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Ground Motion Characteristics of the 2015 Gorkha Earthquake, Survey of Damage to Stone Masonry Structures and Structural Field Tests
On April 25, 2015, a M7.8 earthquake rattled central Nepal; ground motion recorded in Kantipath, Kathmandu, 76.86 km east of the epicenter suggested that the low frequency component was dominant. We… Expand
A nonoxidative sensor based on a self-doped polyaniline/carbon nanotube composite for sensitive and selective detection of the neurotransmitter dopamine.
- S. Ali, Yufeng Ma, R. Parajuli, Yetunde Balogun, Warren Y-C. Lai, Huixin He
- Chemistry, Medicine
- Analytical chemistry
- 8 February 2007
A nonoxidative approach to electrochemically detect dopamine with high sensitivity and selectivity is reported, a significant step forward toward molecular diagnosis of Parkinson's disease. Expand
Two decades of community forestry in Nepal: what have we learned?
Interference of ascorbic acid in the sensitive detection of dopamine by a nonoxidative sensing approach.
- S. Ali, R. Parajuli, Yufeng Ma, Yetunde Balogun, Huixin He
- Chemistry, Medicine
- The journal of physical chemistry. B
- 3 October 2007
It is demonstrated that ascorbic acid could severely interfere with the detection of dopamine in nonoxidative boronic acid-binding approaches and the examination of the dopamine transduction mechanism and ascorBic acid interference mechanism in this nonoxIDative approach will benefit the design of future boronal acid-based sensors. Expand
Integration of Anodic and Cathodic Catalysts of Earth-Abundant Materials for Efficient, Scalable CO2 Reduction
- R. Parajuli, James B. Gerken, +5 authors Emily Barton Cole
- Topics in Catalysis
- 1 February 2015
A fully integrated electrochemical cell for co-production of formate (HCOO−) and oxygen (O2) from carbon dioxide (CO2) and water using only earth-abundant elements has been developed. The process… Expand
Citizen Disaster Science Education for effective disaster risk reduction in developing countries
- R. Parajuli
- Political Science
- Geoenvironmental Disasters
- 3 April 2020
This paper briefly discusses on the recent scenario in sustainable development goals and disaster risk reduction initiatives. Recent reports state that achievement of the target of SDG on 2030 is… Expand
A short glimpse on promising pharmacological effects of Begenia ciliata
Results obtained suggest that extracts of B. ciliata have promising therapeutic potential and could be considered as potential source for drug development by pharmaceutical industries. Expand
Assessment of COVID-19 Pandemic in Nepal: A Lockdown Scenario Analysis
The spatial distribution clearly shows that the cases were rapidly spreading from the southern part of the country where most points of entry and exit from India are located, and the Government of Nepal needs to allocate more resources, increase its capacity to test and trace, establish dedicated isolation and quarantine facility and impose local restrictions to manage potential COVID-19 outbreak after easing lockdown. Expand
Production of graphene sheets by direct dispersion with aromatic healing agents.
Graphene exhibits remarkable properties for various novel applications, and liquid-based techniqueshave the potential to realize large-scale organic devices including photovoltaic cells. Expand
Fabrication of high performance conducting polymer nanocomposites for biosensors and flexible electronics: summary of the multiple roles of DNA dispersed and functionalized single walled carbon…
Inspired by the remarkable electrical and thermal conductivities, and the superior mechanical properties of carbon nanotubes (CNTs), tremendous efforts have been made over the past decade to prepare… Expand