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The photochemical formation of a titan haze analog. Structural analysis by x-ray photoelectron and infrared spectroscopy
The photochemical flow reactor (D.W. Clarke et al., 2000, Icarus 147, 282–291) has been modified to minimize the incorporation of oxygen and other impurities in the photoproducts. A mixture of gasesExpand
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Photochemical processes on Titan. Irradiation of mixtures of gases that simulate Titan's atmosphere
Photochemical reaction pathways in Titan’s atmosphere were investigated by irradiation of the individual components and the mixture containing nitrogen, methane, hydrogen, acetylene, ethylene, andExpand
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Use of methanol for the efficient extraction and analysis of melamine and cyanuric acid residues in dairy products and pet foods.
The recent worldwide shortage of acetonitrile has prompted the development of a new method using methanol as an alternative organic solvent in the extraction and liquid chromatographic analysis ofExpand
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Determination of the complex refractive indices of Titan haze analogs using photothermal deflection spectroscopy
Abstract The spectrometers of the Cassini mission to the Saturn system have detected haze layers reaching up to 800 km in Titan’s atmosphere. Knowledge of the complex refractive index (k) of the hazeExpand
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Maintenance Activities in Software Process Models: Theory and Case Study Practice
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Quantitative analysis of mitragynine in human urine by high performance liquid chromatography-tandem mass spectrometry.
Mitragynine is the primary active alkaloid extracted from the leaves of Mitragyna speciosa Korth, a plant that originates in South-East Asia and is commonly known as kratom in Thailand. Kratom hasExpand
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Analysis of polychlorinated biphenyls in human serum by gas chromatography-mass selective detection operating at high ion source temperature.
Optimization of analytical instrumentation is essential when analyses of persistent organic pollutants in human serum are performed at ultra-trace levels. This research describes the analysis ofExpand
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Application of dispersive solid phase extraction for trace analysis of toxic chemicals in foods.
The objectives of this study were to develop and validate a method for the identification of toxic organic chemicals, including groups of controlled substances, alkaloids and pesticides that areExpand
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Titan's atmospheric chemistry: Photolysis of gas mixtures containing hydrogen cyanide and carbon monoxide at 185 and 254 nm
Abstract The formation of organic compounds in the atmosphere of Titan is an ongoing process of the generation of complex organics from the simplest hydrocarbon, methane. Solar radiation andExpand
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Determination of trace amounts of ethylene glycol and its analogs in water matrixes by liquid chromatography/tandem mass spectrometry.
Contamination of drinking water by ethylene glycol (EG) is a public health concern. EG causes adverse health effects in humans and animals, including cardiopulmonary and acute renal failure. EG andExpand
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