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Microscopic investigations of the Cr(VI) uptake mechanism of living Ochrobactrum anthropi.
  • B. Li, D. Pan, +4 authors Z. Lin
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Langmuir : the ACS journal of surfaces and…
  • 8 August 2008
A basic understanding related to the immobilization of chromium by bacteria is essential for chromate pollutant remediation in the environment. In this work, we studied the Cr(VI) uptake mechanism ofExpand
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Bioremediation of Cr(VI) and immobilization as Cr(III) by Ochrobactrum anthropi.
  • Y. Cheng, F. Yan, +7 authors Z. Wu
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Environmental science & technology
  • 7 July 2010
Bioremediation of Cr(VI) through reduction relies on the notion that the produced Cr(III) may be precipitated or efficiently immobilized. However, recent reports suggest that soluble organo-Cr(III)Expand
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Molecule-scale controlled-release system based on light-responsive silica nanoparticles.
We report a molecule-scale controlled-release system based on silica nanoparticles bearing a photoactive o-nitrobenzyl bromide linkage, which allows cage and release of drug or biologically activeExpand
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Schottky or Ohmic metal-semiconductor contact: influence on photocatalytic efficiency of Ag/ZnO and Pt/ZnO model systems.
The relationship between the contact type in metal-semiconductor junctions and their photocatalytic efficiencies is investigated. Two metal-semiconductor junctions, silver on zinc oxide (Ag/ZnO) andExpand
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The Effects of Particle Concentration and Surface Charge on the Oriented Attachment Growth Kinetics of CdTe Nanocrystals in H2O
Crystal growth kinetics of thioglycolic acid (TGA)-capped CdTe nanoparticles in H2O was studied at different particle concentrations, with the aim to understand the effects of concentration andExpand
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NaOH concentration effect on the oriented attachment growth kinetics of ZnS.
In this work, the crystal growth kinetics of ZnS nanoparticles coarsened under 100 degrees C with NaOH concentration from 2 to 8 M was investigated, aiming to study the role of NaOH concentration onExpand
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Recycling MgOH2 nanoadsorbent during treating the low concentration of CrVI.
Investigations about how to recycle the deactivated nanomaterials are well-needed. This work was designed to explore the recycling strategy of Mg(OH)(2) nanoadsorbent during treating lowExpand
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Hybrid silica-nanocrystal-organic dye superstructures as post-encoding fluorescent probes.
The demand for multiplex bioassays without complex instrumentation and processing has driven the development of encoding fluorescent nanoprobes. Organic dyes and luminescent semiconductorExpand
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Fluorescent core-shell silica nanoparticles as tunable precursors: towards encoding and multifunctional nano-probes.
  • C. Wu, J. Hong, +6 authors Y. Zhao
  • Materials Science, Medicine
  • Chemical communications
  • 29 January 2008
Core-shell silica nanoparticles comprised of a RuBpy doped silica core and a Pas-DTPA doped silica shell were synthesized and post-functionalized with an encoding fluorescence combination andExpand
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LSPR sensing of molecular biothiols based on noncoupled gold nanorods.
Au NRs protected with mPEG-SH molecules (mPEG-Au NRs) were demonstrated to be a promising platform for LSPR-based sensing of molecular biothiols in aqueous solution. Surface mPEG-SH molecules endowExpand
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