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Mixed Matrix Membranes for CO2/CH4 Separation with Natural Clay Cloisite15A® Modified with 3-Aminopropyltryethoxysilane as a Coupling AgentINTRODUCTIONEXPERIMENTALMATERIALSCLAY SURFACE MODIFICATIONMEMBRANE FABRICATIONCLAY AND MEMBRANE CHARACTERIZATIONRESULTS AND DISCUSSIONFOURIER TRANSFORM INFRARED SPECTROSCOPY- ATTENUATED TOTAL REFLECTANCE (FTIR-ATR) ANALYSISX-RAY DIFFRACTION (XRD) ANALYSISMORPHOLOGICAL ANALYSISTHERMAL ANALYSISTENSILE TESTGAS PERMEATION TESTCONCLUSIONSACKNOWLEDGMENTSKEYWORDSREFERENCESPhotocatalytic Activity of ZnO-PEG Nanoparticles for Palm Oil Mill Secondary Effluent (POMSE) TreatmentINTRODUCTIONLITERATURE REVIEWMECHANISM OF PHOTOCATALYTIC DEGRADATION PROCESSMETHODOLOGYRESULTS AND DISCUSSIONSCHARACTERIZATION OF ZNO-PEG NANOPARTICLES (NPS)EFFECT OF INITIAL PHEFFECT OF CATALYST LOADINGEFFECT OF POMSE CONCENTRATIONCONCLUSIONSACKNOWLEDGMENTKEYWORDSREFERENCESCO2, D2O, and Global Warming: How to Stop the Planet from BurningINTRODUCTIONCARBON DIOXIDE (CО2)LAURIC ACID: THE FATTY CONSTITUENT OF COCONUT OILDEUTERIUM OXIDE (HEAVY WATER)TEFLON, POLY(TETRAFLUOROETHENE) (PTFE)FAUSTUS’ PACTTHE INDUSTRY OF NEGATIONA RATIO OF FREEDOMHOUSES WITH CRACKSTHE TURNED-ON LIGHTSHOW MUCH ENERGY CAN RENEWABLE ENERGIES (RES) PROVIDE?THE INTERCONNECTED ENERGYA NEW TRANSPORT SYSTEMKILOMETERS OF LOVEVIRTUAL PURCHASEA DELAYED APOCALYPSEFINAL REMARKSACKNOWLEDGMENTSKEYWORDSREFERENCESWorld of Conductive Two-Dimensional Metal-Organic FrameworksINTRODUCTIONUNIQUE CHARACTERISTICS AND CHALLENGES OF ULTRA-THIN 2D NMSELECTRONICS AND OPTOELECTONICS OF TWO-DIMENSIONAL (2D) TMDSULTRA-THIN TWO-DIMENSIONAL (2D) NANOMATERIALS (NMS)A ROADMAP TO IMPLEMENTING MOFS IN ELECTRONIC DEVICES: CHALLENGESHYBRID POLYMER/MOF FILMS FOR COLORIMETRIC H2О SENSINGMOF BEATEN TRACK: UNUSUAL STRUCTURES AND UNCOMMON APPLICATIONSCONDUCTIVE TWO-DIMENSIONAL (2D) MOFS AS MULTIFUNCTIONAL MATERIALSCALCULATION RESULTSDISCUSSIONFINAL REMARKSACKNOWLEDGMENTSKEYWORDSREFERENCESPeriodic Table of Elements: Heavy, Rare, Critical, and SuperelementsINTRODUCTIONTOXIC METALS(IN)VISIBLE TOXICSTHE EMERGENCE OF THE HEAVY ELEMENTSCONDUCTIVE TWO-DIMENSIONAL (2D) METAL-ORGANIC (MO) FRAMEWORKSRARE-EARTH ELEMENTS FINGERPRINTING ANTHROPOGENESIS/DRIVING PROCESSESTHE PTE’S ENDANGERED ELEMENTS: CONSERVATION OF CRITICAL ELEMENTSTHE PERIODIC TABLE OF C-X BONDS IN BIOLOGYMETALLOFULLERENES WITH