Christina Hesselmann

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Within the fully coupled multiphysics phonation process, the fluid flow plays an important role for sound production. This study addresses phenomena in the flow downstream of synthetic self-oscillating vocal folds. An experimental setup consisting of devices for producing and conditioning the flow including the main test channel was applied. The(More)
Reversed-phase ion-pair chromatography, using cetyltrimethyl ammonium hydrogensulphate as detergent, has been applied to the analysis of the highly polar glyoxylate-derived 1,3-thiazolidines 1, 2 and 3. On the base of this high-performance liquid chromatographic separation of the diastereomeric compounds 1a/b and 3a/b was achieved. Removal of the(More)
Glyoxylic acid is the toxic principle of acquired and inherited oxalurias. A "chemical", not enzyme-mediated detoxication concept for the trapping of this aldehyde is described, based on a spontaneous formation of alkaloid-type heterocycles by reaction with biogenic amines or amino acids. 5,5-Dimethylthiazolidine-2(R,S)-4(S)-dicarboxylic acid, prepared by(More)
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