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A review on the effects of carbon dots in plant systems
Carbon dots (CDs), a novel member of the renowned carbon-based nanomaterials family, have gained tremendous attention in various fields. Their extraordinary properties, including facile synthesisExpand
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From surface science to catalysis: Surface “explosions” observed on Rh crystals and supported catalysts
Phenomena called surface “explosions” have been reported for decomposition reactions on single crystals, and have been identified by the use of desorption methods. In particular, in TPD, they areExpand
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Surface ?explosions? of acetate intermediates on Rh crystals and catalysts
Abstract In recent years a new class of surface reactions has been reported on single crystals, reactions classified by others as “surface explosions”. We show for the first time that these reactionsExpand
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Groundwater Impacts from Leaching of Coal Combustion Products in Roadway Embankment Constructions
When the coal combustion products are used in soil stabilization and embankments construction, leaching of trace elements into groundwater can be a concern. This paper presents a modeling study toExpand
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Adsorption and migration of hydrogen on different surface sites of γ-Mo2N catalyst
Temperature programmed desorption (TPD) and temperature programmed adsorption (TPA) techniques were applied to study the mobility and migration of hydrogen species on high surface area Mo nitrideExpand
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Modulated toroidal current suppression of MHD activity on the HT-7 superconducting tokamak
Modulation of the plasma current has been used successfully to suppress MHD activity. This was achieved in discharges near the density limit where large MHD m = 2 tearing modes were suppressed byExpand
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High density operation on the HT-7 superconducting tokamak
The structure of the operation region has been studied in the HT-7 superconducting tokamak, and progress on the extension of the HT-7 ohmic discharge operation region is reported. A densityExpand
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Temperature-Programmed Desorption of CO and NO over γ-Mo2N☆
Abstract The temperature-programmed desorption–mass spectroscopy technique has been used to characterize the desorption behaviors of adsorbed CO and NO on γ-Mo 2 N. It has been found that adsorbed COExpand
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Experimental and Theoretical Research on Bending Behavior of Photovoltaic Panels with a Special Boundary Condition
Currently, the photovoltaic (PV) panels widely manufactured on market are composed of stiff front and back layers and the solar cells embedded in a soft polymeric interlayer. The wind and snowExpand
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