ELEMENTS OF THE PERIODIC TABLETHE PERIODIC TABLE OF POLYOXOMETALLATES (POMS)IN THE WAY TO SUPERELEMENTS: ENIGMAS IN THE PERIODIC LAW (PL)FINAL REMARKSACKNOWLEDGMENTSKEYWORDSREFERENCESPeriodic Table, Chemical Bond Nature, and Nonclassical CompoundsINTRODUCTIONGROUPS IN THE PERIODIC TABLE OF THE ELEMENTS (PTE)WORKING GUIDENATURE OF CHEMICAL BONDS IN NON-CLASSICAL COMPOUNDS AND MATERIALSFINAL REMARKSACKNOWLEDGMENTSKEYWORDSREFERENCESArtemisia Integrifolia, A. Capillaris Components, and Sesquiterpene LactonesINTRODUCTIONARTEMISININ AND ITS DERIVATIVESA. INTEGRIFOLIA COMPONENTS ANTIHYPERLIPIDAEMIC/IDENTIFICATION/ISOLATIONDETERMINATION/RISK ASSESSMENT (RA) OF PYRROLIZIDINE ALKALOIDS (PAS) IN A. CAPILLARISSESQUITERPENE LACTONE DERIVATIVES: CYTOTOXIC ACTIVITY AND SELECTIVITYFINAL REMARKSACKNOWLEDGMENTSKEYWORDSREFERENCESNanomechanics, Recent Advancements in Nanotechnology, and the Visionary FutureINTRODUCTIONTHE VISION OF THIS STUDYTHE SCIENCE OF SUSTAINABILITY AND THE VISION FOR THE FUTUREWHAT DO YOU MEAN BY NANOMECHANICS?RECENT SCIENTIFIC PURSUIT IN THE FIELD OF NANOTECHNOLOGYRECENT SCIENTIFIC ENDEAVOR IN THE FIELD OF NANOMECHANICSTECHNOLOGICAL ADVANCEMENTS IN NANOTECHNOLOGY AND THE VAST VISION FOR THE FUTUREMODERN SCIENCE, NANOTECHNOLOGY, AND A VISION FOR THE FUTUREFUTURE SCIENTIFIC RECOMMENDATIONS IN THE FIELD OF NANOTECHNOLOGY AND NANOMECHANICSFUTURE FLOW OF SCIENTIFIC THOUGHTS IN THE FIELD OF NANOMECHANICSCONCLUSION AND SCIENTIFIC PERSPECTIVESKEYWORDSREFERENCESBiocontrol by Trichoderma spp. as a Green Technology for the Agri-Food IndustryINTRODUCTIONPHYTOPATHOGENIC FUNGITRICHODERMA IN THE CONTROL OF PHYTOPATHOGENIC FUNGIBIOACTIVE COMPOUNDS OF TRICHODERMAVOLATILE COMPOUNDSNON-VOLATILE COMPOUNDSIMPROVEMENT OF FUNGAL STRAINS AND INDUCTIVE PROCESSESVALORIZATION OF SUBSTRATES FOR THE OBTAINING OF BIOACTIVE MOLECULESCONCLUSIONACKNOWLEDGMENTSKEYWORDSREFERENCESPhenomena of Charge Quantization, Interference, and Annihilation in Chemical Reactions of MesoparticlesINTRODUCTIONDESCRIPTION OF COPPER OR NICKEL CONTAINING MESOPARTICLES USED AS REAGENTS IN REACTIONS WITHOUT CHANGE AND WITH CHANGE OF ELEMENTS OXIDATION STATES (OSS)INTERFERENCE PHENOMENON AT METAL/CARBON NANOCOMPOSITES (NCS) MODIFICATION BY MEANS OF MESOPARTICLES INTERACTION WITH SUBSTANCES CONTAINING P D ELEMENTSANNIHILATION PHENOMENON AT MESOPARTICLES MODIFICATION BY MEANS OF REDUCTION OXIDATION PROCESSES WITH