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Bivalve and microzooplankton community grazing on natural plankton assemblages were studied in 2 embayments of the Peconic Bay estuary (West Neck Bay, Long Island, New York) to determine the relative importance of each community on plankton mortality. Each embayment was characterized by a fringing salt marsh. The bivalve populations consisted of a(More)
Low energy ion-beam sputtering of GaSb results in self-organized nanostructures, with the potential of structuring large surface areas. Characterisation of such nanostructures by optical methods is studied and compared to direct (local) microscopic methods. The samples consist of densely packed GaSb cones on bulk GaSb, approximately 30, 50 and 300nm in(More)
Optical measurements of nanostructured GaSb prepared by sputtering is presented. The optical response is studied by Mueller Matrix Ellipsometry (MME) in the visible range (430–850nm), and by spectroscopic ellipsometry in the range 0.6–6.5eV. The nano-structured surfaces reported in this work, consist of densely packed GaSb cones approximately 50nm high, on(More)
The adsorption of BSA and RNA onto hydrophilic and thermosensitive poly(N-isopropyl-acrylamide) (NIPAM) latex particles was described as a function of pH, ionic strength and temperature. The hydrogel poly(NIPAM) latex was synthesized by precipitation polymerization in the presence of a cationic amino-containing monomer. The latex obtained was characterized(More)
Low energy ion-beam sputtering of GaSb results in self-organized nanostructures with the potential of structuring large surface areas. Characterization of such nanostructures by optical methods is studied and compared to direct (local) microscopic methods. The samples consist of densely packed GaSb cones on bulk GaSb, approximately 30, 50, and 300 nm in(More)
In order to assist the Division of Energy Storage Systems in the U.S. Department of Energy in prioritizing, developing, and commercializing storage technologies a computer simulation code has been developed by Argonne National Laboratory to assess the impact of alternative residential heating and cooling technologies upon the electric utility generation,(More)
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