intercalate


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Directional analysis of structure and conductivity was carried out for pressed pellets from pure PANI and PANI/MMT intercalate.
2 shows the DTA curve of clay-NaOH intercalate preheated at 150 o C.
describe the situation as follows: "According to [Martin and Broklehurst's] model, the intercalate undergoes a phase change to the vapor phase, forming disk-shaped bubbles of radius r and height Ic in the interlayer region between graphite planes, with gas pockets accumulating in certain regions where diffusion is facilitated by the presence of defects.
The intercalation of organic species into the interlayer space of smectites and vermiculites has been studied extensively because the resulting intercalates have interesting properties and are useful for many industrial applications.
PLA is an oxygen atom-carrying polymer and can itself intercalate within the layered silicate layers of the OMMT [16, 18].
Pre-clinical data demonstrate that vosaroxin both intercalates DNA and inhibits topoisomerase II, resulting in replication-dependent, site-selective DNA damage, G2 arrest and apoptosis.
The negative electrode is an insertion electrode that reversibly inserts or intercalates lithium ions (Li).
Within minutes, the material intercalates between the cells and fibers of the heart and rapidly forms a scaffold.
It is a DNA-reactive agent that intercalates into DNA through hydrogen bonding, causing crosslinks and strand breaks.