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New insights into the electrochemical behavior of acid orange 7: Convergent paired electrochemical synthesis of new aminonaphthol derivatives


Shima Momeni, Davood Nematollahi


Electrochemical behavior of acid orange 7 has been exhaustively studied in aqueous solutions with different pH values, using cyclic voltammetry and constant current coulometry. …


Insight into the Role of Surface Wettability in Electrocatalytic Hydrogen Evolution Reactions Using Light-Sensitive Nanotubular TiO2 Supported Pt Electrodes


Chenhui Meng, Bing Wang, Ziyue Gao et al.


Surface wettability is of importance for electrochemical reactions. Herein, its role in electrochemical hydrogen evolution reactions is investigated using light-sensitive …


Corrigendum: Fabrication of Ultrafine Soft-Matter Arrays by Selective Contact Thermochemical Reaction


X. Cai, Yue Wang, Xiaowei Wang et al.



Dissociation and Ionization of Quasi-Periodically Vibrating H2+ in Intense Few-Cycle Mid-Infrared Laser Fields


Shicheng Jiang, Chao Yu, Guanglu Yuan et al.


Using quantum mechanics calculations, we theoretically study the dissociation and ionization dynamics of the hydrogen-molecule ion in strong laser fields. Having prepared the …


Self-assemble nanoparticles based on polypeptides containing C-terminal luminescent Pt-cysteine complex


E. G. Vlakh, E. V. Grachova, D. D. Zhukovsky et al.


The growing attention to the luminescent nanocarriers is strongly stimulated by their potential application as drug delivery systems and by the necessity to monitor their …


Multipath colourimetric assay for copper(II) ions utilizing MarR functionalized gold nanoparticles


Yulong Wang, Limin Wang, Zhenhe Su et al.


We use the multiple antibiotic resistance regulator (MarR), as a highly selective biorecognition elements in a multipath colourimetric sensing strategy for the fast detection of …


Boreal pollen contain ice-nucleating as well as ice-binding ‘antifreeze’ polysaccharides


Katharina Dreischmeier, Carsten Budke, Lars Wiehemeier et al.


Ice nucleation and growth is an important and widespread environmental process. Accordingly, nature has developed means to either promote or inhibit ice crystal formation, for …


Eumelanin broadband absorption develops from aggregation-modulated chromophore interactions under structural and redox control


Raffaella Micillo, Lucia Panzella, Mariagrazia Iacomino et al.


Eumelanins, the chief photoprotective pigments in man and mammals, owe their black color to an unusual broadband absorption spectrum whose origin is still a conundrum. Excitonic …


Cell-free measurements of brightness of fluorescently labeled antibodies


Haiying Zhou, George Tourkakis, Dennis Shi et al.


Validation of imaging contrast agents, such as fluorescently labeled imaging antibodies, has been recognized as a critical challenge in clinical and preclinical studies. As the …


Occurrence of acrylamide carcinogen in Arabic coffee Qahwa, coffee and tea from Saudi Arabian market


Mohammad Rizwan Khan, Zeid Abdullah Alothman, Mu Naushad et al.


The present work describes the outcomes of the assessment on acrylamide contents in a number of thermally treated foods (Arabic coffee Qahwa, coffee and tea) obtained from the …


Size-dependent cellular uptake mechanism and cytotoxicity toward calcium oxalate on Vero cells


Xin-Yuan Sun, Qiong-Zhi Gan, Jian-Ming Ouyang


Urinary crystals with various sizes are present in healthy individuals and patients with kidney stone; however, the cellular uptake mechanism of calcium oxalate of various sizes …


Unraveling the cytotoxicity and metabolic pathways of binary natural deep eutectic solvent systems


Yves Paul Mbous, Maan Hayyan, Won Fen Wong et al.


In this study, the anticancer potential and cytotoxicity of natural deep eutectic solvents (NADESs) were assessed using HelaS3, PC3, A375, AGS, MCF-7, and WRL-68 hepatic cell …


Controlled doping by self-assembled dendrimer-like macromolecules


Haigang Wu, Bin Guan, Yingri Sun et al.


Doping via self-assembled macromolecules might offer a solution for developing single atom electronics by precisely placing individual dopants at arbitrary location to meet the …


Efficient electrochemical remediation of microcystin-LR in tap water using designer TiO2@carbon electrodes


Germán Sanz Lobón, Alfonso Yepez, Luane Ferreira Garcia et al.


Microcystin-leucine arginine (MC-LR) is the most abundant and toxic secondary metabolite produced by freshwater cyanobacteria. This toxin has a high potential hazard health due …


A portable luminescent thermometer based on green up-conversion emission of Er3+/Yb3+ co-doped tellurite glass


Danilo Manzani, João Flávio da Silveira Petruci, Karina Nigoghossian et al.


The determination of temperature is essential in many applications in the biomedical, technological, and industrial fields. Optical thermometry appears to be an excellent …


Polystyrene-based Hollow Microsphere Synthesized by γ-ray Irradiation-assisted Polymerization and Self-Assembly and Its Application in Detection of Ionizing Radiation


Wenhui Fan, Qing Li, Liang Hu et al.


To simply and multitudinously synthesize hollow microspheres in a pure system is important for relevant research and application. Here, a simple and novel one-pot synthetic …


Mulifunctional Dendritic Emitter: Aggregation-Induced Emission Enhanced, Thermally Activated Delayed Fluorescent Material for Solution-Processed Multilayered Organic Light-Emitting Diodes


Kenichi Matsuoka, Ken Albrecht, Kimihisa Yamamoto et al.


Thermally activated delayed fluorescence (TADF) materials emerged as promising light sources in third generation organic light-emitting diodes (OLED). Much effort has been …


Deliberate Switching of Single Photochromic Triads


Johannes Maier, Martti Pärs, Tina Weller et al.


Photochromic molecules can be reversibly converted between two bistable conformations by light, and are considered as promising building blocks in novel macromolecular structures …


Investigation on LiBH4-CaH2 composite and its potential for thermal energy storage


Yang Li, Ping Li, Xuanhui Qu


The LiBH4/CaH2 composite are firstly studied as Concentrating Solar Power Thermal Storage Material. The LiBH4/CaH2 composite according to the stoichiometric ratio are synthesized …


The β and γ subunits play distinct functional roles in the α2βγ heterotetramer of human NAD-dependent isocitrate dehydrogenase


Tengfei Ma, Yingjie Peng, Wei Huang et al.


Human NAD-dependent isocitrate dehydrogenase existing as the α2βγ heterotetramer, catalyzes the decarboxylation of isocitrate into α-ketoglutarate in the Krebs cycle, and is …

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