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Non-oxidative Coupling of Methane to Ethylene Using Mo2C/[B]ZSM-5

Authors: Sheng, H; Schreiner, EP; Zheng, W; Lobo, RF (2018) ChemPhysChem 19:504-511. HERO ID: 4272320

[Less] Methane non-oxidative coupling to ethylene was investigated on Mo2C/[B]ZSM-5 catalyst at 923 K and atmospheric . . . [More] Methane non-oxidative coupling to ethylene was investigated on Mo2C/[B]ZSM-5 catalyst at 923 K and atmospheric pressure. In contrast to Mo2C/[Al]ZSM-5 catalysts for methane aromatization, this material exhibits very high ethylene selectivity (>90 %) and low aromatics (benzene and naphthalene) selectivity. The much weaker Brønsted acidity of [B]ZSM-5 leads to a slow rate of ethylene oligomerization. The stability of the catalyst is greatly enhanced with 93 % of the initial reaction rate remaining after 18 h of time on stream. In-situ UV/VIS spectra indicate that prior to carburization, mono/binuclear Mo oxides are initially well dispersed onto the zeolite support. Mo carbides clusters, formed during carburization with methane, appear similar to clusters formed in [Al]ZSM-5, as indicated by the X-ray Absorption Spectroscopy (XAS) data.

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Homeostatic impact of sulfite and hydrogen sulfide on cysteine catabolism

Authors: Kohl, JB; Mellis, AT; Schwarz, G (2018) British Journal of Pharmacology 176:554-570. [Review] HERO ID: 4831028

[Less] Cysteine is one of the two key sulfur-containing amino acids with important functions in, redox homeostasis, . . . [More] Cysteine is one of the two key sulfur-containing amino acids with important functions in, redox homeostasis, protein functionality and metabolism. Cysteine is taken up by mammals via the diet, and can also be derived from methionine via the transsulfuration pathway. The cellular concentration of cysteine is kept within a narrow range by controlling its synthesis and degradation. There are two pathways for the catabolism of cysteine leading to sulfate, taurine and thiosulfate as terminal products. The oxidative pathway produces taurine and sulfate, while the H2 S pathway involves different enzymatic reactions leading to the formation and clearance of H2 S, an important signalling molecule in mammals, resulting in thiosulfate and sulfate. Sulfite is a common intermediate in both catabolic pathways. Sulfite is considered as cytotoxic and produces neurotoxic S-sulfonates. As a result, a deficiency in in the terminal steps of cysteine or H2 S catabolism leads to severe forms of encephalopathy with accumulation of sulfite and H2 S in the body. This review links the homeostatic regulation of both cysteine catabolic pathways to sulfite and H2 S.

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Molecular Dynamics Simulation of Nanocrack Propagation in Single-Layer MoS2 Nanosheets

Authors: Bao, H; Huang, Y; Yang, Zhi; Sung, Y; Bai, Yu; Miao, Y; Chu, PK; Xu, K; Ma, Fei (2018) HERO ID: 4520874

[Less] Single-layer MoS2 (SLMoS2) nanosheets promise potential applications in flexible electronic and optoelectronic . . . [More] Single-layer MoS2 (SLMoS2) nanosheets promise potential applications in flexible electronic and optoelectronic nanodevices for which the mechanical stability is crucial. However, the measured fracture strength is extremely dispersive, which might be due to the random crack configuration. In this work, molecular dynamics (MD) simulations are conducted to investigate the propagation of nanocracks in SLMoS2 nanosheets and the fracture mechanism at atomic scale, and the modified Griffith criterion developed by Yin et al. is adopted to fit the dependence of fracture stress on the initial crack length. Moreover, the fracture stress is highly dependent on the initial crack configuration, crack length, and crack angle. The energy release rate (G(s)) decreases with increasing initial crack length, crack angle, and temperature but is not sensitive to strain rate. The average propagation velocity of cracks (V) is substantially reduced with increasing initial crack length and crack angle but is almost independent of temperature and strain rate. The V at lower G(s) is well predicted by linear elastodynamic theory but approaches 66% Rayleigh-wave speed at a higher Gs of >5.78 J/m(2). It is also found that fracture is preferred along the zigzag direction of SLMoS2 nanosheets. The results provide us a clear understanding on the dispersive data of measured fracture strength of SLMoS2 nanosheets.

