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  • Ao, Zhimin; Jiang, Q; Li, Sean (Momentum Press, 2013)
    Graphene is a single layer of graphite with a hexagonal structure, or an individual sheet of sp 2-hybridized carbon bound in two dimensions. It was experimentally fabricated for the first time through mechanical ex foliation ...
  • Reimers Jeffrey; Wang Yun; Cankurtaran Burak; Ford Michael (American Chemical Society, 2010)
    The superatom model for nanoparticle structure is shown to be inadequate for the prediction of the thermodynamic stability of gold nanoparticles. The observed large HOMO-LUMO gaps for stable nanoparticles predicted by this ...
  • Toole, Kaitlyn; Fu, Shanlin; Shimmon, Ronald; Kraymen, Nadine; Casamento, Sonia (Drug Enforcement Administration, 2012)
    The abuse of methcathinone (MCAT) and analogues of methcathinone has increased markedly in jurisdictions worldwide in recent years. For example, in Australia the rate of recent use of 4-methylmethcathinone (4-MMC) ...
  • Sanchez-Bayo, Francisco; Van Den Brink, Paul; Mann, Reinier (Bentham Science Publishers Ltd, 2011)
    The new millennium started with a legacy of unprecedented contamination of the world ecosystems left in the wake of the various activities of humankind. Chemical pollutants have become so diverse (see Chapter 1) and ...
  • Hasegawa, Hiroshi; Rahman, Mohammad; Rahman, Ismail (Nova Science, 2010)
    Arsenic (As) is widely distributed in aquatic environments in various forms. In natural waters, the dominant inorganoarsenicals (iAs) are incorporated into microorganisms such as phytoplankton, and are converted to ...
  • Thomas, J; Buzzini, Patrick; Roux, Claude (Elsevier Inc, 2003)
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  • Sanchez-Bayo, Francisco (Bentham Science Publishers Ltd, 2011)
    Modern living standards depend largely on the production and usage of thousands of chemicals, many of which are toxic and synthetically produced. These substances are discharged into the air, soil, water bodies and the sea ...
  • Thomas, Paul; Sestak, J; Heide, K; Fuglein, Ekkehard; Simon, Peter (Springer, 2011)
    Natural amorphous glassy silicates are widely distributed and are found in quantities that range from micrograms to kilo tonnes and, hence, their occurrence is from microscopic glassy inclusions to ?glassy mountains? ...
  • Thomas, Paul; ? Est?!K, Jaroslav; Heide, Klaus; F??Glein, Ekkehard; ? Imon, Peter (Springer, 2011)