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We have developed ground motion attenuation relationships for the central and eastern United States for use in future revisions of the National Seismic Hazard maps produced by the USGS. The ground motion attenuation relations describe the dependence of the strength of the ground motions on the earthquake magnitude and on the distance from the earthquake. We(More)
BACKGROUND Gasotransmitters are endogenously made, biologically active gases with unique physiological properties. In addition to participation in the hypoxic respiratory reflex of the carotid body, the gasotransmitter hydrogen sulfide (H(2)S) is thought to play a role in more localized vasodilatory hypoxic tissue responses. This pilot project describes a(More)
BACKGROUND Better understanding of the transannular influence of a substituent on the redox-potentials of bicyclo[2.2.2]octane-derived quinones will help in the design of new compounds with controlled biological activity. However, attempts to directly relate the reduction potentials of substituted triptycene-quinones to the electronic effects of(More)
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