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Hydrology and water management in the humid tropics : M Bonell, M Hufschmidt and J S Gladwell (eds) Cambridge University Press, Cambridge (1993) 590 pp £70.00 hardback
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Hydrology and water quality of the headwaters of the River Severn: Stream acidity recovery and interactions with plantation forestry under an improving pollution climate Original Research Article
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Hydrology as a driver of biodiversity: Controls on carrying capacity, niche formation, and dispersal
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Hydrology in a California oak woodland watershed: a 17-year study
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Hydrology in a patterned landscape is co-engineered by soil-disturbing animals and biological crusts
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Hydrology in a patterned landscape is co-engineered by soil-disturbing animals and biological crusts
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Hydrology in Scotland: towards a scientific basis for the sustainable management of freshwater resources—foreword to thematic issue
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Hydrology laboratory research modeling system (HL-RMS) of the US national weather service
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Hydrology of a first-order riparian zone and stream, mid-Atlantic coastal plain, Maryland
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Hydrology of a forested riparian zone in an agricultural landscape of the humid tropics
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Hydrology of a Tropical Estuarine System: Itamaracá, Brazil
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Hydrology of a zero-order Southern Piedmont watershed through 45 years of changing agricultural land use. Part 1. Monthly and seasonal rainfall-runoff relationships
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Hydrology of an extensive living roof under sub-tropical climate conditions in Auckland, New Zealand
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Hydrology of peat-forming wetlands in Scotland
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Hydrology of peri-urban catchments: Processes and modelling
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Hydrology of soils and deep regolith: a nexus between soil geography, ecosystems and land management
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Hydrology of subarctic Canadian shield: bedrock upland
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Hydrology of subarctic Canadian Shield: heterogeneous headwater basins
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Hydrology of subarctic Canadian shield: soil-filled valleys
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Hydrology of winter–spring “red tides” in Bahía de Mazatlán, Sinaloa, México
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Hydrology of Yucca Mountain, Nevada
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Hydrology, circulation and distribution of particulate matter in Thermaikos Gulf (NW Aegean Sea), during September 2001–October 2001 and February 2002
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Hydrology, erosion and nutrient transfers over a transition from semi-arid grassland to shrubland in the South-Western USA: A modelling assessment
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Hydrology, hydrochemistry and geothermal potential of El Chichَn volcano-hydrothermal system, Mexico
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Hydrology, sediment yield, erosion and sedimentation rates in the estuarine environment of the Ria de Vigo, Galicia, Spain
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Hydrology-driven ecosystem respiration determines the carbon balance of a boreal peatland Original Research Article
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Hydrologyʹs natural history
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Hydrology–vegetation interactions in areas of discontinuous flow on a semi-arid bajada, Southern New Mexico
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Hydrolysable amino acids in sediments from the Porcupine Abyssal Plain, northeast Atlantic Ocean
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Hydrolysable core-crosslinked thermosensitive polymeric micelles: Synthesis, characterisation and in vivo studies
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Hydrolysed wool: A novel chelating agent for metal chelant-assisted phytoextraction from soil Original Research Article
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Hydrolysis Activities of Resins of Complexes Made from Polysaccharides and Ce4+
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Hydrolysis and acidification of dewatered sludge under mesophilic, thermophilic and extreme thermophilic conditions: Effect of pH
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Hydrolysis and acidification of grass silage in leaching bed reactors
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Hydrolysis and acidification of waste activated sludge at different pHs
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Hydrolysis and biomineralization of porous PLA microspheres and their influence on cell growth
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Hydrolysis and chemical speciation of dioxouranium(VI) ion in aqueous media simulating the major ion composition of seawater
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Hydrolysis and composition of recovered fibres fractionated from solid recovered fuel
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Hydrolysis and condensation of forsterite precursor alkoxides: modification of the molecular gel structure by acetic acid
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Hydrolysis and coordination behavior of ferrocenyl-phosphonodithiolate: Synthesis and structure of Cu4[FcP(OCH3)(μ-S)(μ3-S)]4 [Fc = Fe(η5-C5H4)(η5-C5H5)]
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Hydrolysis and Cyclodehydration of Dipeptide under Hydrothermal Conditions
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Hydrolysis and cytocompatibility of zinc-containing α-tricalcium phosphate powder
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Hydrolysis and fermentation of amorphous cellulose by recombinant Saccharomyces cerevisiae
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Hydrolysis and fermentation of brewer’s spent grain by Neurospora crassa
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Hydrolysis and formation of volatile esters in New Zealand Sauvignon blanc wine
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Hydrolysis and glycosidation of sugars during the esterification of fast pyrolysis bio-oil
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Hydrolysis and large scale ultrafiltration study of alfalfa protein concentrate enzymatic hydrolysate
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Hydrolysis and oxidation on supported phosphate catalyst for decomposition of SF6
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Hydrolysis and oxidative decomposition of ethyl acetate in sub- and super-critical water
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Hydrolysis and phase transition of alpha-tricalcium phosphate
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Hydrolysis and sorption by Saccharomyces cerevisiae strains of Chardonnay grape must glycosides during fermentation
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Hydrolysis and stability of thin pulsed plasma polymerised maleic anhydride coatings
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Hydrolysis and synthesis reactions catalysed by Thermomyces lanuginosa lipase in the AOT/Isooctane reversed micellar system
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Hydrolysis and transesterification reactions of candesartan cilexetil observed during the solid phase extraction procedure
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Hydrolysis and transformation of terpene glycosides from muscat must by different yeast species Original Research Article
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Hydrolysis assisted solidification of silicon carbide ceramics from aqueous suspension
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Hydrolysis behavior of tofu waste in hot compressed water
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Hydrolysis behavior of zirconium diboride during attrition milling
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Hydrolysis behaviour of magnides and aluminides and its application to the synthesis of nanoparticles
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Hydrolysis characteristic of polyferric sulfate coagulant and its optimal condition of preparation
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Hydrolysis characteristics of sugarcane bagasse pretreated by dilute acid solution in a microwave irradiation environment
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Hydrolysis characterization of phospholipid monolayers catalyzed by different phospholipases at the air–water interface
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Hydrolysis control of alumina and AlN mixture for aqueous colloidal processing of aluminum oxynitride
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Hydrolysis differences of polyacrylonitrile support membrane and its influences on polyacrylonitrile-based membrane performance Original Research Article
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Hydrolysis Effects on Reduction of Be(ll) Ion in Acetonitrile
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Hydrolysis Effects on Reduction of Be(ll) Ion in Acetonitrile
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Hydrolysis efficiency and enzyme adsorption on steam-pretreated spruce in the presence of poly(ethylene glycol)
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Hydrolysis for direct esterification of lipids from wet microalgae
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Hydrolysis in the system LiPF6—propylene carbonate—dimethyl carbonate—H2O
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Hydrolysis kinetics and radical-scavenging activity of gelatin under simulated gastrointestinal digestion
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Hydrolysis kinetics characteristic of recycled fiber in subcritical water
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Hydrolysis kinetics in anaerobic degradation of particulate organic material: An overview
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Hydrolysis kinetics of biopolymers in subcritical water
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Hydrolysis kinetics of lead silicate glass in acid solution
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Hydrolysis kinetics of phenylsulfonyl-cycloalkane carboxylates
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Hydrolysis kinetics of phenylthio-carboxylates
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Hydrolysis lignin: Electrochemical properties of the organic cathode material for primary lithium battery
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Hydrolysis modification of PVC/PAN/SiO2 composite hollow fiber membrane Original Research Article
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Hydrolysis of (Me3SiCH2)PhSnCl2. Isomerisation of the dimeric tetraorganodistannoxane [(Me3SiCH2)Ph(Cl)SnOSn(Cl)Ph(CH2SiMe3)]2
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Hydrolysis of 2,4-Dinitrochlorobenzene Catalyzed by Cationic Micelles
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Hydrolysis of 4-(4-oxopentan-2-ylideneamino)benzoic acid and in-situ formation of nickel(II), zinc(II) and cadmium(II) complexes of 4-aminobenzoic acid
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Hydrolysis of 4-HPR to atRA occurs in vivo but is not required for retinamide-induced apoptosis
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Hydrolysis of 4-methylumbelliferyl-β- -glucuronide in differing sample fractions of river waters and its implication for the detection of fecal pollution
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Hydrolysis of 4-Nitrophenyl Acetate by a (N2S(thiolate))zinc Hydroxide Complex: A Model of the Catalytically Active Intermediate for the Zinc Form of Peptide Deformylase
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Hydrolysis of a mixture of saccharides by cellulase from Aspergillus niger and its application for visible-light-induced hydrogen gas production system using Mg chlorophyll-a and platinum nanoparticles
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Hydrolysis of acetals in water under hydrothermal conditions
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Hydrolysis of acetylcholinesterase inhibitors – organophosphorus acid anhydrolase enzyme immobilization on photoluminescent porous silicon platforms
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Hydrolysis of acid and alkali presoaked lignocellulosic biomass exposed to electron beam irradiation
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Hydrolysis of adenine nucleotides in platelets from patients with acute myocardial infarction
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Hydrolysis of AlLi/NaBH4 system promoted by Co powder with different particle size and amount as synergistic hydrogen generation for portable fuel cell
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Hydrolysis of amelogenin by matrix metalloprotease-20 accelerates mineralization in vitro
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Hydrolysis of ammonia–borane catalyzed by an iron–nickel alloy on an SBA-15 support
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Hydrolysis of ammonium oxofluorotungstates: A 19F, 17O and 183W NMR study
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Hydrolysis of amylopectin by amylolytic enzymes: level of inner chain attack as an important analytical differentiation criterion Original Research Article
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Hydrolysis of amylopectin by amylolytic enzymes: structural analysis of the residual amylopectin population Original Research Article
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Hydrolysis of an organic phosphorus compound by iron-oxide impregnated filter papers
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Hydrolysis of animal manure lignocellulosics for reducing sugar production
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Hydrolysis of apple pectin by the coordinated activity of pectic enzymes
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Hydrolysis of As(III): A femtosecond process
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Hydrolysis of bacterial wall carbohydrates in the microwave using trifluoroacetic acid
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Hydrolysis of bioactive isoflavone in soymilk fermented with B- glucosidase producing lactic acid bacteria from local fermented foods of Indonesian
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Hydrolysis of Ca-deficient hydroxyapatite precursors in the presence of alanine-functionalized polyphosphazene nanofibers
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Hydrolysis of caprine and ovine milk proteins, brought about by aspartic peptidases from Silybum marianum flowers
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Hydrolysis of carbonyl sulfide over rare earth oxysulfides
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Hydrolysis of carboxylic lactones in alumina slurries
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Hydrolysis of carboxymethyl cellulose catalyzed by cellulase immobilized on silica gels at low and high pressures
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Hydrolysis of casein catalyzed by papain in n-propanol/NaCl two-phase system
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Hydrolysis of cellobiose by β-glucosidase in the presence of soil minerals – Interactions at solid–liquid interfaces and effects on enzyme activity levels
