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Ferrate(VI) Oxidation of Aqueous Phenol: Kinetics and Mechanism
Kinetic and thermodynamic parameters for ferrate(VI) oxidation of phenol have been measured in isotopic solvents, H2O and D2O, using ambient and high-pressure stopped-flow UV−visible spectroscopy. An
The Mid-Cretaceous Earth: Paleogeography; Ocean Circulation and Temperature; Atmospheric Circulation
  • C. Lloyd
  • Environmental Science, Geography
    The Journal of Geology
  • 1 July 1982
A reconstruction of the global paleogeography of the mid-Cretaceous (100 m.y. ago), including adjustment of continental outlines to account for microplate movements, cmstal shortening, and accretion
Is what you eat and drink safe? Detection and identification of microbial contamination in foods and water
A high-sensitivity, multiwavelength fluorescence detector and signal- collection and processing software that enables one to distinguish between abiotic matter, sporulated bacteria, vegetative bacteria, dead bacteria, and other biomaterials containing aromatic amino acids.
Real-time In-situ Detection of Microbes
A point of care disposable diagnostic based on the en masse capture of blood-borne microbes from 1 mL of fresh whole blood with surface-tethered, small molecule ligands that provides an estimate of the total microbial load as well as the relative distribution of live cells, dead cells, and endospores.
Ferrate(VI) oxidation of aniline
A detailed kinetic and thermodynamic study of ferrate(VI) oxidation of aniline (aminobenzene) has been carried out in isotopic solvents, H2O and D2O, as a function of reductant concentration,
Comparative analysis of cyanobacteria inhabiting rocks with different light transmittance in the Mojave Desert: a Mars terrestrial analogue
Abstract The Mojave Desert has been long considered a suitable terrestrial analogue to Mars in many geological and astrobiological aspects. The Silver Lake region in the Mojave Desert hosts several
Real-time detection of microbial contamination
The utility of this molecular engineering-based capture and detection technology for use in homeland defense can be demonstrated and placed on a "chip" where each section contains a different ligand.