Chemistry Research Summaries. Volume 11


Lucille Monaco Cacioppo (Editor)

Series: Chemistry Research Summaries

This book is a compilation of research summaries from a number of different focuses in the field of chemistry research. (Imprint: Nova)

Table of Contents

Table of Contents


Chapter 1 – Flow through Optosensors (pp. 1-2)
Antonio Ruiz Medina

Chapter 2 – Thermochemical Conversion of Glycerol to Hydrogen (pp. 3-4)
Roger Molinder and Valerie Dupont

Chapter 3 – Valorization of Glycerol in Propanediols Production by Catalytic Processes (pp. 5-6)
Francesco Mauriello, Maria Grazia Musolino and Rosario Pietropaolo

Chapter 4 – Aqueous-Phase Reforming of Glycerol for Hydrogen Production (pp. 7-8)
Robinson L. Manfro and Mariana M. V. M. Souza

Chapter 5 – The Pauper and the Prince: Glycerol in a View From Biofuels and Biorefineries (9-10)
Alejandro J. Beccaria, Alberto A. Iglesias and Raúl A. Comelli

Chapter 6 – Glycerol As a Substrate for Bioprocesses in Different O2 Availability Conditions (11-12)
M. Julia Pettinari, Mariela P. Mezzina, Beatriz S. Méndez, Manuel S. Godoy and Pablo I. Nikel

Chapter 7 – Hydrogen Production from Glycerol via Membrane Reactor Technology (pp. 13-14)
A. Iulianelli, S. Liguori and A. Basile

Chapter 8 – Use of the Glycerol from Biodiesel to Production of Environmental Technologies (pp. 15-16)
Miguel Araujo Medeiros, Carla M. Macedo Leite and Rochel Montero Lago

Chapter 9 – Diffusion in Glycerol-Water Binary and Glycerol-Water-Sodium Chloride Ternary Solutions and the Viewpoint of Hydrogen Bonds (pp.17-18)
Cong Chen, Wei Zhong Li, Yong Chen Song, Lin Dong Weng and Ning Zhang

Chapter 10 – Conversion of Glycerol into Bio-Fuel Additives over Heterogeneous Catalysts (pp. 19-20)
M. Caiado, N. F. Lopes, S. Carlota and J. E. Castanheiro

Chapter 11 – Is Glycerol a Sustainable Reaction Medium? (pp. 21-22)
Adi Wolfson, Dorith Tavor and Giancarlo Cravotto

Chapter 12 – Ruthenium-Catalyzed Nitrile Hydration Reactions Using Glycerol As Solvent (pp. 23-24)
Alba E. Díaz-Álvarez, Rocío García-Álvarez, Pascale Crochet and Victorio Cadierno

Chapter 13 – Conversion of Glycerol into Products for Technological Applications (pp. 25-26)
Márcio Guimarães Coelho, Luiz Claudio de Melo Costa, Miguel Araujo Medeiros and Carla M. M. Leite

Chapter 14 – Natural Activation of Commercial Glycerol (pp. 27-28)
Alexander I. Bol’shakov, Svetlana I. Kuzina and Dmitry P. Kiryukhin

Chapter 15 – The Applications of Glycerol in Pharmaceutical Formulation (pp. 29-30)
Weien Yuan and Hui Li

Chapter 16 – Macroporous Materials: Controlled Synthesis, Characterization and Catalytic Properties (pp. 31-32)
Changyan Li, Baocang Liu, Ying Jin and Jun Zhang

Chapter 17 – A New Kind of Eco-compatible Hybrid Biocatalysts for Selective Reactions: Artificial Metalloenzymes (pp. 33-34)
Quentin Raffy, Rémy Ricoux and Jean-Pierre Mahy

Chapter 18 – Recent Trends in Polymer Supported Catalysts (pp.35-36)
G. Rajesh Krishnan and Krishnapillai Sreekumar

Chapter 19 – Ionic Liquids As a Catalyst or Solvent for Various Organic Transformations (pp. 37-38)
Krishna M. Deshmukh, Ziyauddin S. Qureshi and Bhalchandra M. Bhanage

