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Methane conversion to hydrogen and nanotubes on Pt/Ni catalysts supported over spinel MgAl2O4
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Methane conversion to light olefins—How does the methyl halide route differ from the methanol to olefins (MTO) route?
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Methane conversion to syngas over Ni/Y2O3 catalysts — Effects of calcination temperatures of Y2O3 on physicochemical properties and catalytic performance
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Methane conversion to syngas over Pt-based electrode in a solid oxide fuel cell reactor Original Research Article
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Methane conversion via photocatalytic reactions
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Methane conversion with carbon dioxide in plasma-catalytic system
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Methane cracking on single-wall carbon nanotubes studied by semi-empirical tight binding simulations Original Research Article
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Methane cracking using Ni supported on porous and non-porous alumina catalysts
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Methane cycling in Arctic shelf water and its relationship with phytoplankton biomass and DMSP
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Methane decomposition and catalyst regeneration in a cyclic mode over supported Co and Ni catalysts Original Research Article
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Methane decomposition and self de-coking over gadolinia-doped ceria-supported Ni catalysts
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Methane decomposition into hydrogen and carbon nanofibers over supported Pd–Ni catalysts
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Methane decomposition on Fe–Cu Raney-type catalysts
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Methane decomposition on Ni–Cu alloyed Raney-type catalysts
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Methane decomposition over Co thin layer supported catalysts to produce hydrogen for fuel cell
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Methane decomposition over Ni loaded activated carbon for hydrogen production and the formation of filamentous carbon
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Methane decomposition over Ni–MgO–Al2O3 catalysts Original Research Article
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Methane decomposition properties of ZrNi alloy in flowing gas system
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Methane decomposition to COx-free hydrogen and nano-carbon material on group 8–10 base metal catalysts: A review
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Methane dehydroaromatization by Mo-supported MFI-type zeolite with core–shell structure Original Research Article
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Methane dehydro-aromatization on Mo/ZSM-5: About the hidden role of Brønsted acid sites Original Research Article
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Methane dehydroaromatization over Mo/HZSM-5 catalysts in the absence of oxygen: effects of silanation in HZSM-5 zeolite
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Methane dehydroaromatization over Mo/HZSM-5 catalysts: The reactivity of MoCx species formed from MoOx associated and non-associated with Brönsted acid sites Original Research Article
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Methane Dehydro-aromatization under Nonoxidative Conditions over Mo/HZSM-5 Catalysts: EPR Study of the Mo Species on/in the HZSM-5 Zeolite
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Methane dehydroaromatization under nonoxidative conditions over Mo/HZSM-5 catalysts: Identification and preparation of the Mo active species
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Methane dehydrogenation on monomeric Rh center located on (100) γ-alumina — A theoretical study
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Methane dehydrogenation on monomeric Rh center located on (100) γ-alumina — A theoretical study
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Methane depletion in both polar regions of Uranus inferred from HST/STIS and Keck/NIRC2 observations
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Methane desorption from a coal-bed
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Methane detection on the sub-ppm level with a near-infrared diode laser photoacoustic sensor
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Methane discharge from a deep-sea submarine mud volcano into the upper water column by gas hydrate-coated methane bubbles
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Methane discharge into the Black Sea and the global ocean via fluid flow through submarine mud volcanoes
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Methane dissociation on Ni, Pd, Pt and Cu metal (111) surfaces — a theoretical comparative study
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Methane dissociation on Pt(1 1 1), Ir(1 1 1) and PtIr(1 1 1) surface: A density functional theory study
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Methane dissociative chemisorption on Ru(0001) and comparison to metal nanocatalysts
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Methane drainage and utilization in coal mines with strong coal and gas outburst dangers: A case study in Luling mine, China
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Methane Drainage Borehole Drilling Technology Status of Ukraine
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Methane dry reformer by application of chemical looping combustion via Mn-based oxygen carrier for heat supplying and carbon dioxide providing
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Methane dry reforming on Ni loaded hydroxyapatite and fluoroapatite Original Research Article
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Methane dry reforming on Ni/Ce0.75Zr0.25O2–MgAl2O4 and Ni/Ce0.75Zr0.25O2–γ-alumina: Effects of support composition and water addition
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Methane dry reforming with CO2 on CeZr-oxide supported Ni, NiRh and NiCo catalysts prepared by sol–gel technique: Relationship between activity and coke formation
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Methane dry reforming with CO2: A study on surface carbon species Original Research Article
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Methane dynamics in a microbial community of the Black Sea traced by stable carbon isotopes in vitro
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Methane dynamics in porous xerogels characterized by small-angle and quasielastic neutron scattering
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Methane dynamics in the 36 إ mesopores of MCM-41 studied by neutron scattering
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Methane efflux from littoral vegetation stands of southern boreal lakes: An upscaled regional estimate
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Methane efflux from marine sediments in passive and active margins: Estimations from bioenergetic reaction–transport simulations
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Methane efflux from rice-based cropping systems under humid tropical conditions of eastern India
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Methane embodied in the international trade of commodities : Implications for global emissions
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Methane emission and methanogen status of Indian rice soil
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Methane emission by goats consuming diets with different levels of condensed tannins from lespedeza
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Methane emission by goats consuming different sources of condensed tannins
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Methane emission by sectors: A comprehensive review of emission sources and mitigation methods
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Methane emission characteristics and its relations with plant and soil parameters under irrigated rice ecosystem of northeast India
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Methane emission estimation from landfills in Delhi: A comparative assessment of different methodologies
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Methane emission factors from cattle manure in Mexico
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Methane emission from a flooded field of Eastern India as influenced by planting date and age of rice (Oryza sativa L.) seedlings
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Methane emission from a landfill and the methane oxidising capacity of its covering soil
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Methane emission from a landfill and the methane oxidising capacity of its covering soil
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Methane emission from a simulated rice field ecosystem as influenced by hydroquinone and dicyandiamide
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Methane emission from automobile equipped with three-way catalytic converter while driving
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Methane emission from fields with differences in nitrogen fertilizers and rice varieties in Taiwan paddy soils
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Methane emission from fixed dome biogas plants in hilly and plain regions of northern India
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Methane emission from free-ranging sheep: a comparison of two measurement methods
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Methane emission from lakes
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Methane emission from paddy fields in Taiwan
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Methane emission from paddy soils fertilized with cowdung and farmyard manure
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Methane emission from rice fields as affected by land use change
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Methane emission from rice-wheat cropping system in the Indo-Gangetic plain in relation to irrigation, farmyard manure and dicyandiamide application
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Methane emission from soil under long-term no-till cropping systems
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Methane Emission from the Coastal Area in the Southern Baltic Sea
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Methane emission from two Indian soils planted with different rice cultivars
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Methane emission from wetlands in Taiwan
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Methane emission in four rice varieties as related to sugars and organic acids of roots and root exudates and biomass yield
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Methane emission of Blackbelly rams consuming whole sugarcane forage compared with Dichanthium sp. hay
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Methane emission patches in riparian marshes of the inner Mongolia
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Methane emission rates from a northern wetland; response to temperature, water table and transport
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Methane emission rates from an ombrotrophic mire show marked seasonality which is independent of nitrogen supply and soil temperature
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Methane emission, nutrient degradation and nitrogen turnover in dairy cows and their slurry at different milk production scenarios with and without concentrate supplementation
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Methane emissions and related physicochemical soil and water parameters in rice–fish systems in Bangladesh
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Methane emissions by Chinese economy: Inventory and embodiment analysis
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Methane emissions by goats consuming Sericea lespedeza at different feeding frequencies
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Methane emissions from 2000 to 2011 wildfires in Northeast Eurasia estimated with MODIS burned area data
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Methane emissions from a coastal lagoon: Vembanad Lake, West Coast, India
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Methane emissions from a constructed wetland treating wastewater—seasonal and spatial distribution and dependence on edaphic factors
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Methane emissions from an anaerobic swine lagoon
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Methane emissions from bison—An historic herd estimate for the North American Great Plains
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Methane emissions from dairy cows: Comparing open-path laser measurements to profile-based techniques
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Methane emissions from danish cattle dung pats in the field
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Methane emissions from danish cattle dung pats in the field
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Methane emissions from different vegetation zones in a Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau wetland
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Methane emissions from different vegetation zones in a Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau wetland
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Methane emissions from double rice agriculture under long-term fertilizing systems in Hunan, China
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Methane emissions from double-rice cropping system under conventional and no tillage in southeast China
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Methane emissions from Earth’s degassing: Implications for Mars
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Methane emissions from flooded rice soils and plants under controlled conditions
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Methane emissions from flooded rice soils and plants under controlled conditions
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Methane emissions from grazing Angus beef cows selected for divergent residual feed intake
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Methane emissions from lakes and floodplains in Pantanal, Brazil
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Methane emissions from MSW landfill with sandy soil covers under leachate recirculation and subsurface irrigation
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Methane emissions from natural peatlands in the northern boreal zone in Finland, Fennoscandia
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Methane emissions from peat bogs in the vicinity of the Mace Head Atmospheric Research Station over a 12-year period
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Methane emissions from sheep fed fermented or non-fermented total mixed ration containing whole-crop rice and rice bran
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Methane emissions from sheep fed fresh brassicas (Brassica spp.) compared to perennial ryegrass (Lolium perenne)
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Methane emissions from southern High Plains dairy wastewater lagoons in the summer
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Methane emissions from stems of Fraxinus mandshurica var. japonica trees in a floodplain forest
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Methane emissions from stems of Fraxinus mandshurica var. japonica trees in a floodplain forest
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Methane emissions from stored liquid dairy manure in a cold climate
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Methane emissions from temperate herbaceous peatland in the Sanjiang Plain of Northeast China
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Methane emissions from three sea animal colonies in the maritime Antarctic
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Methane emissions from two tundra wetlands in eastern Antarctica
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Methane emissions from yak (Bos grunniens) steers grazing or kept indoors and fed diets with varying forage:concentrate ratio during the cold season on the Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau
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Methane emissions in China 2007
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Methane emissions in Danish riparian wetlands: Ecosystem comparison and pursuit of vegetation indexes as predictive tools
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Methane emissions in India: Sub-regional and sectoral trends
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Methane emissions in two small shallow neotropical lakes: The role of temperature and trophic level
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Methane emissions inventory verification in southern California
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Methane emissions measured directly from grazing livestock in New Zealand
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Methane emissions of energy activities in China 1980–2007
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Methane Emissions of Rice Increased by Elevated Carbon Dioxide and Temperature
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Methane emissions on large scales
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Methane evolution from UV-irradiated spacecraft materials under simulated martian conditions: Implications for the Mars Science Laboratory (MSL) mission
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Methane flame stability in a jet impinging onto a wall
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Methane flux and origin in the Othrys ophiolite hyperalkaline springs, Greece
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Methane flux and oxidation at two types of intermediate landfill covers
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Methane flux and regulatory variables in soils of three equal-aged Japanese cypress (Chamaecyparis obtusa) forests in central Japan
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Methane flux and regulatory variables in soils of three equal-aged Japanese cypress (Chamaecyparis obtusa) forests in central Japan
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Methane flux characteristics in forest soils under an East Asian monsoon climate
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Methane flux characteristics in forest soils under an East Asian monsoon climate
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Methane flux from Indonesian wetland rice: the effects of water management and rice variety
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Methane flux from irrigated paddy and dryland rice fields, and from seasonally dry tropical forest and Savanna soils of India
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Methane flux from irrigated paddy and dryland rice fields, and from seasonally dry tropical forest and Savanna soils of India
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Methane flux from irrigated rice fields in relation to crop growth and N-fertilization
