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Be Careful When Speaking About Lead Pollution: The Good, The Bad, And The Ugly!

Lead, like many other metals (do not call them “heavy metals”; see Pourret, 2018), is a global pollutant. Lead poisoning, also known as saturnism, occurs most often by ingestion of the metal. The main cause of ingestion of lead is […]

Temperature Has A Significant Influence On The Production Of SMP-Based Dissolved Organic Nitrogen (DON) During Biological Processes

Traditionally, activated sludge has been the most commonly used biological process for municipal wastewater treatment. Soluble microbial products (SMPs) formed by microorganisms constitute a wide range of residual organic matter in biological wastewater treatment systems. Their presence is related to […]

Does The Arrow Of Time Apply To Quantum Systems?

Does the arrow of time still point forward even in quantum systems? A new experiment seems to imply yes, quantum systems obey the arrow of time—at least most of the time. A new study from researchers at Washington University in […]

Labeled Periodic Table

The periodic table of the elements is a representation of all of the chemical elements that have been discovered. The elements on the periodic table run from top to bottom and left to right in order of increasing atomic number, […]

A “Twist” In Wavefunction With Ultrafast Vortex Electron Beams

According to the fundamental laws of quantum mechanics, every particle has also an undulatory nature. The characteristic wavelength associated with an elementary particle depends on its mass and speed. Very fast electrons, albeit very light objects, have a very short […]

Chemical And Biological Characterization Spot The Faith Of Nanoparticles

Graphene has transformed material research worldwide. Graphene is considered an innovative material that could impact a wide variety of fields. The electronic, chemical, and structural aspects of graphene are responsible for its widespread application possibilities. Graphene, an attention-grabbing allotrope of […]

Surface Stabilization Assures Safety Of Buckminster Fullerene

The discovery of nanostructured carbon material “fullerenes” has emerged as a new substitute for widely-accepted nanocarbon material like graphene in the world of nano-research. The advent of this new nanomaterial by Kroto et al. in 1985 gave it a chance […]

A PLL-Free Robust Control Strategy With Application For Grid-Tied Fuel Cell DGs Under Asymmetrical Voltage Sags

The power grid of the future will see a heavy penetration of clean energy-based distributed generation (DG), such as solar photovoltaic (PV) power plants, wind turbines, and fuel cells. Such generation is often interfaced to the grid through power electronic […]

Experiment Points To The Existence Of Mysterious Non-Newtonian “Quantum Force”

Since the time of Galileo and Newton, physicists have believed we live in a classical world—that is, a world that obeys the laws of classical physics. Space was seen to be Euclidean, nature was believed to be continuous, and motions […]

Vanishing Air-Bubble Layer And Ion Adsorption On Graphene In Aqueous Media

Potential applications of graphene in bioanalytic devices and functional composites have recently attracted wide attention. For these applications, graphene often needs to be exposed to, or in intimate contact with, aqueous systems containing ions and bio(macro)molecules. Understanding the surface structure […]