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Inorganic Chemicals (49)
- Aluminum Compounds
- Barium Compounds
- Boron Compounds
- Bromine Compounds
- Cadmium Compounds
- Calcium Compounds
- Carbon Compounds, Inorganic
- Chlorine Compounds
- Chromium Compounds
- Fluorine Compounds
- Free Radicals
- Gold Compounds
- Iodine Compounds
- Iron Compounds
- Lithium Compounds
- Magnesium Compounds
- Manganese Compounds
- Mercury Compounds
- Nitrogen Compounds
- Osmium Compounds
- Oxygen Compounds
- Phosphorus Compounds
- Platinum Compounds
- Potassium Compounds
- Ruthenium Compounds
- Selenium Compounds
- Silicon Compounds
- Silver Compounds
- Sodium Compounds
- Sulfur Compounds
- Technetium Compounds
- Thorium Compounds
- Tin Compounds
- Tungsten Compounds
- Uranium Compounds
- Vanadium Compounds
- Zinc Compounds
Articles on Inorganic Chemicals
Analysis of the inorganic component of autogenous tooth bone graft material.
This study was performed to identify the calcium phosphate minerals, chemical element and Ca/P ratio and to examine the surface structure of autogenous tooth bone grafting material (AutoBT) which recently developed and applied clinically as a bone graft materials. The analytical resu...
Behavior of inorganic elements during sludge ozonation and their effects on sludge solubilization
The behavior of inorganic elements (including phosphorus, nitrogen, and metals) during sludge ozonation was investigated using batch tests and the effects of metals on sludge solubilization were elucidated. A decrease of ∼ 50% in the ratio of sludge solubilization was found to rela...
[Determination of the mutagenic potential of inorganic compounds of some heavy metals].
The authors determined the mutagenic potential of inorganic compounds, such as tungsten, molybdenum, lead, and copper, as well as waste of a tungsten-molybdenum industrial complex engaged in the exploitation of tungsten and molybdenum deposits, and environmental components, by using...
Nanoengineering a biocompatible inorganic scaffold for skin wound healing.
Tissue engineering is a multidisciplinary field that can directly benefit from advancements in nanotechnology and nanoscience. This article reviews a representative selection of commercially available procedures and techniques used to treat different degrees of skin burns. It also ex...
Bioresponsive peptide-inorganic hybrid nanomaterials.
Bioanalytical techniques that enable simple, fast and reliable high sensitivity monitoring of biomolecular interactions are of immense importance for diagnostics and drug development. This tutorial review provides an overview of recent progress in the development of peptide-based hybrid nanomaterial...
Ceramic microparticles and capsules via microfluidic processing of a preceramic polymer.
Combined effect of inorganic carbon limitation and inhibition by free ammonia and free nitrous acid on ammonia oxidizing bacteria
The inhibitory effect of free ammonia (NH(3) or FA) and free nitrous acid (HNO(2) or FNA) on the ammonia oxidizing bacteria (AOB) and the dependence of the AOB activity on the concentration of total inorganic carbon (TIC) are well-established. In contrast, less is know about the effect of high FA an...
Time-dependent evolution of olive mill wastewater sludge organic and inorganic components and resident microbiota in multi-pond evaporation ...
The physico-chemical and microbiological characterizations of olive mill wastewater sludge (OMWS) were investigated in five OMW evaporation ponds of the open-pond system in Sfax (Tunisia), during the olive oil production period in 2004. Time-dependent changes in both physico-chemical parameters and...
Study of chromatographic characteristics of inorganic analytes in biopartitioning micellar chromatography with ion-pair additives.
The chromatographic behavior of model ions of biomedical and environmental significance was investigated by using nonionic micellar mobile phases modified with ion-pair additives. The influence of concentrations of polyoxyethylene (23) lauryl ether and ornithine hydrochloride in the mobile phase on...
Chemical and microbiological parameters as possible indicators for human enteric viruses in surface water.
We demonstrated that human adenovirus had the highest detection rate (96.3%), followed by somatic coliphages (73.5%), human polyomavirus (68.6%), and rotavirus (63.5%). However, norovirus GII and enterovirus were found in only 25.7 and 17.8%, respectively. The concentration of the viral genome range...