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Methane flux from irrigated rice fields in relation to crop growth and N-fertilization
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Methane flux from sediment into near-bottom water and its variability along the Hel Peninsula—Southern Baltic Sea
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Methane flux in grassy marshlands near Kolyma River, north-eastern Siberia
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Methane flux in grassy marshlands near Kolyma River, north-eastern Siberia
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Methane fluxes and carbonate deposits at a cold seep area of the Central Nile Deep Sea Fan, Eastern Mediterranean Sea
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Methane fluxes and nitrogen dynamics from a drained fenland peat
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Methane fluxes from three ecosystems in tropical peatland of Sarawak, Malaysia
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Methane fluxes from three ecosystems in tropical peatland of Sarawak, Malaysia
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Methane fluxes from tundra soils and snowpack in the maritime Antarctic
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Methane fluxes on agricultural and forested boreal organic soils
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Methane fluxes on boreal arable soils
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Methane formation and distribution of acoustic turbidity in organic-rich surface sediments in the Arkona Basin, Baltic Sea
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Methane formation and emission from flooded rice soil incorporated with 13C-labeled rice straw
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Methane formation and emission from flooded rice soil incorporated with 13C-labeled rice straw
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Methane formation and substrate utilisation in anaerobic rice soils as affected by fertilisation
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Methane formation and substrate utilisation in anaerobic rice soils as affected by fertilisation
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Methane formation at Costa Rica continental margin—constraints for gas hydrate inventories and cross-décollement fluid flow
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Methane formation during the iridium/iodide catalysed carbonylation of methanol
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Methane formation in graphite and boron-doped graphite under simultaneous O+ and H+ irradiation
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Methane formation in sewer systems
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Methane Gas Emission in Relation to Livestock: a Review
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Methane gas hydrate effect on sediment acoustic and strength properties
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Methane Gas Hydrates Viewed through Unified Solid–Liquid–Vapor Equations of State
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Methane gas storage in self-ordered mesoporous carbon (CMK-3)
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Methane gas-sensing and catalytic oxidation activity of SnO2–In2O3 nanocomposites incorporating TiO2
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Methane generation from coal during open system pyrolysis investigated by isotope specific, Gaussian distributed reaction kinetics
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Methane generation from Miocene lacustrine coals and organic-rich sedimentary rocks containing different types of organic matter
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Methane generation from UK landfill sites and its use as an energy resource
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Methane generation in landfills
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Methane generation potential of Thar lignite samples
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Methane hydrate accumulation in “Mound 11” mud volcano, Costa Rica forearc
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Methane hydrate accumulation model for the Central Nankai accretionary prism
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Methane hydrate dissociation above 0 °C and below 0 °C
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Methane hydrate dissociation experiment in a middle-sized quiescent reactor using thermal method
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Methane hydrate dissolution rates in undersaturated seawater under controlled hydrodynamic forcing
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Methane hydrate exploration on the mid Chilean coast: A geochemical and geophysical survey
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Methane hydrate film growth kinetics
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Methane hydrate formation and dissociation in a partially saturated core-scale sand sample
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Methane hydrate formation in turbidite sediments of northern Cascadia, IODP Expedition 311
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Methane hydrate nucleation and growth from the bulk phase: Further insights into their mechanisms
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Methane hydrate phase stability with lower mole fractions of tetrahydrofuran (THF) and tert-butylamine (t-BuNH2)
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Methane hydrate research at NETL: Research to make methane production from hydrates a reality
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Methane hydrate, amoeba or a sponge made of water molecules
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Methane hydrates and their HF doped analogues
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Methane hydrates as potential energy resource: Part 1 – Importance, resource and recovery facilities
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Methane hydrates as potential energy resource: Part 2 – Methane production processes from gas hydrates
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Methane hydrates formation and dissociation in nano silica suspension
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Methane hydrates potential as a future energy source
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Methane ignition catalyzed by in situ generated palladium nanoparticles
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Methane in coastal and offshore waters of the Arabian Sea
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Methane in Kano-Nigeria atmosphere
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Methane in Martian atmosphere: Average spatial, diurnal, and seasonal behaviour
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Methane in ocean waters of the Bay of Bengal: its sources and exchange with the atmosphere
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Methane in Oort cloud comets
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Methane in pristine and impaired mangrove soils and its possible effect on establishment of mangrove seedlings
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Methane in Red Sea brines
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Methane in serpentinized ultramafic rocks in mainland Portugal
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Methane in shallow cold seeps at Mocha Island off central Chile
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Methane in the southern North Sea: Sources, spatial distribution and budgets
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Methane in underground air in Gibraltar karst
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Methane in water columns and sediments of the north western Sea of Japan
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Methane Index: A tetraether archaeal lipid biomarker indicator for detecting the instability of marine gas hydrates
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Methane interaction with silica and alumina supported metal catalysts Original Research Article
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Methane inversion on transition metal ions: a possible mechanism for stereochemical scrambling in metal-catalyzed alkane hydroxylations
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Methane leakage from evolving petroleum systems: Masses, rates and inferences for climate feedback
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Methane mass balance at three landfill sites: What is the efficiency of capture by gas collection systems?
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Methane membrane steam reforming: Heat duty assessment
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Methane microprofiles in a sewage biofilm determined with a microscale biosensor
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Methane microseepage from different sectors of the Yakela condensed gas field in Tarim Basin, Xinjiang, China
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Methane mitigation in ruminants: from microbe to the farm scale
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Methane mobility in carbon nanotubes
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Methane molecule over the defected and rippled graphene sheet
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Methane non-oxidative aromatization on Mo/ZSM-5: Effect of adding triethoxyphenylsilanes into the synthesis system of ZSM-5
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Methane number testing of alternative gaseous fuels
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Methane on Mars: A product of H2O photolysis in the presence of CO
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Methane on Mars: Current observations, interpretation, and future plans
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Methane on Uranus: The case for a compact CH4 cloud layer at low latitudes and a severe CH4 depletion at high-latitudes based on re-analysis of Voyager occultation measurements and STIS spectroscopy
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Methane oxidation – effect of support, precursor and pretreatment conditions – in situ reaction XPS and DRIFT
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Methane oxidation activity and bacterial community composition in a simulated landfill cover soil is influenced by the growth of Chenopodium album L.
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Methane oxidation activity and bacterial community composition in a simulated landfill cover soil is influenced by the growth of Chenopodium album L.
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Methane oxidation and microbial exopolymer production in landfill cover soil
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Methane oxidation and microbial exopolymer production in landfill cover soil
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Methane oxidation and phospholipid fatty acid composition in a podzolic soil profile
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Methane oxidation and phospholipid fatty acid composition in a podzolic soil profile
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Methane oxidation behavior over La0.08Sr0.92Fe0.20Ti0.80O3−δ perovskite oxide for SOFC anode
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Methane oxidation by Dutch grassland and peat soil microflora
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Methane oxidation by lattice oxygen of Ni/BaTi1−xInxO3−δ catalysts
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Methane oxidation by soils of an N limited and N fertilized spruce forest in the Black Forest, Germany
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Methane oxidation by soils of an N limited and N fertilized spruce forest in the Black Forest, Germany
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Methane oxidation in a boreal climate in an experimental landfill cover composed from mechanically–biologically treated waste
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Methane oxidation in a landfill cover with capillary barrier
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Methane oxidation in a temperate coniferous forest soil: effects of inorganic N
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Methane oxidation in a temperate coniferous forest soil: effects of inorganic N
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Methane oxidation in arable soil as inhibited by ammonium, nitrite, and organic manure with respect to soil pH
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Methane oxidation in boreal forest soils: kinetics and sensitivity to pH and ammonium
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Methane oxidation in boreal forest soils: kinetics and sensitivity to pH and ammonium
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Methane oxidation in Japanese forest soils
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Methane oxidation in Japanese forest soils
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Methane oxidation in landfill cover soils, as revealed by potential oxidation measurements and phospholipid fatty acid analyses
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Methane oxidation in landfill cover soils, as revealed by potential oxidation measurements and phospholipid fatty acid analyses
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Methane oxidation in non-flooded soils as affected by crop production ¯¯ invited paper
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Methane oxidation in Polish forest soils of contrasting atmospheric pollution
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Methane oxidation in soil profiles of Dutch and Finnish coniferous forests with different soil texture and atmospheric nitrogen deposition
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Methane oxidation in soil profiles of Dutch and Finnish coniferous forests with different soil texture and atmospheric nitrogen deposition
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Methane oxidation in soils of two long-term fertilization experiments in Germany
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Methane oxidation in soils of two long-term fertilization experiments in Germany
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Methane oxidation in temperate soils: effects of inorganic N
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Methane oxidation in temperate soils: effects of inorganic N
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Methane oxidation in temperate soils: Effects of land use and the chemical form of nitrogen fertilizer
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Methane oxidation kinetics and diffusivity in soils under conventional tillage and long-term no-till
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Methane oxidation needs less stressed plants
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Methane oxidation needs less stressed plants
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Methane oxidation on alumina supported palladium catalysts: Effect of Pd precursor and solvent Original Research Article
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Methane oxidation on composite ruthenium electrodes in YSZ cells
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Methane oxidation on Pd supported on high area zirconia catalysts Original Research Article
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Methane oxidation on Pd/YSZ by electrochemical promotion
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Methane oxidation on Pd–Ceria: A DFT study of the mechanism over PdxCe1−xO2, Pd, and PdO
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Methane oxidation over alumina supported platinum investigated by time-resolved in situ XANES spectroscopy
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Methane oxidation over Fe-, Co-, Ni- and V-containing mixed conductors
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Methane oxidation over noble metal gauzes: an LIF study
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Methane oxidation over palladium-washcoated foils in the presence of sulphur dioxide
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Methane oxidation over Pd and Pt studied by DFT and kinetic modeling
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Methane oxidation over Pd catalysts supported on binary Al2O3–La2O3 oxides prepared by the sol–gel method
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Methane oxidation over SOFC anodes with nanocrystalline ceria-based phases
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Methane oxidation to acetic acid catalyzed by Pd2+ cations in the presence of oxygen
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Methane oxidation to methyl bisulfate in oleum at ambient pressure in the presence of iodine as a catalyst Original Research Article
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Methane oxidation using silica-supported N-bridged di-iron phthalocyanine catalyst
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Methane oxidation: isotopic enrichment factors in freshwater boreal reservoirs
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Methane oxidative conversion pathways in a dielectric barrier discharge reactor—Investigation of gas phase mechanism
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Methane oxidative coupling in an undiluted reaction mixture in a reactor-adsorber system with gas recirculation Original Research Article
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Methane oxidative coupling on BaF2LaOF catalyst Original Research Article
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Methane Oxy-Steam Reforming Over a Highly Efficient Ni/Al2O3 Nanocatalyst Prepared by Microwave-Assisted Impregnation Method
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Methane oxy-steam reforming reaction: Performances of Ru/γ-Al2O3 catalysts loaded on structured cordierite monoliths
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Methane partial oxidation on NiCu-based catalysts
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Methane partial oxidation on Pt/CeO2 and Pt/Al2O3 catalysts Original Research Article
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Methane partial oxidation on Pt/CeO2–ZrO2 in the absence of gaseous oxygen Original Research Article
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Methane partial oxidation over Ni/CeO2–ZrO2 mixed oxide solid solution catalysts
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Methane partial oxidation over NiO/MgO solid solution catalysts Original Research Article
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Methane partial oxidation over Pt–Ru catalyst: An investigation on the mechanism Original Research Article
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Methane partial oxidation reverse flow reactor scale up and optimization
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Methane partial oxidation to syngas in YBa2Cu3O7−x membrane reactor Original Research Article
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Methane partial oxidation to synthesis gas over bimetallic cobalt/tungsten carbide catalysts and integration with a Mn substituted hexaaluminate combustion catalyst
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Methane partial oxidation using Ni/Ce0.9Zr0.1O2 catalysts
