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Water hyacinths are aquatic plants that indicate a capability for pollutants uptake. Recently, further efforts have been made to increase the capacity of the plant to remediate the pollutants. Water hyacinth roots and shoots were analyzed using FTIR spectroscopy, XRF, and electrical investigations. Results of XRF analyses indicate that except for Sr, CaO,(More)
The present paper aims to investigate the sensitivity of dielectric spectroscopy to changes in concentrations of pollutants (heavy metals and metal oxides) uptake by the water hyacinth plant collected from agriculture wastewater drainage. The measurements were carried out on the dried root and shoot plant parts before and after subjecting to different(More)
FT-Raman spectra and dielectric properties of benign and malignant women breast tissues in vitro were investigated. FT-Raman spectra for the malignant tissues showed a remarkably decrease in the lipid/protein ratio. Dielectric properties of women breast tissues measured in the low frequency range (42-10(6)Hz) were interpreted in spite of electrode(More)
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