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Attributing Effects of Aqueous C60 Nano-Aggregates to Tetrahydrofuran Decomposition Products in Larval Zebrafish by Assessment of Gene Expression
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This research is the first to link toxic effects directly to a THF degradation product (γ-butyrolactone) rather than to C60 and may explain toxicity attributed to C 60 in other investigations. Expand
The association between nC60 and 17α-ethinylestradiol (EE2) decreases EE2 bioavailability in zebrafish and alters nanoaggregate characteristics
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Results indicate that nC60 can reduce bioavailability of some substances and influence environmental fate and transport of associated substances. Expand
On the formation of positive and negative ions in gaseous UF6
Total cross sections for the formation of positive ions by electron impact on UF6 have been determined from threshold to 1 keV. A trapped electron apparatus is used to determine cross sections forExpand
On the binding of electrons to nitromethane: Dipole and valence bound anions
Conventional (valence) and dipole‐bound anions of the nitromethane molecule are studied using negative ion photoelectron spectroscopy, Rydberg charge exchange and field detachment techniques.Expand
Collisional ionization of Na, K, and Cs by CO2, COS, and CS2: Molecular electron affinities
The negative ion products resulting from collisions between orthogonal beams of alkali metal atoms (Na, K, Cs) and the linear triatomic molecules CO2, COS, and CS2 have been studied from threshold toExpand
Electron affinities of CO2, OCS, and CS2
The structure of the CO2−, OCS−, and CS2− anions as well as the adiabatic electron affinities of the corresponding CO2, OCS, and CS2 neutral parents are computed using the infinite-orderExpand
No bioavailability of 17α-ethinylestradiol when associated with nC60 aggregates during dietary exposure in adult male zebrafish (Danio rerio).
TLDR
The EE2 associated with nC(60) did not become bioavailable in zebra fish during passage through the intestinal tract of zebrafish, and results have implications on the effect of nC (60) on the bioavailability of co-contaminants in organisms during dietary exposure. Expand
Search for electroweak interactions in amino acid crystals. II. The Salam hypothesis
In 1991, A. Salam proposed that the electroweak interaction might promote tunneling through the potential barrier existing between chiral molecules (i.e., a phase transition at a criticalExpand
Low-Energy Electron Attachment to C60
The attachment of low-energy electrons to C[sub 60] is studied using crossed beam reactions between an effusive beam of C[sub 60] molecules and either a monochromatic beam of low-energy electrons orExpand
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