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Methane penetration in DIII-D ELMing H-mode plasmas
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Methane photochemistry: A brief review in the frame of a new experimental program of Titan’s atmosphere simulations Original Research Article
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Methane plasma-based ion implantation of metallic and galvanically oxidized tantalum
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Methane pool and flux dynamics in a rice field following straw incorporation
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Methane pool and flux dynamics in a rice field following straw incorporation
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Methane potential of sterilized solid slaughterhouse wastes
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Methane potentials of the Swedish pulp and paper industry – A screening of wastewater effluents
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Methane preconcentration in a microtrap using multiwalled carbon nanotubes as sorbents Original Research Article
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Methane production and carbon mineralisation of size and density fractions of peat soils
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Methane production and carbon mineralisation of size and density fractions of peat soils
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Methane production and consumption in an active volcanic environment of Southern Italy
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Methane production and consumption monitored by stable H and C isotope ratios at a crude oil spill site, Bemidji, Minnesota
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Methane production and ebullition in a shallow, artificially aerated, eutrophic temperate lake (Lake Elsinore, CA) Original Research Article
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Methane production and emission from peat: the influence of anions (sulphate, nitrate) from acid rain
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Methane production and emission in surface and subsurface rice soils and their blends
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Methane production and energy evaluation of a farm scaled biogas plant in cold climate area
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Methane production and microbial community structure for alkaline pretreated waste activated sludge
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Methane production and oxidation potentials in relation to water table fluctuations in two boreal mires
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Methane production and oxidation potentials in relation to water table fluctuations in two boreal mires
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Methane production as a function of anaerobic carbon mineralization: A process model
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Methane production as a function of anaerobic carbon mineralization: A process model
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Methane production by sheep in relation to temporal changes in grazing behaviour
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Methane production from anaerobic co-digestion of the separated solid fraction of pig manure with dried grass silage
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Methane production from ATJ graphite by slow atomic and molecular D ions: Evidence for projectile molecule-size-dependent yields at low energies
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Methane production from carbon monoxide and hydrogen over nickel–alumina xerogel catalyst: Effect of nickel content
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Methane production from cattle manure supplemented with crude glycerin from the biodiesel industry in CSTR and IBR
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Methane production from commercial dairy rations estimated using an in vitro gas technique
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Methane production from glycolate excreting algae as a new concept in the production of biofuels
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Methane production from horse manure and stall waste with softwood bedding
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Methane production from in vitro rumen incubations with Lotus pedunculatus and Medicago sativa, and effects of extractable condensed tannin fractions on methanogenesis
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Methane production from lignocellulosic agricultural crop wastes: A review in context to second generation of biofuel production
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Methane production from low solid concentration liquid swine waste using conventional anaerobic fermentation
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Methane production from maize in Finland – Screening for different maize varieties and plant parts
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Methane production from marine microalgae Isochrysis galbana
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Methane production from rice straw pretreated by a mixture of acetic–propionic acid
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Methane production from rice straw with acclimated anaerobic sludge: Effect of phosphate supplementation
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Methane production from solid-state anaerobic digestion of lignocellulosic biomass
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Methane production from wheat straw with anaerobic sludge by heme supplementation
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Methane production in a flooded soil in response to elevated atmospheric carbon dioxide concentrations
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Methane production in aerated marshland and model soils: effects of microflora and soil texture
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Methane production in aerated marshland and model soils: effects of microflora and soil texture
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Methane production in anaerobic sludges supplemented with two support materials and different levels of acetate and sulphate
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Methane production in low-cost, unheated, plug-flow digesters treating swine manure and used cooking grease
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Methane production in relation with temperature, substrate and soil depth in Zoige wetlands on Tibetan Plateau
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Methane production in simulated hybrid bioreactor landfill
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Methane production in unamended and rice-straw-amended soil at different moisture levels
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Methane production induced by dimethylsulfide in surface water of an upwelling ecosystem
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Methane production of growing and finishing pigs in southern China
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Methane production of thermally pretreated Chlorella vulgaris and Scenedesmus sp. biomass at increasing biomass loads
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Methane production on thickened, pre-fermented manure
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Methane production pathway in biogas reservoirs via molecular biological technique
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Methane production potentials of twenty-eight rice soils in China
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Methane production through anaerobic digestion of various energy crops grown in sustainable crop rotations
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Methane productivity of manure, straw and solid fractions of manure
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Methane pyrolysis: Literature survey and comparisons of available data for use in numerical simulations
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Methane pyrolysis: Literature survey and comparisons of available data for use in numerical simulations
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Methane Reaction with NO over Alumina-Supported Ru Nanoparticles
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Methane recovery efficiency in a submerged anaerobic membrane bioreactor (SAnMBR) treating sulphate-rich urban wastewater: Evaluation of methane losses with the effluent
335
Methane recovery from methane hydrate using pressurized CO2
336
Methane recovery from natural gas hydrate in porous sediment using pressurized liquid CO2
337
Methane recovery from the anaerobic codigestion of municipal sludge and FOG
338
Methane reforming kinetics within a Ni–YSZ SOFC anode support Original Research Article
339
Methane reforming of syngas produced by co-gasification of coal and wastes. Effect of catalysts and of experimental conditions
340
Methane reforming over a high temperature stable-NiCoMgOx supported on zirconia–hafnia catalyst
341
Methane reforming over Ni/Ce-ZrO2 catalysts: effect of nickel content Original Research Article
342
Methane reforming reaction with carbon dioxide over SBA-15 supported Ni–Mo bimetallic catalysts
343
Methane reforming to syngas over LaNixFe1−xO3 (0 ≤ x ≤ 1) mixed-oxide perovskites in the presence of CO2 and O2
344
Methane reforming to synthesis gas over Ni catalysts modified with noble metals Review Article
345
Methane reforming with carbon dioxide over a Ni/ZiO2–SiO2 catalyst: Influence of pretreatment gas atmospheres
346
Methane reforming with carbon dioxide to synthesis gas over Co-doped Ni-based magnetoplumbite catalysts Original Research Article
347
Methane reforming with CO2 using nickel catalysts supported on yttria-doped SBA-15 mesoporous materials via sol–gel process
348
Methane release and coastal environment in the East Siberian Arctic shelf
349
Methane release and the carbon cycle on Mars
350
Methane release from millipedes and other soil invertebrates in Central Europe
351
Methane release from millipedes and other soil invertebrates in Central Europe
352
Methane release from peat soils: effects of Sphagnum and Juncus
353
Methane release from peat soils: effects of Sphagnum and Juncus
354
Methane release from wetlands and watercourses in Europe
355
Methane release rate and methanogenic bacterial populations in lake sediments
356
Methane released from groundwater: the source of natural gas accumulations in northern West Siberia
357
Methane screening in JET reverse field experiments
358
Methane seepage along the Hikurangi Margin of New Zealand: Geochemical and physical data from the water column, sea surface and atmosphere
359
Methane seepage along the Hikurangi Margin, New Zealand: Overview of studies in 2006 and 2007 and new evidence from visual, bathymetric and hydroacoustic investigations
360
Methane seepages recorded in benthic foraminifera from Miocene seep carbonates, Northern Apennines (Italy)
361
Methane seeps at the Hikurangi Margin, New Zealand
362
Methane seeps on an Early Jurassic dysoxic seafloor
363
Methane sensor based on nanocomposite of palladium/multi-walled carbon nanotubes grafted with 1,6-hexanediamine
364
Methane solubility in aqueous solutions under two-phase (H–Lw) hydrate equilibrium conditions
365
Methane solubility in marine hydrate environments
366
Methane solubility in synthetic oil-based drilling muds
367
Methane sorption dynamics and hydrocarbon generation of shale samples from West Bokaro and Raniganj basins, India
368
Methane sorption on ordered mesoporous carbon in the presence of water Original Research Article
369
Methane sources and production in the northern Cascadia margin gas hydrate system
370
Methane sources and sinks in the subtropical South Pacific along 17°S as traced by stable isotope ratios
371
Methane sources in gas hydrate-bearing cold seeps: Evidence from radiocarbon and stable isotopes
372
Methane sources, distributions and sinks from California coastal waters to the oligotrophic North Pacific gyre
373
Methane sources, sinks and fluxes in a temperate tidal Lagoon: The Arcachon lagoon (SW France)
374
Methane steam reforming and ethanol steam reforming using a Ni(II)-Al(III) catalyst prepared from lamellar double hydroxides
375
Methane steam reforming for hydrogen production using low water-ratios without carbon formation over ceria coated Ni catalysts Original Research Article
376
Methane steam reforming for producing hydrogen in an atmospheric-pressure microwave plasma reactor
377
Methane steam reforming in a novel ceramic microchannel reactor
378
Methane steam reforming in a Pd–Ag membrane reformer: An experimental study on reaction pressure influence at middle temperature
379
Methane steam reforming modeling in a palladium membrane reactor
380
Methane steam reforming on supported and non-supported molybdenum carbides
381
Methane steam reforming operation and thermal stability of new porous metal supported tubular palladium composite membranes
382
Methane steam reforming over Ce–ZrO2-supported noble metal catalysts at low temperature
383
Methane steam reforming over Ni/Ce–ZrO2 catalyst: Influences of Ce–ZrO2 support on reactivity, resistance toward carbon formation, and intrinsic reaction kinetics Original Research Article
384
Methane steam reforming with a novel catalytic nickel membrane for effective hydrogen production
385
Methane steam reforming: Kinetics and modeling over coating catalyst in micro-channel reactor
386
Methane storage capacities and pore textures of active carbons undergoing mechanical densification Original Research Article
387
Methane storage in activated carbon fibres Original Research Article
388
Methane storage in carbon pellets prepared via a binderless method
389
Methane storage in multi-walled carbon nanotubes at the quantity of 80 g
390
Methane storage in wet activated carbon: Studies on the charging/discharging process Original Research Article
391
Methane storage in wet carbon of tailored pore sizes Original Research Article
392
Methane synthesis and sulfur removal over a Ru catalyst probed in situ with high sensitivity X-ray absorption spectroscopy
393
Methane to ethylene with 85 percent yield
394
Methane to higher hydrocarbons via halogenation
395
Methane to syngas conversion: Part I. Equilibrium conditions and stability requirements of membrane materials
396
Methane transformation into syngas over Ce–Zr–O systems: role of the surface/bulk promoters and oxygen mobility
397
Methane tri-reforming over a Ni/β-SiC-based catalyst: Optimizing the feedstock composition
398
Methane turnover and temperature response of methane-oxidizing bacteria in permafrost-affected soils of northeast Siberia
399
Methane turnover and temperature response of methane-oxidizing bacteria in permafrost-affected soils of northeast Siberia
400
Methane under-saturated fluids in deep-sea sediments: Implications for gas hydrate stability and rates of dissolution
401
Methane uptake and emissions in a typical steppe grazing system during the grazing season
402
Methane uptake in salt-affected soils shows low sensitivity to salt addition
403
Methane uptake in salt-affected soils shows low sensitivity to salt addition
404
Methane uptake in soils from Pinus radiata plantations, a reverting shrubland and adjacent pastures: Effects of land-use change, and soil texture, water and mineral nitrogen
405
Methane uptake in soils from Pinus radiata plantations, a reverting shrubland and adjacent pastures: Effects of land-use change, and soil texture, water and mineral nitrogen
406
Methane uptake in soils of Southern Spain estimated by two different techniques: Static chamber and 222radon flux and soil air concentration profiles
407
Methane uptake in Swedish forest soil in relation to liming and extra N-deposition
408
Methane vibrational relaxation lifetimes at low temperatures
409
Methane yield as a monitoring parameter for the start-up of anaerobic fixed film reactors
410
Methane yield from switchgrass and reed canarygrass grown in Eastern Canada
411
Methane yield from switchgrass harvested at different stages of development in Eastern Canada
412
Methane yield in source-sorted organic fraction of municipal solid waste
413
Methane yield of oat husks
414
Methane yield through anaerobic digestion for various maize varieties in China
415
Methane yields and methanogenic community changes during co-fermentation of cattle slurry with empty fruit bunches of oil palm
416
Methane, benzene and alkyl benzene cold start emission data of gasoline-driven passenger cars representing the vehicle technology of the last two decades
417
Methane, carbon dioxide and nitrous oxide fluxes from a temperate salt marsh: Grazing management does not alter Global Warming Potential
418
Methane, ethane, and ethylene laminar counterflow diffusion flames at elevated pressures: Experimental and computational investigations up to 2.0 MPa
419
Methane, ethane, and mixed clouds in Titanʹs atmosphere: Properties derived from microphysical modeling
420
Methane, nitrous oxide and ammonia emissions during storage and after application of dairy cattle slurry and influence of slurry treatment
421
Methane/air premixed combustion in a two-layer porous burner with different foam materials
422
Methane/ethane/propane mixture oxidation at high pressures and at high, intermediate and low temperatures
423
Methane/natural gas storage and delivered capacity for activated carbons in dry and wet conditions
424
Methane/propane mixture oxidation at high pressures and at high, intermediate and low temperatures
425
Methane-bearing aqueous fluid inclusions: Raman analysis, thermodynamic modelling and application to petroleum basins
426
Methane-dependent denitrification by a semi-partitioned reactor supplied separately with methane and oxygen
427
Methane-Derived Authigenic Carbonates (MDAC) in northern-central Adriatic Sea: Relationships between reservoir and methane seepages
428
Methane-derived authigenic carbonates along the North Anatolian fault system in the Sea of Marmara (Turkey)
429
Methane-derived authigenic carbonates from active hydrocarbon seeps of the St. Lawrence Estuary, Canada
430
Methane-derived authigenic carbonates from modern and paleoseeps on the Cascadia margin: Mechanisms of formation and diagenetic signals
431
Methane-derived authigenic carbonates from the Ulleung basin sediments, East Sea of Korea
432
Methane-dominated thermochemical sulphate reduction in the Triassic Feixianguan Formation East Sichuan Basin, China: towards prediction of fatal H2S concentrations
433
Methane-fueled IT-SOFCs with facile in situ inorganic templating synthesized mesoporous Sm0.2Ce0.8O1.9 as catalytic layer
434
Methane-induced early diagenesis of foraminiferal tests in the southwestern Greenland Sea
435
Methane-oxidizing activities and methanotrophic populations associated with wetland rice plants
436
Methane-reforming reactions over Ni/Ce-ZrO2/θ-Al2O3 catalysts Original Research Article
437
Methane-related authigenic carbonates from the Black Sea: geochemical characterisation and relation to seeping fluids
438
Methane-related authigenic carbonates of eastern Mediterranean Sea mud volcanoes and their possible relation to gas hydrate destabilisation
439
Methane-related authigenic carbonates of eastern Mediterranean Sea mud volcanoes and their possible relation to gas hydrate destabilisation
440
Methane-related carbonates formed at submarine hydrothermal springs: a new setting for microbially-derived carbonates?