Chapter 20 – The Enzymatic Catalysis of Neuraminidase and De Novo Designs of Novel Inhibitors (pp. 39-40)
Zhiwei Yang, Gang Yang, Yuangang Zu and Yujie Fu

Chapter 21 – Hybrid Organic-inorganic Materials: Application in Oxidative Catalysis (pp. 41-42)
Graça M. S. R. O. Rocha

Chapter 22 – Catalytic Role of Bimetallic Core towards Olefin Polymerizations (pp. 43-44)
Srinivasa Budagumpi and Il Kim

Chapter 23 – Preparation and Characterization of Coated Microchannels for the Selective Catalytic Reduction of NOx (pp. 45-46)
José R. Hernández Carucci, Jhosmar Sosa, Kalle Arve, Hannu Karhu, Jyri-Pekka Mikkola, Kari Eränen, Tapio Salmi and Dmitry Yu. Murzin

Chapter 24 – Emerging Catalysts for Wet Air Oxidation Process (pp. 47-48)
Asuncion Quintanilla, Carmen M. Dominguez, Jose A. Casas and Juan J. Rodriguez

Chapter 25 – Heteropolyanion (HPA) Catalyzed Ozone Delignification in Organic Solvents: Extremely Effective and Selective Pulp Bleaching Approach (pp. 49-50)
Anatoly A. Shatalov

Chapter 26 – Microwave-Assisted Catalytic Asymmetric Transformations (pp. 51-52)
Carolina Vargas, Alina Mariana Balu, Juan Manuel Campelo, Maria Dolores Gracia, Elia Losada, Rafael Luque, Antonio Pineda and Antonio Angel Romero

Chapter 27 – Metallocorroles As Catalyst: Current Status and Future Directions (pp. 53-54)
Achintesh Narayan Biswas and Pinaki Bandyopadhyay

Chapter 28 – Applications of Dendrimers in Catalysis (pp. 55-56)
G. Rajesh Krishnan and Krishnapillai Sreekumar

Chapter 29 – Liquid Phase Partial Oxidations Over Active Transition Metals Grafted on Different Heterogeneous Supports (pp. 57-60)
Mahasweta Nandi and Asim Bhaumik

Chapter 30 – Classification of Polymers in Reactivity Toward Nitrogen Oxides (pp. 61-62)
E. Ya. Davydov, I. S. Gaponova, G. B. Pariiskii, T. V. Pokholok, and G. E. Zaikov

Chapter 31 – Radicals on the Kinetic Characteristics of Quercetin and Dihydroquercetin in the Methyl Oleate Oxidation (pp. 63-64)
L. I. Mazaletskaya, N. I. Sheludchenko and L. N. Shishkina

Chapter 32 – An Antioxidant from Hindered Phenols Group Activates Cellulose Hydrolysis by Celloviridin in a Wide Concentration Range, Including Ultralow Doses (pp. 65-66)
E. M. Molochkina, Yu. A. Treschenkova, I. A. Krylov and E. B. Burlakova

Chapter 33 – α-Tocopherol as Modifier of the Lipid Structure of Plasma Membranes In Vitro in a Wide Range of Concentrations Studied by Spin-Probes (pp. 67-68)
V. V. Belov, E. L. Maltseva and N. P. Palmina

Chapter 34 – Supercritical Carbon Dioxide Swelling of Polyheteroarylenes Synthesized in N-Methylpyrrolidone (pp. 69-70)
Inga A. Ronova, Lev N. Nikitin, Gennadii F. Tereschenko and Maria Bruma

Chapter 35 – Inhibition of 2-Hexenal Oxidation by Essential Oils of Ginger, Marjoram, Juniper Berry, Black and White Pepper (pp. 71-72)
T. A. Misharina, M. B. Terenina, N. I. Krikunova and I. B. Medvedeva

Chapter 36 – The Organophosphorus Plant Growth Regulator Melaphen As Adaptogen to Low Moisher (pp. 73-74)
I. V. Zhigacheva, E. B. Burlakova, T. A. Misharina, M. B. Terenina, N. I. Krikunova, I. P. Generozova and A. G. Shugaev

