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Microstructure and rheology of Janus particle suspensions
The aggregate sizes and morphologies formed with colloidal particles have important consequences on the rheological behavior of colloidal suspensions. Self- and directed-assembly are the most used phenomena to produce ...
Surface characterization of chemically modified electrodes with gold nanoparticles and (His)6-rHbI from Luciana pectinata for H2S Detection
The recombinant polyhistidine-tagged hemoglobin I ((His)6-rHbI) from bivalve Lucina pectinata is an ideal biocomponent for a hydrogen sulfide (H2S) biosensor due to its high affinity for H2S. Nowadays it is clear that H2S ...