441
Methane-related diamond crystallization in the Earthʹs mantle: Stable isotope evidences from a single diamond-bearing xenolith
442
Methane-rich fluid evolution of the Baogutu porphyry Cu–Mo–Au deposit, Xinjiang, NW China
443
Methane-rich fluid inclusions from ophiolitic dunite and post-collisional mafic–ultramafic intrusion: The mantle dynamics underneath the Palaeo-Asian Ocean through to the post-collisional period
444
Methane-rich fluid inclusions in skarn near the giant REE–Nb–Fe deposit at Bayan Obo, Northern China
445
Methane-rich fluid inclusions in the Proterozoic Zn–Pb–Ag deposit at Dugald River, NW Queensland: potential as an exploration guide
446
Methane-rich geothermal waters in the Pannonian Basin of Vojvodina (northern Serbia)
447
Methane-rich plumes in the Suruga Trough (Japan) and their carbon isotopic characterization
448
Methane-seep brachiopod fauna within turbidites of the Sinaia Formation, Eastern Carpathian Mountains, Romania
449
Methanesulfonamide group at position-4 of the C-5-phenyl ring of 1,5-diarylpyrazole affords a potent class of cyclooxygenase-2 (COX-2) inhibitors
450
Methanesulphonic acid (MSA) stratigraphy from a Talos Dome ice core as a tool in depicting sea ice changes and southern atmospheric circulation over the previous 140 years
451
Methane-suppressing effect of myristic acid in sheep as affected by dietary calcium and forage proportion
452
Methanethiol chemistry on TiO2-supported Ni clusters
453
Methanethiol degradation in anaerobic bioreactors at elevated pH ( 8): Reactor performance and microbial community analysis
454
Methanethiolate structural phases on Cu(1 0 0) and Cu(4 1 0)
455
Methanethiolate structural phases on Cu{1 1 1} observed using a novel fibre-optic low-energy electron diffraction instrument
456
Methanehydrocarbon interaction parameters correlation for the Peng-Robinson and the t-mPR equation of state
457
Methanococcus jannaschii ORF mj0608 Codes for a Class C Inorganic Pyrophosphatase Protected by Co2+ or Mn2+ Ions against Fluoride Inhibition
458
Methanodibenzosuberylpiperazines as potent multidrug resistance reversal agents
459
Methanofullerene-functionalized dendritic branches
460
Methanogen survival following exposure to desiccation, low pressure and martian regolith analogs
461
Methanogenesis and CO2 exchange in an ombrotrophic peat bog
462
Methanogenesis and methane emissions: effects of water table, substrate type and presence of Phragmites australis
463
Methanogenesis and sulfate reduction in marine sediments: A new model
464
Methanogenesis control by electrolytic oxygen production in microbial electrolysis cells
465
Methanogenesis control by employing various environmental stress conditions in two-chambered microbial fuel cells
466
Methanogenesis from acetate and propionate by thermophilic down-flow anaerobic packed-bed reactor
467
Methanogenesis in Eocene Arctic soils inferred from δ13C of tree fossil carbonates
468
Methanogenesis in the sediment of the acidic Lake Caviahue in Argentina
469
Methanogenesis of carbohydrates and their fermentation products by syntrophic methane producing bacteria isolated from freshwater sediments
470
Methanogenesis under acidic pH conditions in a semi-continuous reactor system
471
Methanogenic activities in anaerobic membrane bioreactors (AnMBR) treating synthetic municipal wastewater
472
Methanogenic activities of sulfide and nitric oxide amended mesophilic, methanogenic culture: Role of nitrososufides complex
473
Methanogenic activities on rice roots and plant residue and their contributions to methanogenesis in wetland rice field soil
474
Methanogenic activities on rice roots and plant residue and their contributions to methanogenesis in wetland rice field soil
475
Methanogenic activity optimization using the response surface methodology, during the anaerobic co-digestion of agriculture and industrial wastes. Microbial community diversity
476
Methanogenic archaeon as biogas producer in psychrophilic conditions
477
Methanogenic community and performance of fixed- and fluidized-bed reactors with reticular polyurethane foam with different pore sizes
478
Methanogenic degradation of p-cresol in batch and in continuous UASB reactors
479
Methanogenic diversity in anaerobic bioreactors under extremely high ammonia levels
480
Methanogenic population dynamics and performance of an anaerobic membrane bioreactor (AnMBR) treating swine manure under high shear conditions
481
Methanogenic population dynamics during startup of a full-scale anaerobic sequencing batch reactor treating swine waste
482
Methanogenic responses to exogenous substrates in anaerobic rice soils
483
Methanogenic responses to exogenous substrates in anaerobic rice soils
484
METHANOGENIC TOXICITY AND ANAEROBIC BIODEGRADATION OF CHEMICAL PRODUCTS IN USE IN A BREWERY
485
METHANOGENIC TOXICITY AND ANAEROBIC BIODEGRADATION OF CHEMICAL PRODUCTS IN USE IN A BREWERY
486
Methanogenic toxicity and continuous anaerobic treatment of wood processing effluents
487
Methanogenic toxicity in anaerobic digesters treating municipal wastewater
488
Methanol adsorbates on the DMFC cathode and their effect on the cell performance
489
Methanol adsorption and decomposition on image surface: A density functional theory study
490
Methanol adsorption in carbon nanotubes
491
Methanol adsorption on a CeO2(1 1 1)/Cu(1 1 1) thin film model catalyst
492
Methanol adsorption on an oxidized and a reduced SnO2 thin film
493
Methanol adsorption on magnesium oxide surface with defects: a DFT study
494
Methanol adsorption on Pd(1 1 0) and Ag/Pd(1 1 0) studied by high-resolution photoelectron spectroscopy
495
Methanol adsorption on Si(1 0 0)2×1 investigated by high-resolution photoemission
496
Methanol adsorption on silicon (0 0 1)
497
Methanol adsorption on SnO2 thin films with different morphologies
498
Methanol adsorption on SnO2 thin films with different morphologies
499
Methanol adsorption on soybean oil lamp created carbon nanomaterial
500
Methanol and acetaldehyde fluxes over ryegrass
501
Methanol and ammonia sensing characteristics of sol–gel derived thin film gas sensor
502
Methanol and ethanol electro-oxidation on Pt–SnO2 and Pt–Ta2O5 sol–gel-modified boron-doped diamond surfaces
503
Methanol and ethanol electroxidation using Pt electrodes prepared by the polymeric precursor method
504
Methanol and ethanol oxidation on carbon supported nanostructured Cu core Pt–Pd shell electrocatalysts synthesized via redox displacement
505
Methanol and ethanol steam reforming in membrane reactors: An experimental study
506
Methanol and formic acid electrooxidation on nafion modified Pd/Pt{1 1 1}: The role of anion specific adsorption in electrocatalytic activity
507
Methanol and gas crossover through modified Nafion membranes by incorporation of ionic liquid cations
508
Methanol and hydrogen oxidation kinetics in water at supercritical states
509
Methanol and water crossover in a passive liquid-feed direct methanol fuel cell
510
Methanol as a carbon source for microbiological treatment of acid mine drainage
511
Methanol as an agent for CO2 mitigation
512
Methanol chemical ionization quadrupole ion trap mass spectrometry of O-ethyl S-[2-(diisopropylamino)ethyl] methylphosphonothiolate (VX) and its degradation products
513
Methanol conditioning for improved performance of formic acid fuel cells
514
Methanol content of grappa made from New York grape pomace
515
Methanol contents of Turkish varietal wines and effect of processing
516
Methanol controllable chromophoric supramolecular switch investigated by electrospray mass spectrometry Original Research Article
517
Methanol conversion as a test for framework cobalt elucidation in CoAPSO molecular sieves Original Research Article
518
Methanol Conversion from Methane and Water Vapor by Electric Discharge (Effect of Electric Discharge Process on Methane Conversion)
519
Methanol Conversion from Methane and Water Vapor by Electric Discharge (Effect of Electric Discharge Process on Methane Conversion)
520
Methanol conversion on SAPO-34 catalysts prepared by mixed template method Original Research Article
521
Methanol conversion on SAPO-34: reaction condition for fixed-bed reactor Original Research Article
522
Methanol conversion over acid solid catalysts
523
Methanol conversion to hydrocarbons on porous aluminosilicates Original Research Article
524
Methanol conversion to light alkenes over SAPO-34 molecular sieves synthesized using various sources of silicon and aluminium Original Research Article
525
Methanol conversion to light olefins over nanostructured CeAPSO-34 catalyst: Thermodynamic analysis of overall reactions and effect of template type on catalytic properties and performance
526
Methanol conversion to olefins (MTO) over H-ZSM-5: Evidence of product distribution governed by methanol conversion
527
Methanol crossover and selectivity of nafion/heteropolyacid/montmorillonite nanocomposite proton exchange membranes for DMFC applications
528
Methanol crossover in direct methanol fuel cells: a link between power and energy density
529
Methanol crossover reduction by Nafion modification via layer-by-layer self-assembly techniques
530
Methanol crossover reduction by Nafion modification with palladium composite nanoparticles: Application to direct methanol fuel cells
531
Methanol crossover studies on heat-treated Nafion® membranes
532