Chapter 37 – Antioxidant Properties of Essential Oils from Clove Bud, Laurel, Cardamom, Nutmeg and Mace (pp. 75-76)
T. A. Misharina, M. B. Terenina, and N. I. Krikunova

Chapter 38 – Specific Properties of Some Biological Composite Materials (pp. 77-78)
N. Barbakadze, E. Gorb and S. Gorb

Chapter 39 – Properties and Applications of Aminoxyl Radicals in Polymer Chemistry (pp. 79-80)
E. Ya. Davydov, I. S. Gaponova, G. B. Pariiskii, T. V. Pokholok and G. E. Zaikov

Chapter 40 – Synthesis of Flexible Manufacturings for Phosphoric Industry Waste Utilization Based on the Cals-Concept (81-82)
A. M. Bessarabov, A. V. Kvasyuk and G. E. Zaikov

Chapter 41 – Practical Hints on the Application of Nanosilvers in Antibacterial Coating of Textiles (pp. 83-84)
S. Dadvar, A. Oroume and A. K. Haghi

Chapter 42 – The Nanostructure and Yield Process of Cross-Linked Epoxy Polymers (85-86)
Z. M. Amirshikhova, G. V. Kozlov, G. M. Magomedov and G. E. Zaikov

Chapter 43 – Nanostructures in Cross-Linking Epoxy Polymers and Their Influence on Mechanical Properties (pp. 87-88)
Z. M. Amirshikhova, G. V. Kozlov, G. M. Magomedov and G. E. Zaikov

Chapter 44 – The Degradation Heterochain Polymers in The Presence of Phosphorus Stаbilizers (pp. 89-90)
E. V. Kalugina, N. V. Gaevoy, K. Z. Gumargalieva and G. E. Zaikov

Chapter 45 – Quantum-Chemical Calculation of Olefins of Cationic Polymerization Branching in -,  and  Position on Relations to Double Connection by Method MNDO (pp. 91-92)
V. A. Babkin, D. S. Andreev, T. V. Peresypkina and G. E. Zaikov

Chapter 46 – Thermodynamics for Catalase and Hydrogen Peroxide Interaction (pp. 93-94)
A. A. Turovsky, A. R. Kytsya, L. I. Bazylyak and G. E. Zaikov

Chapter 47 – The Scientist Who Outstripped His Time (pp. 95-96)
Revaz Skhiladze and Tengiz Tsivtsivadze

Chapter 48 – Fabrication and Characterization of Dilute Nitride Indium Antimonide for Long Wavelength Infrared Applications (pp. 97-98)
Pham Huynh Tram, Yoon Soon Fatt and Lim Kim Peng

Chapter 49 – Properties of Urea-Formaldehyde Resins for Wood-Based Composites (99-100)
Byung-Dae Park

Chapter 50 – Formaldehyde Emissions from Wood-Based Panels: Testing Methods and Industrial Perspectives (pp. 101-102)
Luisa H. Carvalho, Fernão D. Magalhães and João M. Ferra

Chapter 51 – Electronic Spectra of Formaldehyde in Aqueous Solution: The Nonequilibrium Solvent Effect with Molecular Modeling (pp. 103-104)
Quan Zhu and Yun-Kui Li

Chapter 52 – Decontamination of Indoor Air Pollutant of Formaldehyde through Catalytic Oxidation over Oxide Supported Noble Metal Nanocatalysts (pp. 105-106)
Changyan Li, Baocang Liu, Yang Liu, Wenting Hu, Qin Wang and Jun Zhang

Chapter 53 – Indoor Air Monitoring Using Newly Developed Formaldehyde Sensor Element and Portable Monitoring Device (pp. 107-108)
Yasuko Yamada Maruo

Chapter 54 – Unusual Behavior during the Electrochemical Oxidation of Formaldehyde (pp. 109-110)
Mark Schell

Chapter 55 – The Role of Hydrogen Cyanide in the Origin of Life (pp. 111-112)
Alicia Negrón-Mendoza, Alejandro Heredia, Maria Colín-García and Sergio Ramos Bernal