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Hydrolysis of cellobiose by β-glucosidase in the presence of soil minerals – Interactions at solid–liquid interfaces and effects on enzyme activity levels
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Hydrolysis of cellulose catalyzed by sulfonated poly(styrene-co-divinylbenzene) in the ionic liquid 1-n-butyl-3-methylimidazolium bromide
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Hydrolysis of cellulose derived from steam exploded bagasse by Penicillium cellulases: Comparison with commercial cellulase
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Hydrolysis of cellulose in SO3H-functionalized ionic liquids
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Hydrolysis of cellulose into reducing sugar via hot-compressed ethanol/water mixture
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Hydrolysis of cellulose over functionalized glucose-derived carbon catalyst in ionic liquid
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Hydrolysis of cellulose to glucose at the low temperature of 423 K with CaFe2O4-based solid catalyst
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Hydrolysis of cellulose using mono-component enzymes shows synergy during hydrolysis of phosphoric acid swollen cellulose (PASC), but competition on Avicel
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Hydrolysis of cephanone in the micelles with different charges
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Hydrolysis of CF4 over alumina-based binary metal oxide catalysts
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Hydrolysis of chitin by Pectinex™
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Hydrolysis of Chlorella biomass for fermentable sugars in the presence of HCl and MgCl2
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Hydrolysis of chlorpyrifos in natural waters of the Chesapeake Bay
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Hydrolysis of concentrated raw starch: A new very efficient α-amylase from Anoxybacillus flavothermus
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Hydrolysis of concentrated suspensions of steam pretreated Arundo donax
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Hydrolysis of corn-cob lignocellulosic residue from pentose preparation
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Hydrolysis of CuCl2 in the Cu–Cl thermochemical cycle for hydrogen production: Experimental studies using a spray reactor with an ultrasonic atomizer
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Hydrolysis of d,l-phenylglycine nitrile by new bacterial cultures
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Hydrolysis of delignified sugarcane bagasse using hydrothermal technique catalyzed by carbonaceous acid catalysts
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Hydrolysis of diethyl diferulates by a tannase from Aspergillus oryzae
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Hydrolysis of different chain length xylooliogmers by cellulase and hemicellulase
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Hydrolysis of dilute acid-pretreated cellulose under mild hydrothermal conditions
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Hydrolysis of dioxouranium(VI): a calorimetric study in NaClaq and NaClO4 aq, at 25 °C
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Hydrolysis of diphenylether in supercritical water: Effects of dissolved NaCl
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Hydrolysis of Diribonucleoside Monophosphate Diesters Assisted by a Manganese(II) Complex
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Hydrolysis of disaccharides over solid acid catalysts under green conditions Original Research Article
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Hydrolysis of DNA by cerium(IV)/EDTA complex
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Hydrolysis of epigallocatechin gallate using a tannase from Paecilomyces variotii
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Hydrolysis of esters by staphylococci
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Hydrolysis of esters in subcritical and supercritical water
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Hydrolysis of fenamiphos and its toxic oxidation products by Microbacterium sp. in pure culture and groundwater
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Hydrolysis of fructans from Agave tequilana Weber var. azul during the cooking step in a traditional tequila elaboration process
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Hydrolysis of glycosidically bound flavour compounds from oak wood by Oenococcus oeni Original Research Article
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Hydrolysis of grapefruit peel waste with cellulase and pectinase enzymes
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Hydrolysis of haloacetonitriles: LINEAR FREE ENERGY RELATIONSHIP, kinetics and products
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Hydrolysis of HCN as an important step in nitrogen oxide formation in fluidised combustion. Part 1. Homogeneous reactions
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Hydrolysis of HCN as an important step in nitrogen oxide formation in fluidised combustion. Part II: heterogeneous reactions involving limestone
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Hydrolysis of hemicellulose to produce fermentable monosaccharides by plasma acid
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Hydrolysis of hemoglobin surveyed by infrared spectroscopy : II. Progress predicted by chemometrics Original Research Article
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Hydrolysis of hydroxybenzoate saxitoxin analogues originating from Gymnodinium catenatum
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Hydrolysis of inulin by immobilized thermostable extracellular exoinulinase from Aspergillus fumigatus Original Research Article
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Hydrolysis of ionic cellulose to glucose
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Hydrolysis of Japanese beech by batch and semi-flow water under subcritical temperatures and pressures
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Hydrolysis of kenaf (Hibiscus cannabinus L.) stems by catalytical thermal treatment in subcritical water
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Hydrolysis of konjac glucomannan by Trichoderma reesei mannanase and endoglucanases Cel7B and Cel5A for the production of glucomannooligosaccharides Original Research Article
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Hydrolysis of lactose in whey permeate by immobilized β-galactosidase from Kluyveromyces fragilis
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Hydrolysis of lignocellulosic biomass in water under elevated temperatures and pressures
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Hydrolysis of lignocellulosic feedstock by novel cellulases originating from Pseudomonas sp. CL3 for fermentative hydrogen production
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Hydrolysis of lignocellulosic materials for ethanol production: a review
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Hydrolysis of lignocellulosics at low enzyme levels: Application of the AFEX process
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Hydrolysis of linear DNA duplex catalyzed by Co(III) complex of cyclen attached to polystyrene
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Hydrolysis of low-molecular-weight oligosaccharides and oligosaccharide alditols by pig intestinal sucrase/isomaltase and glucosidase/maltase Original Research Article
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Hydrolysis of macroalgae using heterogeneous catalyst for bioethanol production
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Hydrolysis of methyl acetate via catalytic distillation: Simulation and design of new technological process
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Hydrolysis of microalgae cell walls for production of reducing sugar and lipid extraction
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Hydrolysis of microporous polyamide-6 membranes as substrate for in situ synthesis of oligonucleotides
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Hydrolysis of milk/whey lactose by β galactosidase: A comparative study of stirred batch process and packed bed reactor prepared with calcium alginate entrapped enzyme
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Hydrolysis of Miscanthus for bioethanol production using dilute acid presoaking combined with wet explosion pre-treatment and enzymatic treatment
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Hydrolysis of mixed monomolecular films of tricaprylin/dilauroylphosphatidylcholine by lipase and phospholipase A2
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Hydrolysis of muscle myofibrillar proteins by Lactobacillus curvatus and Lactobacillus sake
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Hydrolysis of native proteins by keratinolytic protease of Doratomyces microsporus
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Hydrolysis of native starches with amylases
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Hydrolysis of nitriles and amides by filamentous fungi
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Hydrolysis of Nonstarch Carbohydrates of Wheat-Starch Effluent for Ethanol Production
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Hydrolysis of Nothogenia erinacea xylan by xylanases from families 10 and 11 Original Research Article
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Hydrolysis of Oligonucleotides by Homogeneous Ce(IV)/EDTA Complex
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Hydrolysis of oligosaccharides from distillers grains using organic–inorganic hybrid mesoporous silica catalysts
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Hydrolysis of oligosaccharides in soybean flour by soybean α-galactosidase
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Hydrolysis of oligosaccharides in soybean products by Debaryomyces hansenii UFV-1 α-galactosidases
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Hydrolysis of orange peel by a pectin lyase-overproducing hybrid obtained by protoplast fusion between mutant pectinolytic Aspergillus flavipes and Aspergillus niveus CH-Y-1043
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Hydrolysis of organophosphate triesters by Escherichia coli aminopeptidase P
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Hydrolysis of organosolv wheat pulp in formic acid at high temperature for glucose production
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Hydrolysis of ozone pretreated energy grasses for optimal fermentable sugar production
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Hydrolysis of particulate organics in activated sludge systems
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Hydrolysis of Pd(II)-bound acetonitrile: Molecular and crystal structure of the syn isomer of the dinuclear (1,10-phenanthroline)palladium(II) complex bridged with acetamido groups and of its acetonitrile solvate
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Hydrolysis of pectin by Aspergillus niger polygalacturonase in a membrane bioreactor Original Research Article
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Hydrolysis of peptides in seawater and sediment
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Hydrolysis of Peripheral Leucine Enkephalin in Allergic Asthma
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Hydrolysis of phosphodiester catalyzed by analogous dinuclear Cu(II) complex in CTAB micellar solution
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Hydrolysis of phosphodiester catalyzed by metallomicelles with histidine residue: Kinetics and mechanism
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Hydrolysis of Phosphodiesters by Diiron Complexes: Design of Nonequivalent Iron Sites in Purple Acid Phosphatase Models
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Hydrolysis of phytic acid and its availability in rabbits
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Hydrolysis of plant seed gums by microwave irradiation
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Hydrolysis of plasmid DNA and RNA by amino alkyl naphthalimide as metal-free artificial nuclease
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Hydrolysis of plasmid DNA catalyzed by Co(III) complex of cyclen attached to polystyrene
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Hydrolysis of p-nitrophenyl picolinate catalyzed by divalent metal ion complexes containing imidazole groups in micellar solution
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Hydrolysis of poly(ethylene terephthalate) and poly(ethylene 2,6-naphthalene dicarboxylate) using water at high temperature: Effect of proton on low ethylene glycol yield
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Hydrolysis of pork muscle sarcoplasmic proteins by Debaryomyces hansenii
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Hydrolysis of potato processing waste for the production of poly-β-hydroxybutyrate
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Hydrolysis of precipitated phytate by three distinct families of phytases
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Hydrolysis of precipitated phytate by three distinct families of phytases
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Hydrolysis of pretreated paper materials by different concentrations of cellulase from Penicillium funiculosum
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Hydrolysis of proteins performed at high temperatures and for short times with reduced racemization, in order to determine the enantiomers of d- and l-amino acids
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Hydrolysis of rice hull by crosslinked Aspergillus niger cellulase
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Hydrolysis of several substituted methyl benzoates in the aqueous solution
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Hydrolysis of sodium borohydride in concentrated aqueous solution
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Hydrolysis of sodium borohydride with steam
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Hydrolysis of soluble starch using Bacillus licheniformis α-amylase immobilized on superporous CELBEADS Original Research Article
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Hydrolysis of Sorghum (Broomcorn) in Diluted Hydrochloric Acid
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Hydrolysis of sorghum straw using phosphoric acid: Evaluation of furfural production
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Hydrolysis of soybean isoflavone glycosides by a thermostable β-glucosidase from Paecilomyces thermophila
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Hydrolysis of soybean isoflavones by Debaryomyces hansenii UFV-1 immobilised cells and free β-glucosidase
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Hydrolysis of starch by a mixture of glucoamylase and pullulanase entrapped individually in calcium alginate beads
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Hydrolysis of sucrose by invertase entrapped in polyvinyl alcohol hydrogel capsules
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Hydrolysis of sucrose by invertase immobilized on nylon-6 microbeads
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Hydrolysis of sucrose by invertase immobilized onto novel magnetic polyvinylalcohol microspheres
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Hydrolysis of sucrose by radiation grafted sulfonic acid membranes
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Hydrolysis of sucrose using sulfonated poly(vinyl alcohol) as catalyst
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Hydrolysis of sugar cane bagasse using nitric acid: a kinetic assessment Original Research Article
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Hydrolysis of sugarcane bagasse in subcritical water
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Hydrolysis of surimi paste from walleye pollock (Theragra chalcogramma) by cysteine proteinase cathepsin L and effect of the proteinase inhibitor (E-64) on gelation