Methanol crossover through PtRu/Nafion composite membrane for a direct methanol fuel cell
533
Methanol decomposition fuel processor for portable power applications
534
Methanol Decomposition on Cu(111): A DFT Study
535
Methanol decomposition on electrospun zirconia nanofibers
536
Methanol decomposition on Ru(0001) during continuous exposure at room temperature
537
Methanol decomposition on Ru(0001) during continuous exposure at room temperature
538
Methanol decomposition on the β-Ga2O3 (1 0 0) surface: A DFT approach
539
Methanol decomposition over Pd simultaneously deposited with support oxide onto quartz plates Original Research Article
540
Methanol decomposition to synthesis gas at low temperature over palladium supported on ceria–zirconia solid solutions Original Research Article
541
Methanol degradation in granular sludge reactors at sub-optimal metal concentrations: role of iron, nickel and cobalt
542
Methanol dehydration into dimethylether over ZSM-5 type zeolites: Raise in the operational temperature range Original Research Article
543
Methanol dehydration over alkali-modified H-ZSM-5; effect of temperature and water dilution on products distribution
544
Methanol dehydration over commercially available zeolites: Effect of hydrophobicity
545
Methanol dehydration to dimethyl ether in a platelet milli-reactor filled with H-ZSM5/SiC foam catalyst Original Research Article
546
Methanol dehydration to dimethyl ether in a staged autothermal millisecond residence time reactor Original Research Article
547
Methanol dehydration to dimethyl ether over highly porous xerogel alumina catalyst: Flow rate effect
548
Methanol dehydrogenation in a slurry reactor: evaluation of copper chromite and iron/titanium catalysts
549
Methanol diffusion in polyimides: A molecular description
550
Methanol diffusion in water swollen ionomer membranes for DMFC applications
551
Methanol dissociative adsorption on Pt(1 0 0) as studied by nonlinear vibrational spectroscopy
552
Methanol droplet extinction in carbon-dioxide-enriched environments in microgravity
553
Methanol electrochemical oxidation at nanometer-scale PtRu materials
554
Methanol electro-oxidation and induced sintering on Pt nanoclusters supported on thin-film Al2O3/NiAl(1 0 0)
555
Methanol electrooxidation at Pt–Ru–W sputter deposited on Au substrate
556
Methanol electro-oxidation by a ternary Pt–Ru–Cu catalyst identified by a combinatorial approach
557
Methanol electrooxidation of Pt catalyst on titanium nitride nanostructured support Original Research Article
558
Methanol electrooxidation on a nickel electrode modified by nickel–dimethylglyoxime complex formed by electrochemical synthesis
559
Methanol electrooxidation on carbon supported Aucore–Ptshell nanoparticles synthesized by an epitaxial growth method
560
Methanol electro-oxidation on carbon-supported and Pt-modified Au nanoparticles
561
Methanol Electrooxidation on Carbon-Supported Pt3Ru2Sn Ternary Catalyst
562
Methanol electro-oxidation on Ni@Pd core-shell nanoparticles supported on multi-walled carbon nanotubes in alkaline media
563
Methanol electro-oxidation on platinum and platinum-tin alloy catalysts dispersed on active carbon
564
Methanol electrooxidation on platinum spontaneously deposited on unsupported and carbon-supported ruthenium nanoparticles
565
Methanol Electrooxidation on Platinum/Ruthenium Nanoparticle Catalysts
566
Methanol electrooxidation on Pt particles dispersed into PANI/SWNT composite films
567
Methanol electro-oxidation on Pt/C modified by polyaniline nanofibers for DMFC applications
568
Methanol electrooxidation on PtRu nanoparticles supported on functionalised carbon black
569
Methanol electrooxidation on synthesized PtRu nanocatalyst supported on acetylene black in half cell and in direct methanol fuel cell
570
Methanol Elevates Cytosolic Calcium Ions in Cultured Canine Cerebral Vascular Smooth Muscle Cells: Possible Relation to CNS Toxicity
571
Methanol Formation from Dichloromethane under Hydrothermal Conditions
572
Methanol formation from methane partial oxidation in CH4–O2–NO gaseous phase at atmospheric pressure Original Research Article
573
Methanol formation on Fe/Al-MFI via the oxidation of methane by nitrous oxide
574
Methanol fraction of Calliandra portoricensis root bark activates caspases via alteration in mitochondrial viability in vivo
575
Methanol from synthesis gas over cluster-derived FeIr/MgO catalysts Original Research Article
576
Methanol fuel processor and PEM fuel cell modeling for mobile application
577
Methanol Half-Life During Ethanol Administration: Implications for Management of Methanol Poisoning, ,
578
Methanol infrastructure — will it affect the introduction of SPFC vehicles?
579
Methanol inhibition and CO2 injection effects on hydrate phase equilibria: Experimental and modeling investigation
580
Methanol interaction with NO2: An attempt to identify intermediate compounds in CH4-SCR of NO with Co/Pd-HFER catalyst
581
Methanol Intoxication With Retinal Injury by Intravenous Injection
582
Methanol measurements in the lower troposphere near Innsbruck (047°16′N; 011°24′E), Austria
583
Methanol metabolism in the Asian corn borer, Ostrinia furnacalis (Guenée) (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae)
584
Methanol on Co(0 0 0 1): XPS, TDS, WF and LEED results
585
Methanol opportunities for electricity and hydrogen production in bioelectrochemical systems
586
Methanol oxidation activities of Pt nanoparticles supported on microporous carbon with and without a graphitic shell Original Research Article
587
Methanol oxidation and photo-oxidation at Pt/WO3 electrocatalysts on graphite substrates
588
Methanol oxidation as a catalytic surface probe Review Article
589
Methanol oxidation as probe reaction for active sites in Au/ZnO and Au/TiO2 catalysts
590
Methanol oxidation at platinum electrodes in alkaline solution: comparison between supported catalysts and model systems
591
Methanol oxidation by pEDOT-pSS/PtRu in DMFC
592
Methanol oxidation catalysis and substructure of PtRu bimetallic nanoparticles Original Research Article
593
Methanol oxidation catalysis and substructure of PtRu/C bimetallic nanoparticles synthesized by a radiolytic process Original Research Article
594
Methanol oxidation efficiencies on carbon-nanotube-supported platinum and platinum–ruthenium nanoparticles prepared by pulsed electrodeposition
595
Methanol oxidation on carbon supported Pt–Ru catalysts prepared by electrodeposition – Evaluation of Nafion® 117 film effect
596
Methanol oxidation on carbon-supported Pt–Ru–Ni ternary nanoparticle electrocatalysts
597
Methanol oxidation on hybrid catalysts: PtRu/C nanostructures promoted with cerium and titanium oxides
598
Methanol oxidation on LaBO3 (B = Co, Mn, Fe) perovskite-type catalysts prepared by reactive grinding Original Research Article
599
Methanol oxidation on LaCo mixed oxide supported onto MCM-41 molecular sieve
600
Methanol oxidation on MoO3 promoted Pt/C electrocatalyst
601
Methanol oxidation on Pt, PtRu, and colloidal Pt electrocatalysts: a DEMS study of product formation
602
Methanol oxidation on the polymer coated and polymer-stabilized Pt nano-particles: A comparative study of permeability and catalyst particle distribution ability of the PANI and its derivatives
603
Methanol oxidation on VSiBEA zeolites: Influence of V content on the catalytic properties
604
Methanol oxidation over model cobalt catalysts: Influence of the cobalt oxidation state on the reactivity
605
Methanol oxidation over vanadia-based catalysts Original Research Article
606
Methanol oxidation over ZrO2–SiO2 supported phosphomolybdic acid Original Research Article
607
Methanol oxidation reaction activity of microwave-irradiated and heat-treated Pt/Co and Pt/Ni nano-electrocatalysts
608
Methanol oxidation reaction on PtSnO2 obtained by microwave-assisted chemical reduction
609
Methanol oxidation reaction on Ti/RuO2(x)Pt(1−x) electrodes prepared by the polymeric precursor method
610
Methanol oxidation reforming over a ZnO-Cr2O3/CeO2-ZrO2/Al2O3 catalyst in a monolithic reactor
611
Methanol oxidative dehydrogenation in a packed-bed membrane reactor: yield optimization experiments and model
612
Methanol oxidative dehydrogenation on nanostructured composite membranes Original Research Article
613
Methanol oxidative dehydrogenation on nanostructured vanadium-containing composite membranes
614
Methanol partial oxidation on carbon-supported Pt and Pd catalysts
615
Methanol partial oxidation on Cu–Zn thin films grown on Ni(1 0 0) surface
616
Methanol permeability and proton conductivity of a semi-interpenetrating polymer networks (IPNs) membrane composed of Nafion® and cross-linked DVB
617
Methanol permeability and proton conductivity of Nafion membranes modified electrochemically with polyaniline
618
Methanol permeability and proton conductivity of sulfonated co-polyimide membranes
619
Methanol permeability in sulfonated poly(etheretherketone) membranes: A comparison with Nafion membranes
620
Methanol permeation and proton conductivity of acid-doped poly(N-ethylbenzimidazole) and poly(N-methylbenzimidazole)
621
Methanol plug assisted sweeping-micellar electrokinetic chromatography for the determination of dopamine in urine by violet light emitting diode-induced fluorescence detection
622
Methanol poisoning and heparin: A dangerous couple?
