Authors:András Németh, Krisztián Stadler, Judit Jakus, and Tamás Vidóczy
with a detection limit 1 × 10 −9 M min −1 for ONOO − fluxes by photon counting [ 2 ] and 1 × 10 −11 M for ONOO − concentration by applying a membrane sampler [ 3 ]. Luminol is endosomal membrane permeable [ 4 ] and its initial oxidation step
mL gastight syringe and the solution was stirred at 1,200 rpm. The initial concentrations of NaBH 4 , HPO 4 2− or PAA and cobalt(II) chloride were 150, 4.2 and 1.4 mM, in order. A molar ratio of NaBH 4 to cobalt(II) greater than 100 was used to
Authors:Cristina Benincá, Patrício Peralta-Zamora, Ronaldo Cardoso Camargo, Célia Regina Granhen Tavares, Everton Fernando Zanoelo, and Luciana Igarashi-Mafra
experimentally the kinetics of a synthetic effluent by Fenton and photo-Fenton processes at optimal operating conditions in terms of H 2 O 2 and Fe 2+ concentration. A 2 2 factorial design of experiments was proposed to define the initial concentration of
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Concentration of biogenic amines of some foods. (Egyes
Authors:Maria Kulawska, Henryk Moroz, and Aleksandra Kasprzyk
of initial mole ratios of alcohol to phthalic anhydride, b = c 0 ALC / c 0 PHT , equal to 3:1, 5:1, 10:1. The effect of temperature on the reaction rate was determined at b = 5:1, in the range of temperatures 413–453 K. The concentration of
Authors:B. Kupcsulik, B. Sevella, A. Ballagi, and J. Kozma
. & Kilburn, D. G. (1997): On-line monitoring and control of methanol concentration in shake-flask cultures of Pichia pastoris . Biotechnol. Bioengng. , 56 , 279-286.
On-line monitoring and control of methanol concentration in
. Besides, low concentrations and low rate waste streams can be easily processed in this process. Another advantage of this method is that ultraviolet (UV) light sources with low intensity (i.e. solar light) can be used for photocatalytic reactions. Moreover
. & Clayton, B. E. (1988): Blood cadmium concentrations in the general population of British middle-aged men. Human Toxicol. , 7 , 95-103.
Blood cadmium concentrations in the general population of British middle-aged men