Figure 1 Schematic of multiple adsorption mechanisms between CNs and HSs
Schematic representation of the flow and geometrical arrangements
Distribution of dimensionless (a) total electrical potential, (b) excess charge, and (c) pressure for Sr = 0, 1, 2 at ST = 8 and K = 2
Figure 1: Schematic representation (not to scale) of the adsorbed nanolatexes onto cellulose.
Figure. (a) Schematic illumination of concentric assembly of modified cellulose nanocrystals (M-CNCs). (b) Maltese cross optical property of concentric assembled M-CNCs films with low and high spatial resolution under linear polarized light. (c) Orientation analysis of M-CNCs from polarized synchrotron radiation FTIR imaging.
Schematic illustration of colorimetric detection of Cr(III)-citrate based on THPB-mediated AuNPs
Figure 1 The performance of the reactors in total dissolved nitrogen removal (a) and mDON (b) formation or removal. Molecular compositions of AB1 vs. AS (c) and AB2 vs. AS (d). The association of the microbial community and the nitrogen profile.
Figure 2 Comparisons of nitrogen acquisition and metabolism between algae biofilm (AB) and activated sludge (AS). The colors of the bar plots indicate the hosts of corresponding functional genes at the phylum level.
Figure 1 The comparison of dissolved organic matter (DOM) composition between A/A/O and A/O
Figure 2 Co-occurrence network of metagenome-assembled genomes (MAGs) and dissolved organic matter (DOM)
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Fig. 1. Characterization results of AmB, AmB-TOS, AmB-TOS liposomes (AmB-TOS-L) and AmB-TOS coated liposomes (AmB-TOS-CL). (A) TEM images of (I) AmB-TOS-L, and (II) AmB-TOS-CL, (B) drug release pattern, (C) % cell viability at varying concentrations, and (D) apparent permeability data of the different formulations.
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