623
Methanol Poisoning and Its Treatment
624
Methanol Poisoning as a Trigger for the Presentation of Diabetes Mellitus: A Case Report
625
Methanol production by gasification using a geographically explicit model
626
Methanol production FPSO plant concept using multiple microchannel unit operations
627
Methanol production from steel-work off-gases and biomass based synthesis gas
628
Methanol production in an optimized dual-membrane fixed-bed reactor
629
Methanol production via pressurized entrained flow biomass gasification – Techno-economic comparison of integrated vs. stand-alone production
630
Methanol recycling in the production of biodiesel in a membrane reactor
631
Methanol reference values in urine from inhabitants of Brazil
632
Methanol reformate treatment in a PEM fuel cell-reactor
633
Methanol reformation for hydrogen production from a single channel with cavities
634
Methanol reformer integrated phosphoric acid fuel cell (PAFC) based compact plant for field deployment
635
Methanol release during fermentation of red grapes treated with pectolytic enzymes
636
Methanol removal efficiency and bacterial diversity of an activated carbon biofilter
637
Methanol resistant ruthenium electrocatalysts for oxygen reduction synthesized by pyrolysis of Ru3(CO)12 in different atmospheres
638
Methanol selective gas sensor based on nano-structured conducting polypyrrole prepared by electrochemically on interdigital electrodes for biodiesel analysis
639
Methanol solvation of excess electrons on charge pockets in molecular surfaces
640
Methanol solvation of the Ag+ ion probed with infrared photodissociation spectroscopy of Ag+(CH3OH)n (n = 1–5)
641
Methanol sorption and permeability in Nafion and acid-doped PBI and ABPBI membranes
642
Methanol Steam Reforming Catalyzing over Cu/Zn/Fe Mixed Oxide Catalysts
643
Methanol steam reforming for hydrogen generation via conventional and membrane reactors: A review
644
Methanol steam reforming in a compact plate-fin reformer for fuel-cell systems
645
Methanol steam reforming in a dense Pd–Ag membrane reactor: The pressure and WHSV effects on CO-free H2 production
646
Methanol steam reforming in a dual-bed membrane reactor for producing PEMFC grade hydrogen
647
Methanol steam reforming in a fuel cell drive system
648
Methanol steam reforming in a planar wash coated microreactor integrated with a micro-combustor
649
Methanol steam reforming in an Al2O3 supported thin Pd-layer membrane reactor over Cu/ZnO/Al2O3 catalyst
650
Methanol steam reforming in single-fiber packed bed Pd–Ag membrane reactor: Experiments and modeling
651
Methanol steam reforming integrated with oxidation in a conical annulus micro-reactor
652
Methanol steam reforming over bimetallic Pd–In/Al2O3 catalysts in a microstructured reactor Original Research Article
653
Methanol steam reforming over Cu/ZnO/Al2O3 catalyst: kinetics and effectiveness factor Original Research Article
654
Methanol steam reforming over ex-hydrotalcite Cu–Zn–Al catalysts Original Research Article
655
Methanol steam reforming over paper-like composites of Cu/ZnO catalyst and ceramic fiber Original Research Article
656
Methanol steam reforming over Pd/ZnO and Pd/CeO2 catalysts Original Research Article
657
Methanol steam reforming over Pd/ZnO: Catalyst preparation and pretreatment studies
658
Methanol steam reforming reaction in a Pd–Ag membrane reactor for CO-free hydrogen production
659
Methanol steam reforming: CO2-selective Pd2Ga phases supported on α- and γ-Ga2O3 Original Research Article
660
Methanol steam reforming; Effects of various metal oxides on the properties of a Cu-based catalyst
661
Methanol synthesis
662
Methanol synthesis at near-critical conditions combined with ATR synthesis gas technology: The technology choice for large-scale methanol production
663
Methanol synthesis by hydrogenation of CO2 over a Zn-deposited Cu(111): formate intermediate
664
Methanol synthesis catalyst manufacturing using the green solid-state method
665
Methanol synthesis from carbon dioxide on CuO-ZnO-A 2O3 catalysts
666
Methanol synthesis from CO2 and H2 over a Cu/ZnO-based multicomponent catalyst
667
Methanol synthesis from CO2 and H2 over silver catalyst
668
Methanol synthesis from CO2 hydrogenation over Cu based catalyst supported on zirconia modified γ-Al2O3
669
Methanol synthesis from CO2, CO and H2 over Cu(1 0 0) and Cu(1 0 0) modified by Ni and Co Original Research Article
670
Methanol synthesis from CO2/H2 using Ga2O3–Pd/silica catalysts: Impact of reaction products
671
Methanol synthesis from CO2-rich syngas over a ZrO2 doped CuZnO catalyst
672
Methanol synthesis from flue-gas CO2 and renewable electricity: a feasibility study
673
Methanol synthesis from syngas obtained by supercritical water reforming of glycerol
674
Methanol synthesis from syngas over supported palladium catalysts prepared using water-in-oil microemulsion Original Research Article
675
Methanol synthesis in a fluidized-bed reactor coupled with an external heat exchanger: The effect of feedback deformation
676
Methanol synthesis on Cu—Zn—Al and Cu—Zn—Al—Mn catalysts Original Research Article
677
Methanol synthesis over Pd/SiO2 with narrow Pd size distribution prepared by using MCM-41 as a support precursor
678
Methanol synthesis reactions over a CuZr based catalyst investigated using periodic variations of reactant concentrations Original Research Article
679
Methanol synthesis, science and engineering: by J. Skrzypek, J. Sloczynski and S. Ledakowicz, PWN Polish Acad. of Sciences, Gliwice, 1994, ISBN 83-01-11490-8, 158 pp., $88.00
680
Methanol technology developments for the new millennium Original Research Article
681
Methanol to gasoline over zeolite H-ZSM-5: Improved catalyst performance by treatment with NaOH Original Research Article
682
Methanol to hydrocarbons over large cavity zeolites: Toward a unified description of catalyst deactivation and the reaction mechanism
683
Methanol to hydrocarbons over zeolites with MWW topology: Effect of zeolite texture and acidity Original Research Article
684
Methanol to olefin conversion catalysts
685
Methanol to olefins using ZSM-5 zeolite catalyst membrane reactor
686
Methanol tolerance of a mediated, biocatalytic oxygen cathode
687
Methanol tolerant oxygen reduction on carbon-supported Pt–Ni alloy nanoparticles
688
Methanol Toxicity and Formate Oxidation in NEUT2 Mice
689
Methanol vapor sorption in plasma polymerized thin films
690
Methanol, ethanol and ethylene glycol electro-oxidation at Pt and Pt–Ru catalysts electrodeposited over oxidized carbon nanotubes
691
Methanol, is it a developmental risk to humans?
692
Methanol, pectin and pectinesterase changes during soybean seed maturation
693
Methanol/acetone treatment helps the amplification of FMR1 CGG repeat fragment in dried blood spots from Guthrie cards
694
Methanol/air fuel cells: catalytic aspects and experimental diagnostics
695
Methanol/dimethyl ether to light olefins over SAPO-34: Comprehensive comparison of the products distribution and catalyst performance
696
Methanol: experience in predicting lengths of hemodialysis therapy
697
Methanol-based industrial biotechnology: current status and future perspectives of methylotrophic bacteria
698
Methanol-blocking Nafion composite membranes fabricated by layer-by-layer self-assembly for direct methanol fuel cells
699
Methanol-driven structuring of Au–Pt bimetallic nanoclusters on a thin film of Al2O3/NiAl(100)
700
Methanol-driven structuring of Au–Pt bimetallic nanoclusters on a thin film of Al2O3/NiAl(100)
701
Methanol-enhanced chemical interesterification of sunflower oil with methyl acetate
702
Methanolic Extract from Aerial Parts of Artemisia Annua L. Induces Cytotoxicity and Enhances Vincristine-Induced Anticancer Effect in Pre-B Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia Cells
703
Methanolic extract of Coptis japonica Makino reduces photosensitized oxidation of oils
704
Methanolic Fractions of Ornithogalum cuspidatum Induce Apoptosis in PC-3 Prostate Cancer Cell Line and WEHI-164 Fibrosarcoma Cancer Cell Line
705
Methanolic leaf extract of Punica granatum attenuates ischemiareperfusion brain injury in Wistar rats: Potential antioxidant and anti-inflammatory mechanisms
706
Methanol-induced biological nutrient removal kinetics in a full-scale sequencing batch reactor
707
Methanol-laced moonshine kills 140 in Kenya
708
Methanol-mediated benzimidazolamidocavitand
709
Methanol-mediated extraction for coal liquid (2) — the effect of phase separation caused by methanol on naphtha fraction derived from Wyoming coal
710
Methanol-mediated growth of carbon nanotubes
711
Methanol-selective membranes for the pervaporative separation of methanol–toluene mixtures
712
Methanol–steam reforming on Cu/ZnO/Al2O3 catalysts. Part 2. A comprehensive kinetic model Original Research Article
713
Methanol–steam reforming on Cu/ZnO/Al2O3. Part 1: the reaction network Original Research Article
714
Methanol-steam reforming over a ZnO–Cr2O3/CeO2–ZrO2/Al2O3 catalyst
715
Methanol-to-Hydrocarbons Product Distribution over SAPO-34 and ZSM-5 Catalysts: The applicability of Thermodynamic Equilibrium and Anderson-Schulz-Flory Distribution
716
Methanol-tolerant carbon aerogel-supported Pt–Au catalysts for direct methanol fuel cell
717
Methanol-tolerant cathode electrode structure composed of heterogeneous composites to overcome methanol crossover effects for direct methanol fuel cell
718
Methanol-tolerant MoN electrocatalyst synthesized through heat treatment of molybdenum tetraphenylporphyrin for four-electron oxygen reduction reaction
719
Methanol-to-olefin conversion over H-MCM-22 and H-ITQ-2 zeolites
720
Methanolysis and Phenolysis Routes to Fe6, Fe8, and Fe10 Complexes and Their Magnetic Properties: A New Type of Fe8 Ferric Wheel
721
Methanolysis of ethyl esters of N-acetyl amino acids catalyzed by cyclosophoraoses isolated from Rhizobium meliloti Original Research Article
722
Methanolysis of nitrile-functionalised pendant arm derivatives of 1,4,7-triazacyclononane upon coordination to CuII
723
Methanolysis of Si(OCH3)4 and Al(OCH3)3 alkoxides: A comparative study with DFT method
724
Methanolysis of soybean oil in the presence of tin(IV) complexes Original Research Article
725
Methanolysis of styrene oxide catalysed by a highly efficient zirconium-doped mesoporous silica Original Research Article
726
Methanolysis of sunflower oil catalyzed by acidic Ta2O5 supported on SBA-15 Original Research Article
727
Methanolysis of sunflower oil using gem-diamines as active organocatalysts for biodiesel production Original Research Article
728
Methanolysis of triolein by low frequency ultrasonic irradiation
729
Methanolysis of used frying oil
730
Methanolysis optimization of sesame (Sesamumindicum) oil to biodiesel and fuel quality characterization
731
Methanosarcina domination in anaerobic sequencing batch reactor at short hydraulic retention time
732
Methanosarcina spp., the key to relieve the start-up of a thermophilic anaerobic digestion suffering from high acetic acid loads
733
Methanothermobacter thermautotrophicus tRNAGln Confines the Amidotransferase GatCAB to Asparaginyl-tRNAAsn Formation
734
Methanotrophic activity in a diffusive methane/oxygen counter-gradient in an unsaturated porous medium
735
Methanotrophic communities in a landfill cover soil as revealed by [13C] PLFAs and respiratory quinones: Impact of high methane addition and landfill leachate irrigation
736
Methanotrophic communities in a landfill cover soil as revealed by [13C] PLFAs and respiratory quinones: Impact of high methane addition and landfill leachate irrigation
737
Methanotrophs regulated atmospheric sulfur isotope anomalies during the Mesoarchean (Tumbiana Formation, Western Australia)
738
Methaqualone derivatives are potent noncompetitive AMPA receptor antagonists
739
Methcathinone Intoxication in the Rat: Abrogation by Dextrorphan, , ,
740
Methemoglobinemia by cerium nitrate poisoning
741
Methemoglobinemia complicating topical lidocaine used during endoscopic procedures
742
Methemoglobinemia From Perineal Application of an Anesthetic Cream, ,
743
Methemoglobinemia secondary to topical silver nitrate therapy—a case report
744
Methemoglobinemia: Etiology, Pharmacology, and Clinical Management, Review Article
745
Methenyltetrahydrofolate Cyclohydrolase Catalyzes the Synthesis of (6S)-5-Formyltetrahydrofolate
746
Methenyltetrahydrofolate synthetase is a high-affinity catecholamine-binding protein
747
Methicillin resistance and selective genetic determinants of Staphylococcus aureus isolates with bovine mastitis milk origin
748
Methicillin Resistance in Staphylococcus aureus: A Review of the Molecular Epidemiology, Clinical Significance and Laboratory Detection Methods
749
Methicillin resistant and susceptible Staphylococcus aureus: Appraising therapeutic approaches in the Northwest of Iran
750
Methicillin Resistant Staphylococci: Prevalence and susceptibility patterns in a burn center in Ahvaz from 2013-2014
751
Methicillin resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) carriage in different free-living wild animal species in Spain
752
Methicillin resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) in pastry cream products sold in Amol (Iran)
753
Methicillin Resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) Strains and the Staphy-lococcal Cassette Chromosome mec Types in Iran
754
Methicillin Resistant Staphylococcus aureus in Children
755
Methicillin Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus in Ventilator Associated ‎Pneumonia in Toxicological Intensive Care Unit
756
Methicillin Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus Screening of Inpatients in a Rehabilitation Facility: Emphasizing Standard Precautions
757
Methicillin Resistant Staphylococcus aureus: Awareness, Knowledge and Disposition to Screening among Healthcare Workers in Critical Care Units of a Nigerian Hospital
758
Methicillin-Reitant taphylococcu aureu Infectiou Keratiti Following Refractive urgery Original Reearch Article
759
Methicillin-resistant and -sensitive Staphylococcus aureus nasal colonization of insulin-dependent children with juvenile onset diabetes mellitus
760
Methicillin-Resistant S. aureus Infections among Patients in the Emergency Department
761
Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcal enterocolitis
762
Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus
763
Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) an important microorganism: determination of its prevalence and evaluation of its associated factors in hospitalized dermatologic patients
764
Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) and Pseudomonas aeruginosa isolation from pharyngeal swab cultures among the Japanese elderly at admission to a geriatric hospital
765
Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) in foods of animal origin product in Italy
766
Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) in the community
767
Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) in the community: whoʹs watching?