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Hydrolysis of surimi wastewater for production of transglutaminase by Enterobacter sp. C2361 and Providencia sp. C1112
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Hydrolysis of sweet sorghum bagasse and eucalyptus wood chips with liquid hot water
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Hydrolysis of tetracalcium phosphate under a near-constant-composition condition—effects of pH and particle size
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Hydrolysis of the amide bond in methionine-containing peptides catalyzed by various palladium(II) complexes: Dependence of the hydrolysis rate on the steric bulk of the catalyst
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Hydrolysis of the GlcNAc oxazoline: deamidation and acyl rearrangement
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Hydrolysis of the soluble fluorescent molecule carboxyumbelliferyl-beta-d-glucuronide by E. coli beta-glucuronidase as applied in a rugged, in situ optical sensor
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Hydrolysis of the terminal dimethylacetal moiety on the spacers bound to carboxy groups containing glucans
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Hydrolysis of the terminal dimethylacetal moiety on the spacers bound to carboxy groups containing glucans
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Hydrolysis of the tumor-associated antigen epitope gp100280–288 by membrane-associated and soluble enzymes expressed by immature and mature dendritic cells
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Hydrolysis of Thiamin: Evidence for Rate-Limiting Breakdown of the Tricyclic Dihydrothiachromine Intermediate in Neutral Aqueous Solution
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Hydrolysis of TiOCl2 leached and purified from low-grade ilmenite mineral
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Hydrolysis of tocopheryl and retinyl esters by porcine carboxyl ester hydrolase is affected by their carboxylate moiety and bile acids
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Hydrolysis of triacetin catalyzed by immobilized lipases: Effect of the immobilization protocol and experimental conditions on diacetin yield
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Hydrolysis of triphosphate from detergents in a rural waste water system
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Hydrolysis of vegetable oils and fats to fatty acids over solid acid catalysts Original Research Article
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Hydrolysis of waste polyethylene terephthalate and characterization of products by differential scanning calorimetry
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Hydrolysis of wheat bran and straw by an endoxylanase: production and structural characterization of cinnamoyl-oligosaccharides
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Hydrolysis of wheat B-starch and characterisation of acetylated maltodextrin
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Hydrolysis of whey protein isolate in a tangential flow filter membrane reactor: I. Characterisation of permeate flux and product recovery by multivariate data analysis
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Hydrolysis of whey protein isolate in a tangential flow filter membrane reactor: II. Characterisation for the fate of the enzyme by multivariate data analysis
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Hydrolysis of whey proteins by proteases extracted from Cynara cardunculus and immobilized onto highly activated supports
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Hydrolysis of α-lactalbumin by cardosin A immobilized on highly activated supports
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Hydrolysis of αs- and β-caseins during ripening of Serra cheese
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Hydrolysis of α-tricalcium phosphate in NaF solutions
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Hydrolysis of β-glucan
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Hydrolysis of β-lactoglobulin by trypsin under acidic pH and analysis of the hydrolysates with MALDI–TOF–MS/MS
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Hydrolysis of β-limit dextrins by α-amylases from porcine pancreas, Bacillus subtilis, Pseudomonas saccharophila and Bacillus stearothermophilus
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Hydrolysis patterns and the production of peptide intermediates during protein degradation in marine systems
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Hydrolysis process of normal rice starch by 1-butanol–hydrochloric acid
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Hydrolysis process of γ-APS and characterization of silane film formed on copper in different conditions
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Hydrolysis rate of submicron Zn particles for solar H2 synthesis
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Hydrolysis rates of 1-glucosyl-2-benzoylhydrazines in aqueous solution
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Hydrolysis rates of alkyl and aryl sulfinamides: evidence of general acid catalysis
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Hydrolysis rates, methane production and nitrogen solubilisation of grey waste components during anaerobic degradation
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Hydrolysis reaction of ball-milled Mg-metal chlorides composite for hydrogen generation for fuel cells
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Hydrolysis reactions of rare-earth and americium mononitrides Original Research Article
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Hydrolysis study of bis-1,2-(triethoxysilyl)ethane silane by NMR
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Hydrolysis technology and kinetics of poultry waste to produce amino acids in subcritical water
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Hydrolysis technology and kinetics of poultry waste to produce amino acids in subcritical water
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Hydrolysis technology of biomass waste to produce amino acids in sub-critical water
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Hydrolysis to the first dumbbell-like high-nuclearity bismuth-oxo cluster [Bi12(μ3-OH)4(μ2-OH)2(μ3-O)8(μ4-O)2(NO3)6]4+: Synthesis, structure and spectroscopic characterizations
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Hydrolysis, acidification and dewaterability of waste activated sludge under alkaline conditions: Combined effects of NaOH and Ca(OH)2
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Hydrolysis/dehydration/aldol-condensation/hydrogenation of lignocellulosic biomass and biomass-derived carbohydrates in the presence of Pd/WO3–ZrO2 in a single reactor
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Hydrolysis-assisted solidification of alumina slurry dispersed in silica sol without de-airing process
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Hydrolysis-condensation kinetics of 3-(2-amino-ethylamino)propyl-trimethoxysilane
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Hydrolysis–condensation reactions of diethylphosphato-ethyltriethoxysilane with tetraethoxysilane studied by 29Si-NMR: Solvent and phosphonate catalytic effect
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Hydrolysis–condensation reactions of titanium alkoxides in thin films: A study of the steric hindrance effect by X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy
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Hydrolysis-free synthesis of 3-aminocoumarins
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Hydrolysis-induced aqueous gelcasting for near-net shape forming of ZTA ceramic composites
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Hydrolytic activities of extracellular enzymes in thermophilic and mesophilic anaerobic sequencing-batch reactors treating organic fractions of municipal solid wastes
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Hydrolytic Activities of Fusarium solani and Fusarium solani f. sp. eumartii Associated with the Infection Process of Potato Tubers
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Hydrolytic activity of a dinuclear copper(II,II) complex in phosphate diester and DNA cleavage
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Hydrolytic activity of Penicillium chrysogenum Pg222 on pork myofibrillar proteins
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Hydrolytic activity of α-galactosidases against deoxy derivatives of p-nitrophenyl α-d-galactopyranoside Original Research Article
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Hydrolytic ageing of polyamide 11. 1. Hydrolysis kinetics in water
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Hydrolytic ageing of syntactic foams for thermal insulation in deep water: degradation mechanisms and water uptake model
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Hydrolytic aging of crystallizable shape memory poly(ester urethane): Effects on the thermo-mechanical properties and visco-elastic modeling
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Hydrolytic and acidogenic fermentation potential of food waste with source segregated feces-without-urine as co-substrate
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Hydrolytic and enzymatic degradation of poly(trimethylene carbonate-co-d,l-lactide) random copolymers with shape memory behavior
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Hydrolytic and ligninolytic enzyme activities in the Pb contaminated soil inoculated with litter-decomposing fungi Original Research Article
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Hydrolytic and Oxidative Changes In the Lipids of Chicken Breast and Thigh Muscles During Refrigerated Storage
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Hydrolytic and oxidative enzymes produced by white- and brown-rot fungi during Eucalyptus grandis decay in solid medium
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Hydrolytic and pumping activity of H+-ATPase from leaves of sugar beet (Beta vulgaris L.) as affected by salt stress
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Hydrolytic and transglycosylation reactions of N-acyl modified substrates catalysed by β-N-acetylhexosaminidases
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Hydrolytic antibodies: variations on a theme Review Article
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Hydrolytic characteristics of chitosan-immobilized As 1.398 neutral proteinase (from B. subtilis) to soybean protein
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Hydrolytic cleavage of ammonia-borane complex for hydrogen production
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Hydrolytic cleavage of DNA by quercetin manganese(II) complexes
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Hydrolytic cleavage of DNA by quercetin zinc(II) complex
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Hydrolytic damage study of the silane coupling region in coated silica microfibres: pH and coating type effects
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Hydrolytic decomposition of CF4 over alumina-based binary metal oxide catalysts: high catalytic activity of gallia-alumina catalyst
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Hydrolytic decomposition of PFCs over AlPO4–Al2O3 catalyst
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Hydrolytic degradation and drug release properties of ganciclovir-loaded biodegradable microspheres
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Hydrolytic degradation and protein release studies of thermogelling polyurethane copolymers consisting of poly[(R)-3-hydroxybutyrate], poly(ethylene glycol), and poly(propylene glycol)
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Hydrolytic degradation of alkaline lignin in hot-compressed water and ethanol
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Hydrolytic degradation of azimsulfuron, a sulfonylurea herbicide Original Research Article
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Hydrolytic degradation of devices based on poly(image-lactic acid) size-dependence
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Hydrolytic degradation of electron beam irradiated high molecular weight and non-irradiated moderate molecular weight PLLA
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Hydrolytic degradation of oligo(lactic acid): a kinetic and mechanistic study
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Hydrolytic degradation of poly(carbonate)-urethanes by monocyte-derived macrophages
300
Hydrolytic degradation of poly(d,l-lactide) as a function of end group: Carboxylic acid vs. hydroxyl
301
Hydrolytic degradation of poly[(R)-3-hydroxybutyric acid] in the melt
302
Hydrolytic degradation of polyamidines and its potential application in controlled release of active agents
303
Hydrolytic degradation of polyglyconate B: the relationship between degradation time, strength and molecular weight
304
Hydrolytic degradation of porous scaffolds for tissue engineering from terpolymer of l-lactide, ε-caprolactone and glycolide
305
Hydrolytic degradation of sulfonated polyimide membranes for fuel cells
306
Hydrolytic degradation of the resin–dentine interface induced by the simulated pulpal pressure, direct and indirect water ageing
307
Hydrolytic degradation of the resin–dentine interface induced by the simulated pulpal pressure, direct and indirect water ageing
308
Hydrolytic Degradation of Triacylglycerols and Changes in Fatty Acid Composition in Rice Bran During Storage
309
Hydrolytic degradation of tyrosine-derived polycarbonates, a class of new biomaterials. Part I: Study of model compounds
310
Hydrolytic degradation of tyrosine-derived polycarbonates, a class of new biomaterials. Part II: 3-yr study of polymeric devices
311
Hydrolytic degradation study of biodegradable polyesteramide copolymers based on -caprolactone and 11-aminoundecanoic acid
312
Hydrolytic dehydrogenation of ammonia borane and methylamine borane catalyzed by graphene supported Ru@Ni core–shell nanoparticles
313
Hydrolytic disproportionation of coordinated white phosphorus in [CpRu(dppe)(η1-P4)]PF6 [dppe = 1,2-bis(diphenylphosphino)ethane]
314
Hydrolytic dissociation of hog-hair by microwave radiation
315
Hydrolytic DNA cleavage promoted by a dinuclear iron(III) complex
316
Hydrolytic ectoenzyme activity associated with suspended and sinking organic particles within the anoxic Cariaco Basin
317
Hydrolytic enzyme activities as indicators of fungal spoilage in bakery products
318
Hydrolytic enzyme activities in agricultural and forest soils. Some implications for their use as indicators of soil quality
319
Hydrolytic enzyme activities in agricultural and forest soils. Some implications for their use as indicators of soil quality
320
Hydrolytic enzyme activities in maize (Zea mays) and sorghum (Sorghum bicolor) roots inoculated with Gluconacetobacter diazotrophicus and Glomus intraradices
321
Hydrolytic enzyme activities in maize (Zea mays) and sorghum (Sorghum bicolor) roots inoculated with Gluconacetobacter diazotrophicus and Glomus intraradices
322
Hydrolytic enzyme activities of extracted humic substances during the vermicomposting of a lignocellulosic olive waste
323
Hydrolytic enzymes in activated sludge: Extraction of protease and lipase by stirring and ultrasonication
324
Hydrolytic enzymes in activated sludge: Extraction of protease and lipase by stirring and ultrasonication
325
Hydrolytic hydrogenation of cellulose over Ni-WO3/SBA-15 catalysts
326
Hydrolytic hydrogenation of hemicellulose over metal modified mesoporous catalyst
327
Hydrolytic kinetic resolution of terminal epoxides catalyzed by fluorous chiral Co(salen) complexes
328
Hydrolytic kinetics of langmuir monolayers of enantiomeric poly(lactide)s
329
Hydrolytic kinetics of langmuir monolayers of enantiomeric poly(lactide)s
330
Hydrolytic Metal-Mediated Coupling of Dialkylcyanamides at a Pt(IV) Center Giving a New Family of Diimino Ligands
331
Hydrolytic nucleoside and nucleotide deamination, and genetic instability: a possible link between RNA-editing enzymes and cancer?