Chapter 56 – Cyanide Poisoning in Animals and Humans (pp. 113-114)
Antônio Carlos Lopes Câmara and Benito Soto-Blanco

Chapter 57 – Mass Transfer (pp. 115-116)
Humberto Estay

Chapter 58 – Application of Cyanide-Bridged Coordination Polymers for Electrode Materials of Rechargeable Batteries (pp. 117-118)
Masashi Okubo

Chapter 59 – Symbiotic and Synergic Effects in Amide and Ester Derivatives of EDTA (pp. 119-120)
Francisco Meijide, Juan V. Trillo, Santiago de Frutos, Aida Jover, José Vázquez Tato, Victor H. Soto and Luciano Galantini

Chapter 60 – Structural and Electrical Properties of CaCu3Ti4O12 Obtained from Different EDTA-Gel Derived Powders pp 121-122)
Filipe Amaral, Manuel Valente, Manuel Pedro Graça and Luís Cadillon Costa

Chapter 61 – Photo- or Radiation-Induced Degradation of EDTA and Its Complexes of Heavy Metals (pp. 123-124)
Katerina Cubova and Barbora Drtinova

Chapter 62 – The Use of EDTA Root Conditioning in Regenerative Procedures of Periodontal Tissues (pp. 125-126)
Daniela Leal Zandim-Barcelos and José Eduardo Cezar Sampaio

Chapter 63 – Effects of EDTA on Adsorption Behavior of Cadmium onto Natural Freshwater Surface Coatings (pp. 127-128)
Xiuyi Hua, Deming Dong, Dapeng Liang and Zhiyong Guo

Chapter 64 – Management of EDTA-Containing Aqueous Effluent: Environmental Concerns and Remedies (pp. 129-130)
Zinnat A. Begum, Ismail M. M. Rahman and Hiroshi Hasegawa

Chapter 65 – Dendrimer-Based Nanostructured Ultrathin Films Formed by Covalent Molecular Assembly in Supercritical Carbon Dioxide (pp. 131-132)
Sreenivasa Reddy Puniredd, Sundaramurthy Jayaraman and M. P. Srinivasan

Chapter 66 – Dendrimer-Based Host/Guest Systems for Drug Delivery (pp. 133-134)
Domenico Lombardo

Chapter 67 – Dendrimers for Chemotherapeutic Drug Delivery (pp. 135-136)
Swati Biswas and Vladimir P. Torchilin

Chapter 68 – Dendrimer-Templated Gold Nanoparticles: Preparation and Applications (pp. 137-138)
Jiangyu Wu and Weizhe Huang

Chapter 69 – Sorption in Liquid Crystalline Poly(Propyleneimine) Dendrimers by Inverse Gas Chromatography (pp. 139-140)
Svetlana V. Blokhina, Marina V. Ol’khovich and Angelica V. Sharapova

Chapter 70 – Dendrimer-Based Nanocarriers for Drug Controlled Release and Targeted Delivery (pp. 141-142)
Yan Wen, Lina Li, Xiaoyang Zhang and Fanglian Yao

Chapter 71 – Dendrimers As Versatile Architectures in Bio-Detection Technologies (pp. 143-144)
Dilek Odaci Demirkol and Suna Timur

Chapter 72 – Nanoglobular Macrocyclic Gd(III) Chelate Conjugates As Magnetic Resonance Imaging Contrast Agents (pp. 145-146)
Mingqian Tan, Xiaojie Song and Zheng-Rong Lu

Chapter 73 – Dendrimer-Modfied Quantum Dots Nanocomposites for Chemical Sensing (pp. 147-148)
M. Algarra, B. B. Campos and J. C. G. Esteves da Silva

Chapter 74 – Dendrimers for the Functionalisation of Textiles (pp. 149-150)
Boris Mahltig, Betül Tatlises and Amir Fahmi

Chapter 75 – Recyclable Metal Nanoparticulate Catalysts Based on Dendrimers (pp. 151-152)
Yi-Gang Ji and Lei Wu