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A novel automatic flow method with direct-injection photometric detector for determination of dissolved reactive phosphorus in wastewater and freshwater samples

Authors: Koronkiewicz, S; Trifescu, M; Smoczynski, L; Ratnaweera, H; Kalinowski, S (2018) Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 190:133. HERO ID: 4561625

[Less] The novel automatic flow system, direct-injection detector (DID) integrated with multi-pumping flow . . . [More] The novel automatic flow system, direct-injection detector (DID) integrated with multi-pumping flow system (MPFS), dedicated for the photometric determination of orthophosphates in wastewater and freshwater samples is for the first time described. All reagents and the sample were injected simultaneously, in counter-current into the reaction-detection chamber by the system of specially selected for this purpose solenoid micro-pumps. The micro-pumps provided good precision and accuracy of the injected volumes. For the determination of orthophosphates, the molybdenum blue method was employed. The developed method can be used to detect orthophosphate in the range 0.1-12 mg L-1, with the repeatability (RSD) about 2.2% at 4 mg L-1 and a very high injection throughput of 120 injections h-1. It was possible to achieve a very small consumption of reagents (10 μL of ammonium molybdate and 10 μL of ascorbic acid) and sample (20 μL). The volume of generated waste was only 440 μL per analysis. The method has been successfully applied, giving a good accuracy, to determination of orthophosphates in complex matrix samples: treated wastewater, lake water and reference sample of groundwater. The developed system is compact, small in both size and weight, requires 12 V in supply voltage, which are desirable for truly portable equipment used in routine analysis. The simplicity of the system should result in its greater long-time reliability comparing to other flow methods previously described.

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Two-Dimensionally Layered p-Black Phosphorus/n-MoS2/p-Black Phosphorus Heterojunctions

Authors: Lee, G; Pearton, SJ; Ren, F; Kim, J (2018) ACS Applied Materials and Interfaces 10:10347-10352. HERO ID: 4574484

[Less] Layered heterojunctions are widely applied as fundamental building blocks for semiconductor devices. . . . [More] Layered heterojunctions are widely applied as fundamental building blocks for semiconductor devices. For the construction of nanoelectronic and nanophotonic devices, the implementation of two-dimensional materials (2DMs) is essential. However, studies of junction devices composed of 2DMs are still largely focused on single p-n junction devices. In this study, we demonstrate a novel pnp double heterojunction fabricated by the vertical stacking of 2DMs (black phosphorus (BP) and MoS2) using dry-transfer techniques and the formation of high-quality p-n heterojunctions between the BP and MoS2 in the vertically stacked BP/MoS2/BP structure. The pnp double heterojunctions allowed us to modulate the output currents by controlling the input current. These results can be applied for the fabrication of advanced heterojunction devices composed of 2DMs for nano(opto)electronics.

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Construction of multifunctional MoSe2 hybrid towards the simultaneous improvements in fire safety and mechanical property of polymer

Authors: Wang, J; Ma, C; Mu, X; Cai, W; Liu, L; Zhou, X; Hu, W; Hu, Y (2018) Journal of Hazardous Materials 352:36-46. HERO ID: 4576908

[Less] Organic modification of MoSe2 sheets is firstly achieved by Atherton-Todd reaction, aiming at the acquisition . . . [More] Organic modification of MoSe2 sheets is firstly achieved by Atherton-Todd reaction, aiming at the acquisition of multifunctional MoSe2 hybrid. Simultaneous enhancements in fire safety and mechanical property of thermalplastic polyurethane (TPU) are obtained with the presence of this hybrid. Strong interfacial interactions between the functionalized MoSe2 sheets and TPU can be obtained, making more efficient load transfer from the weak polymer chains to the robust sheets. Besides, more coherent barrier network may be formed in polymer matrix, restraining the diffusion of decomposed fragments and reducing the supply for combustion fuel. Consequently, the decreases in heat release are observed for polymer composites. Notably, the releases of toxic gases, such as HCN and CO, are also suppressed by this barrier network, resulting in the reductions in fire toxicity. This work may open a new door for the functionalization of MoSe2 sheets and evoke significant developments in its promising applications.

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Development of nanoscale zirconium molybdate embedded anion exchange resin for selective removal of phosphate

Authors: Bui, TH; Hong, SP; Yoon, J (2018) HERO ID: 4577078

[Less] Development of a selective adsorbent with an enhanced removal efficiency for phosphate from wastewater . . . [More] Development of a selective adsorbent with an enhanced removal efficiency for phosphate from wastewater is urgently needed. Here, a hybrid adsorbent of nanoscale zirconium molybdate embedded in a macroporous anion exchange resin (ZMAE) is proposed for the selective removal of phosphate. The ZMAE consists of a low agglomeration of zirconium molybdate nanoparticles (ZM NPs) dispersed within the structure of the anion exchange (AE) resin. As major results, the phosphate adsorption capacity of the ZMAE (26.1 mg-P/g) in the presence of excess sulfate (5 mM) is superior to that of the pristine AE resin (1.8 mg-P/g) although their phosphate uptake capacity was similar in the absence of sulfate and these results were supported by the high selectivity coefficient of the ZMAE toward phosphate over sulfate (SPO4/SO4) more than 100 times compared to the pristine AE resin. This superior selective performance of the ZMAE for phosphate in the presence of sulfate ions is well explained by the role of the ZM NPs that contributed to 69% of the phosphate capacity which is based on an observation that the phosphate adsorption capacity of the ZM NPs is not affected by the presence of sulfate. In addition, the behavior of the selective phosphate removal by the ZMAE was well demonstrated by not only in the batch mode experiment with simulated Mekong river water and representative wastewater effluent but also in a column test.

