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  • Antiviral effects of ferric ammonium citrate ... - Europe

    2018-3-27 · The molar ratio of ferric ion to citrate ion can affect ferric citrate complex speciation 6. We found that when ferric ion and citrate ion ratio was adjusted to 1:10 or 10:1, the antiviral effect decreased significantly (Fig. 3e, f). These results suggest that specific ferric …

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  • Chemistry – A European Journal: Vol 19, No 39 -

    2013-9-23 · Ultrasound-induced self-assembly and gelation is a hitherto unknown property of a squarine derivative (GA-SQ).In their Full Paper on page 12991 ff., V. K. Praveen, A. Ajayaghosh, N. Armaroli et al. report detailed studies of the application of ultrasound to stimulate the nucleation and growth of extended nanostructures by altering the conditions for supersaturation.

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  • Interaction with the Redox Cofactor MYW and

    2016-6-16 · Recently, the first structures of a eukaryotic bifunctional catalase-peroxidase (KatGs) in the ferric resting 1 and oxoiron 2 state were published. Similar to the prokaryotic counterparts, 3−7 eukaryotic KatGs have two interdependent cooperating redox-active cofactors at their active site, namely a heme b and a unique posttranslationally and autocatalytically formed Met299-Tyr273-Trp140 (MYW ...

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  • Fish Waste: From Problem to Valuable Resource

    2021-2-19 · China should achieve a market size of 48.5 thousand metric tons by the year 2027 with a CAGR of 14.1% in the period 2020 to 2027, while in Europe, Germany is expected to reach a 10.6% CAGR. Chitin is a long chain odourless/tasteless amino polysaccharide of white or off-white colour in its pure state, composed of N -acetyl- β -D-glucosamine ...

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  • The Chemical Recycling of Polyesters ... - Chemistry

    Recently, there have been a number of comprehensive polymer recycling Reviews published. 5, 17-22 However, with the field rapidly expanding, numerous advancements have been made in recent years. Herein, we aim to highlight recent developments in the sustainable chemical recycling of two commercial polyesters, namely PLA and PET.

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  • Chemistry – A European Journal: Vol 19, No 39

    2013-9-23 · Ultrasound‐induced self‐assembly and gelation is a hitherto unknown property of a squarine derivative (GA‐SQ).In their Full Paper on page 12991 ff., V. K. Praveen, A. Ajayaghosh, N. Armaroli et al. report detailed studies of the application of ultrasound to stimulate the nucleation and growth of extended nanostructures by altering the conditions for supersaturation.

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  • Removal of antibiotic tetracycline by metal-organic ...

    2020-9-1 · TC was also detected in rivers of northern China, and it posed a synergistically harmful effect to organisms in water with enrofloxacin . In fact, not only in China, the pollution caused by TC is a worldwide problem, which can be seen from the consumption of TC (5500 tons) in the US and Europe [3,4]. TC accumulation in rivers may cause a series ...

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  • Recent advances in the application of magnetic Fe 3 O

    2021-1-4 · Emerging contaminants (ECs) are widely distributed and potentially hazardous to human health and the ecological system. However, traditional wastewater treatment techniques are not sufficient to remove ECs. Magnetic nanomaterials are made of ferromagnetic or superparamagnetic magnetic elements such as iron and nickel, which can be easily separated from the aqueous solution, making …

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  • Global Wastewater Treatment Market Trends and

    2020-11-20 · Dublin, Nov. 20, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The 'Wastewater Treatment: Coagulants, Flocculants, Corrosion Inhibitors, Biocides, and Antifoaming Agents' report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets ...

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  • Recovery of gold from secondary sources—A review ...

    2012-3-1 · Kogan (2006) patented a technique for gold recovery from waste electronic equipment. The scrap was added to hydrochloric solution containing 180 g/L HCl and 250 g/L MgCl 2 for 3 h at a temperature of 80–95 °C. During this period 98% of aluminum, 94% of tin, 96% of lead and 94% of zinc were extracted in solution.

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  • Chemistry – A European Journal: Vol 19, No 39 -

    2013-9-23 · Ultrasound-induced self-assembly and gelation is a hitherto unknown property of a squarine derivative (GA-SQ).In their Full Paper on page 12991 ff., V. K. Praveen, A. Ajayaghosh, N. Armaroli et al. report detailed studies of the application of ultrasound to stimulate the nucleation and growth of extended nanostructures by altering the conditions for supersaturation.

