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Sulphur in the environment: A review
Abstract This review traces the path of sulphur compounds released into the atmosphere by man and by natural processes, their transformation in the atmosphere and deposition to the earth's surface.Expand
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Sulphur distribution and metabolism in waterlogged peat
Abstract About 90% of total S in a peat profile from a valley mire was associated with organic matter, and in the anaerobic zone, most of the remaining S could be distilled as H2S (steam-volatileExpand
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Formation of organic sulphur in anaerobic peat
Abstract In anaerobic peat, SO42− is reduced to H2S, some of which is recovered in this form during refluxing under N2 (steam-volatile H2S), while the remainder is incorporated into the organicExpand
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Universal noble metal nanoparticle seeds realized through iterative reductive growth and oxidative dissolution reactions.
Control over nanoparticle shape and size is commonly achieved via a seed-mediated approach, where nanoparticle precursors, or seeds, are hypothesized to act as templates for the heterogeneousExpand
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Using landfill gas: a UK perspective
Landfill gas (LFG) is a flammable and potentially harmful mixture of methane, carbon dioxide and a large number of trace constituents produced when waste decays in landfills. The need to prevent harmExpand
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Shape-selective deposition and assembly of anisotropic nanoparticles.
We report the large-area assembly of anisotropic gold nanoparticles into lithographically defined templates with control over their angular position using a capillary force-based approach. WeExpand
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Tip-Directed Synthesis of Multimetallic Nanoparticles.
Alloy nanoparticles are important in many fields, including catalysis, plasmonics, and electronics, due to the chemical and physical properties that arise from the interactions between theirExpand
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Desktop Nanofabrication with Massively Multiplexed Beam Pen Lithography
The development of a lithographic method that can rapidly define nanoscale features across centimeter-scale surfaces has been a long standing goal of the nanotechnology community. If such a ‘desktopExpand
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Strong Coupling between Plasmonic Gap Modes and Photonic Lattice Modes in DNA-Assembled Gold Nanocube Arrays.
Control of both photonic and plasmonic coupling in a single optical device represents a challenge due to the distinct length scales that must be manipulated. Here, we show that optical metasurfacesExpand
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Microwave dielectric heating of drops in microfluidic devices.
We present a technique to locally and rapidly heat water drops in microfluidic devices with microwave dielectric heating. Water absorbs microwave power more efficiently than polymers, glass, and oilsExpand
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