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Nitrogen-Doped Porous Molybdenum Carbide and Phosphide Hybrids on a Carbon Matrix as Highly Effective Electrocatalysts for the Hydrogen Evolution Reaction

Authors: Huang, Y; Ge, J; Hu, Jun; Zhang, J; Hao, J; Wei, Y (2018) HERO ID: 4587559

[Less] The efficient evolution of hydrogen through electrocatalysis is considered a promising approach to the . . . [More] The efficient evolution of hydrogen through electrocatalysis is considered a promising approach to the production of clean hydrogen fuel. Platinum (Pt)-based materials are regarded as the most active hydrogen evolution reaction (HER) catalysts. However, the low abundance and high cost of Pt hinders the large-scale application of these catalysts. Active, inexpensive, and earth-abundant electrocatalysts to replace Pt-based materials would be highly beneficial to the production of cost-effective hydrogen energy. Herein, a novel organoimido-derivatized heteropolyoxometalate, Mo4-CNP, is designed as a precursor for electrocatalysts of the HER. It is demonstrated that the carbon, nitrogen, and phosphorus sources derived from the Mo4-CNP molecules lead to in situ confined carburization, phosphorization, and chemical doping on an atomic scale, thus forming nitrogen-doped porous molybdenum carbide and phosphide hybrids, which exhibit remarkable electrocatalytic activity for the HER. Such an organically functionalized polyoxometalate-assisted strategy described here provides a new perspective for the development of highly active non-noble metal electrocatalysts for hydrogen evolution.

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Application of molybdenum fertilizer enhanced quality and production of alfalfa in northern China under non-irrigated conditions

Authors: Mao, X; Li, Q; Ren, L; Bai, W; Zhang, WenHao (2018) HERO ID: 4592808

[Less] Molybdenum (Mo) is an essential micro-mineral nutrient for plant growth and development. As an important . . . [More] Molybdenum (Mo) is an essential micro-mineral nutrient for plant growth and development. As an important legume forage, alfalfa (Medicago sativa) is frequently planted in marginal lands of northern China where water scarcity and infertile soil are limiting factors for alfalfa production. Mo plays an important role in nitrogen (N) metabolism in general and N fixation in legume species in particular. To evaluate the role of Mo fertilizer in alfalfa quality and production in semi-arid areas of northern China, we conducted a three-year field experiment in Inner Mongolia from 2012 to 2014. Mo fertilizer at the doses of 0, 150g hm(-2), 300g hm(-2)yr(-1) was applied consecutively across the three years. Application of Mo at 300g hm(-2)yr(-1) significantly increased dry yield of alfalfa in 2014. Crude protein (CP) content of alfalfa without application of Mo exhibited a decline trend from 2012 to 2014. Application of Mo significantly enhanced total CP in 2012 and 2014, and delayed the reduction in total CP across the three years. In contrast to CP, Mo fertilizer had no significant effects on neutral detergent fiber and acid detergent fiber content. In addition, we found that nitrate reductase activity of alfalfa was increased by Mo fertilizer, which may account for the enhanced CP content in alfalfa. These findings highlight that application of Mo fertilizer can be an effective way to improve alfalfa production and quality in semi-arid areas in northern China.

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Phosphorous doped p-type MoS2 polycrystalline thin films via direct sulfurization of Mo film

Authors: Momose, T; Nakamura, A; Daniel, M; Shimomura, M (2018) HERO ID: 4594913

[Less] We report on the successful synthesis of a p-type, substitutional doping at S-site, MoS2 thin film using . . . [More] We report on the successful synthesis of a p-type, substitutional doping at S-site, MoS2 thin film using Phosphorous (P) as the dopant. MoS2 thin films were directly sulfurized for molybdenum films by chemical vapor deposition technique. Undoped MoS2 film showed n-type behavior and P doped samples showed p-type behavior by Hall-effect measurements in a van der Pauw (vdP) configuration of 10 x 10 mm(2) area samples and showed ohmic behavior between the silver paste contacts. The donor and the acceptor concentration were detected to be similar to 2.6 x 10(15) cm(-3) and similar to 1.0 x 10(19) cm(-3), respectively. Hall-effect mobility was 61.7 cm(2)V(-1)s(-1) for undoped and varied in the range of 15.5 similar to 0.5 cm(2)V(-1)s(-1) with P supply rate. However, the performance of field-effect transistors (FETs) declined by double Schottky barrier contacts where the region between Ni electrodes on the source/drain contact and the MoS2 back-gate cannot be depleted and behaves as a 3D material when used in transistor geometry, resulting in poor on/off ratio. Nevertheless, the FETs exhibit hole transport and the field-effect mobility showed values as high as the Hall-effect mobility, 76 cm(2)V(-1)s(-1) in undoped MoS2 with p-type behavior and 43 cm(2)V(-1)s(-1) for MoS2:P. Our findings provide important insights into the doping constraints for transition metal dichalcogenides. (c) 2018 Author(s).