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  • The Chemical Recycling of Polyesters ... - Chemistry

    Recently, there have been a number of comprehensive polymer recycling Reviews published. 5, 17-22 However, with the field rapidly expanding, numerous advancements have been made in recent years. Herein, we aim to highlight recent developments in the sustainable chemical recycling of two commercial polyesters, namely PLA and PET.

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  • Recent advances in the application of magnetic Fe 3 O

    2021-1-4 · Emerging contaminants (ECs) are widely distributed and potentially hazardous to human health and the ecological system. However, traditional wastewater treatment techniques are not sufficient to remove ECs. Magnetic nanomaterials are made of ferromagnetic or superparamagnetic magnetic elements such as iron and nickel, which can be easily separated from the aqueous solution, making …

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  • Fish Waste: From Problem to Valuable Resource

    2021-2-19 · China should achieve a market size of 48.5 thousand metric tons by the year 2027 with a CAGR of 14.1% in the period 2020 to 2027, while in Europe, Germany is expected to reach a 10.6% CAGR. Chitin is a long chain odourless/tasteless amino polysaccharide of white or off-white colour in its pure state, composed of N -acetyl- β -D-glucosamine ...

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  • MOFs for the treatment of arsenic, fluoride and iron ...

    2020-7-1 · Following arsenic and fluoride, iron is other most common contaminant present in drinking water quite copiously. Being the fourth highest abundant element on this planet, iron easily leaches out of the rocks and minerals and dissolved in ground water (Silver, 1993).Primarily, depending on the mineral content, solubility, and chemical nature of the species present in the water bodies, the ...

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  • Chemistry of MRI Contrast Agents: Current Challenges

    2019-1-23 · 2.1. Applications. MR contrast agents are an absolutely integral component of modern radiology. The first MR contrast agent was made available in 1988 for imaging blood-brain barrier abnormalities and since then contrast enhanced MRI has played an increasingly important role is diagnostic medicine. 11 Today, there have been a dozen FDA approved MR contrast agents and 8 of …

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  • On naphthenic acids removal from crude oil and oil

    2019-10-1 · 1. Introduction. With the increase of energy demand and depletion of conventional crude oil, high acidity crude oil is becoming an important raw feedstock because of its abundance and relatively low price .Naphthenic acids (NAs) are the main compounds that are responsible for the high acidity of crude oil .The amount of NAs in crude oil can be quantified by the amount of potassium hydroxide ...

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  • Crystal structures of substrate-free and ... - Europe PMC

    2012-8-7 · A comparison between these P450cam and the new P450cin structures provides insights into differences in how the two P450s activate O(2). The structure of P450cin complexed with nitric oxide, a close mimic of the O(2) complex, shows that Gly238 is likely to form tighter interactions with ligands than the corresponding Gly248 in P450cam.

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  • Modern iron replacement therapy: clinical and ...

    2017-12-1 · Iron deficiency, with or without anemia, is extremely frequent worldwide, representing a major public health problem. Iron replacement therapy dates back to the seventeenth century, and has progressed relatively slowly until recently. Both oral and intravenous traditional iron formulations are known to be far from ideal, mainly because of tolerability and safety issues, respectively.

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  • Insights into Interprotein Electron Transfer of Human ...

    2016-12-1 · Insights into Interprotein Electron Transfer of Human Cytochrome c Variants Arranged in Multilayer Architectures by Means of an Artificial Silica Nanoparticle Matrix. Sven Christian Feifel Institute of Applied Life Sciences, Biosystems Technology, Technical University of Applied Sciences Wildau, Hochschulring 1, 15745 Wildau, Germany.

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  • Why Venous Leg Ulcers Have Difficulty Healing:

    2020-12-24 · 2.1. Definition and Etiology of Venous Leg Ulcers. VLU can be defined as a full-thickness defect of the skin frequently seen in the ankle region that fails to heal spontaneously and is sustained by chronic venous disease (CVD, the spectrum of venous diseases affecting the lower limbs) [].In more recent guidelines, a VLU is defined by best practice and uses the standard definition of an open ...

