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Zeolite as Material for Hydrogen Storage in Transport Applications / CEOLĪTA KĀ ŪDEŅRAŽA UZGLABĀŠANAS VIDES IZPĒTE

. (2010). The Study of Adsorption of Hydrogen on Zeolites. Progress in Chemistry, 22 , 248-254. 8. Langmi H.W., & McGrady, G.S. (2007). Non-hydride systems of the main group elements as hydrogen storage materials. Coord. Chem. Rev., 251 , 925-935. 9. Broom, D.P. (2011). Hydrogen Storage Materials: The Characterisation of Their Storage Properties . London: Springer-Verlag. 10. Efstathiou, A.M., Borgstedt, E.R., Suib, S.L., & Bennett, C.O. (1992). Encapsulation of molecular hydrogen in ion-exchanged zeolites at 1 atm

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Bioadhesive vaginal tablets containing spray dried microspheres loaded with clotrimazole for treatment of vaginal Candidiasis

) 728-746; DOI: 10.1016/j.jaerosci.2007.04.005. 10. N. M. Ranjha, H. Khan and S. Naseem, Encapsulation and characterization of controlled release flurbiprofen loaded microspheres using bees wax as an encapsulating agent, J. Mater. Sci. Mater. Med. 21 (2010) 1621-1630; DOI: 10.1007/s10856-010-4034-4. 11. D. Perumal, C. M. Dangor, R. S. Alcock, N. Hurbons and K. R. Moopanar, Effect of formulation variables on in vitro drug release and micromeritic properties of modified release ibuprofen microspheres, J. Microencapsul . 16 ( 1996

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Physico-Chemical Characteristics and Sensory Quality of Dry Fermented Sausages with Flaxseed Oil Preparations

. 14. ISO 937:1978. Meat and Meat Products. Determination of Nitrogen Content, International Organization for Standardization, Geneva, Switzerland. 15. ISO 1442:1997. Meat and Meat Products. Determination of Moisture Content, International Organization for Standardization, Geneva, Switzerland. 16. Josquin N.M., Linssen J.P.H., Houben J.H., Quality characteristics of Dutch-style fermented sausages manufactured with partial replacement of pork back-fat with pure, pre-emulsified or encapsulated fish oil. Meat Sci., 2012, 90, 81 – 86. 17. Kaur S., Das M

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First report of Trichinella spiralis from the white-eared (Didelphis albiventris) and the thick-tailed opossum (Lutreolina crassicaudata) in central Argentina

): Ecology of New World marsupials. In: Hunsaker II, D. (Ed) The biology of marsupials. New York, USA: Academic Press, pp. 99–113 [16] Krivokapich, S. J., Pozio, E., Gatti, G. M., Gonzalez Prous, C. L., Ribicich, M., Marucci, G., Rosa, G. L., Confalonieri, V. (2012): Trichinella patagoniensis n. sp. (Nematoda), a new encapsulated species infecting carnivorous mammals in South America. Int. J. Parasitol., 42(10): 903–910. DOI: 10.1016/j.ijpara.2012.07.009 http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ijpara.2012.07.009 [17] Leiby, D. A

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Preventing Potential Backdoors in Bike Algorithm

REFERENCES [1] ARAGON, N.—BARRETO, P.—BETTAIEB, S.—BIDOUX, L.—BLAZY, O. DENEU-VILLE, J.-C.—GABOR.IT, P.—GUERON, S.—GUNEYSU, T—MELCHOR, C. A. et al.: BIKE: Bit Flipping Key Encapsulation, (2017). https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-01671903/document [2] BARDET, M.—DRAGOI, V.—LUQUE, J.-G.—OTMANI, A.: MDPC public key encryption scheme. In: 8th International Conference on Cryptology in Africa, Fes, Moroco April 13–15, 2010. Progress in Cryptology—AFPICACPYPT 2016 (D. Pointcheval, A. Nitaj, T. Rachidi). Lecture Notes in Comput. Sci. Vol. 9646

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Virulence factors and mechanisms of antibiotic resistance of haemophilus influenzae

