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Modelling Study of Surface Reactions, Diffusion, and Spillover at a Ni/YSZ Patterned Anode
This paper presents a modelling study of the electrochemical hydrogen oxidation reaction at nickel/yttria-stabilized zirconia (Ni/YSZ) patterned anodes. An elementary kinetic reaction-diffusion
A new framework for physically based modeling of solid oxide fuel cells
Current solid oxide fuel cell (SOFC) cell-level models are based on the subtraction of overpotentials from the Nernst equilibrium potential. This approach has two limitations: First, the Nernst
A versatile modeling tool for nitric oxide LIF spectra
Quantitative analysis of laser induced fluorescence signals of nitric oxide requires a thorough implementation of the effects of temperature, quenching, laser and detection properties on the measured
Low-temperature charging of lithium-ion cells part I: Electrochemical modeling and experimental investigation of degradation behavior
Abstract Fast charge of Li-ion cells is one of the main challenges in automotive battery application. As a particular problem at low temperatures and high charging rates, lithium deposits as metal on
The influence of equilibrium potential on the hydrogen oxidation kinetics of SOFC anodes
Fundamental electrochemical relations predict that the kinetic properties of an electrochemical charge-transfer reaction depend on reactant and product concentrations due to electrical
Human but Not Murine Toll-like Receptor 2 Discriminates between Tri-palmitoylated and Tri-lauroylated Peptides*
Despite similar domain structure of both TLR2 molecules, species-specific properties thus exist and these results imply distinct susceptibilities of humans and mice to challenge with specificTLR2 ligands.
A new computational approach for SOFC impedance from detailed electrochemical reaction–diffusion models
Abstract A new computational approach for simulating impedance spectra of electrochemical systems from detailed models of elementary reactions and diffusion processes is presented. It is based on
Cellular Recognition of Tri-/Di-palmitoylated Peptides Is Independent from a Domain Encompassing the N-terminal Seven Leucine-rich Repeat (LRR)/LRR-like Motifs of TLR2*
It is found that a block of the N-terminal seven LRR/LRR-like motifs was not involved in TLR2-mediated cell activation by P3CSK4 and P2 CSK4 ligands mimicking triacylated and diacylated bacterial polypeptides, respectively, which implies that TLR 2 contains multiple binding domains for ligands that may contribute to the characterization of its promiscuous molecular pattern recognition.
Laser-induced incandescence for soot diagnostics at high pressures.
Pressure does not systematically affect the relationship between LII signal and laser fluence, and this observation is consistent with the prediction of heat-transfer models in the free-molecular regime.
Synthetic lipopeptide analogs of bacterial lipoprotein are potent polyclonal activators for murine B lymphocytes.
A series of defined synthetic fragments of a bacterial outer membrane component exhibits a pronounced mitogenic and polyclonally stimulating activity towards B lymphocytes and will be valuable tools for more detailed investigations on the molecular mechanisms of B cell activation.