332
Hydrolytic potential of Trichoderma sp. strains evaluated by microplate-based screening followed by switchgrass saccharification
333
Hydrolytic processes and condensation reactions in the cellulose solvent system N,N-dimethylacetamide/lithium chloride. Part 2: degradation of cellulose
334
Hydrolytic reactions on polyphenolic perpropanoates by porcine pancreatic lipase immobilized in microemulsion-based gels
335
Hydrolytic resolution of (R,S)-3-hydroxy-3-phenylpropionates by esterase from Klebsiella oxytoca: Effects of leaving alcohol, covalent immobilization and aqueous pH
336
Hydrolytic resolution of (R,S)-ethyl mandelate in biphasic media via Klebsiella oxytoca hydrolase
337
Hydrolytic stability and crystallinity of cured urea–formaldehyde resin adhesives with different formaldehyde/urea mole ratios
338
Hydrolytic stability and physical properties of waterborne polyurethane based on hydrolytically stable polyol
339
Hydrolytic stability and tribological properties of N-containing heterocyclic borate esters as lubricant additives in rapeseed oil
340
Hydrolytic stability of amorphous titanium and zirconium phosphates
341
Hydrolytic stability of experimental hydroxyapatite-filled dental composite materials
342
Hydrolytic stability of methacrylamide in acidic aqueous solution
343
Hydrolytic stability of nano-particle polyurethane dispersions: Implications to their long-term use
344
Hydrolytic stability of nitrogenous-heteroaryltrifluoroborates under aqueous conditions at near neutral pH
345
Hydrolytic stability of oligoesters: comparison of steric with anchimeric effects
346
Hydrolytic stability of PC/GF composites with engineered interphase of varying elastic modulus
347
Hydrolytic stability of SnCl4 and GaCl3 in the formation of [cis-SnCl4(H2O)2] · 18-crown-6 · 2H2O and [[2,2,2]cryptand + 2H+][GaCl4]2
348
Hydrolytic stability of sulfonated poly(butylene terephthalate)
349
Hydrolytic synthesis of novel lanthanide(III) complexes with pyridine-2,6-dicarboxylic acid: Characterization of the structure and the physical properties
350
Hydrolytic weakening of olivine at mantle pressure: Evidence of [1 0 0](0 1 0) slip system softening from single-crystal deformation experiments
351
Hydrolytically stable arabinofuranoside analogs for the synthesis of arabinosyltransferase inhibitors
352
Hydrolytically Stable Polyimide Ionomer for Fuel Cell Applications
353
Hydrolytically stable Schiff base as highly sensitive aluminium sensor
354
Hydrolyzable and fermentable carbohydrates in North Italian pastures for horses
355
Hydrolyzable tannin analysis in food
356
Hydrolyzable tannins as “quantitative defenses”: Limited impact against Lymantria dispar caterpillars on hybrid poplar
357
Hydrolyzed Al(III)-clusters. II: Speciation transformation and stability of Al13 aggregates
358
Hydrolyzed feather meal as a source of amino acids for finisher pigs
359
Hydrolyzed molasses as an external carbon source in biological nitrogen removal
360
Hydrolyzed salep/gelatin-g-polyacrylamide as a novel micro/nano-porous superabsorbent hydrogel: Synthesis, optimization and investigation on swelling behavior
361
Hydrolyzed wheat gluten suppresses transglutaminase-mediated gelation but improves emulsification of pork myofibrillar protein
362
Hydrolyzed whey proteins as emulsifiers and stabilizers in high-pressure processed dressings
363
Hydromagmatic amphibole in komatiitic, tholeiitic and ferropicritic units, Abitibi greenstone belt, Ontario and Quebec: evidence for Archaean wet basic and ultrabasic melts
364
Hydromagmatic eruption during the buildup of a Triassic carbonate platform (Oman Exotics): Eruptive style and associated deformations
365
Hydromagnesite development in magnesian lime mortars
366
Hydromagnesite development in magnesian lime mortars
367
Hydromagnetic Blood Flow through a Uniform Channel with Permeable Walls Covered by Porous Media of Finite Thickness
368
Hydro-magnetic combined convection in a lid-driven cavity with sinusoidal boundary conditions on both sidewalls
369
Hydro-Magnetic Convection Heat Transfer in a Micropolar Fluid over a Vertical Plate
370
Hydromagnetic convection in a rotating annulus with an azimuthal magnetic field
371
Hydromagnetic convective diffusion of species in Darcy–Forchheimer porous medium with non-uniform heat source/sink and variable viscosity
372
Hydromagnetic Couette flow of class-II and heat transfer through a porous medium in a rotating system with Hall effects
373
Hydromagnetic double-diffusive convection in a rectangular enclosure with opposing temperature and concentration gradients
374
Hydromagnetic dynamos in rotating non-uniformly stratified spherical fluid shells in dependence on the Rayleigh number
375
Hydromagnetic edge waves and instability in reduction cells
376
Hydromagnetic effect on mixed convection in a lid-driven cavity with sinusoidal corrugated bottom surface
377
Hydromagnetic flow and heat transfer of a non-Newtonian power law fluid over a vertical stretching sheet
378
Hydromagnetic flow at an oscillating plate
379
Hydromagnetic flow of reiner-rivlin fluid between two coaxial circular cylinders with porous walls
380
Hydromagnetic Flow over an Inclined Non-Linear Stretching Sheet with Variable Viscosity in the Presence of Thermal Radiation and Chemical Reaction
381
Hydromagnetic free convection currents effects on boundary layer thickness
382
Hydromagnetic free convection of a radiating fluid
383
Hydromagnetic instability of a gravitating finite resistive fluid layer sandwiched in a different fluid
384
Hydromagnetic instability of two coaxial streaming cylinders with double perturbed interfaces
385
Hydromagnetic linear instability analysis of Giesekus fluids in plane Poiseuille flow
386
Hydro-magnetic mixed convection in a lid-driven cavity with partially thermally active walls
387
Hydromagnetic Mixed Convective Nanofluid Slip Flow past an Inclined Stretching Plate in the Presence of Internal Heat Absorption and Suction
388
Hydromagnetic Mixed Convective Nanofluid Slip Flow past an Inclined Stretching Plate in the Presence of Internal Heat Absorption and Suction
389
Hydromagnetic nanofluid flow due to a stretching or shrinking sheet with viscous dissipation and chemical reaction effects
390
Hydromagnetic natural cooling of a triangular heat source in a triangular cavity with water–CuO nanofluid
391
Hydromagnetic non-Darcy flow and heat transfer over a stretching sheet in the presence of thermal radiation and Ohmic dissipation
392
Hydromagnetic parametric resonance instability of two superposed conducting fluids in porous medium
393
Hydromagnetic quasi-geostrophic modes in rapidly rotating planetary cores
394
Hydromagnetic Stability of Current-Induced Flow in a Small Gap Between Concentric Cylinders
395
Hydromagnetic Stability of Current-Induced Flow in a Small Gap Between Concentric Cylinders
396
Hydromagnetic stability of differentially rotating neutron stars
397
Hydromagnetic stability of plane Couette flow of an upper convected Maxwell fluid
398
Hydromagnetic stability of plane Poiseuille and Couette flow of viscoelastic fluid
399
Hydromagnetic stability of streaming hollow jet with double perturbed interfaces
400
Hydromagnetic stagnation point flow by a perturbation technique
401
Hydro-mechanical analysis of GMZ bentonite–sand mixtures in the water infiltration process as the buffer/backfill mixture in an engineered nuclear barrier
402
Hydro-mechanical behavior of a newly developed sulfur polymer concrete
403
Hydro-mechanical behavior of Municipal Solid Waste subject to leachate recirculation in a large-scale compression reactor cell
404
Hydromechanical behaviour of a compacted swelling soil over a wide suction range
405
Hydromechanical behaviour of an expansive bentonite/silt mixture in cyclic suction-controlled drying and wetting tests
406
Hydro-mechanical behaviour of bentonite pellet mixtures
407
Hydromechanical behaviour of fine-grained calcilutite and fault gouge from the Aigion Fault Zone, Greece
408
Hydromechanical Behaviour of Fontainebleau Sandstone
409
Hydro-mechanical characterization of Barmer 1 bentonite from Rajasthan, India
410
Hydro-mechanical characterization of lime-treated and untreated marls used in a motorway embankment
411
Hydro-mechanical constitutive model for unsaturated compacted bentonite–sand mixture (BSM): Laboratory tests, parameter calibrations, modifications, and applications
412
Hydromechanical deep drawing of cups with stepped geometries
413
Hydromechanical deep drawing of superalloy cups
414
Hydromechanical Deep-Drawing of Aluminium-Alloys at Elevated Temperatures
415
Hydromechanical investigation on 3 PWR upper plenum core structures Original Research Article
416
Hydro-mechanical model for wetting/drying and fracture development in geomaterials
417
Hydromechanical modeling of a large moving rock slope inferred from slope levelling coupled to spring long-term hydrochemical monitoring: example of the La Clapière landslide (Southern Alps, France)
418
Hydro-mechanical properties of fresh cement pastes containing polycarboxylate superplasticizer
419
Hydro-mechanical properties of the Red Salt Clay (T4) – Relevancy of the minimum stress criterion for barrier integrity
420
Hydro-mechanical response of a bentonite pellets/powder mixture upon infiltration
421
Hydromechanical study of rock–mortar interfaces
422
Hydro-mechanical, geochemical and mineralogical characteristics of the bentonite buffer in a heater experiment: The HE-B project at the Mont Terri Rock Laboratory
423
Hydromechanics in dentine: Role of dentinal tubules and hydrostatic pressure on mechanical stress–strain distribution
424
Hydrometallurgical criteria for TiO2 leaching from Rosetta ilmenite by hydrochloric acid
425
Hydrometallurgical decomposition of pyrite and marcasite in a microwave field
426
Hydrometallurgical extraction of zinc from Jordanian electric arc furnace dust
427
Hydrometallurgical extraction of zinc from zinc ferrites
428
Hydrometallurgical process development for the production of a zinc sulphate liquor suitable for electrowinning
429
Hydrometallurgical process for recovery of cobalt from waste cathodic active material generated during manufacturing of lithium ion batteries
430
Hydrometallurgical process for recovery of cobalt from zinc plant residue
431
Hydrometallurgical process for the separation and recovery of nickel from sulphate heap leach liquor of nickeliferrous laterite ores
432
Hydrometallurgical processing and recovery of molybdenum trioxide from spent catalyst
433
Hydrometallurgical processing of a Nigerian sphalerite in hydrochloric acid: Characterization and dissolution kinetics
434
Hydrometallurgical processing of nontronite type lateritic nickel ores by MHP process
435
Hydrometallurgical processing of Platreef flotation concentrate
436
Hydrometallurgical recovery of cadmium and nickel from spent Ni–Cd batteries
437
Hydrometallurgical recovery of copper and cobalt from reduction-roasted copper converter slag
438
Hydrometallurgical recovery of copper from complex mixtures of end-of-life shredded ICT products
439
Hydrometallurgical recovery of metal values from brass melting slag
440
Hydrometallurgical recovery of metal values from brass melting slag
441
Hydrometallurgical recovery of silver from waste silver oxide button cells
442
Hydrometallurgical recovery of zinc from ashes of automobile tire wastes
443
Hydrometallurgical recovery of zinc from hot dip galvanizing ash
444
Hydrometallurgical recovery process for nickel-cadmium spent batteries
445
Hydrometallurgical recovery/recycling of platinum by the leaching of spent catalysts: A review
446
Hydrometallurgical treatment of tailings with high zinc content
447
Hydrometallurgy
448
Hydrometallurgy
449
Hydrometallurgy
450
Hydrometallurgy in China
451
Hydrometallurgy in rare metal production technology in Kazakhstan
452
HYDROMETALLURGY OF STRATEGIC METALS
453
Hydrometallurgy: S. Venkatachalam Narosa Publishing House, New Delhi, 1998. 318 pps. Price £27.50. ISBN 81-7319-116-6
454
Hydrometeor structure of a composite monsoon depression using the TRMM radar
455
Hydrometeorological and landuse attributes of debris flows and debris floods during typhoon Toraji, July 29–30, 2001 in central Taiwan
456
Hydrometeorological and vegetation indices for the drought monitoring system in Tuscany Region, Italy
457
Hydro-meteorological controls on the CO2 exchange variation in an Irish blanket bog
458
Hydrometeorological controls on water level in a vegetated Chesapeake Bay tidal freshwater delta
459
Hydrometeorological determinants of green roof performance via a vertically-resolved model for heat and water transport
460
Hydro-methane and methanol combined production from hydroelectricity and biomass: Thermo-economic analysis in Paraguay
461
Hydromethane: A bridge towards the hydrogen economy or an unsustainable promise?
462
Hydro-Methanolic Extract of Cornus Mas L. and Blood Glucose, Lipid Profile and Hematological Parameters of Male Rats
463
HYDROMETRA IN A SHEEP AFTER OESTRUS SYNCHRONIZATION AND INSEMINATION IN THE ANOESTRAL SEASON
464
Hydrometric network evaluation for Canadian watersheds
465
Hydrometrocolpos—Diagnostic and Therapeutic Dilemmas
466
Hydrometry Principles and Practices: R.W. Herschy (Ed.); Second edition; John Wiley and Sons, New York, 376 pages
467
Hydromorphic and clay-related processes in soils from the Llanos de Moxos (northern Bolivia)
468
Hydromorphological analysis and water balance modelling of ombro- and mesotrophic peatlands
469
Hydromorphological mechanisms leading to hypoxia off the Changjiang estuary
470
Hydronephrosis as a prognostic factor in pelvic recurrence from rectal and colon carcinomas
471
Hydronephrosis associated with colorectal carcinoma: treatment and outcome
472
Hydronephrosis associated with retroperitoneal fibrosis and sclerosing pancreatitis
473
Hydronephrosis during pregnancy
474
Hydronephrosis Secondary to Sliding Inguinal Hernia Containing the Ureter
475
Hydronic radiant cooling — preliminary assessment
476
Hydronium dynamics in the perchloric acid clathrate hydrate
477
HYDRO-ORGANIC AND MICELLAR-ORGANIC REVERSED-PHASE LIQUID CHROMATOGRAPHIC PROCEDURES FOR THE EVALUATION OF SULPHONAMIDES IN PHARMACEUTICALS
478
Hydropathic interaction analyses of small organic activators binding to antithrombin Original Research Article
479
Hydropedological investigations with ground-penetrating radar (GPR): Estimating water-table depths and local ground-water flow pattern in areas of coarse-textured soils
480
Hydropedological processes and their implications for nitrogen availability to corn
481
Hydropedology and pedotransfer functions
482
Hydropedology as a powerful tool for environmental policy research
483
Hydropedology of a coarse-loamy catena in the lower Coastal Plain, NC
484
Hydropedology, biohydrology, and the compartmentalization of hydrology into sub-disciplines: Necessary evolution or dispersal of efforts?