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  • In-depth hepatoprotective mechanistic study of

    Souhrn. Phyllanthus niruri L. is a widespread tropical plant which is used in Ayurvedic system for liver and kidney ailments. The present study aims at specifying the most active hepatoprotective extract of P.niruri and applying a bio-guided protocol to identify the active compounds responsible for this effect.P.niruri aerial parts were extracted separately with water, 50%, 70% and 80% ethanol.

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  • British Journal of Clinical Pharmacology

    November. November (86:11) The November Issue of BJCP is a reflection of the breadth of clinical pharmacology. It includes papers on safety, optimization and repurposing of existing drugs, as well as improving drug prescribing. It also includes papers on the development of new drugs and diagnostics.

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  • Modern iron replacement therapy: clinical and ...

    2017-12-1 · Iron deficiency, with or without anemia, is extremely frequent worldwide, representing a major public health problem. Iron replacement therapy dates back to the seventeenth century, and has progressed relatively slowly until recently. Both oral and intravenous traditional iron formulations are known to be far from ideal, mainly because of tolerability and safety issues, respectively.

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  • Removal of Typical Industrial Gaseous Pollutants:

    2019-4-20 · ABSTRACT In recent years, various adsorbents have been developed to alleviate atmospheric pollution and remove harmful gases, such as carbon dioxide, sulfur dioxide, nitrogen oxides, hydrogen sulfide and volatile organic compounds. Polymer-based adsorbents are a novel type of material now being used for gas separation and purification; in particular, molecular imprinted polymers (MIPs) …

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  • Sewage Polluted Water Treatment via Chitosan: A

    2021-4-14 · 1. Introduction. Soybean is an excellent food resource as it contains high-quality protein, a high ratio of unsaturated fatty acids and dietary fiber, as well as other substances that possess various physiological functions [].Due to the recent westernization of the Korean diet, the prevalence of certain diseases, including diabetes and cardiovascular events, is increasing [2,3].

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  • Physiologically Active Molecules and Functional

    High-nickel, cobalt-free, single-crystal positive electrode materials could provide the ultimate intersection of high-specific capacity, low cost, and long-lifetime in lithium-ion batteries. In this work, the synthesis of LiNiO 2, LiNi 0.975 Mg 0.025 O 2, and LiNi 0.95 Al 0.05 O …

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  • Trends in Biological Nutrient Removal for the

    2019-5-26 · MF effect on the zeta potential depended on the Ca2+/CO32- ratio and the 'memory effect' lasted for a longer time if CaCO3 was pptd. at the excess of Ca2+ or CO32- ions. The expts. of CaCO3 pptn. in the presence of impurity ions: Mg2+, Fe2+, or SO42-, which are very common in natural deposit of the scale showed that both the ions and MF affect ...

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  • In-depth hepatoprotective mechanistic study of

    Souhrn. Phyllanthus niruri L. is a widespread tropical plant which is used in Ayurvedic system for liver and kidney ailments. The present study aims at specifying the most active hepatoprotective extract of P.niruri and applying a bio-guided protocol to identify the active compounds responsible for this effect.P.niruri aerial parts were extracted separately with water, 50%, 70% and 80% ethanol.

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  • Environmental Science & Technology | Vol 49, No 19

    Nitrite may thus interfere with Fe (II) during acidic extraction, a procedure typically used to quantify microbial pyrite oxidation, in overestimating Fe (III) production. We studied the reaction between pyrite (5–125 mM) and nitrite (40–2000 μM) at pH 0, 5.5, and 6.8 in the absence and presence of oxygen.

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  • British Journal of Clinical Pharmacology

    November. November (86:11) The November Issue of BJCP is a reflection of the breadth of clinical pharmacology. It includes papers on safety, optimization and repurposing of existing drugs, as well as improving drug prescribing. It also includes papers on the development of new drugs and diagnostics.

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  • Journal of the Electrochemical Society, Volume 167,

    High-nickel, cobalt-free, single-crystal positive electrode materials could provide the ultimate intersection of high-specific capacity, low cost, and long-lifetime in lithium-ion batteries. In this work, the synthesis of LiNiO 2, LiNi 0.975 Mg 0.025 O 2, and LiNi 0.95 Al 0.05 O …

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  • Photocatalytic hydrogen evolution from biomass

    2021-2-26 · Biomass has incredible potential as an alternative to fossil fuels for energy production that is sustainable for the future of humanity. Hydrogen evolution from photocatalytic biomass conversion not only produces valuable carbon-free energy in the form of molecular hydrogen but also provides an avenue of production for industrially relevant biomass products.

