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Determination of cationic surfactants in water samples by their enhanced resonance light scattering with azoviolet
Abstract. A simple assay of cationic surfactants in water samples was developed based on the measurements of enhanced resonance light scattering (RLS). At pH 6.09 and ionic strength 0.03 M, theExpand
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Determination of proteins with Fast Red VR by a corrected resonance light-scattering technique.
A simple corrected resonance light-scattering (CRLS) technique was established to correct for any distortion of the resonance light scattering (RLS) spectra resulting from molecular absorption. ByExpand
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Determination of Proteins with Ponceau G by Compensating for the Molecular Absorption Decreased Resonance Light Scattering Signals
Abstract Molecular absorption in an enhanced resonance light scattering (RLS) system decreases the enhanced RLS signals detected by using a common spectrofluorometer, lowering the detectionExpand
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[Comparison study between biological vision and computer vision].
The development and bearing of biology vision in structure and mechanism were discussed, especially on the aspects including anatomical structure of biological vision, tentative classification of reception field, parallel processing of visual information, feedback and conformity effect of visual cortical, and so on. Expand
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Determination of total protein content in human serum samples with fast red VR by resonance light scattering technique
ABSTRACT In an acidic medium, the interaction of Fast red VR (FRV) with proteins such as bovine serum albumin (BSA), human serum albumin (HSA), pepsin (Pep), α-chymotrypsin (Chy), and lysozyme (Lys)Expand
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