485
Hydropedology: Fundamental issues and practical applications
486
Hydropedology: Synergistic integration of pedology and hydrology
487
Hydropedology: Towards new insights into interactive pedologic and hydrologic processes across scales
488
Hydro-pedotransfer functions (HPTFs) for predicting annual percolation rate on a regional scale
489
Hydroperoxidase Activity of Lipoxygenase in the Presence of Cyclodextrins
490
Hydroperoxidation of alkanes with hydrogen peroxide catalyzed by aluminium nitrate in acetonitrile
491
Hydroperoxidation of methane and other alkanes with H2O2 catalyzed by a dinuclear iron complex and an amino acid
492
Hydroperoxidative Oxidation of Diethylstilbestrol by Lipoxygenase
493
Hydroperoxide determination by a catalase OPEE: application to the study of extra virgin olive oil rancidification process
494
Hydroperoxide Epoxidation of Ethylallyl Ethylacrylate in the Presence of Mo2B
495
Hydroperoxide formation in different lean meats
496
Hydroperoxide formation in rapeseed oil encapsulated in a glassy food model as influenced by hydrophilic and lipophilic radicals
497
Hydroperoxide-Induced Diacylglycerol Formation and Protein Kinase C Activation in Vascular Endothelial Cells
498
Hydroperoxides and aryl diazonium salts as reagents for the functionalization of non-activated olefins
499
Hydroperoxides in dew water in downtown Santiago, Chile. A comparison with gas-phase values
500
Hydroperoxides with zero, one, two or more carbonyl groups formed during the oxidation of n-dodecane
501
Hydroperoxoferric heme intermediate as a second electrophilic oxidant in cytochrome P450 -catalyzed reactions
502
Hydroperoxy radical as hydrogen bond donor: NH3–HOO complex – ab initio and topological study
503
Hydroperoxyl, superoxide and pH gradients in the mitochondrial matrix: a theoretical assessment
504
Hydrophile–lipophile balance (HLB) of n-alkane phosphonic acids and theirs salts
505
Hydrophile–lipophile balance and solubility parameter of cationic surfactants
506
Hydrophilic [60]fullerene carboxylic acid derivatives retaining the original 60π electronic system
507
Hydrophilic acrylic hydrogels with built-in or pendant cyclodextrins for delivery of anti-glaucoma drugs
508
Hydrophilic Acrylic Intraocular Lens Opacification after Descemet Stripping Automated Endothelial Keratoplasty
509
Hydrophilic alginate based multidentate biopolymers for surface modification of CdS quantum dots
510
Hydrophilic amylose-based graft copolymers for controlled protein release
511
Hydrophilic amylose-based graft copolymers for controlled protein release
512
Hydrophilic anchors for transmembrane anion–π slides
513
Hydrophilic and antibacterial properties of polyvinyl alcohol/4-vinylpyridine graft polymer modified polypropylene non-woven fabric membranes
514
Hydrophilic and anti-fouling polyethersulfone ultrafiltration membranes with poly(2-hydroxyethyl methacrylate) grafted silica nanoparticles as additive
515
Hydrophilic and hydrophobic interactions in cross-linked chitosan membranes
516
Hydrophilic and hydrophobic nano-sized Mn3O4 particles
517
Hydrophilic and lipophilic antioxidant capacity of commonly consumed South African fruits, vegetables, grains, legumes, fats/oils and beverages
518
Hydrophilic and lipophilic antioxidant capacity of commonly consumed South African fruits, vegetables, grains, legumes, fats/oils and beverages
519
Hydrophilic and photocatalytic performances of lanthanum doped titanium dioxide thin films
520
Hydrophilic antioxidant capacities of vegetables and fruits commonly consumed in Japan and estimated average daily intake of hydrophilic antioxidants from these foods
521
Hydrophilic antioxidant capacities of vegetables and fruits commonly consumed in Japan and estimated average daily intake of hydrophilic antioxidants from these foods
522
Hydrophilic antioxidant compounds in orange juice from different fruit cultivars: Composition and antioxidant activity evaluated by chemical and cellular based (Saccharomyces cerevisiae) assays
523
Hydrophilic antioxidant compounds in orange juice from different fruit cultivars: Composition and antioxidant activity evaluated by chemical and cellular based (Saccharomyces cerevisiae) assays
524
Hydrophilic behaviour of gold-poly (o-phenylenediamine) hybrid nanocomposite
525
Hydrophilic bile salt ursodeoxycholic acid protects myocardium against reperfusion injury in a PI3K/Akt dependent pathway
526
Hydrophilic bile salts enhance differential distribution of sphingomyelin and phosphatidylcholine between micellar and vesicular phases: potential implications for their effects in vivo
527
Hydrophilic biopolymer grafted on poly(dimethylsiloxane) surface for microchip electrophoresis Original Research Article
528
Hydrophilic CaCO3 nanoparticles designed for poly (ethylene terephthalate)
529
Hydrophilic carbon onions synthesized by millisecond pulsed laser irradiation Original Research Article
530
Hydrophilic chitosan-modified polybenzoimidazole membranes for pervaporation dehydration of isopropanol aqueous solutions
531
Hydrophilic cholesterol-binding molecular imprinted polymers
532
Hydrophilic components in twoAdesmia species
533
Hydrophilic gold nanoparticles stabilized with tris(2-aminoethyl)amine: Preparation and characterization
534
Hydrophilic hollow fiber membranes for water desalination by the pervaporation method
535
Hydrophilic hybrid IPNs of segmented polyurethanes and copolymers of vinylpyrrolidone for applications in medicine
536
Hydrophilic hypercrosslinked polymeric sorbents for the solid-phase extraction of polar contaminants from water
537
Hydrophilic immobilized trypsin reactor with magnetic graphene oxide as support for high efficient proteome digestion
538
Hydrophilic interaction 10 μm I.D. porous layer open tubular columns for ultratrace glycan analysis by liquid chromatography–mass spectrometry
539
Hydrophilic interaction chromatographic analysis of anthocyanins
540
Hydrophilic interaction chromatographic determination of adenosine triphosphate and its metabolites
541
Hydrophilic interaction chromatography combined with tandem-mass spectrometry to determine six aminoglycosides in serum
542
Hydrophilic interaction chromatography coupled to electrospray mass spectrometry for the separation of peptides and protein digests
543
Hydrophilic interaction chromatography coupled to nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy and mass spectroscopy—A new approach for the separation and identification of extremely polar analytes in bodyfluids
544
Hydrophilic interaction chromatography for selective separation of isomeric saponins
545
Hydrophilic interaction chromatography of intact, soluble proteins
546
Hydrophilic interaction chromatography of nucleoside triphosphates with temperature as a separation parameter
547
Hydrophilic interaction chromatography of nucleotides and their pathway intermediates on titania
548
Hydrophilic interaction chromatography of seized drugs and related compounds with sub 2 μm particle columns
549
Hydrophilic interaction chromatography using amino and silica columns for the determination of polar pharmaceuticals and impurities
550
Hydrophilic interaction chromatography using amino and silica columns for the determination of polar pharmaceuticals and impurities
551
Hydrophilic interaction chromatography versus reversed phase liquid chromatography coupled to mass spectrometry: Effect of electrospray ionization source geometry on sensitivity
552
Hydrophilic interaction chromatography/tandem mass spectrometry for the determination of melamine in royal jelly and royal jelly lyophilized powder
553
Hydrophilic interaction liquid chromatographic analysis of aminohydroxyphenylalanines from melanin pigments
554
Hydrophilic interaction liquid chromatography – charged aerosol detection as a straightforward solution for simultaneous analysis of ascorbic acid and dehydroascorbic acid
555
Hydrophilic interaction liquid chromatography and accurate mass measurement for quantification and confirmation of morphine, codeine and their glucuronide conjugates in human urine
556
Hydrophilic interaction liquid chromatography as second dimension in multidimensional chromatography with an anionic trapping strategy: Application to prostate-specific antigen quantification
557
Hydrophilic interaction liquid chromatography columns classification by effect of solvation and chemometric methods
558
Hydrophilic Interaction Liquid Chromatography Coupled to Electrospray Mass Spectrometry of Small Polar Compounds in Food Analysis
559
Hydrophilic interaction liquid chromatography coupled to mass spectrometry for the characterization of prebiotic galactooligosaccharides
560
Hydrophilic interaction liquid chromatography for separation and quantification of selected room-temperature ionic liquids
561
Hydrophilic interaction liquid chromatography in food analysis
562
Hydrophilic interaction liquid chromatography in the separation of a moderately lipophilic drug from its highly polar metabolites—the cardioprotectant dexrazoxane as a model case
563
Hydrophilic interaction liquid chromatography of anthranilic acid-labelled oligosaccharides with a 4-aminobenzoic acid ethyl ester-labelled dextran hydrolysate internal standard
564
Hydrophilic interaction liquid chromatography with alcohol as a weak eluent
565
Hydrophilic interaction liquid chromatography with tandem mass spectrometric detection applied for analysis of pteridines in two Graphosoma species (Insecta: Heteroptera)
566
Hydrophilic interaction liquid chromatography/positive ion electrospray ionization mass spectrometry method for the quantification of alprazolam and α-hydroxy-alprazolam in human plasma
567
Hydrophilic interaction liquid chromatography/positive ion electrospray mass spectrometry for the quantification of deferasirox, an oral iron chelator, in human plasma
568
Hydrophilic interaction liquid chromatography–mass spectrometry for the analysis of paralytic shellfish poisoning (PSP) toxins
569
Hydrophilic interaction liquid chromatography-solid phase extraction directly combined with protein precipitation for the determination of triptorelin in plasma
570
Hydrophilic interaction liquid chromatography–tandem mass spectrometry for the determination of adefovir in human plasma and its application to a pharmacokinetic study
571
Hydrophilic interaction liquid chromatography–tandem mass spectrometry for the determination of levosulpiride in human plasma
572
Hydrophilic interaction ultra-high performance liquid chromatography coupled with triple quadrupole mass spectrometry for determination of nucleotides, nucleosides and nucleobases in Ziziphus plants
573
Hydrophilic interaction ultra-performance liquid chromatography coupled with triple-quadrupole tandem mass spectrometry (HILIC-UPLC–TQ-MS/MS) in multiple-reaction monitoring (MRM) for the determination of nucleobases and nucleosides in ginkgo seeds
574
Hydrophilic interaction vs ion pair liquid chromatography for the determination of streptomycin and dihydrostreptomycin residues in milk based on mass spectrometric detection
575
Hydrophilic interaction/weak cation-exchange mixed-mode chromatography for chitooligosaccharides separation Original Research Article
576
Hydrophilic lecithins protect milk proteins against heat-induced aggregation
577
Hydrophilic ligands derived from glucose: Synthesis, characterization and in vitro cytotoxic activity on cancer cells of Pt(II) complexes
578
Hydrophilic methacrylate monoliths as platforms for protein microarray
579
Hydrophilic modification gigaporous resins with poly(ethylenimine) for high-throughput proteins ion-exchange chromatography
580
Hydrophilic modification of Al2O3 microfiltration membrane with nano-sized γ-Al2O3 coating Original Research Article
581
Hydrophilic modification of expanded polytetrafluoroethylene (ePTFE) by atmospheric pressure glow discharge (APG) treatment
582
Hydrophilic modification of microporous polysulfone membrane via surface-initiated atom transfer radical polymerization of acrylamide
583
Hydrophilic modification of poly (vinylidene fluoride) microporous membrane
584
Hydrophilic modification of poly(ether sulfone) ultrafiltration membrane surface by self-assembly of TiO2 nanoparticles
585
Hydrophilic modification of poly(ether sulfone) used TiO2 nanoparticles by a sol–gel process
586
Hydrophilic modification of poly(phthalazine ether sulfone ketone) ultrafiltration membranes by the surface immobilization of poly(ethylene glycol) acrylates Original Research Article
587
Hydrophilic modification of polyacrylonitrile membranes by oxyfluorination
588
Hydrophilic modification of polyester fabric by applying nanocrystalline cellulose containing surface finish
589
Hydrophilic modification of polyethersulfone membranes by low temperature plasma-induced graft polymerization
590
Hydrophilic modification of polyethersulfone porous membranes via a thermal-induced surface crosslinking approach
591
Hydrophilic modification of polymeric membranes by low temperature H2O plasma treatment
592
Hydrophilic modification of polypropylene microfiltration membranes by ozone-induced graft polymerization
593
Hydrophilic modification of polypropylene microporous membranes by grafting TiO2 nanoparticles with acrylic acid groups on the surface
594
Hydrophilic modification of PVDF microfiltration membranes by adsorption of facial amphiphile cholic acid
595
Hydrophilic modification of silica–titania mesoporous materials as restricted-access matrix adsorbents for enrichment of phosphopeptides
596
Hydrophilic modification of silicone elastomer films: Thermal, mechanical and theophylline permeability properties
597
Hydrophilic molecular rotor derivatives—synthesis and characterization
598
Hydrophilic molecular sieve surface layer formation in hydrophobic poly(1-trimethylsilyl-1-propyne) membranes
599
Hydrophilic monolith based immobilized enzyme reactors in capillary and on microchip for high-throughput proteomic analysis
600
Hydrophilic monolith with ethylene glycol-based grafts prepared via surface confined thiol-ene click photoaddition
601
Hydrophilic nature of silicate glass surfaces as a function of exposure condition
602
Hydrophilic non-wovens made of cross-linked fully-hydrolyzed poly(vinyl alcohol) electrospun nanofibers
603
Hydrophilic nylon 6,6 nanofibers supported thin film composite membranes for engineered osmosis
604
Hydrophilic organic/salt-containing aqueous two-phase solvent system for counter-current chromatography: A novel technique for separation of polar compounds
605
Hydrophilic PEEK-WC hollow fibre membrane contactors for chromium (Vi) removal Original Research Article
606
Hydrophilic photolabelling of glycopeptides from the murine liver–intestine (LI) cadherin recognition domain Original Research Article
607
