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Volume 93 Issue 3 April 1984 pp 321-334 Solid Statet Chemistry and Surface Chemistry
A detailed investigation of sulphided Co/Mo/Al2O3 catalysts, their oxide precursors and several model oxides and sulphides of cobalt and molybdenum has been carried out using x-ray photoelectron spectroscopy and x-ray absorption spectroscopy (
Volume 96 Issue 1-2 January 1986 pp 115-120 Rapid Communication
Volume 102 Issue 3 June 1990 pp 219-230
In order to understand chromate reductase activity (CRA), related to cellular carcinogenecity and metal toxicity in ecological systems, we began studying the reduction of chromium(VI) salts using cysteine, ascorbic acid and several monosaccharides mainly through EPR and absorption spectroscopic methods. The present study indicates Cr(V) as a definite intermediate and also shows the relative trends of reducing capabilities among various reducing agents employed. Considerable progress has been achieved in the isolation of intermediates and final products as well.
Volume 112 Issue 3 June 2000 pp 434-434
Volume 118 Issue 1 January 2006 pp 105-115
The internal surface of an Mg-Al layered double hydroxide has been functionalized by anchoring carboxy-methyl derivatized β-cyclodextrin cavities to the gallery walls. Neutral polyaromatic hydrocarbon (PAH) molecules have been included within the functionalized solid by driving the hydrophobic aromatic molecules from a polar solvent into the less polar interior of the anchored cyclodextrin cavities by a partitioning process. The optical (absorption and emission) properties of the PAH molecules included within the functionalized Mg-Al layered double hydroxide solid are similar to that of dilute solutions of the PAH in non-polar solvents. The unique feature of these hybrid materials is that they are thermally stable over a wide temperature range with their emission properties practically unaltered.
Volume 123 Issue 2 March 2011 pp 95-95
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