768
Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) mitral valve acute bacterial endocarditis (ABE) in a patient with Job’s syndrome (hyperimmunoglobulin E syndrome) successfully treated with linezolid and high-dose daptomycin
769
Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) on the skin of long-term hospitalised horses
770
Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus and Acinetobacter baumannii: An unexpected difference in epidemiologic behavior
771
Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus and vancomycin-resistant enterococci
772
Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus and vancomycin-resistant enterococci
773
Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus and vancomycin-resistant enterococci
774
Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus and vancomycin-resistant enterococci
775
Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus and vancomycin-resistant enterococci
776
Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus in burns patients—why all the fuss?
777
Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus in Melanesian Children with Haematogenous Osteomyelitis from the Central Highlands of Papua New Guinea
778
Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus in the community
779
Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus in the community
780
Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus aureus Isolated From Various Types of Hospital Infections in Pediatrics: Panton-Valentine Leukocidin, Staphylococcal Chromosomal Cassette mec SCCmec Phenotypes and Antibiotic Resistance Properties
781
Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus outbreak: A consensus panelʹs definition and management guidelines
782
Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus Pneumonia After Thoracic Surgery: Successful Treatment With Linezolid After Failed Vancomycin Therapy
783
Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus prosthetic aortic valve endocarditis with paravalvular abscess treated with daptomycin
784
Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus Suppurative Thyroiditis with Thyrotoxicosis
785
Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus aureus Using Broth Micro Dilution Method in Iran: A Meta-Analysis (2007-2016)
786
Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus versus the burn patient
787
Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus, Clostridium difficile, and extended-spectrum β-lactamase–producing Escherichia coli in the community: Assessing the problem and controlling the spread
788
Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus: : Long-term care concerns
789
Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus epidermidis in Iran: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis
790
Methicillin-resistant Staphylococus aureus and vancomycin-resistant enterococci: therapeutic realities and possibilities
791
Methidathion degradation in soil amended with biosolids and a cationic surfactant: use of different kinetic models
792
Methidathion Resistance Mechanisms in Amblyseius womersleyi Schicha (Acari: Phytoseiidae)
793
Methilin-Resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) Protocols, Methods in Molecular Biology, Yinduo Ji (Ed.), vol. 391, Humana Press, USA, x + 264 pp., hardback, $ 99.50, ISBN 978-1-588-29-655-9,
794
Methimazole complexes of platinum(II): Synthesis, characterization and redox behavior
795
Methimazole increases H2O2 toxicity in human thyroid epithelial cells
796
Methimazole-induced hypothyroidism causes cellular damage in the spleen, heart, liver, lung and kidney
797
Methinks it is like a folding curve Original Research Article
798
Methiocarb-induced oxidative damage following subacute exposure and the protective effects of vitamin E and taurine in rats
799
Methionine Adenosyltransferase as a Useful Molecular Systematics Tool Revealed by Phylogenetic and Structural Analyses
800
Methionine aminopeptidase (type 2) is the common target for angiogenesis inhibitors AGM-1470 and ovalicin Original Research Article
801
Methionine Aminopeptidases from Mycobacterium tuberculosis as Novel Antimycobacterial Targets Original Research Article
802
Methionine analogues as inhibitors of methionyl-tRNA synthetase
803
Methionine analogues HMB and HMBi increase the abundance of cellulolytic bacterial representatives in the rumen of cattle with no direct effects on fibre degradation
804
Methionine Biosynthesis in Higher Plants .II. Purification and Characterization of Cystathionine β-Lyase from Spinach Chloroplasts
805
Methionine Biosynthesis in Higher-Plants .1. Purification and Characterization of Cystathionine γ-Synthase from Spinach Chloroplasts
806
Methionine concentration in the diet has a tissue-specific effect on chromosomal stability in female mice
807
Methionine dependency and cancer treatment
808
Methionine elicits H2O2 generation and defense gene expression in grapevine and reduces Plasmopara viticola infection
809
Methionine Enkephalin Is Hydrolyzed by Aminopeptidase N on CD4+ and CD8+ Spleen T Cells
810
Methionine homozygosity at prion gene codon 129 may predispose to sporadic inclusion-body myositis
811
Methionine in the multifactorial etiology of neural tube defect affected pregnancies
812
Methionine Inhibits Autophagy and Promotes Growth by Inducing the SAM-Responsive Methylation of PP2A
813
Methionine inhibits cellular growth dependent on the p53 status of cells
814
Methionine loading in a Downs syndrome patient with cerebral infarction
815
Methionine oxidation as a major cause of the functional impairment of oxidized actin
816
Methionine oxidation by peroxymonocarbonate, a reactive oxygen species formed from CO2/bicarbonate and hydrogen peroxide
817
Methionine restriction induces apoptosis of prostate cancer cells via the c-Jun N-terminal kinase-mediated signaling pathway
818
Methionine S-Oxidation in Human and Rabbit Liver Microsomes: Evidence for a High-Affinity Methionine S-Oxidase Activity That Is Distinct from Flavin-Containing Monooxygenase 3
819
Methionine sulfoxide reductase A attenuates heme oxygenase-1 induction through inhibition of Nrf2 activation
820
Methionine sulfoxide reductase A protects dopaminergic cells from Parkinsonʹs disease-related insults
821
Methionine Sulfoxide Reductase B Displays a High Level of Flexibility
822
Methionine sulfoxide reductase B3 deficiency inhibits cell growth through the activation of p53–p21 and p27 pathways
823
Methionine sulfoxide reductase contributes to meeting dietary methionine requirements
824
Methionine Sulfoximine May Improve Inflammation in Autism, A Novel Hypothesized Treatment for Autism
825
Methionine Supplementation Options in Poultry
826
Methionine synthase reductaseMTRR 66A > G has no effect on total homocysteine, folate, and Vitamin B12 concentrations in renal transplant patients
827
Methionine synthase, : a possible prime site of the ethanolic lesion in liver
828
Methionine Toxicity in the Rat in Relation to Hepatic Accumulation of S-Adenosylmethionine: Prevention by Dietary Stimulation of the Hepatic Transsulfuration Pathway
829
Methionine-121 coordination determines metal specificity in unfolded Pseudomonas aeruginosa azurin
830
Methionine-enkephalin stimulates interleukin-6 mRNA expression:: Human plasma levels in coronary artery bypass grafting
831
Methionine-hydroxy analogue was found to be significantly less bioavailable compared to DL-methionine for protein deposition in growing pigs
832
Methionine-loading test: evaluation of adverse effects and safety in an epidemiological study
833
Methionine-stress: A pleiotropic approach in enhancing the efficacy of chemotherapy
834
Methionine-Supplemented Diet Increases the General Performance and Value of Rahmani Lambs
835
Methionyl adenylate analogues as inhibitors of methionyl-tRNA synthetase
836
METHIS: Mercury thermal infrared spectrometer Original Research Article
837
Methocarbamol: Adjunct therapy for pain management in breast augmentation
838
Method and advantages of genetic algorithms in parameterization of interatomic potentials: Metal oxides
839
Method and apparatus for automatically switching and charging multiple batteries
840
Method and apparatus for charging and discharging electric energy
841
Method and apparatus for comminuting moist mineral material
842
Method and apparatus for controlling battery charging current
843
Method and apparatus for controlling thermal runaway in a battery backup system
844
Method and apparatus for current compensation of a battery in a charger
845
Method and apparatus for extracting precious metals from their ores and the product thereof
846
Method and apparatus for measuring the tendency of solid biofuels to bridge over openings
847
Method and apparatus for monitoring discharge of a battery device based on battery self-discharge and discharge over time
848
Method and apparatus for on-line estimation of soil parameters during excavation
849
Method and apparatus for pyrolysis—Porous layer open tubular column—Cryoadsorption headspace sampling and analysis
850
Method and apparatus for separation by flotation
851
Method and basis set analysis of oxorhenium(V) complexes for theoretical calculations
852
Method and bias
853
Method and context perspectives on learning and knowledge creation in quality management
854
Method and Demonstration of Direct Confirmation of Response to Cardiac Resynchronization Therapy Via Preimplant Temporary Biventricular Pacing and Impedance Cardiography
855
Method and device for charging and conditioning batteries
856
Method and device for vehicle fuel cell dynamic power control
857
Method and device to measure 137Cs soil contamination in-situ
858
Method and device to measure 137Cs soil contamination in-situ
859
Method and implementation for investigating code clones in a software system
860
Method and mechanism of vapor phase treatment–total reflection X-ray fluorescence for trace element analysis on silicon wafer surface
861
Method and mechanism of vapor phase treatment–total reflection X-ray fluorescence for trace element analysis on silicon wafer surface
862
Method and program for decay scheme reconstruction based on formal logical analysis of gamma-gamma coincidence matrix
863
Method and program for decay scheme reconstruction based on formal logical analysis of gamma-gamma coincidence matrix
864
Method and software for coordinated tuning of power system regulators
865
Method and system for controlling output of fuel cell power generator
866
Method and system for detecting full charge of a rechargeable battery in a portable computer system
867
Method and system for Multi-Attribute Market Value Assessment in analysis of construction and retrofit projects
868
Method and Timing of Rye Control Affects Soybean Development and Resource Utilization
869
Method and uncertainties to determine phase boundaries from isochoric data
870
Method and Value of Digital Recording of Operations for Congenital Heart Disease
871
Method based on broadband compressed pulse superposition to measure properties of underwater acoustic materials
872
Method based on isotope ratio mass spectrometry for evaluation of carbon activation in the reactor graphite Original Research Article
873
Method based on solid-phase microextraction–high-performance liquid chromatography with UV and electrochemical detection to determine estrogenic compounds in water samples
874
Method comparison for the determination of total cyanide in deposited blast furnace sludge
875
Method comparison for the determination of total cyanide in deposited blast furnace sludge Original Research Article
876
Method comparisons of vehicle emissions measurements in the fort mchenry and Tuscarora mountain tunnels
877
Method configuration: adapting to situational characteristics while creating reusable assets
878
METHOD CORROBORATION FOR THE DETERMINATION OF HIGH CONCENTRATION OF CHROMIUM IN VARIOUS ALLOYS USING ATOMIC ABSORPTION SPECTROPHOTOMETRY
879
Method dependency of relationships between specific surface area and soil physicochemical properties
880
Method design and validation for the determination of uranium levels in human urine using high-resolution alpha spectrometry
881
Method development and cultivar-related differences of nine biogenic amines in Ontario wines
882
Method development and implementation for co-planar polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs)
883
Method development and optimization for the determination of selenium in bean and soil samples using hydride generation electrothermal atomic absorption spectrometry
884
Method development and validation for boscalid in blueberries by solid-phase microextraction gas chromatography, and their degradation kinetics
885
Method development and validation for isoflavones quantification in coffee
886
Method development and validation for monitoring in vivo oxidative stress: Evaluation of lipid peroxidation and fat-soluble vitamin status by HPLC in rat plasma
887
Method development and validation for optimised separation of salicylic, acetyl salicylic and ascorbic acid in pharmaceutical formulations by hydrophilic interaction chromatography and response surface methodology
888
Method development and validation for optimized separation of benzo[a]pyrene–quinone isomers using liquid chromatography–mass spectrometry and chemometric response surface methodology
889
Method development and validation for quantitative determination of methadone enantiomers in human plasma by liquid chromatography/tandem mass spectrometry
890
Method development and validation for simultaneous determination of lumefantrine and its major metabolite, desbutyl lumefantrine in human plasma using RP-HPLC/UV detection
891
Method development and validation for strobilurin fungicides in baby foods by solid-phase microextraction gas chromatography–mass spectrometry
892
Method development and validation for the chiral separation of peptides in the presence of cyclodextrins using capillary electrophoresis and experimental design
893
Method development and validation for the determination of 2,4,6-tribromoanisole, 2,4,6-tribromophenol, 2,4,6-trichloroanisole, and 2,4,6-trichlorophenol in various drug products using stir bar sorptive extraction and gas chromatography–tandem mass spectr