Hydrophilic poly (ethylene glycol) coating on PDLLA/BCP bone scaffold for drug delivery and cell culture
608
Hydrophilic poly(ethylene oxide)–aramide segmented block copolymers
609
Hydrophilic polyaniline nanofibrous architecture using electrosynthesis method for supercapacitor application
610
Hydrophilic polymer solubilization on norfloxacin solubility in preparation of solid dispersion
611
Hydrophilic polymer supports grafted by poly(ethylene glycol) derivatives via atom transfer radical polymerization
612
Hydrophilic polysulfone film prepared from polyethylene glycol monomethylether via coupling graft
613
Hydrophilic Polyurethane Coated Silver/Silver Chloride Electrode for the Determination of Chloride in Blood
614
Hydrophilic Polyurethane Coated Silver/Silver Chloride Electrode for the Determination of Chloride in Blood
615
Hydrophilic porous asymmetric ultrafiltration membranes of aramid-g-PEO copolymers
616
Hydrophilic porous poly(sulfone) membranes modified by UV-initiated polymerization for vanadium flow battery application
617
Hydrophilic porous polymers based on high internal phase emulsions solely stabilized by poly(urethane urea) nanoparticles
618
Hydrophilic properties of hydro-oxygenated TiOx films prepared by plasma enhanced chemical vapor deposition
619
Hydrophilic property of 316L stainless steel after treatment by atmospheric pressure corona streamer plasma using surface-sensitive analyses
620
Hydrophilic pyrazine-based phosphane ligands: synthesis and application in asymmetric hydride transfer and H2-hydrogenation of acetophenone
621
Hydrophilic silica additives for disulfonated poly(arylene ether sulfone) random copolymer membranes
622
Hydrophilic sponges based on poly(hydroxyethyl acrylate)
623
Hydrophilic surface formation on materials and its applications
624
Hydrophilic surface formation on polymers and its applications
625
Hydrophilic surface modification of poly(vinyl chloride) film and tubing using physisorbed free radical grafting technique
626
Hydrophilic surface-grafted poly(tetrafluoroethylene) membranes using in pervaporation dehydration processes
627
Hydrophilic treatment and performance evaluation of copper finned tube evaporators
628
Hydrophilic Zeolite Coatings for Improved Heat Transfer
629
Hydrophilic, semipermeable membranes fabricated with poly(ethylene oxide)–polysulfone block copolymer
630
Hydrophilic/hydrophobic conversion of Ni-doped TiO2 thin films on glass substrates
631
Hydrophilically enhanced 3-carboranyl thymidine analogues (3CTAs) for boron neutron capture therapy (BNCT) of cancer Original Research Article
632
Hydrophilically functionalized pyrazoles from sugars
633
Hydrophilic-Hydrophobic Balance of Bis(octylethylenediamine) Zn(II), Cd(II), and Pd(II) Chlorides in Methanoi/Water and Chloroform/Water Systems
634
Hydrophilic–hydrophobic copolymer nano-sized particle gels: Swelling behavior and dependence on crosslinker chain length
635
Hydrophilic–hydrophobic hydrogels for cartilage replacement
636
Hydrophilic–hydrophobic interplay: from model systems to living systems
637
Hydrophilic–hydrophobic multiblock copolymers based on poly(arylene ether sulfone) via low-temperature coupling reactions for proton exchange membrane fuel cells
638
Hydrophilic–hydrophobic multiblock copolymers based on poly(arylene ether sulfone)s as novel proton exchange membranes – Part B
639
Hydrophilicity and antibacterial properties of Ag / TiO2 nanoparticle
640
Hydrophilicity and photocatalysis of Ti1−xVxO2 films prepared by sol–gel method
641
Hydrophilicity modification of poly(methyl methacrylate) by excimer laser ablation and irradiation
642
Hydrophilicity of composite latex particles prepared with a particular seeded emulsion polymerization techniques
643
Hydrophilicity of dentin bonding systems influences in vitro Streptococcus mutans biofilm formation
644
Hydrophilicity of elastomeric non-aqueous impression materials during setting
645
Hydrophilicity of Ferroplasma acidiphilum and its effect on the depression of pyrite
646
Hydrophilicity of Silica Nano-Porous Thin Film “ Calcination Temperature Effects ”
647
Hydrophilicity of TiO2 thin films obtained by RF magnetron sputtering deposition
648
Hydrophilicity of TiO2 thin films obtained by RF magnetron sputtering deposition
649
Hydrophilicity of titanium oxide coatings with the addition of silica
650
Hydrophilicity, photocatalytic activity and stability of tetraethyl orthosilicate modified TiO2 film on glazed ceramic surface
651
Hydrophilic–lipophilic balanced magnetic nanoparticles: Preparation and application in magnetic solid-phase extraction of organochlorine pesticides and triazine herbicides in environmental water samples
652
Hydrophilisation of polysulphone ultrafiltration membranes by incorporation of branched PEO-block-PSU copolymers
653
Hydrophilization and hydrophobic recovery of PDMS by oxygen plasma and chemical treatment—An SEM investigation
654
Hydrophilization and hydrophobic recovery of PDMS by oxygen plasma and chemical treatment—An SEM investigation
655
Hydrophilization of immobilized model enzymes suggests a widely applicable method for enhancing protein stability in polar organic co-solvents
656
Hydrophilization of liquid surfaces by plasma treatment
657
Hydrophilization of polypropylene nonwoven fabric using surface barrier discharge
658
Hydrophilization of porous polypropylene membranes by atomic layer deposition of TiO2 for simultaneously improved permeability and selectivity
659
Hydrophilization of silicone–urea copolymer surfaces by UV/ozone: Influence of PDMS molecular weight on surface oxidation and hydrophobic recovery
660
Hydrophobation and self-assembly of core-shell Au@SiO2 nanoparticles
661
Hydrophobia phobia as social history
662
Hydrophobic acrylic hard coating by surface segregation of hyper-branched polymers
663
Hydrophobic aerogels for oil-spill clean up – synthesis and characterization
664
Hydrophobic Affinity Chromatography of Human Thrombin
665
Hydrophobic agglomeration of colloidal kaolinite in aqueous suspensions with dodecylamine
666
Hydrophobic aggregation in aqueous solutions of hydrophobically modified polyacrylamide in the vicinity of overlap concentration
667
Hydrophobic aggregation of alumina in surfactant solution
668
Hydrophobic Amino Acid and Single-Atom Substitutions Increase DNA Polymerase Selectivity Original Research Article
669
Hydrophobic amino acids at the cytoplasmic ends of helices 3 and 6 of rhodopsin conjointly modulate transducin activation
670
Hydrophobic and cation exchange mechanisms in the retention of basic compounds in a polymeric column
671
Hydrophobic and electronic factors in the design of dialkylglycine decarboxylase mimics Original Research Article
672
Hydrophobic and electrostatic forces control the retention of membrane peptides and proteins with an immobilised phosphatidic acid column
673
Hydrophobic and ice-retarding properties of doped silicone rubber coatings
674
Hydrophobic and metal coordination interacted architecture based on p-tert-butylthiacalix[4]arene–potassium complex and its vapor absorption capability
675
Hydrophobic and oleophobic surface modification using fluorinated bis-urea and bis-amide gelators
676
Hydrophobic and oleophobic surface modification using gelling agents derived from amino acids
677
Hydrophobic and physical properties of the ambient pressure dried silica aerogels with sodium silicate precursor using various surface modification agents
678
Hydrophobic and textured ZnO films deposited by chemical bath deposition: annealing effect
679
Hydrophobic and thermal insulation properties of silica aerogel/epoxy composite
680
Hydrophobic attraction forces in asymmetric aqueous films between hydrophobized mica/bare mica surfaces
681
Hydrophobic attraction may contribute to aqueous flocculation of clays
682
Hydrophobic bacteria at the hexadecane–water interface: Examination of micrometre-scale interfacial properties
683
Hydrophobic barrier: Molecular self-assembly of amphiphilic polyacetylenes within aluminosilicate nanoplatelets
684
Hydrophobic behavior, ROS production, and heme degradation of hemoglobin upon interaction with n-alkyl sulfates
685
Hydrophobic benzoic acids as inhibitors of influenza neuraminidase Original Research Article
686
Hydrophobic Binding of Pertussis Toxin Is Enhanced by Oligosaccharide Receptors
687
Hydrophobic but not hydrophilic statins enhance phagocytosis and decrease apoptosis of human peripheral blood cells in vitro
688
Hydrophobic character of surface regions and total hydrophobicity of four variants of chromosomal class C β-lactamase from Pseudomonas aeruginosa are identical.: Chromatographic comparison of the hydrophobic character of the variants and the effect of foc
689
Hydrophobic chitosan sponges modified by aluminum monostearate and dehydrothermal treatment as sustained drug delivery system
690
Hydrophobic coagulation and aggregation of hematite particles with sodium dodecylsulfate
691
Hydrophobic coating of mica by stearic acid vapor deposition
692
Hydrophobic coating on glass surfaces via application of silicone oil and activated using a microwave atmospheric plasma jet
693
Hydrophobic coatings on carbon electrodes for proton exchange membrane fuel cells
694
Hydrophobic coefficients of s-triazine and phenylurea herbicides
695
Hydrophobic collapse overrides Coulombic repulsion in ferricytochrome c fibrillation under extremely alkaline condition
696
Hydrophobic compounds in sands in New Zealand—extraction, characterisation and proposed mechanisms for repellency expression
697
Hydrophobic condensation and modular assembly model of protein folding
698
Hydrophobic conducting polymer films from post deposition thiol exposure
699
Hydrophobic contribution to amoxicillin release associated with organofunctionalized mesoporous SBA-16 carriers
700
Hydrophobic Cooperativity as a Mechanism for Amyloid Nucleation
701
Hydrophobic Core Malleability of a De Novo Designed Three-helix Bundle Protein
702
Hydrophobic corn starch thermoplastic films produced by plasma treatment
703
Hydrophobic corn starch thermoplastic films produced by plasma treatment
704
Hydrophobic derivatives of 2-amino-2-deoxy-d-glucitol-6-phosphate: A new type of d-Glucosamine-6-phosphate synthase inhibitors with antifungal action Original Research Article
705
Hydrophobic derivatives of guar gum hydrolyzate and gum Arabic as matrices for microencapsulation of mint oil
706
Hydrophobic effect of surface patterning on Si surface
707
Hydrophobic Effect on the Stability and Folding of a Hyperthermophilic Protein
708
Hydrophobic effects in a simple Diels–Alder reaction in water
709
Hydrophobic effects in duplexes with modified oligonucleotide backbones and RNA
710
Hydrophobic films from maize bran hemicelluloses
711
Hydrophobic flocculation and Box–Wilson experimental design for beneficiating fine coal
712
Hydrophobic flocculation of sphalerite fines in aqueous suspensions induced by ethyl and amyl xanthates
713
Hydrophobic force, a Casimir-like effect due to hydrogen-bond fluctuations
714
Hydrophobic forces between protein molecules in aqueous solutions of concentrated electrolyte Original Research Article
715
Hydrophobic forces in thin aqueous films and their role in film thinning
716
Hydrophobic forms of morphine-6-glucosides
717
Hydrophobic hydration
718
Hydrophobic hydration displayed by the molal shift in the isentropic compressibility
719
Hydrophobic hydration in aqueous acetic acid and formic acid solutions probed by high pressure
720
Hydrophobic hydration mediated universal self-association of colloidal nanoclay particles
721
Hydrophobic hydration of C60 and carbon nanotubes in water Original Research Article
722
Hydrophobic hydration processes: General thermodynamic model by thermal equivalent dilution determinations Original Research Article
723
Hydrophobic hydration processes: Thermal and chemical denaturation of proteins Original Research Article
724
Hydrophobic hydration, hydrophobic forces and protein folding
725
Hydrophobic hydrophilic phenomena in biochemical processes Original Research Article
726
Hydrophobic immobilization of a bile salt activated lipase from Chinook salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha)
727
Hydrophobic inorganic–organic thin films with a low coefficient of friction
728
Hydrophobic interaction adsorption of hen egg white proteins albumin, conalbumin, and lysozyme
729
Hydrophobic interaction adsorption of whey proteins: Effect of temperature and salt concentration and thermodynamic analysis
730
Hydrophobic interaction and solvatochromic shift of benzene in water
731
Hydrophobic interaction between macroscopic and microscopic surfaces. Unification using surface thermodynamics
732
Hydrophobic interaction between macroscopic and microscopic surfaces. Unification using surface thermodynamics
733
Hydrophobic Interaction between the SH2 Domain and the Kinase Domain Is Required for the Activation of Csk
734
Hydrophobic interaction chromatographic separation of proteins in human blood fractions hyphenated to atomic spectrometry as detector of essential elements
735
Hydrophobic interaction chromatography at low salt concentration for the capture of monoclonal antibodies
736
Hydrophobic interaction chromatography correctly refolding proteins assisted by glycerol and urea gradients
737
Hydrophobic interaction chromatography coupled with atomic fluorescence spectrometric detection: Effect of the denaturation on the determination of thiolic proteins
738
Hydrophobic interaction chromatography for purification of monoPEGylated RNase A
739
Hydrophobic interaction chromatography of homo-oligonucleotides on derivatized Sepharose CL-6B: Application of the solvophobic theory
740
Hydrophobic interaction chromatography of homo-oligonucleotides on derivatized Sepharose CL-6B: Using and relating two different models for describing the effect of salt and temperature on retention
741
Hydrophobic interaction chromatography of human serum α1-antitrypsin and α1-acid glycoprotein
742
Hydrophobic interaction chromatography of proteins IV: Kinetics of protein spreading
743
Hydrophobic interaction chromatography of proteins. IV. Protein adsorption capacity and transport in preparative mode
744
Hydrophobic interaction chromatography of proteins: I. Comparison of selectivity
745
Hydrophobic interaction chromatography of proteins: I. The effects of protein and adsorbent properties on retention and recovery
746
Hydrophobic interaction chromatography of proteins: II. Binding capacity, recovery and mass transfer properties
747
Hydrophobic interaction chromatography of proteins: II. Solution thermodynamic properties as a determinant of retention
748
Hydrophobic interaction chromatography of proteins: III. Transport and kinetic parameters in isocratic elution
749