PARTICIPATING IN THE SUBSTANCES CONTAINING P, D ELEMENTSCONCLUSIONKEYWORDSREFERENCESMagneto-Electric Properties of Sodium Potassium Lithium Niobate-Ni/Co Ferrite NanocompositesINTRODUCTIONCONCEPT OF PRODUCT-PROPERTY-3 PARTICULATE FERRITE COMPOSITESMAGNETO-ELECTRIC COEFFICIENT (A)SYNTHESIS AND CHARACTERIZATION OF (Na0.5 К0.5)0.94 Li0.06 NbO3 Ni/Co Fe2O4 NANOCOMPOSITES (NCs)DYNAMIC MEASUREMENT TO DETERMINE THE MAGNETO-ELECTRIC COEFFICIENTPOLING OF THE SAMPLESTRUCTURAL CHARACTERIZATION OF (Na0.5 К0.5)0.94 Li0.06 NbO3 - MFe2O4 BY X-RAY DIFFRACTION (XRD)FOURIER TRANSFORM INFRARED SPECTROSCOPY (FTIR) OF (Na0.5 К0.5)0.94 Li0.06 NbO3 - MFe2O4MAGNETIC CHARACTERIZATION BY VIBRATION SAMPLE MAGNETOMETRYDIELECTRIC PROPERTIES OF (Na0.5 К0.5)0.94 Li0.06 NbO3 - MFe2O4MAGNETO-DIELECTRIC (MD) OR MAGNETOCAPACITANCE EFFECTMAGNETO-ELECTRIC VOLTAGE COEFFICIENT OF (Na0.5 К0.5)0.94 Li0.06 NbO3 - MFe2O4 NANOCOMPOSITEAPPLICATIONS OF MAGNETO-ELECTRIC MATERIALSFUTURE DIRECTIONS FOR 0-3 PARTICULATE MAGNETOELECTRIC SYSTEMSKEYWORDSREFERENCESBehaviors and Green Properties of Interlocking Compressed Earth BricksINTRODUCTIONMATERIAL AND PROPERTIESSOIL AND SANDSTABILIZERWATEROTHER POTENTIAL GREEN MATERIAL IN PRODUCING INTERLOCKING COMPRESSED EARTH BRICKS (ICEBS)PALM OIL FUEL ASH (POFA)QUARRY DUSTECO PROCESSED POZZOLAN (EPP)GEOMETRY AND MANUFACTURING FOR ICEBEXPERIMENTAL SET-UP AND TESTSCOMPRESSION TESTWATER ABSORPTION TESTRESULTS AND DISCUSSIONCONCLUSIONSACKNOWLEDGMENTSKEYWORDSREFERENCESAn Overview of Zn(II) Complexes and Device Properties for Organic Light-Emitting Diodes (OLEDs) ApplicationsINTRODUCTIONOVERVIEW OF ZN(II) COMPLEXES FOR OLEDSACKNOWLEDGMENTSKEYWORDSREFERENCESPerspectives on Polymer Materials in Products Manufacturing for Green ElectronicsCURRENT STATUS AND PERSPECTIVES ON ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT OF WASTES FROM ELECTRONICSMAIN TYPES OF "GREEN” POLYMER MATERIALS FOR ELECTRONICSCELLULOSE AND CELLULOSE DERIVATIVESPROTEINS AND PEPTIDESDNAHYDROSOLUBLE POLYMERSOTHER NATURE-INSPIRED POLYMER MATERIALSECO-FRIENDLY AND "GREEN” POLYMER-BASED COMPONENTS FOR ORGANIC ELECTRONICSDIELECTRICSPOLYMER-BASED SEMICONDUCTORSPOLYMERIC CONDUCTING MATERIALS"GREEN” POLYMER MATERIALS FOR BIO-ELECTRONIC INDUSTRYSUBSTRATES AND ENCAPSULATESCONTACT ELECTRODES AND INTERCONNECTSCONCLUSIONS AND FUTURE PERSPECTIVESKEYWORDSREFERENCES
 
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