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The thermal degradation of polyacrylonitrile
The volatile products that are evolved during the thermolysis of polyacrylonitrile have been studied by TGA/FTIR techniques. The complementary solid products that are not volatile have also beenExpand
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Secondary-site attachment of coliphage lambda near the thr operon.
Abstract Phage λ has been integrated at a secondary attachment site near the thr oporon of Escherichia coli . The integration caused a pleiotropic effect since both thrA and thrB enzyme activitiesExpand
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TGA/FTIR studies on the thermal degradation of some polymeric sulfonic and phosphonic acids and their sodium salts
The thermal degradation of poly(vinyl sulfonic acid) and its sodium salt, poly(4-styrenesulfonic acid) and its sodium salt, and poly(vinylphosphonic acid) was studied by a combination of techniques,Expand
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Application of the Correlation Method to Vibrational Spectra of C60 and Other Fullerenes: Predicting the Number of IR- and Raman-Active Bands
The C60 molecule (Buckyball/soccer ball) exhibits only 4 IR and 10 Raman bands although it possesses 174 (3 x 60 - 6) normal vibrations. This striking reduction in the number of observed bands isExpand
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Enhanced pulmonary toxicity in copper-deficient rats exposed to hyperoxia.
The antioxidant enzyme superoxide dismutase (SOD) found in the cytosol of eucaryotic cells and the plasma protein ceruloplasmin are copper containing proteins though to be important in providingExpand
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CYCLOPROPYL HALIDES. ELECTRON TRANSFER IN THE LITHIUM ALUMINUM HYDRIDE REDUCTION OF GEM‐DIBROMO‐ AND MONOBROMOCYCLOPROPANES
Abstract The stereochemistry of reduction of mixtures of r-1-bromo-1-deuterio-c- and t-2-phenylcyclopropane and the cyclized products from 1,1-dibromo-2-(3-butenyl cyclopropane upon reduction withExpand
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A theoretical study of α‐substituted isopropyl and cyclopropyl anions
Ab initio molecular orbital theory has been used to probe the effect of the substituent X on the structures, strain energies, stabilization energies, inversion barriers, and proton affinities ofExpand
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