Hydrophobic interaction chromatography of proteins: III. Unfolding of proteins upon adsorption
750
Hydrophobic interaction chromatography of proteins: Thermodynamic analysis of conformational changes
751
Hydrophobic interaction chromatography of proteins: V. Quantitative assessment of conformational changes
752
Hydrophobic interaction electrokinetic chromatography for the separation of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons using non-aqueous matrices
753
Hydrophobic interaction expanded bed adsorption chromatography (HI-EBAC) based facile purification of recombinant Streptokinase from E. coli inclusion bodies
754
Hydrophobic interaction ligand selection and scale-up of an expanded bed separation of an intracellular enzyme from Saccharomyces cerevisiae
755
Hydrophobic interaction of two large plates: An analysis of salting-in/salting-out effects
756
Hydrophobic Interactions at the Ccap Position of the C-capping Motif of α-Helices
757
Hydrophobic interactions in the radical polymerization of acrylamide derivatives
758
Hydrophobic interactions of phenoxazine modulators with bovine serum albumin
759
Hydrophobic Ion Pairing as a Method for Enhancing Structure and Activity of Lyophilized Subtilisin BPN′ Suspended in Isooctane
760
Hydrophobic ion pairing to enhance encapsulation of water-soluble additives into CO2-swollen polymer microparticles
761
Hydrophobic ionic liquids based on the 1-butyl-3-methylimidazolium cation for lithium/seawater batteries
762
Hydrophobic lime based mortars with linseed oil: Characterization and durability assessment
763
Hydrophobic magnesium hydroxide nanoparticles via oleic acid and poly(methyl methacrylate)-grafting surface modification
764
Hydrophobic magnetic nanoparticles induce selective bioelectrocatalysis
765
Hydrophobic mechanochemical treatment of metallic surfaces: Wettability measurements as a means of assessing homogeneity
766
Hydrophobic Membranes as Liquid Junction-Free Reference Electrodes
767
Hydrophobic Membranes as Liquid Junction-Free Reference Electrodes
768
Hydrophobic methacrylic copolymers containing azobenzene moieties
769
Hydrophobic microbeads as an alternative pseudo-affinity adsorbent for recombinant human interferon-α via hydrophobic interactions
770
Hydrophobic mismatch-induced clustering as a primer for protein sorting in the secretory pathway Original Research Article
771
Hydrophobic modification of dextran with 1,2-epoxyalkanes in aqueous micellar medium: Competition between interfacial and bulk reactions and consequences on polymer properties
772
Hydrophobic modification of high molar mass polyglycidol to thermosensitive polymers
773
Hydrophobic modification of poly(phthalazinone ether sulfone ketone) hollow fiber membrane for vacuum membrane distillation
774
Hydrophobic modification of polyurethane foam for oil spill cleanup
775
Hydrophobic modification of silica nanoparticle by using aerosol spray reactor
776
Hydrophobic modification of wood via surface-initiated ARGET ATRP of MMA
777
Hydrophobic modification of γ-alumina membranes with organochlorosilanes
778
Hydrophobic modifications at 1-phosphate of inositol 1,4,5-Trisphosphate analogues enhance receptor binding
779
Hydrophobic nanopillars initiate mesenchymal stem cell aggregation and osteo-differentiation
780
Hydrophobic oligopeptide-based star-block copolymers as unimolecular nanocarriers for poorly water-soluble drugs
781
Hydrophobic optical elements for near-field optical analysis (NOA) in liquid environment—a preliminary study
782
Hydrophobic organic compound partitioning from bulk water to the water/air interface
783
Hydrophobic organochlorine compounds sequestered in submersed aquatic macrophytes (Hydrilla verticillata (L.F.) Royle) from the tidal Potomac River (USA)
784
Hydrophobic over-recovery during aging of polyethylene modified by oxygen capacitively coupled radio frequency plasma: A new approach for stable superhydrophobic surface with high water adhesion
785
Hydrophobic peptide interactions with phospholipids
786
Hydrophobic peptide tags as tools in bioseparation
787
Hydrophobic platinum–polytetrafluoroethylene catalyst for hydrogen isotope separation
788
Hydrophobic polymer monoliths as novel phase separators: Application in continuous liquid–liquid extraction systems Original Research Article
789
Hydrophobic polymer-supported scandium catalyst for carbon–carbon bond-forming reactions in water
790
Hydrophobic porous alumina hollow fiber for water desalination via membrane distillation process
791
Hydrophobic Potential of Mean Force as a Solvation Function for Protein Structure Prediction
792
Hydrophobic precipitation of carbonaceous spheres from fructose by a hydrothermal process Original Research Article
793
Hydrophobic properties and chemical characterisation of natural water repellent materials in Australian sands
794
Hydrophobic properties and extraction of Bacillus anthracis spores from liquid foods Original Research Article
795
Hydrophobic properties of biomorphic carbon surfaces prepared by sintering lotus leaves
796
Hydrophobic properties of colloidal films coated with multi-wall carbon nanotubes/reduced graphene oxide multilayers
797
Hydrophobic properties of surfaces coated with fluoroalkylsiloxane and alkylsiloxane monolayers
798
Hydrophobic properties of TMOS/TMES-based silica aerogels
799
Hydrophobic proteins secreted into the apoplast may contribute to resistance against Phytophthora infestans in potato
800
Hydrophobic PTFE-coated serpentine flow fields with ladder-structure for fuel cell application
801
Hydrophobic recovery of polydimethylsiloxane after exposure to partial discharges as a function of crosslink density
802
Hydrophobic recovery of UV/ozone treated poly(dimethylsiloxane): adhesion studies by contact mechanics and mechanism of surface modification
803
Hydrophobic salt-induced phase-separation and extraction for sample preparation in chromatographic determination of heavy metal ions as dibenzyldithiocarbamates
804
Hydrophobic side-chain interactions in a family of dimeric amide foldamers-potential alpha-helix mimetics
805
Hydrophobic silica aerogel production at KEK
806
Hydrophobic silica aerogel production at KEK
807
Hydrophobic silica aerogel–lipase biocatalysts: Possible interactions between the enzyme and the gel
808
Hydrophobic silica aerogels derived from polyethoxydisiloxane and perfluoroalkylsilane
809
Hydrophobic Sliding: A Possible Mechanism for Drug Resistance in Human Immunodeficiency Virus Type 1 Protease
810
Hydrophobic solvent induced phase transition extraction to extract drugs from plasma for high performance liquid chromatography–mass spectrometric analysis
811
Hydrophobic Surface Burial Is the Major Stability Determinant of a Flat, Single-layer β-Sheet
812
Hydrophobic surface modification of ramie fibers with ethanol pretreatment and atmospheric pressure plasma treatment
813
Hydrophobic Surface Patches on LolA of Pseudomonas aeruginosa Are Essential for Lipoprotein Binding
814
Hydrophobic surfaces of spin-assisted layer-by-layer assembled polyelectrolyte multilayers doped with copper nanoparticles and modified by fluoroalkylsilane
815
Hydrophobic tail length, degree of fluorination and headgroup stereochemistry are determinants of the biocompatibility of (fluorinated) carbohydrate surfactants
816
Hydrophobic Ti–Si Xerogels: Catalysts for the Selective Epoxidation of Olefins and Allylic Alcohols
817
Hydrophobic to hydrophilic transition of HF-treated Si surface during Langmuir–Blodgett film deposition
818
Hydrophobic transfer of RTV silicone rubber aged in single and multiple environmental stresses and the behavior of LMW silicone fluid
819
HYDROPHOBIC TRICHOME LAYERS AND EPICUTICULAR WAX POWDERS IN BROMELIACEAE
820
Hydrophobic valves of plasma deposited octafluorocyclobutane in DRIE channels
821
Hydrophobic vertically aligned carbon nanotubes on Corning glass for self cleaning applications
822
Hydrophobic vitamin B12. Part 18. Preparation of a sol-gel modified electrode trapped with a vitamin B12 derivative and its photoelectrochemical reactivity
823
Hydrophobic zeolite–silicone rubber mixed matrix membranes for ethanol–water separation: Effect of zeolite and silicone component selection on pervaporation performance
824
Hydrophobic, solid acid catalysts for production of biofuels and lubricants Original Research Article
825
Hydrophobic/hydrophilic interactions of cytochrome c with functionalized self-assembled monolayers on silicon
826
Hydrophobic/hydrophilic switching on zinc oxide micro-textured surface
827
Hydrophobically associating polyacrylamides and their partially hydrolyzed derivatives prepared by post-modification. 1. Synthesis and characterization
828
Hydrophobically associating polyacrylamides and their partially hydrolyzed derivatives prepared by post-modification. 2. Properties of non-hydrolyzed polymers in pure water and brine
829
Hydrophobically derivatized hyperbranched polyglycerol as a human serum albumin substitute
830
Hydrophobically directed selective reduction of ketones using amine boranes
831
Hydrophobically modified alginate for emulsion of oil in water
832
Hydrophobically modified associating polyacrylamide (HAPAM) synthesized by micellar copolymerization at high monomer concentration
833
Hydrophobically modified cationic polyelectrolytes
834
Hydrophobically modified chitosan/gold nanoparticles for DNA delivery
835
Hydrophobically modified chitosan: A bio-based material for antimicrobial active film
836
Hydrophobically modified ethyl(hydroxyethyl)cellulose as stabilizer and emulsifying agent in macroemulsions
837
Hydrophobically modified hydrogels containing azoaromatic cross-links: swelling properties, degradation in vivo and application in drug delivery
838
Hydrophobically modified inulin from alkenyl succinic anhydride in aqueous media
839
Hydrophobically modified sodium humate surfactant: Ultra-low interfacial tension at the oil/water interface
840
Hydrophobically-modified polyacrylamides prepared by micellar polymerization
841
Hydrophobication and characterisation of O-acetyl-galactoglucomannan for papermaking and barrier applications Original Research Article
842
Hydrophobicities of poly(ε-caprolactone) oligomers functionalized with different succinic anhydrides
843
Hydrophobicity and aggregate stability in calcareous topsoils from fire-affected pine forests in southeastern Spain
844
Hydrophobicity and catalytic properties of Ti-MFI zeolites synthesized by microwave and conventional heating
845
Hydrophobicity and geometry: Water at curved graphitic-like surfaces and within model pores in self-assembled monolayers
846
Hydrophobicity and hydrophilicity of biosurfaces
847
Hydrophobicity and Retention Coefficient of Selected Bile Acid Oxo Derivatives
848
Hydrophobicity and sorption of chlorophenolates to lipid membranes
849
Hydrophobicity and unique folding of selected polymers
850
Hydrophobicity as a design criterion for polymer scaffolds in bone tissue engineering
851
Hydrophobicity gradient columns for the separation of trypsin inhibitor by hydrophobic interaction chromatography at low salt concentration
852
Hydrophobicity in a simple model of water: solvation and hydrogen bond energies
853
Hydrophobicity in DLC films prepared by electrodeposition technique
854
Hydrophobicity in modified water models
855
Hydrophobicity in the design of P2/P2′ tetrahydropyrimidinone HIV protease inhibitors
856
Hydrophobicity of 43 potting media: Its implications for raising seedlings in revegetation programs
857
Hydrophobicity of chalcopyrite with dithiophosphate and dithiophosphinate in electrochemically controlled condition
858
Hydrophobicity of counterions as a driving force in the self-assembly process: Dodecyltrimethylammonium chloride and parabens
859
Hydrophobicity of diverse bacterial populations in activated sludge and biofilm revealed by microbial adhesion to hydrocarbons assay and high-throughput sequencing
860
Hydrophobicity of ionisable compounds studied by countercurrent chromatography
861
Hydrophobicity of model surfaces with closely packed nano- and micro-spheres
862
Hydrophobicity of the organic matter in arable soils
863
Hydrophobicity of the organic matter in arable soils
864
Hydrophobicity, a physicochemical factor in the inhibition of the enzyme estrone sulfatase (ES)
865
Hydrophobicity—getting into hot water Original Research Article
866
Hydrophobicity-induced selective covering of carbon nanotubes with sol–gel sheaths achieved by ultrasound assistance
867
Hydrophobic-modified nano-cellulose fiber/PLA biodegradable composites for lowering water vapor transmission rate (WVTR) of paper
868
Hydrophobic-phase-modified fused-silica columns for capillary electrophoresis
869
Hydrophobic-ZIF-71 filled PEBA mixed matrix membranes for recovery of biobutanol via pervaporation
870
Hydrophobins stabilised air-filled emulsions for the food industry
871
Hydrophobins: Proteins that self assemble at interfaces
872
Hydrophobisation of activated carbon fiber and the influence on the adsorption selectivity towards carbon disulfide
873
Hydrophobisation of active carbon surface and effect on the adsorption of water Original Research Article
874
Hydrophobised sawdust as a carrier for immobilisation of the hydrocarbon-oxidizing bacterium Rhodococcus ruber
875
Hydrophobization of bovine serum albumin with cationic surfactants with different hydrophobic chain length
876
Hydrophobization of polymer particles by tetrafluoromethane (CF4) plasma irradiation using a barrel-plasma-treatment system
877
Hydrophosphination with cationic primary phosphine iron complexes: synthesis of P-chiral functionalized phosphines
878
Hydrophosphonylation of activated alkenes and alkynes via fluoride ion activation in ionic liquid medium
879
Hydrophosphonylation of alkenes or nitriles by double radical transfer mediated by titanocene/propylene oxide
880
Hydrophylic surfactant–imidazole derivative association studied by RPLC using a hydroorganic solution
881
Hydro-physical characteristics of selected media used for containerized agriculture systems
882
Hydro-physical characterization of contrasting soils in a semiarid zone of the Ebro river valley (NE Spain)
883
Hydro-physical properties of soils developed from different parent materials
884
Hydro-physical responses of gypseous and non-gypseous soils to livestock grazing in a semi-arid region of NE Spain
885
Hydrophytes of the oases in the Sierra de la Giganta of Central Baja California Sur, Mexico: Floristic composition and conservation status
886
Hydropolitics and Human Security: Water Cooperation in Relations between Iran, Afghanistan andTurkmenistan
887
Hydropolitics and hydrology issues in Hirmand/Helmand international river basin
888
Hydroponic phytoremediation of Cd, Cr, Ni, As, and Fe: Can Helianthus annuus hyperaccumulate multiple heavy metals?