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  • Bioactive components of tea - heighpubs.org

    Bioactive components of tea Gargi Sen 1 *, Nilanjan Sarkar 2, Moutusi Nath 1 and Subhasis Maity 2. 1 Department of Optometry & Vision Science, NSHM College of Management & Technology, Kolkata, India 2 Department of Pharmacy, NSHM Knowledge Campus, Kolkata – Group of Institutions, Kolkata, India *Address for Correspondence: Gargi Sen, Associate Professor, Department of Optometry & Vision ...

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  • Update and review of control options for

    The expected effect of the control options in reducing the incidence of human campylobacteriosis in EU by all MS was made by means of expert judgement; thus taking into account sources of systematic uncertainty arising when trying to infer the analytical evidence from the PAF analysis and simulation model at EU level.

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  • ChemistrySelect: Vol 4, No 27 - Chemistry Europe

    For nutrients with relatively low soil mobility and bioavailability, which thus tend to accumulate in the topsoil, including P (as H 2 PO 4-and HPO 4 2-, also termed Pi, Mn (Mn 2+), Cu (Cu 2+) and Ni (Ni 2+), root architectures emphasizing topsoil foraging tend to be advantageous (Lynch 2011).Due to the low mobility of Pi in soils and the deposition of plant residues on the soil surface over ...

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  • Engineering crop nutrient efficiency for sustainable ...

    2019-5-26 · Biological materials typically display complex morphologies and hierarchical architectures, properties that are hardly matched by synthetic materials. Understanding the biological control of mineral properties will enable the development of new synthetic approaches toward biomimetic functional materials. Here, we combine biocombinatorial approaches with a proteome homology search and in …

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  • Dietary (Poly)phenolics in Human Health: Structures ...

    2013-4-4 · As a result of more recent studies on the bioavailability of dietary (poly)phenolic compounds [see (91, 433)], there is a growing realization that (poly)phenolic glucuronide, methyl, and sulfate conjugates are treated by the body as xenobiotics, and instead of accumulating in the circulatory system, they are rapidly turned over and removed by ...

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  • International Water Association Publications | IWA

    Deep vein thrombosis (DVT) and pulmonary embolism, collectively referred to as venous thromboembolism (VTE), constitute a leading cause of cardiovascular death (Roger et al., 2011).The incidence of VTE increases dramatically over 45 yr of age and ranges from 300,000 to more than two million per year in the United States with similar rates in Europe (Cohen et al., 2007; Heit, 2008; Moll …

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  • Monocytes, neutrophils, and platelets cooperate to ...

    2021-5-14 · Methane emissions from 2008 to 2017, using a bottom-up approach (based on Saunois et al., 2020).Only average values are shown. The category “Human primary activities” is the focus of this review, methanotrophs receive special attention in wastewater treatment regarding their potential to mitigate GHG emissions and valorization of waste (Sections “Fate of Methane and Application …

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  • Methanotrophs: Discoveries, Environmental

    Insights into the transport and deposition of oxygen in silicon oxidation at 700° C have been obtained by isotope labeling and use of the ion microprobe mass analyzer for profiling. The results are consistent with interstitial diffusion of as the prime support of the interfacial oxidation reaction. Vacancy migration was observed near the ...

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  • Journal of The Electrochemical Society, Volume 128,

    2019-5-26 · Iron sulfides are known to be efficient scavengers of heavy metals. In this study, Hg(II) sorption was investigated using synthetic nanocrystalline mackinawite (a disordered phase) as a function of initial Hg(II) concentration [Hg(II)]0, initial FeS concentration [FeS]0, total chloride concentration ClT, and pH. Hg(II) sorption mechanisms are dependent on relative concentrations of [Hg(II)]0 ...

