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Carbon Nanohorn Suprastructures on a Paper Support as a Sorptive Phase
This article describes a method for the modification of paper with single-wall carbon nanohorns (SWCNHs) to form stable suprastructures. The SWCNHs form stable dahlia-like aggregates in solution that are then self-assembled ...
Tunable Polarity Carbon Fibers, a Holistic Approach to Environmental Protection
The pollution of environmental resources is an issue of social concern worldwide. Chemistry is essential for the design of decontamination strategies and analytical approaches to detect and monitor the contamination. ...
Returning to Nature for the Design of Sorptive Phases in Solid-Phase Microextraction
Green analytical chemistry principles aim to minimize the negative impact of analytical procedures in the environment, which can be considered both at close (to ensure the safety of the analysts) and global (to conserve ...