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21. A Volcano Curve: Optimizing Methanol Electro-oxidation on Pt decorated Ru Nanoparticles
Topic: Chemistry
Published: 6/26/2009
Authors: Christopher D Zangmeister, Savelas A Rabb, Du Bingchen, YuYe Tong
Abstract: Controlled Pt adlayers were deposited on commercial Ru nanoparticles (NPs) using an industrially scalable one-pot ethylene glycol (EG) reduction based method and were characterized by X-ray diffraction (XRD), electrochemical (EC) CO stripping volta ...

22. A calorimetric and equilibrium investigation of the reaction {methyl ferulate(aq) + H2O(l) = methanol(aq) + ferulic acid(aq)}
Topic: Chemistry
Published: 1/3/2011
Authors: Robert Nathan Goldberg, Michael J Selig, Stephen R. Decker, Brian E Lang
Abstract: Microcalorimetry and high-performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) have been used to conduct a thermodynamic investigation of the reaction: {methyl ferulate(aq) + H2O(l) = methanol(aq) + ferulic acid(aq), as catlyzed by feruloyl esterase. Values of ...

23. A comparison of literature models for the oxidation of normal heptane
Topic: Chemistry
Published: 2/1/2014
Authors: David A Sheen, Wing Tsang
Abstract: The development of detailed chemical kinetic models has proceeded unabated since the pioneering work of Dixon-Lewis and coworkers forty-five years ago. In that time, computational power has increased ten million-fold, and yet, we do not have a conse ...

24. A note on the critical enhancement of transport properties and correlation length of fluids
Topic: Chemistry
Published: 10/6/2013
Authors: Richard A Perkins, Jan Vincent Sengers
Abstract: The thermal conductivity and viscosity are known to exhibit an enhancement in fluids due to critical fluctuations. We have reviewed procedures proposed in the literature for estimating the correlation length determining the magnitude of these enhance ...

25. A primary pressure standard at 100 kPa
Topic: Chemistry
Published: 6/1/1999
Authors: James W Schmidt, Y Q Cen, Robert G Driver, Walter J. Bowers Jr., J C. Houck, S A Tison, Charles D Ehrlich
Abstract: Primary pressure standards in the atmospheric pressure range are often established using mercury manometers. To a lesser extent controlled-clearance dead-weight testers in which one component (normally the piston) has been dimensionally measured hav ...

26. A real microstructural model for cement concrete modeling
Topic: Chemistry
Published: 5/24/2015
Authors: Edward Joseph Garboczi, Yang Lu, Stephen Thomas
Abstract: Existing concrete microstructural models of particles embedded in matrix materials are only represented by regular shape particles like spheres, ellipsoids, or multi-faceted polyhedrons. However, the real particle shapes are more complex and sometime ...

27. A sensitive high resolution neutron imaging detector
Topic: Chemistry
Published: 11/11/2000
Authors: Y T Cheng, David F R Mildner

28. A three-dimensional, polarization-insensitive superconducting nanowire avalanche photodetector
Topic: Chemistry
Published: 12/20/2012
Authors: Varun Boehm Verma, Francesco F. Marsili, Adriana E Lita, Richard P Mirin, Sae Woo Nam
Abstract: Single-photon detectors are an essential tool for a wide range of applications in quantum information, quantum communications, and quantum optics. Over the past decade, superconducting nanowire single-photon detectors (SNSPDs) have become promising a ...

29. Absolute line intensities for ethylene from 1800 to 2350 cm-1.
Topic: Chemistry
Published: 11/17/2012
Authors: Walter Joseph Lafferty, Jean-Marie Flaud, A. Ben Hassen, F. Kwabia Kwabia Tchana, X Landsheere, H Aroui
Abstract: Fourteen Fourier transform spectra of ethylene (C2H4) have been recorded in the 1800-2350 spectral domain with different path-lengths and pressures and used to derive individual line intensities for lines belonging to the ν7 + ν8, ν4 ...

30. Absolute line intensities for oxirane in the 11.4 micron spectral region.
Topic: Chemistry
Published: 12/15/2014
Authors: Walter Joseph Lafferty, Jean-Marie Flaud, Fridolin Kwabia
Abstract: Absolute individual line intensities of numerous transitions of the fundamental ν15, ν12 and ν5 bands of oxirane (ethylene oxide, cyc-C2H4O) have been measured in the 790-940 cm-1 region using seven high-resolution Fourier transform sp ...

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