889
Hydroponic Phytoremediation of Nickel by Coriander (Coriandrum sativum)
890
Hydroponic screening for metal resistance and accumulation of cadmium and zinc in twenty clones of willows and poplars
891
Hydroponic tertiary treatment
892
Hydroponic uptake of atrazine and lambda-cyhalothrin in Juncus effusus and Ludwigia peploides
893
Hydroponics gel as a new electrolyte gelling agent for alkaline zinc–air cells
894
Hydroponics water management using adaptive scheduling with an on-line optimiser
895
Hydroporphyrins as tumour photosensitizers: synthesis and photophysical studies of 2,3-Dihydro-5,15-di(3,5-dihydroxyphenyl) porphyrin
896
Hydropower as a renewable and sustainable energy resource meeting global energy challenges in a reasonable way
897
Hydropower development in Nepal
898
Hydropower development priority using MCDM method
899
Hydropower development trends from a technological paradigm perspective
900
Hydropower for sustainable energy development in Turkey: The small hydropower case of the Eastern Black Sea Region
901
Hydropower for sustainable water and energy development
902
Hydropower generation management under uncertainty via scenario analysis and parallel computation
903
Hydropower impact on the ice jam formation on the upper Bistrita River, Romania
904
Hydropower in China
905
Hydropower in Turkey for a clean and sustainable energy future
906
Hydropower in Turkey: Analysis in the view of Vision 2023
907
Hydropower licensing and climate change: Insights from cooperative game theory
908
Hydropower potential and development activities
909
Hydropower potential of municipal water supply dams in Turkey: A case study in Ulutan Dam
910
Hydropower potential on Zimbabweʹs major dams
911
Hydropower projects: a review of most effective mitigation measures
912
Hydropower recovery in water supply systems: Models and case study
913
Hydropower use in Pakistan: Past, present and future
914
Hydropower: Dimensions of social and environmental coexistence
915
Hydropowerʹs future, the environment, and global electricity systems
916
Hydropower—the politics of water and energy: Introduction and overview
917
Hydropower–water and renewable energy in Turkey: Sources and policy
918
Hydroprene: Mode of action, current status in stored-product pest management, insect resistance, and future prospects
919
Hydroprene: Mode of action, current status in stored-product pest management, insect resistance, and future prospects: [Crop Prot. 25 (2006) 902–909]
920
Hydroprocessed rapeseed oil as a source of hydrocarbon-based biodiesel
921
Hydroprocessed vegetable oils for diesel fuel improvement
922
Hydroprocessing catalysis on metal sulfides prepared from molecular complexes
923
Hydroprocessing catalyst deactivation in commercial practice
924
Hydroprocessing catalysts regeneration and recycling Original Research Article
925
Hydroprocessing of crude palm oil at pilot plant scale
926
Hydroprocessing of dibenzothiophene, 1-methylnaphthalene and quinoline over sulfided NiMo-hydroxyapatite-supported catalysts
927
Hydroprocessing of fatty acid methyl ester containing resin acids blended with gas oil
928
Hydroprocessing of heavy gas oils using FeW/SBA-15 catalysts: Experimentals, optimization of metals loading, and kinetics study
929
Hydroprocessing of heavy petroleum feeds: Tutorial
930
Hydroprocessing of Jatropha oil over NiMoCe/Al2O3 catalyst
931
Hydroprocessing of Maya heavy crude oil in two reaction stages Original Research Article
932
Hydroprocessing of sunflower oil–gas oil blends over sulfided Ni–Mo–Al–zeolite beta composites
933
Hydroprocessing on chromium-containing metal sulfide catalysts Original Research Article
934
Hydroprocessing peculiarities of Fischer–Tropsch syncrude
935
Hydroprocesssing of light gas oil — rape oil mixtures
936
Hydrops Fetalis
937
HYDROPT: A fast and flexible method to retrieve chlorophyll-a from multispectral satellite observations of optically complex coastal waters
938
Hydro–pyro integration in the processing of nickel laterites
939
Hydropyrolysis characteristics and kinetics of potassium-impregnated pine wood
940
Hydropyrolysis of a Turkish lignite (Tunçbilek) and effect of temperature and pressure on product distribution
941
Hydropyrolysis of algae, bacteria, archaea and lake sediments; insights into the origin of nitrogen compounds in petroleum
942
Hydropyrolysis of pretreated high-boiling hydrocarbon fractions
943
Hydropyrolysis: A new technique for the analysis of macromolecular material in meteorites
944
Hydropyrolysis: a versatile technique for solid fuel liquefaction, sulphur speciation and biomarker release
945
Hydro-Québec energy savings programs: ‘Watt’ are they worth?
946
Hydro-Quebecʹs defence plan against extreme contingencies
947
Hydroquinidine therapy in Brugada syndrome Original Research Article
948
Hydroquinone and hepatitis
949
Hydroquinone detection by BN nanotube: DFT studies
950
Hydroquinone in cosmetics: Dutch research highlights toxic side effects
951
Hydroquinone modified chitosan/carbon film electrode for the selective detection of ascorbic acid
952
Hydroquinone oxidation electrocatalysis at polyaniline films
953
Hydroquinone PBPK model refinement and application to dermal exposure
954
Hydroquinone, a control agent of agglutination and adherence of Streptococcus mutans induced by sucrose Original Research Article
955
Hydroquinone: Acute and subchronic toxicity studies with emphasis on neurobehavioral and nephrotoxic effects
956
Hydroquinone: Genotoxicity and Prevention of Genotoxicity Following Ingestion
957
Hydrorepellent properties of organic–inorganic hybrid materials
958
Hydro-resistive measurement of dynamic lifting strength
959
Hydro-rim deep-drawing processes of hardening and rate-sensitive materials
960
Hydro-rim deep-drawing processes of hardening and rate-sensitive materials
961
Hydro-rim deep-drawing processes of hardening and rate-sensitive materials
962
Hydrosalpinx with Adnexal Torsion in an Adolescent Virgin Patient—A Diagnostic Dilemma: Case Report and Review of the Literature
963
Hydroscopic strontium hydroxide/Nafion composite membrane for a direct methanol fuel cell Original Research Article
964
Hydrosedimentary records and Holocene environmental dynamics in the Yamé Valley (Mali, Sudano-Sahelian West Africa)
965
Hydro-seismic-acoustical monitoring of submarine earthquakes preparation: observations and analysis
966
Hydroselenation of alkynes using NaBH4/BMIMBF4: easy access to vinyl selenides
967
Hydrosilanes are not always a reducing reagent: a ruthenium-catalyzed introduction of primary alkyl groups to electron-rich aromatic rings using esters as a source of the alkyl groups
968
Hydrosilated silica-based columns: The effects of mobile phase and temperature on dual hydrophilic-reversed-phase separation mechanism of phenolic acids
969
Hydrosilation of polyfluoroolefin in dense carbon dioxide
970
Hydrosiloxane–Ti(OiPr)4: an efficient system for the reduction of primary amides into primary amines as their hydrochloride salts
971
Hydrosilylation and double silylation of carbonyl compounds with 1,1′-bis(dimethylsilyl)ferrocene using nickel- and platinum-catalysts
972
Hydrosilylation in the 2D interlayer space between inorganic layers: reaction between immobilized CC groups on the interlayer surface of layered perovskite HLaNb2O7·xH2O and chlorohydrosilanes
973
Hydrosilylation of 1,4-bis(trimethylsilyl)-1-buten-3-ynes using late transition metal hydrides as catalyst precursors
974
Hydrosilylation of 1-hexyne promoted by acetone solvated gold atoms derived catalysts
975
Hydrosilylation of aldehydes and ketones catalyzed by [Ph3P(CuH)]6
976
Hydrosilylation of alkenes catalyzed by rhodium with polyethylene glycol-based ionic liquids as ligands
977
Hydrosilylation of alkenes catalyzed by rhodium with polyethylene glycol-based ionic liquids as ligands
978
Hydrosilylation of alkynes catalysed by platinum on titania
979
Hydrosilylation of alkynes catalyzed by platinum on carbon
980
Hydrosilylation of alkynes catalyzed by ruthenium carbene complexes
981
Hydrosilylation of alkynylsilanes utilizing organolanthanide and Group 3 metallocene complexes
982
Hydrosilylation of allyl derivatives with T, D and M type hydrosilanes
983
Hydrosilylation of n-alkenes and allyl chloride over platinum supported on styrene–divinylbenzene copolymer
984
Hydrosilylation of olefins and dehydrogenative double silylation of conjugated dienes catalyzed by lanthanide–imine complexes
985
Hydrosilylation reaction of ethylene with triethoxysilane catalyzed by ruthenium halides and promoted by cuprous halides
986
Hydrosilylation reactions catalyzed by rhodium complexes with phosphine ligands functionalized with imidazolium salts
987
Hydrosilylation reactions of tetramethyldisilazanes and their derivatives
988
Hydrosilylation vs. [2 + 2]-cycloaddition: A theoretical study with iron and ruthenium complexes
989
Hydrosilylation, hydrocyanation, and hydroamination of ethene catalyzed by bis(hydrido-bridged)diplatinum complexes: Added insight and predictions from theory
990
Hydrosol deposition in porous media: the effect of surface interactions
991
Hydrosolar roof for integrated energy dissipation and capture in buildings
992
Hydrostannation of norbornadiene by nBu3SnH and Ph3SnH with molybdenum catalysts
993
Hydrostatic air foil bearings: Analytical and experimental investigation
994
Hydrostatic and explosive nucleosynthesis in massive stars using improved nuclear and stellar physics Original Research Article
995
Hydrostatic and non-hydrostatic simulations of dense waters cascading off a shelf: The East Greenland case
996
Hydrostatic and non-hydrostatic studies of gravitational adjustment over a slope
997
Hydrostatic and osmotic pressure gradients produce manifestations of fetofetal transfusion syndrome in a computerized model of monochorial twin pregnancy, ,
998
Hydrostatic compression and crystal structure of pyrope to 33 GPa
999
Hydrostatic compression of galenobismutite (PbBi2S4): elastic properties and high-pressure crystal chemistry
1000
Hydrostatic compression on polypropylene foam
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