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Determination of phytoplynkton composition and biovolume Utermöhl method: : Advantage: asy sampling, long storage times

Determination of phytoplynkton composition and biovolume Utermöhl method: : Advantage: asy sampling, long storage times

HOW TO DETERMINE PHYTOPLANKTON?. Si lvana V. Rodrigues. Determination of phytoplynkton composition and biovolume Utermöhl method: : Advantage: asy sampling, long storage times Disadvantage: requires a lot of time, and specialists

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Contaminant Fate and Transport Processes

Contaminant Fate and Transport Processes

Contaminant Fate and Transport Processes. CIVE 7332 Lecture 4b. Fate and Transport. Advection and Dispersion – Covered in Days 1, 2 Sorption and Retardation Chemical/Abiotic processes Volatilization Biodegradation. Sorption and Retardation.

By lotta
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Organometallic M T Complexes

Organometallic M T Complexes

Organometallic M T Complexes. M T Organometallics. Organometallic compounds of the transition metals have unusual structures, and practical applications in organic synthesis and industrial catalysis. M T Organometallics.

By breck
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Chemistry Comes Alive

Chemistry Comes Alive

Chemistry Comes Alive. Karen Benn Marshall Associate Professor Montgomery College Takoma Park Campus. Part I: Basic Chemisry. Definitions. matter (anything) occupies space has mass energy capacity to do work puts matter into motion. Definitions. element substance

By karlyn
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The Ocean as a Microbial Habitat Matthew Church Marine Microplankton Ecology

The Ocean as a Microbial Habitat Matthew Church Marine Microplankton Ecology

The Ocean as a Microbial Habitat Matthew Church Marine Microplankton Ecology. OCN 626/Fall 2008. The Ocean as a Habitat. Energy, nutrients, and life Description of the physical, chemical, and biological environment. What does life require? Energy

By christmas
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Chapter 19 OXIDATIVE PHOSPHORYLATION AND PHOTOPHOSPHORYLATION

Chapter 19 OXIDATIVE PHOSPHORYLATION AND PHOTOPHOSPHORYLATION

Lehninger Principles of Biochemistry, Fourth Edition, 2005. Chapter 19 OXIDATIVE PHOSPHORYLATION AND PHOTOPHOSPHORYLATION. 中央研究院 生物化學研究所 曾湘文 博士 June 12, 2007 . 19.1 Electron-Transfer Reactions in Mitochondria. Electrons Are Funneled to Universal Electron Acceptors

By elan
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Miscellaneous Other Third Order Nonlinearities

Miscellaneous Other Third Order Nonlinearities

Miscellaneous Other Third Order Nonlinearities. There are many mechanisms through which light interacts with matter. For example, there are l ocal third order nonlinearities associated with the coupling of light to molecular degrees of

By haines
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Introduction to Oxidation-Reduction Reactions

Introduction to Oxidation-Reduction Reactions

Introduction to Oxidation-Reduction Reactions. Electron Transfer Reactions. Types of Chemical Reactions. There are four types of chemical reactions: Acid/Base Precipitation/Solubility Complex Formation/Complex Dissociation Oxidation/Reduction

By beate
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Chapter 18 Electrical properties

Chapter 18 Electrical properties

Chapter 18 Electrical properties. Electrical conduction How many moveable electrons are there in a material (carrier density) ? How easily do they move (mobility) ? Semiconductivity Electrons and holes Intrinsic and extrinsic carriers

By virgil
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Chapter 4: Oxidation – Reduction Reactions

Chapter 4: Oxidation – Reduction Reactions

Chapter 4: Oxidation – Reduction Reactions. Oxidation – Reduction Reactions involve the gain and loss of electrons. The species involved in these reactions may be atoms, molecules,or ions. Cation : a positively charged ion. (More protons than electrons.)

By valterra
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Industrial Biotechnology

Industrial Biotechnology

Industrial Biotechnology. Lesson 1 FERMENTATION PROCESSES TYPES AND STAGES OF FERMENTATION PROCESS. Definition of Fermentation . Metabolism: energy generating processes where organic compound acts as both electron donor and acceptor.

By gamba
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Biological Treatment of Residual DNAPL

Biological Treatment of Residual DNAPL

Biological Treatment of Residual DNAPL. Scott B. Wilson President Regenesis In Situ Treatment of Groundwater Contaminated with Non-Aqueous Phase Liquids: Fundamentals and Case Studies EPA TIO, EPA Region 5, ITRC 12/12/2002. DNAPL as a Source of Contamination.

By cody
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Chemistry Comes Alive

Chemistry Comes Alive

Chemistry Comes Alive. Karen Benn Marshall Associate Professor Montgomery College Takoma Park Campus. Part I: Basic Chemisry. Definitions. matter (anything) occupies space has mass energy capacity to do work puts matter into motion. Definitions. element substance

By lilka
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Ultraviolet-Visible Spectroscopy

Ultraviolet-Visible Spectroscopy

Ultraviolet-Visible Spectroscopy. Introduction to UV-Visible Absorption spectroscopy from 160 nm to 780 nm Measurement of transmittance Conversion to absorbance A=-logT= e bc Measurement of transmittance and absorbance Beer’s law Noise Instrumentation. Measurement. Scattering of light

By ostinmannual
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Microbial Metabolism

Microbial Metabolism

Microbial Metabolism. Basic Concepts of Metabolism Glycolytic Pathways Fermentation Respiration Photosynthesis Chemolithotrophy The Nitrogen Cycle. Update: Feb 18, 2007. A. Basic Concepts. Definitions Metabolism: The processes of catabolism and anabolism

By daniel_millan
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UV-visible molecular absorption spectroscopy

UV-visible molecular absorption spectroscopy

UV-visible molecular absorption spectroscopy. Chemistry 243. Transmission and absorbance and losses. The reduction in the intensity of light transmitted through a sample can be used to quantitate the amount of an unknown material. Beer’s Law.

By chance
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Complexation Reactions and Titrations

Complexation Reactions and Titrations

CHAPTER. 17. Complexation Reactions and Titrations. Complex: [adj.] 錯綜複雜的,合成的 [n] 複合物、錯合物 Complex es : 複數. Complexation reaction ( 複合反應、錯合反應 ). One of the first uses of these reactions was for the titrating cations ~ ~ the major topic

By myrrh
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Cellular Respiration: Harvesting Chemical Energy

Cellular Respiration: Harvesting Chemical Energy

Cellular Respiration: Harvesting Chemical Energy . Cellular Respiration. Glycolysis The Kreb Cycle (Citric Cycle) Electron Transport Chain (Chemiosmosis and oxidative phosphorylation). Cellular Respiration . Cells harvest chemical energy stored in molecules and use this to generate ATP.

By alma
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The Possibilities of Biological Fuel Cells

The Possibilities of Biological Fuel Cells

The Possibilities of Biological Fuel Cells. O 2. NO 3 -. Fe 3+. SO 4 2-. CO 2. CO 2. e -. H 2 O. N 2. Fe 2+. HS -. CH 4. Organic Carbon. Anode. Microbial Electricity Generation. CH 3 COO - + 2OH -  2CO 2 + 5H + + 8e -.

By sondra
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Soil Microbiology Group

Soil Microbiology Group

Soil Microbiology Group. Soil Microbial communities from Puerto Rico rain forest (that decompose switchgrass , sample from Feedstock-adapted consortia SG and SG+Fe ). Alinne Castro – University of Brasilia Jessica C. Bergmann – JBEI

By luisa
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