S. E. Bryan
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Al(III) and Fe(III) binding by humic substances in freshwaters, and implications for trace metal speciation.
Published experimental data for Al(III) and Fe(III) binding by fulvic and humic acids can be explained approximately by the Humic Ion-Binding Model VI. The model is based on conventional equilibrium… Expand
Comparison of measured and modelled copper binding by natural organic matter in freshwaters.
- S. E. Bryan, E. Tipping, J. Hamilton-Taylor
- Chemistry, Medicine
- Comparative biochemistry and physiology…
- 1 September 2002
Fifteen freshwater samples containing significant concentrations of dissolved organic carbon-[DOC]-were titrated with copper under standardised conditions (pH 6 and 7), and concentrations of… Expand
The impact of baryons on the spins and shapes of dark matter haloes
We use numerical simulations to investigate how the statistical properties of dark matter (DM) haloes are affected by the baryonic processes associated with galaxy formation. We focus on how these… Expand
Figure rotation of dark haloes in cold dark matter simulations
We investigate the figure rotation of dark matter haloes identified in A cold dark matter (CDM) simulations. We find that when strict criteria are used to select suitable haloes for study, five of… Expand
Development and performance of the diffusive gradients in thin-films technique for the measurement of technetium-99 in seawater.
- M. A. French, Hao Zhang, J. M. Pates, S. E. Bryan, R. C. Wilson
- Medicine, Chemistry
- Analytical chemistry
A novel technique for obtaining time-integrated 99Tc concentrations in seawater has been developed, using diffusive gradients in thin films (DGT). The performance of TEVA resin as a binding agent for… Expand
Influence of baryons on the orbital structure of dark matter haloes
We explore the dynamical signatures imprinted by baryons on dark matterhaloes during the formation process using the OverWhelmingly LargeSimulations (OWLS), a set of state-of-the-art… Expand
Luminous satellite galaxies in gravitational lenses
Substructures, expected in cold dark matter haloes, have been proposed to explain the anomalous flux ratios in gravitational lenses. About 25 per cent of lenses in the Cosmic Lens All-Sky Survey… Expand
Satellites in the field and lens galaxies: SDSS/COSMOS versus SLACS/CLASS
The incidence of subgalactic level substructures is an important quantity, as it is a generic prediction of high-resolution cold dark matter (CDM) models which is susceptible to observational test.… Expand