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Anatase TiO2 single crystals with a large percentage of reactive facets
Owing to their scientific and technological importance, inorganic single crystals with highly reactive surfaces have long been studied. Unfortunately, surfaces with high reactivity usually diminishExpand
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Diet of northern bottlenose whales inferred from fatty-acid and stable-isotope analyses of biopsy samples
The Gully submarine canyon off eastern Canada has been designated a pilot marine protected area largely because of the northern bottlenose whales (Hyperoodon ampullatus) found there. Studies of thisExpand
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Investigations of Horizontal Movements of Atlantic Swordfish Using Pop-up Satellite Archival Tags
The long-distance horizontal movements of swordfish tagged in Canadian waters are described, using information obtained from pop-up satellite archival tags. Some of the satellite tags remainedExpand
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Solvothermal synthesis and photoreactivity of anatase TiO(2) nanosheets with dominant {001} facets.
  • H. Yang, G. Liu, +6 authors G. Lu
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Journal of the American Chemical Society
  • 27 February 2009
Owing to wide-ranging industrial applications and fundamental importance, tailored synthesis of well-faceted single crystals of anatase TiO(2) with high percentage of reactive facets has attractedExpand
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The 2.1A crystal structure of the far-red fluorescent protein HcRed: inherent conformational flexibility of the chromophore.
We have determined the crystal structure of HcRed, a far-red fluorescent protein isolated from Heteractis crispa, to 2.1A resolution. HcRed was observed to form a dimer, in contrast to the monomericExpand
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Diving behaviour of the sperm whale, Physeter macrocephalus, off the Galapagos Islands
Sperm whales, Physeter macrocephalus, were tracked by means of a recording depth sounder in the waters off the Galapagos Islands. At depths of less than 300 m the whales generally dived nearlyExpand
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Unique electronic structure induced high photoreactivity of sulfur-doped graphitic C3N4.
Electronic structure intrinsically controls the light absorbance, redox potential, charge-carrier mobility, and consequently, photoreactivity of semiconductor photocatalysts. The conventionalExpand
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Multifunctional porous graphene for nanoelectronics and hydrogen storage: new properties revealed by first principle calculations.
  • A. Du, Z. Zhu, S. Smith
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Journal of the American Chemical Society
  • 15 February 2010
The lack of an obvious "band gap" is a formidable hurdle for making a nanotransistor from graphene. Here, we use density functional calculations to demonstrate for the first time that porosity suchExpand
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Phosphorene: Fabrication, Properties, and Applications.
Phosphorene, the single- or few-layer form of black phosphorus, was recently rediscovered as a two-dimensional layered material holding great promise for applications in electronics andExpand
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Unimolecular Reaction Dynamics
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