894
Method development and validation for the separation and determination of omeprazole enantiomers in pharmaceutical preparations by capillary electrophoresis Original Research Article
895
Method development and validation for the simultaneous determination of dyes in foodstuffs by capillary zone electrophoresis Original Research Article
896
Method development and validation for the simultaneous determination of fluoxetine and fluvoxamine in pharmaceutical preparations by capillary electrophoresis Original Research Article
897
Method development and validation for the simultaneous determination of imatinib mesylate and N-desmethyl imatinib using rapid resolution high performance liquid chromatography coupled with UV-detection
898
Method development and validation for the simultaneous determination of rosiglitazone and metformin in pharmaceutical preparations by capillary zone electrophoresis Original Research Article
899
Method development and validation for trifluoroacetic acid determination by capillary electrophoresis in combination with capacitively coupled contactless conductivity detection (CE-C4D)
900
Method development and validation of a high-performance liquid chromatographic method for tramadol in human plasma using liquid–liquid extraction
901
Method development and validation of HPLC tandem/mass spectrometry for quantification of perindopril arginine and amlodipine besylate combination in bulk and pharmaceutical formulations
902
Method development and validation of the simultaneous determination of a novel topoisomerase 1 inhibitor, the prodrug, and the active metabolite in human plasma using column-switching LC–MS/MS, and its application in a clinical trial
903
Method development based on all injection analysis for the determination of phosphorus in soil and sediment extracts
904
Method development by GC–ECD and HS-SPME–GC–MS for beer volatile analysis
905
Method development for a quantitative analysis performed without any standard using an evaporative light-scattering detector
906
Method development for analysis of proteins extracted from the leaves of Orthosiphon aristatus
907
Method development for Cd and Hg determination in biodiesel by electrothermal atomic absorption spectrometry with emulsion sample introduction
908
Method development for corticosteroids and anabolic steroids by micellar liquid chromatography
909
Method development for determining the malodor source and pollution in industrial park Original Research Article
910
Method development for evaluating the redox state of Callovo-Oxfordian clayrock and synthetic montmorillonite for nuclear waste management
911
Method development for identification of ketobemidone metabolites in microdialysate samples by coupled-column capillary liquid chromatography–tandem mass spectrometry
912
Method development for liquid chromatographic/triple quadrupole mass spectrometric analysis of trace level perfluorocarboxylic acids in articles of commerce
913
Method development for proteome stabilization in human saliva Original Research Article
914
Method development for sensitive determination of nisin in food products by micellar electrokinetic chromatography
915
Method Development for Simultaneous Determination of 41 Pesticides in Rice Using LC-MS/MS Technique and Its Application for the Analysis of 60 Rice Samples Collected from Tehran Market
916
Method development for the analysis of organophosphate and pyrethroid insecticides at low parts per trillion levels in water
917
Method development for the analysis of particle phase substituted methoxy phenols and aromatic acids from biomass burning using capillary electrophoresis/electrospray ionization mass spectrometry (CE/ESI-MS)
918
Method development for the analysis of polybrominated dibenzo-p-dioxins, dibenzofurans and diphenyl ethers in sediment samples
919
Method development for the analysis of polybrominated diphenyl ethers, polychlorinated biphenyls, polychlorinated dibenzo-p-dioxins and dibenzo-furans in single extract of sediment samples
920
Method development for the characterization of biofuel intermediate products using gas chromatography with simultaneous mass spectrometric and flame ionization detections
921
Method development for the determination of 52 pesticides in tobacco by liquid chromatography–tandem mass spectrometry
922
Method development for the determination of anthocyanins in red wines by high-performance liquid chromatography and classification of German red wines by means of multivariate statistical methods
923
Method development for the determination of arsenic by sequential injection/anodic stripping voltammetry using long-lasting gold-modified screen-printed carbon electrode
924
Method development for the determination of bromine in coal using high-resolution continuum source graphite furnace molecular absorption spectrometry and direct solid sample analysis
925
Method development for the determination of cadmium in fertilizer samples using high-resolution continuum source graphite furnace atomic absorption spectrometry and slurry sampling
926
Method development for the determination of cadmium in fertilizer samples using high-resolution continuum source graphite furnace atomic absorption spectrometry and slurry sampling
927
Method development for the determination of cadmium, copper, lead, selenium and thallium in sediments by slurry sampling electrothermal vaporization inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry and isotopic dilution calibration
928
Method development for the determination of cadmium, copper, lead, selenium and thallium in sediments by slurry sampling electrothermal vaporization inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry and isotopic dilution calibration
929
Method development for the determination of coumarin compounds by capillary electrophoresis with indirect laser-induced fluorescence detection
930
Method development for the determination of fluorine in toothpaste via molecular absorption of aluminum mono fluoride using a high-resolution continuum source nitrous oxide/acetylene flame atomic absorption spectrophotometer
931
Method development for the determination of fluorine in water samples via the molecular absorption of strontium monofluoride formed in an electrothermal atomizer
932
Method development for the determination of fluorine in water samples via the molecular absorption of strontium monofluoride formed in an electrothermal atomizer
933
Method development for the determination of lead in wine using electrothermal atomic absorption spectrometry comparing platform and filter furnace atomizers and different chemical modifiers
934
Method development for the determination of manganese in wheat flour by slurry sampling flame atomic absorption spectrometry
935
Method development for the determination of manganese, cobalt and copper in green coffee comparing direct solid sampling electrothermal atomic absorption spectrometry and inductively coupled plasma optical emission spectrometry
936
Method development for the determination of mercury(II) by sequential injection/anodic stripping voltammetry using an in situ gold-film screen-printed carbon electrode
937
Method development for the determination of residual fluorotelomer raw materials and perflurooctanoate in fluorotelomer-based products by gas chromatography and liquid chromatography mass spectrometry
938
Method development for the determination of selected pesticides on tobacco by high-performance liquid chromatography–electrospray ionisation-tandem mass spectrometry
939
Method development for the determination of teicoplanin in patient serum by solid phase extraction and micellar electrokinetic chromatography
940
Method development for the determination of thallium in coal using solid sampling graphite furnace atomic absorption spectrometry with continuum source, high-resolution monochromator and CCD array detector
941
Method development for the determination of wood preservatives in commercially treated wood using gas chromatography–mass spectrometry Original Research Article
942
Method development for the extraction of naturally occurring radionuclides in marine sediments
943
Method development for the measurement of quinone levels in urine
944
Method development for the redox speciation analysis of iron by ion chromatography–inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry and carryover assessment using isotopically labeled analyte analogues
945
Method development for the simultaneous determination of methylmercury and inorganic mercury in seafood
946
Method development for trace determination of poly(naphthalenesulfonate)-type pollutants in water by liquid chromatography–electrospray mass spectrometry
947
Method development in high-performance liquid chromatography for high-throughput profiling and metabonomic studies of biofluid samples
948
Method development, validation and bioequivalence of varenicline in human plasma by liquid chromatography tandem mass spectrometry
949
Method effects due to social desirability as a parsimonious explanation of the deviation from unidimensionality in LOT-R scores
950
Method engineering for industrial real-time and embedded systems
951
Method engineering for multi-perspective software development
952
Method engineering: engineering of information systems development methods and tools
953
Method for acidic leaching of lateritic ores
954
Method for actinides and Sr-90 determination in urine samples
955
METHOD FOR ACTIVE COMPENSATION FOR TRANSVERSE VIBRATIONS OF A MOVING PAPER WEB
956
Method for alleviating voltage limit violations using combined DC optimisation and AC power flow technique
957
Method for analysis dried vine fruits contaminated with ochratoxin A Original Research Article
958
Method for analysis of dynamic mechanical thermal analysis data using the Havriliak–Negami model
959
Method for analysis of heavy sulphur compounds using gas chromatography with flame photometric detection
960
Method for analysis of heavy sulphur compounds using gas chromatography with flame photometric detection Original Research Article
961
Method for analysis of showerhead film cooling experiments on highly curved surfaces
962
Method for analyzing soil structure according to the size of structural elements
963
Method for analyzing stochastic heat transfer in a fluid flow
964
Method for approximate analysis of cracking effect on lateral stiffness of reinforced concrete framed-tube structures
965
Method for assessing impacts on life support functions (LSF) related to the use of ‘fertile land’ in Life Cycle Assessment (LCA)
966
Method for assessing the chronic toxicity of marine and estuarine sediment-associated contaminants using the amphipod Corophium volutator
967
Method for assessing the impact of emission gasses on physiology and productivity in biological methanogenesis
968
Method for assessing the proportion of ecologically, culturally and provincially significant areas (OELF) in agrarian spaces used as a criterion for environmental friendly agriculture 
969
Method for assessment of ageing based on PSA results
970
Method for Assessment of Competency to Consent in the Mentally Ill: Rationale, Development, and Comparison with the Medically Ill
971
Method for Attenuation of White Phosphorus Contamination in Wetlands
972
Method for automatic georeferencing aerial remote sensing (RS) images from an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) platform
973
Method for balancing power sources and structure therefor
974
Method for beneficiating titanium-bearing material containing iron
975
Method for caging earthworms for use in field experiments
976
Method for caging earthworms for use in field experiments
977
Method for calculating ADI-derived guidance values for drug carryover levels in medicated feeds
978
Method for calculating annual energy efficiency improvement of TV sets
979
Method for Calculating Ionic and Electronic Defect Concentrations in Proton Containing Perovskites
980
Method for calculating near surface water vapor flux under local winds on Mars
981
Method for calculating packing density of powder particles in paste with continuous particle size distribution
982
Method for calculating photoionization cross sections of fullerenes in the local density and random phase approximations
983
Method for calculating production indices of multilayer water drive reservoirs
984
Method for Calculating the Ground Resistance of Grounding Grids Using FEM
985
Method for calculation of ionization profiles caused by cosmic rays in giant planet ionospheres from Jovian group Original Research Article
986
Method for calibrating system parameters of a multidirectional interferometers system
987
Method for characterization of loss-in-weight feeder equipment
988
Method for charging a secondary battery and charger used therefor using constant current and constant voltage
989
Method for chromatographic analysis of whey protein–dextran glycation products
990
Method for comparing the crack tip kinetics during creep-fatigue loading of nickel-base superalloys
991
Method for comparing the efficiency of ultrasound irradiation independent of the shape and the volume of the reaction vessel in sonochemical experiments
992
Method for comparing the efficiency of ultrasound irradiation independent of the shape and the volume of the reaction vessel in sonochemical experiments
993
Method for computing probability distributions of available transfer capability
994
Method for confirmation of synthetic corticosteroids in doping urine samples by liquid chromatography–electrospray ionisation mass spectrometry
995
Method for considering uncertainties for robust tuning of PSS and evaluation of stability limits
996
Method for contamination of filtering facepiece respirators by deposition of MS2 viral aerosols
997
Method for controlled formation of vitrified films for cryo-electron microscopy
998
Method for controlled formation of vitrified films for cryo-electron microscopy
999
Method for controlling surface energies of paper substrates to create paper-based printed electronics
1000
Method for co-ordinating application of FACTS-based stabilisers in multimachine power system using fuzzy output feedback controller
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