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Anisotropy in thermal conductivity and changes in heat capacity induced by deformation in polymers: experimental methods, current understanding and application to numerical methods

Kinetics of irreversible adsorption: thermodynamics versus molecular mobility

Predictions of Anisotropic Thermal Transport in Non-Linear-Non-Isothermal Polymeric Flows

Deformation induced changes in the thermal properties of elastomers: experimental methods, current understanding and application to finite elements methods

Anisotropic Thermal Transport in Non-Linear-Non-Isothermal Polymeric Flows

Changes in the thermal properties of polymeric materials induced by molecular orientation: Experimental methods, current understanding and strategies for the application to numerical methods

Chloro-Furanocembranolides from Leptogorgia sp. Improve Pancreatic Beta-Cell Proliferation

Liver-specific ablation of insulin-degrading enzyme causes hepatic insulin resistance and glucose intolerance, without affecting insulin clearance in mice

Reaction of non-symmetric schiff base metallo-ligand complexes possessing an oxime function with Ln ions

Polymer-based chemical sensors

A new prediction method for the ultimate tensile strength of steel alloys with small punch test

Liquid−Liquid Equilibria for 2‑Phenylethan-1-ol + Alkane Systems

Silver nanoparticles/free-standing carbon nanotube Janus membranes

Electrodeposition of silver nanoparticles in the presence of different complexing agents by time‐resolved Raman spectroelectrochemistry

In-situ Evidence of the Redox-State Dependence of Photoluminescence in Graphene Quantum Dots

Direct Determination of Ascorbic Acid in a Grapefruit: Paving the Way for In Vivo Spectroelectrochemistry

Bipolar Spectroelectrochemistry

Simultaneous UV–Visible Absorption and Raman Spectroelectrochemistry

Janus Electrochemistry: Asymmetric Functionalization in One Step

Simplifying the assessment of parameters of electron-transfer reactions by using easy-to-use thin-layer spectroelectrochemistry devices

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