Chapter 76 – Reactive Dyeing of Textiles: Practices and Developments (pp. 153-154)
A. K. Patra and Roshan Paul

Chapter 77 – Photo-Responsive Dyed Textiles for Advanced Applications (pp. 155-156)
Shah M. Reduwan Billah

Chapter 78 – Supramolecular Organized Crown-Containing Styryl Dyes: Photocontrolled Complex Formation and Cation-Dependent Photochemical Properties (pp. 157-158)
Olga A. Fedorova and Yuri V. Fedorov

Chapter 79 – Indigo Colouration (pp. 159-160)
Saminathan Ratnapandian, Stanley M. Fergusson, Lijing Wang and Rajiv Padhye

Chapter 80 – Indigo Dyeing with the Borohydride Process: Effect of Operating Parameters and Focus on Chemical Aspects (pp. 161-162)
Nizar Meksi, Manel Ben Ticha, Bilel Khemiri, Moez Kechida and Mohamed Farouk Mhenni

Chapter 81 – Dyeing Characteristics and UV Protection Properties of Silk Fabric Dyed with Natural Dye from Mangrove Bark (Rhizophora apiculata Blume) Extract (pp. 163-164)
Rattanaphol Mongkholrattanasit, Nattadon Rungruangkitkrai, Charoon Klaichoi, Nattaya Punrattanasin and Monthon Nakpathom

Chapter 82 – Research Progress in Macromolecular Salt-Free Dyeing Auxiliaries (pp. 165-166)
Jie Fu, Yin Luo and Chunsheng Liu

Chapter 83 – Elution Characteristics of High Hollow Filament Nylon Fabrics in Dyeing and Finishing Processes and Their Physical Properties for High Emotional Garment (pp. 167-168)
Seung Jin Kim and Hyun Ah Kim

Chapter 84 – Adsorption As the Most Promising Decolorization Technique in the Final Step of Textile Effluents Treatment (pp. 169-170)
George Z. Kyzas

Chapter 85 – Selection of Decolorization Methods of Reactive Dye Baths for Reuse Purposes (pp. 171-172)
Víctor López-Grimau and Carmen Gutiérrez-Bouzán

Chapter 86 – Current Advances in Anaerobic Digestion of Highly Concentrated Dye Effluent (pp. 173-174)
Abu Zahrim Yaser

Chapter 87 – Biological Treatments of the Dyeing Wastewater (pp. 175-176)
Xiaobai Zhou, Lulu Peng and Julian Rune Kindlund Suarez

Chapter 88 – New Trends in Textile Wastewater Treatments (pp. 177-178)
Carmen Gutiérrez-Bouzán, Víctor López-Grimau and Mercè Vilaseca

Chapter 89 – Europium Complexes: Fundamental and Photonic Applications (pp. 179-180)
Yanhua Luo and Qijin Zhang

Chapter 90 – Europium III and Sol-Gel: Preparing Multifunctional Materials (pp. 181-182)
Alex Lemes Marçal, Marcela Guedes Matos, Caroline Borges Azevedo, Camila Maria Alves Ferreira, Júnia Natália Mendes Batista, Natália Lamec Rocha, Carlos Roberto Matias, Eduardo José Nassar, Katia Jorge Cuffi, Paulo Sergio Calefi, Lucas Alonso Rocha and Emerson Henrique de Faria

Chapter 91- Highly Triboluminescent Europium Dibenzoylmethide Triethylammonium (pp. 183-184)
Ross S. Fontenot, Kamala N. Bhat, William A. Hollerman and Mohan D. Aggarwal

Chapter 92 – Properties of Eu-Doped Wide Bandgap Semiconductors: GaN and ZnO (pp. 185-186)
S. J. Pearton, F. Ren and J. M. Zavada

Chapter 93 – Photoluminescence Studies of Europium Doped ABO3 Compounds (pp. 187-188)
S. K. Kulshreshtha and V. Sudarsan

Chapter 94 – Luminescent Europium Complexes for Enzyme and Protein Assays pp. 189-190)
Kazuko Matsumoto

