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作者:Moumita Sharma , Dr Papita Das , Prof. Siddhartha Datta
来源:[J].Environmental Pollution and Protection, 2016, Vol.1 (2)Isaac
摘要:In this paper a comparative study had been performed by green synthesis of silver nanocomposites using neem leaf extract (Azadirachta indica) and basil leaf extract (Ocimum sanctum). The green synthesis of silver nanocomposites (soil-AgNP) was used since it is efficient as well a...
作者:Dhruti Patel , Chitresh Saraswat , Pankaj Kumar ...
来源:[J].Environmental Pollution and Protection, 2016, Vol.1 (2)Isaac
摘要:The study of the magnitude of temporal and spatial patterns of Greenhouse Gases (GHG) fluxes from the cultivated land of subtropical regions of India is still an uncharted territory. The paper contributes towards the improvement of actual estimate and investigates the seasonal va...
作者:Alvin L. Young , Kristian L. Young
来源:[J].Environmental Pollution and Protection, 2016, Vol.1 (2)Isaac
摘要:In numerous domestic and international media reports throughout May and June 2011, allegations were made by United States veterans that the military defoliant Agent Orange had been buried in 1978 at Camp Carroll, a US military installation in the Republic of South Korea. Mor...
作者:Yun Liu , J.H. Martin Willison
来源:[J].Environmental Pollution and Protection, 2016, Vol.1 (2)Isaac
摘要:The drawdown zone of China's Three Gorges Reservoir is available for crops during summer, but few perennial crops tolerate the winter flooding stress. We examined white mulberry (Morus alba L.) at a site in Muhe Village, Chongqing, where a 15-yearold mulberry plantation has survi...
作者:Saumya Srivastava , Arvind Kumar Shukla
来源:[J].Environmental Pollution and Protection, 2016, Vol.1 (2)Isaac
摘要:Black gram (Vigna mungo L. cv Shekhar-2) was grown in refined sand with complete nutrition (control) and at 0.25 mM each of As, Cd, Co, Cr and Pb. Toxicity of heavy metals on biomass, followed the order: As> Cr> Cd> Co> Pb. Plants treated with As could not survive and wilted with...
作者:Sucharita Sarkar , Arghya Pratim Ghosh , Arkajit Mandal ...
来源:[J].Journal of Advances in Nanomaterials, 2016, Vol.1 (2)Isaac
摘要:We study the modulation of oscillator strength (OS) of impurity doped quantum dot (QD) under the influence ofgeometrical anisotropy and position-dependent effective mass (PDEM) in presence and absence of noise. The OS profiles are monitored as a function of anisotropy and dopant ...
作者:Benoit Bideau , Eric Loranger , Claude Daneault
来源:[J].Journal of Advances in Nanomaterials, 2016, Vol.1 (2)Isaac
摘要:In this study, composite films based on TEMPO-oxidized cellulose nanofibers (TOCN), and polypyrrole (PPy) were synthesized by three different processes. The flexible composite films were investigated with scanning electron microscopy, thermogravimetric analysis, contact angle mea...
作者:E.Girgis , C. Tharwat , D. Adel
来源:[J].Journal of Advances in Nanomaterials, 2016, Vol.1 (2)Isaac
摘要:Ferrites nanostructures have been prepared with flower-like shape, as novel cost effective dye removal agent to be used in water purification. CoFe2O4, and MnFe2O4 has been prepared via ethylene glycol (EG) mediated self-assembly method. The morphological properties of the as-syn...
作者:Thales F.D. Fernandes and Bernardo R. A. Neves
来源:[J].Journal of Advances in Nanomaterials, 2016, Vol.1 (2)Isaac
摘要:This work explores an atomic force microscopy artifact that yields different topographic data depending on the scanning direction in contact mode. Such artifact is associated with differences in friction coefficients across the sample, which leads to up to 500% difference in topo...
作者:Hiroshi Okamoto
来源:[J].Journal of Advances in Nanomaterials, 2016, Vol.1 (2)Isaac
摘要:III-V and group IV semiconductor nanostructures such as quantum dots (QDs) are expected for various applications. In this study, effects of Bi supply during the deposition process on the self-organized nanostructure formation were examined for III-V and group IV semiconductor mat...

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