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Carbonaceous and Nitrogenous Disinfection Byproduct Formation Potential of Microcystis Aeruginosa and Pyrrole Model Compounds
Disinfection byproducts (DBPs) are toxic compounds that form during the disinfection of drinking water. Harmful algal blooms have been on the rise due to climate change and increasing levels of nutrient influx into surface ...
The Development of Contemporary Antigen Presenting Cell-Targeting Gene Delivery Vectors for the Generation of a New Class of Vaccines
Genetic vaccines offer a treatment opportunity based upon successful gene delivery to specific immune cell modulators. Driving the process is the vector chosen for gene cargo packaging and subsequent delivery to antigen ...
Synthesis of Novel TCNQ analogous Dyes for Use with Dye Sensitized Solar Cell Chemistry, Specifically With Intended Application Towards Production Of Solar Hydrogen
With the looming problem of climate change imposing a significant threat from both a humanitarian and economic view, and the ever increasing demand for more energy in the developing world, a practical source of cheap, ...