Chapter 95 – Mechanical and Elastic Properties of Europium Monoxides and Monochalcogenides (EuX; X = O, S, Se, Te) (pp. 191-192)
Dinesh Varshney

Chapter 96 – Europium-Based Materials for the Detection of Chemical Agents and Pesticides (pp. 193-194)
Amanda L. Jenkins

Chapter 97 – Application of Europium Compounds in Catalytic and Photocatalytic Oxidation of Air and Water Pollutants (pp. 195-196)
Seyed Ali Hosseini and Elham Paknahad

Chapter 98 – Development of New Generation of Durable Radio-Luminescence Emitters Based on Actinide-Doped Crystals (pp. 197-198)
Boris E. Burakov, Julia P. Ipatova, Marina A. Petrova, Vladimir A. Zirlin, Yana V. Kuznetsova and Maria V. Zamoryanskaya

Chapter 99 – Lagrangian Formulation to Treating the Turbulent Reacting Flows (pp. 199-200)
V. A. Sabelnikov

Chapter 100 – G-Equation in White Noise in a Time Turbulent Velocity Field: The Derivation of the Probability Density Function Equation (pp. 201-202)
V. A. Sabelnikov

Chapter 101 – Deposition of Thin Functional Coatings at Atmospheric Pressure Using Combustion Chemical Vapour Deposition (pp. 203-204)
I. Zunke, P. Rüffer, T. Tölke, A. Heft, B. Grünler and A. Schimanski

Chapter 102 – Fundamentals of Oxy-Fuel Carbon Capture Technology for Pulverized Fuel Boilers (pp. 205-206)
Lucía Álvarez, María V. Gil, Juan Riaza, Cova Pevida and Fernando Rubiera

Chapter 103 – Combustion of Lignocellulosic Biomass and Marine Biomass by Means of Thermal Analyses: Kinetic and Gas Evolution Analysis (pp. 207-208)
Diego López González, José Luis Valverde and María Luz Sánchez Silva

Chapter 104 – Methane Combustion by Electrochemical Promotion of Catalysis Phenomenon (pp. 209-210)
Carmen Jiménez Borja, Nuria Gutiérrez, Fernando Dorado and Jose Luis Valverde

Chapter 105 – Novel Nitrate-Free Acetate-H2O2 Combustion Synthesis (pp. 211-212)
Narendar Nasani and Duncan P. Fagg

Chapter 106 – Solution Combustion Method: A Convenient Approach for Preparing Ni-Promoted Mo and Mo-W Sulphide Hydrotreating Catalysts (pp. 213-214)
Sergio L. González-Cortés, Serbia M. Rodulfo-Baechler and Freddy E. Imbert

Chapter 107 – Application of Atomic Force Microscopy in Food-Related Macromolecules (pp. 215-216)
Xiao Feng, Shaojuan Lai, Meng Li, Caili Fu, Fusheng Chen and Hongshun Yang

Chapter 108 – Applications of Atomic Force Microscopy for Cellulosic Materials (pp. 217-218)
Baran Arslan and Nehal I. Abu-Lail

Chapter 109 – Dynamic Magnetic Characterizations at the Nanoscale: A New Mode for AFM Imaging with Magnetic Sample Modulation (MSM-AFM) (pp. 219-220)
Lauren E. Englade-Franklin, Wilson K. Serem, Stephanie L. Daniels and Jayne C. Garno

Chapter 110 – Force-Feedback High-Speed Atomic Force Microscope (pp. 221-222)
Byung I. Kim and Ryan D. Boehm

Chapter 111 – Morphological Study of Thermoplastic-Based Nanocomposites Using Atomic Force Microscopy (pp. 223-224)
Ana M. Díez-Pascual

Chapter 112 – Characterisation of Tendons at Different Length Scales Using Atomic Force Microscopy and Polarised Light Microscopy May Provide Insight into Tendon Disease (pp. 224-226)
J. M. R. Tilley, A. J. Carr and J. T. Czernuszka

