in the next issue of Progress in Reaction Kinetics & Mechanism, is to gain better understanding of fundamental phenomena involved in catalytic incineration of Ethyl Benzene on prepared metal oxide catalysts.


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Mechanism of the Osmium(VIII) - An Analysis

Posted on 12. November, 2010.

An excess dose of fursemide in the gastrointestinal system causes irritation, vomiting, diarrhoea, constipation, etc. An overdose also acts on the central nervous system, leading to headache, blurred vision, vertigo, dizziness, hearing loss, etc. In spite of such adverse effects and its diuretic property, it is exploited most commonly in horses to prevent bleeding during racing.


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Professor Patrick Unwin Awarded Geoffrey Barker Medal

Posted on 18. October, 2010.

Progress in Reaction Kinetics and Mechanism editorial advisory board member, Professor Patrick Unwin, has been awarded the Geoffrey Barker Medal by the Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC).


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