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Authors: G. E. Albert and W. R. Wade
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The first Hungarian record of the family Penthaleidae, the occurrence of blue oat mite [Penthaleus cf. major (Dugès, 1837)] in Hungary is presented. This pest mite species was collected on lettuce in greenhouse. Notes to the morphology and the three (cox 1, 18sRNA, ITS2) sequences of the Hungarian specimens are given.

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The determination of Ir and Pt in rhodium neutron monitors was investigated via192Ir and199Au after neutron activation, via191Pt and194Au–196Au after proton activation. Ir was determined by instrumental NAA. A chemical separation of gold, with a yield measurement method by a radioactive tracer, was developed for platinum determination after neutron or proton irradiation.

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Authors: C. Alosious Gonsago, Helen Merina Albert, R. Umamaheswari and A. Joseph Arul Pragasam

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The influence of doping the transition metal Zn(II) on the growth, spectral, optical, and thermal properties of l-histidine hydrochloride monohydrate (LHHC) crystals grown by slow solvent evaporation method has been investigated. Structural characterizations of the grown crystals were carried out by single crystal X-ray diffraction analysis and it shows slight structural changes as a result of doping. The FT-IR spectral study reveals the presence of various functional groups and confirms the slight distortion of the structure of the crystals due to doping. The energy dispersive X-ray analysis reveals the incorporation of Zn(II) in the crystalline matrix of LHHC crystal. The UV–Vis spectral study was carried out to analyze the optical transmittance of the grown crystals and found that the transmittance is very high in the visible and UV regions for both pure and doped crystals. The second harmonic generation (SHG) for the grown crystals was confirmed by Nd:YAG laser. The scanning electron microscopy reveals the presence of defect centers and crystal voids. The thermal stability and purity of the grown crystals were analyzed by thermogravimetry, differential thermal analysis, and differential scanning calorimetry techniques.

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