Chapter 113 – Application of AFM and Corrosion in Al-Fe Aerospace Alloy Treated to Laser Surface Remelting (pp. 227-228)
Moisés Meza Pariona and Amanda Guimarães

Chapter 114 – Characterization of Surface Structures Induced by Laser, Plasma, Thermal Treatment, Metallization, and Grafting (pp. 229-230)
P. Slepička, J. Siegel, O. Lyutakov, N. Slepičková Kasálková and V. Švorčík

Chapter 115 – Atomic Force Microscopy Investigations of Articular Cartilage (pp. 231-232)
Chrystal Quisenberry and Nehal I. Abu-Lail

Chapter 116 – DNA Preparation for AFM Imaging in Air: Differences in Physical Parameters (pp. 233-234)
Danielle P. Cavalcanti, Daniela L. Gonçalves, Brunno R. Pedrosa, Marcelo Zogovich and Lilian T. Costa

Chapter 117 – Atomic Force Microscopy-Based Study on Morphological and Biomechanical Properties of Cell Membranes (pp. 235-236)
Hua Jin, Jiang Pi, Fen Yang, Haihua Bai and Jiye Cai

Chapter 118 – Investigation of Resistive Switching in the Nanocomposite Zirconia Films by Tunneling Atomic Force Microscopy (pp. 237-238)
D. O. Filatov, D. A. Antonov, O. N. Gorshkov, A. P. Kasatkin, D. A. Pavlov, V. N. Trushin, I. A. Antonov and M. E. Shenina

Chapter 119 – Amino Acid Molecules Fragmentation by Low-Energy Electrons (pp. 239-240)
Alexander V. Snegursky, Jelena Tamuliene, Liudmila G. Romanova and Vasyl S. Vukstich

Chapter 120 – Recent Progress of Graphene Nanoribbons Derived from Unzipped Carbon Nanotubes and the Application in Lithium Ion Batteries (pp. 241-242)
Biwei Xiao and Xueliang Sun

Chapter 121 – Applications of Graphene-Based Nanomaterials in Cancer Research (pp. 243-244)
Zhiming Liu and Zhouyi Guo

Chapter 122 – Fabrication of Microcellular Polymer/Graphene Composite Foams for EMI Shielding (pp. 245-246)
Bin Shen, Wentao Zhai and Wenge Zheng

Chapter 123 – Graphene Oxide Films: Photochemistry and Electroconductivity (pp. 247-248)
N.N. Denisov, V.A. Smirnov and Yu. M. Shulga

Chapter 124- Graphene Oxide Transition Metal Oxides Composites (pp. 249-250)
Kyeong-Won Park

Chapter 125 – Graphene Oxide and Reduced Graphene Oxide As Efficient Carbon-Based Materials for Removal of Dye from Aqueous Solution (pp. 251-252)
Ponchami Sharma and Manash R. Das

Chapter 126 – Application of Graphene in Sensing Technology (pp. 253-254)
Jingquan Liu, Aihua Li, Na Kong and Shengyu Feng

Chapter 127 – Adsorption of Hexavalent Chromium from Aqueous Solutions by Graphene Modified with Cetyltrimethylammonium Bromide (pp. 255-256)
Hanjin Luo and Yan Wu

Chapter 128 – Graphene-Non-Noble Metal Hybrid Nanomaterials as Advanced Electrocatalysts (pp. 257-258)
Ruizhong Zhang and Wei Chen

Chapter 129 – Application of Graphene in Mass Spectrometry (pp. 259-262)
Xianglei Kong

Chapter 130 – Incorporation of Graphene into Direct-Patternable Transparent Conducting Oxide Thin Films (pp. 261-262)
Hyung-Ho Park, Hyuncheol Kim and Kyung-Mun Kang

Chapter 131 – Graphene and Related Nanomaterials for Environmental Remediation (pp. 263-264)
Shamik Chowdhury and Rajasekhar Balasubramanian

Chapter 132 – Configurations of Structural Defects in Graphene and Their Effects on Its Transport Properties (pp. 265-266)
T. M. Radchenko, V. A. Tatarenko, I. Yu. Sagalianov and Yu. I. Prylutskyy

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