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The article also highlights the scientific push the TANMS center has been making since its inception in 2012. Tabular DataDatasetExport:APABibTeXDataCiteRISDatasetDocumentExport:APABibTeXDataCiteRISDatasetFile SetExport:APABibTeXDataCiteRISActive N-hydroxysuccinimide (NHS) ester was introduced chemically onto the CQDs in very mild conditions.

Such activated CQDs could be extracted by ethyl acetate from the mixture efficiently and conveniently. The high reactivity of NHS moiety was demonstrated by the reaction with bovine serum albumin, which revealed in an experiment of sodium dodecyl sulfate polyacrylamide gel electropheresis and the fluorescence imaging. ImageDatasetExport:APABibTeXDataCiteRISSupplementary material for "Room-temperature synthesis and characterization of carbon-encapsulated molybdenum nanoparticles"DatasetFile SetExport:APABibTeXDataCiteRISRaw data of PXRD, TEM, FTIR, dc magnetic measurement (SQUID), Mossbauer spectroscopyDatasetFile SetExport:APABibTeXDataCiteRISResearch data files include X-Ray Diffraction, Photoluminescence Spectrum, Temperature Dependent Emission Spectrum and so on.

Ogi, Improving the performance of Li-battery carbon anode by in-situ immobilization of SiOx nanoparticles, Materials Research Bulletin just accepted. Thermal Fluid Materials Engineering Laboratory (Ogi Group)Chemical Engineering Program Graduate School of Advanced Science and Engineering Hiroshima University Welcome to TME Lab. News(201)Thermal Fluid Materials Engineering Laboratory (Ogi Group)Chemical Engineering Program Graduate School of Advanced Science and Engineering Hiroshima University Welcome to TME Lab.

Camellia visit us from Indonesia. Materials Research Bulletin, 132. ISSN 0025-5408Co-precipitation of ferrous and ferric ions is the most common approach for synthesis of superparamagnetic iron oxide nanoparticles (SPIONs). However, reducing the amount of applied chemicals could lessen toxicity risks for biomedical applications. This study aimed to apply the high oxidation vulnerability of ferrous ions for synthesis of SPIONs via a single-precursor route in varied oxidative conditions.

The obtained results indicated that physicochemical and magnetic properties of SPIONs were purposefully tunable through alteration of oxidative conditions and the optimized SPIONs were produced when the O2:N2 flow ratio adjusted to 5:5 in synthesis environment.

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News Archive Materials ChemistryTrigonal prismatic cage molecule enables new type of 3D covalent organic frameworkThis demonstrates potential for expanding the structural complexity of 3D COFs by using organic cages as the building units. The nanohybrids were systematically characterized by XRD, FT-IR, TGA, TEM, SEM, EDS elemental mappings, XPS, NZ adsorption-desorption isotherms, PL and DRS.

It was found that the addition of moderate g-C3N4 could enhance the separation and migration rate of photo-induced charges, consequently leading to the increase of photocatalytic efficiency. The CNUO-1 nanohybrid exhibited better photocatalytic activity for the oxidation of Rh B under visible light irradiation, and displayed about 6. Meanwhile, the nanohybrid showed excellent stability and reusability in four cyclic experiments.

Finally, the increased photocatalytic reaction mechanism was also proposed. This bulletin, is part of an annual series which Archetype Publications publishes in association with the British Museum. The British Museum Technical Research Bulletin offers a forum to show a dynamic behind-the-scenes glimpse of the current work which curators, conservators and scientists have conducted on a range of artefacts and materials across the collections at the British Museum.

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