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1987/3/15Fourier transform infrared spectroscopic study of the structure and conformational changes of the human erythrocyte glucose transporter Alvarez J Lee DC Baldwin SA Chapman D Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy has been used to study the secondary structure of the human erythrocyte glucose transporter after purification and reconstitution in erythrocyte lipids 2 ABSTRACT Spectroscopic Examination of the Catalytic Decomposition of Hydrogen Peroxide by a Copper (II) Complex of a Dissymmetric Schiff Base and an Imidazole Derivative by John D Davis Jr Previous studies involving copper (II) complexed with a

Metals Analysis by Anodic Stripping Voltammetry

A DC potential is applied at 300-500 mV more negative than the E 0 of the metal with the most negative reduction potential (if analyzing a mixture) This would be ~-1 1 V since the Zn 2+ (E 0 = -0 7618 V) has the most negative reduction potential of the three metals listed in Table 1

An electron-paramagnetic-resonance study of the cytochrome bd complex in situ Biochem J 1989 Jul 15 261 (2):437–443 [] Lorence RM Koland JG Gennis RB Coulometric and spectroscopic analysis of the purified cytochrome d complex of Escherichia coli

An electron-paramagnetic-resonance study of the cytochrome bd complex in situ Biochem J 1989 Jul 15 261 (2):437–443 [] Lorence RM Koland JG Gennis RB Coulometric and spectroscopic analysis of the purified cytochrome d complex of Escherichia coli

plants Article Verification of the Field Productivity of Rehmannia glutinosa (Gaertn ) DC Developed Through Optimized In Vitro Culture Method Yong-Goo Kim 1 Richard Komakech 2 3 Dae Hui Jeong 4 Yun mi Park 5 Tae Kyoung Lee 6 Ki Hyun Kim 6 A Yeong Lee 1

The heat of adsorption of atomic H on the pristine beta-Ga2O3(100) surface at 0 K is computed to be -1 79 eV per H at saturation (average of Ga-H and O-H sites) whereas a value of +0 45 eV per H is found for the dissociative adsorption of H2

Quantitative Analysis of the Incorporation Behaviors of Sr and Ti

O 3 6 ZnO 7 8 and TiO 2 9 10 using simple precursors (AlCl 3 ZnCl 2 and TiCl 4) and H 2 O as the oxygen source The recent advancements in synthetic chemistry and the requirements for a better functionality of the materials for the aforementioned

1997/6/16The adsorption of SO 2 on Y zeolites variously decationated and dealuminated has been studied by IR spectroscopy It is shown that the adsorption of SO 2 on Y zeolites occurs in molecular form The temperature of desorption of SO 2 species decreases from 370 K to 300 K after decationation or dealumination of the initial NaY-zeolite Na + cations and OH groups are the centres of adsorpti

There is a great interest in the behavior of diatomic molecular solids under extremely high-pressure conditions that lead to pressure-induced metallization molecular dissociation and formation of atomic phase The consensus has been that the phase-transition sequence that happened in both solid bromine and iodine is from a molecular phase (phase I) to an incommensurate phase (phase V) and

T ABLE I Summary offormulation and process variables used to produce the medium-density fiberboard panels Panel Ilein Contcnr wax Content Internal Mat Number (wt c/o) Kc~in Type (wt 5%) Temp ("0 1 5 UF I 116 2 10 UF I 115 3 15 UF 1 115 4 10 I

The complexes were also studied by powder DC magnetic susceptibility and zero‐field Mss effect spectroscopy for corroboration of magnetic resonance results In the case of [Fe(H 2 O) 6](ClO 4) 2 all the magnetic techniques were in excellent agreement

O surfaces are polar with a charge zCuO2 = −(2−x) and z(La Sr)O = (1−x/2) and thus critically unstable To date the most rich and comprehensive spectroscopic information on high-Tc cuprates from both STS and ARPES have been obtained on the Bi and in22

o is the effective electrical thickness of the barrier A dielectric constant of 3 0 for rubrene was used in estimating d o 18 The calculations for the trap states at 100 mV and 121 mV gave a value of V t =50 mV d t=44 and V t=60 mV d t=47 respectively

Received in revised form 22 April 2008 Accepted 6 May 2008 Available online 18 May 2008 Editor: G D Cody Keywords: chondrite parent bodies insoluble organic matter thermal metamorphism C-XANES NMR Raman A unique spectroscopic feature has been

TlInto the Overdoped Regime of the High

O surfaces are polar with a charge zCuO2 = −(2−x) and z(La Sr)O = (1−x/2) and thus critically unstable To date the most rich and comprehensive spectroscopic information on high-Tc cuprates from both STS and ARPES have been obtained on the Bi and in22

Permittivity and modulus spectroscopic study of BaFe 0 5 Nb 0 5 O 3 ceramics Subrat K Kar Pawan Kumar* Department of Physics National Institute of Technology Rourkela 769008 India Received 26 September 2013 received in revised form 23 December

2004/3/1Spectroscopic constants and molecular properties of the diatomic carbides BeC BC + BC NaC and MgC in their ground states have been studied in detail using hybrid HF/DF B3LYP method The effect of basis set on spectroscopic constants and molecular

B(O) 1 48(3)t 1 22(9) 1 07(9) 1 12(12) P(GPa) 0 0001 0 19 0 73 1 05 R(Si-O) x2 1 603(1) 1 598(5) 1 600(6) 1 602(8) R(Si-O) x2 1 603(1) 1 608(4) 1 609(5) 1 610(6) Si-O-Si 146 49(6) 145 1(2) 142 1(3) 140 4(4) O-Si-Ox2 108 20(2) 108 2(1) 108 0(1) 107 8(2) O-Si-O

plants Article Verification of the Field Productivity of Rehmannia glutinosa (Gaertn ) DC Developed Through Optimized In Vitro Culture Method Yong-Goo Kim 1 Richard Komakech 2 3 Dae Hui Jeong 4 Yun mi Park 5 Tae Kyoung Lee 6 Ki Hyun Kim 6 A Yeong Lee 1

T ABLE I Summary offormulation and process variables used to produce the medium-density fiberboard panels Panel Ilein Contcnr wax Content Internal Mat Number (wt c/o) Kc~in Type (wt 5%) Temp ("0 1 5 UF I 116 2 10 UF I 115 3 15 UF 1 115 4 10 I