References 1. Falla TJ, Crook DW, Brophy LN, et al. PCR for capsular typing of Haemophilus infl uenzae . J Clin Microbiol 1994;32:2382-6. 2. Meats E, Feil EJ, Stringer S, et al. Characterization of encapsulated and noncapsulated Haemophilus infl uenzae and determination of phylogenetic relationships by multilocus sequence typing. J Clin Microbiol 2003;41:1623-36. 3. Kilian M. Haemophilus. In: Murray PR, et al, eds. Manual of Clinical Microbiology 9th ed. Washington DC: ASM Press, 2007

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Synthesis and characterization of Ag@polycarbazole nanoparticles using different oxidants and their dispersion behavior

analytical applications: in detection of metal ions, CO 2 and N containing bases, such as ammonia, amine, and nucleotides. They can also be transformed into a film to investigate the electro/photo conductivity and electric and optical chromic behavior [18] . Fig. 4. Zeta potential measuring the dispersion behavior of (a) Ag NPs, (b) Ag +1 based Ag nanocomposite, and (c) Fe +3 based Ag nanocomposite, respectively. 5. Conclusion The Ag NPs encapsulated by PCz were synthesized in two steps. The first step was a synthesis of Ag NPs by polyol reduction

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Improved photostability, reduced skin permeation and irritation of isotretinoin by solid lipid nanoparticles / Povećana fotostabilnost, smanjena permeacija i iritacija izotretinoina iz kruto-tekućih nanočestica

.04.001. 13. E. B. Souto and R. H. Müller, The use of SLN and NLC as topical particulate carriers for imidazole antifungal agents, Pharmazie 61 (2006) 431-437. 14. P. Ahlin, J. Kristl and J. Šmid-Kobar, Optimization of procedure parameters and physical stability of solid lipid nanoparticles in dispersions, Acta Pharm. 48 (1998) 257-267. 15. V. Jenning and S. H. Gohla, Encapsulation of retinoids in solid lipid nanoparticles (SLN). J. Microencapsul. 18 (2001) 149-158. 16. S. D. Mandawgade and V. B. Patravale. Development

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Incorporation of Ag Nanoparticles Into Micelles. Stability Studies of Self-Organized Nanoparticlesmicelles Structures

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In this paper we present the results of measured physical parameters of self-organized structures consisting of hydrophobic functionalized silver nanoparticles and amphiphilic molecules capable of micelles formation. Those systems may be considered as simple models for transfer of nanoparticles through the biological membrane. Three different surfactants were used: negatively charged sodium dodecyl sulphite, SDS, neutral Triton X-100 and positively charged tetredodecyltrimethyl ammonium bromide, TTABr. We have found that hydrophobic functionalized Ag nanoparticles are encapsulated in neutral Triton X-100 micelles with a diameter of 10 nm without significant change in the size of the micelles. The efficiency of encapsulation of Ag by SDS micelles is lower compared to Triron X-100 and no incorporation of Ag nanoparticles into TTABr occurs. Obtained results indicate that in aqueous environment ionic properties of molecules creating micelles and concentration ratios between components determine the efficiency and kinetics of two competitive processes association or aggregation of nanoparticles and encapsulation of Ag nanoparticles within micelles.

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Review of Carruthers’ Massive Modularity Thesis

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According to Carruthers’ (2006) massive modularity (MM) thesis, the central systems of the mind are widely encapsulated and operate via heuristics and approximation techniques similar to those found in computer science. It follows from this, he claims, that widely encapsulated central systems are feasibly tractable. I argue that insofar as Carruthers uses this weakened definition of encapsulation, his thesis faces a dilemma: either is a misnomer (Prinz, 2006) and therefore unrecognisable as a version of MM, or it isn’t, and must put forward a convincing version of MM (Samuels, 2006). I claim that Carruthers’ commitment to this claim about central systems meets this challenge by adopting an understanding of central systems whose information-frugal and processing-frugal operations allow for feasible tractability. I conclude that the CWT provides a plausible and distinctive account of MM.

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