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  • ChemistrySelect: Vol 4, No 27 - Chemistry Europe

    2020-8-20 · Probiotics have several health benefits by modulating gut microbiome; however, techno-functional limitations such as viability controls have hampered their full potential applications in the food and pharmaceutical sectors. Therefore, the focus is gradually shifting from viable probiotic bacteria towards non-viable paraprobiotics and/or probiotics derived biomolecules, so-called postbiotics.

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  • Sorption of Mercuric Ion by Synthetic

    In Handbook of Membrane Separations, edited by A. K. Pabby, S. S.H. Rizvi and A. M. Sastre, CRC Press, 2008; was published the chapter: Membrane Fouling. Recent Strategies and Methodologies for its Minimization and Applications, a review of the

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  • Das - Chemistry Europe - Wiley Online Library

    2.2 Anomeric Effect. It was between 1955 and 1958 that Edward and Lemieux first defined the ‘anomeric effect′, based on the stereochemistry of the C-1 carbon of the pyranose ring, that is, the anomeric carbon. 25, 26 It is also referred to as the Edward–Lemieux effect. It was originally defined as the tendency of an electronegative ...

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  • INE - INE Profile - Publications - KIT - INE

    ISSN: 2701-262X. INE Publications (imported from KIT-open - starting from 2008) show all show groups. 2021. Impact of Ca (II) on the aqueous speciation, redox behavior, and environmental mobility of Pu (IV) in the presence of EDTA.

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  • Microbiology | Oxford Nanopore Technologies

    2021-7-14 · Insights into the acquisition of the pks island and production of colibactin in the Escherichia coli population The pks island codes for the enzymes necessary for synthesis of the genotoxin colibactin, which contributes to the virulence of Escherichia coli strains …

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  • Emerging pollutants—Part II: Treatment - Liu - 2020 ...

    2020-7-24 · The removal effect of EPs by CWs is mainly affected by many factors, such as the configuration of CWs, plants, hydraulic retention time, and operation mode (Ilyas & Hullebusch, 2019). CWs have a good removal effect for some EPs (Campos et al., 2019; Oliveira et al., 2019).

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  • Quantifying Technetium and Strontium

    2019-5-26 · The high-yield fission products 99Tc and 90Sr are found as problematic radioactive contaminants in groundwater at nuclear sites. Treatment options for radioactively contaminated land include bioreduction approaches, and this paper explores 99mTc and 90Sr behavior and stability under a range of biogeochemical conditions stimulated by electron donor addition methods.

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  • Experimentally and theoretically approaches for

    2021-5-11 · A comprehensive study that combined both experimental and computational experiments was performed to evaluate the usage of organo-metal oxide nanocomposite for the elimination of disperse red 60 ...

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  • Hazen Lab - Publications

    2021-5-27 · The Hazen Lab is a diverse group research associates, post doctoral fellows, research associates, graduate students, undergraduate students, and visiting professors in microbial ecology and environmental engineering that are led by Dr. Terry C. Hazen. The overarching theme of our research is Systems Biology from Ecosystems to molecules, because the whole is greater then the sum of its parts.

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  • Postbiotics-parabiotics: the new horizons in microbial ...

    2020-8-20 · Probiotics have several health benefits by modulating gut microbiome; however, techno-functional limitations such as viability controls have hampered their full potential applications in the food and pharmaceutical sectors. Therefore, the focus is gradually shifting from viable probiotic bacteria towards non-viable paraprobiotics and/or probiotics derived biomolecules, so-called postbiotics.

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  • Recent advances and prospects of catalytic advanced ...

    2016-2-1 · In the past few years, there have been many researches on the use of different types of homogenous catalyst for the degradation of textile wastewater in conventional advanced oxidation processes (AOPs). However, homogenous AOPs suffer from few limitations, including large consumption of chemicals, acidic pH, high cost of hydrogen peroxide, generation of iron sludge, and necessity of …

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  • (PDF) Publications 2012 | Abdullah M. Asiri -

    This is consistent with a static oxide nanoparticles as 1 ns into account, the values of kq ¼ ksv/t are S.A. El-Daly et al. Journal of Luminescence 132 (2012) 2747–2752 2751 400 0.030 Emission Intensity (arb. units) 350 0.025 300 0.020 250 1 Fo - F 200 0.015 150 0.010 100 50 0.005 0 0.000 480 500 520 540 560 580 600 620 640 660 680 ...

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