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Huang W.,Changzhou University | Huang W.,Pennsylvania State University | Komarneni S.,Pennsylvania State University | Aref A.R.,Pennsylvania State University | And 6 more authors.
Chemical Communications | Year: 2015

Herein, we report a unique tin phosphate that is remarkably selective to 137Cs+ from extremly acidic solutions because of its special layered structure with an unusually large interlayer space. This acidic exchanger is superior to other existing materials in terms of its selectivity and capacity for 137Cs+ from acidic solutions. © The Royal Society of Chemistry. Source


Zhai B.-G.,Changzhou UniversityJiangsu | Ma Q.-L.,Changzhou UniversityJiangsu | Ma Q.-L.,Nantong University | Xiong R.,Wuhan UniversityHubei | And 2 more authors.
Materials Research Bulletin | Year: 2016

Dy3+ doped barium aluminate (BaAl2O4:Dy3+) phosphors were prepared via the sol-gel combustion route at the ignition temperature of 600 °C. The phosphors were characterized with X-ray diffractometry, scanning electron microscopy, transmission electron microscopy, photoluminescence spectroscopy, Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy and X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy. Regardless of the absence of Eu2+ luminescent centers, broadband blue-green afterglow with its peak at about 490 nm was recorded in the BaAl2O4:Dy3+ phosphors. The decay profile of the blue-green afterglow can be best fitted into a two-component exponential function with the two lifetime decay constants to be 8.81 and 45.25 s, respectively. The observation of blue-green afterglow from BaAl2O4:Dy3+ in the absence of Eu2+ provides unique opportunity in unveiling the afterglow mechanisms of rare-earth doped alkaline-metal aluminates. Possible mechanisms on the blue-green afterglow in BaAl2O4:Dy3+ phosphors are discussed in terms of the Dy3+ ions introduced trap centers as well as luminescent centers in the crystal lattice. © 2015 Elsevier Ltd. Source


Jin C.,Changzhou UniversityJiangsu | Jin C.,Jilin University | Ma X.,Changzhou UniversityJiangsu | Zhang J.,Changzhou UniversityJiangsu | And 2 more authors.
Electrochimica Acta | Year: 2014

The surface modification of Pt/C catalyst with Ag and the electrocatalytic oxidation of ethanol on the Ag-modified Pt/C catalysts are investigated. The Ag-modified Pt/C catalysts are prepared by means of the potentiostatic deposition of Ag on the Pt nanoparticles loaded on carbon black and coated on glassy carbon (GC) electrodes. Instrumental analysis and electrochemical analysis show that the metal nanoparticles are well distributed on carbon black and the surface of the Pt nanoparticles is partially covered by Ag. Cyclic voltammetric (CV) results display that the deposition of Ag leads to a significant improvement in the activity of Pt/C for ethanol oxidation in alkaline solution. In a wide range of Ag loadings, the Ag-modified Pt/C catalysts show more negative onset oxidation potential and much higher peak current density than the Pt/C catalyst, though Ag has no catalytic activity for ethanol oxidation. © 2014 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved. Source


Jin C.,Changzhou UniversityJiangsu | Jin C.,Jilin University | Zhu J.,Changzhou UniversityJiangsu | Dong R.,Changzhou UniversityJiangsu | Huo Q.,Jilin University
Electrochimica Acta | Year: 2016

The partial surface modification of reduced graphene oxide-supported Pt nanoparticles with a small amount of Au and the electrooxidation of ethylene glycol and glycerol on Au-modified Pt nanoparticles/reduced graphene oxide (Au/Pt/RGO) catalysts have been investigated. The deposition of Au on Pt/RGO was performed electrochemically, and Au/Pt/RGO catalysts with the Au:Pt atomic ratio of 1:74, 1:41 and 1:20 were prepared. The characterization of catalysts showed the coverage from 4 to 17% of the Pt surfaces by Au adatoms. The Au/Pt/RGO catalysts have the property reflecting the features of both Pt and Au, but behave more similar to Pt/RGO in ethylene glycol oxidation and to Au/RGO in glycerol oxidation. Furthermore, the Au/Pt/RGO catalysts exhibit higher activity than Pt/RGO and Au/RGO in the two reactions. The significant change in the activity of Pt/RGO by the surface modification with a small amount of Au and the different performances of Au/Pt/RGO in the oxidation of ethylene glycol and glycerol are of significance for practical application and theoretical investigation. © 2016 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved. Source


Han C.-M.,Changzhou UniversityJiangsu | Zhou X.-Y.,Capital Medical University | Cao J.,Changzhou UniversityJiangsu | Zhang X.-Y.,Capital Medical University | Chen X.,Changzhou UniversityJiangsu
Bioorganic Chemistry | Year: 2015

In the presence of K2CO3/Cs2CO3 (molar ratio 10:1), garcinol was subjected to methylation by reaction with iodomethane at room temperature to afford 13,14-dimethoxy garcinol. The methylated garcinol derivative was screened against oral cancer cell line SCC15 for cell proliferation and apoptosis. 13,14-Dimethoxy garcinol showed weaker inhibitory activity on SCC15 cell growth than garcinol, and had little effect on cell cycle and apoptosis of SCC15, whereas garcinol effectively induced cell cycle arrest and cell apoptosis. Meanwhile, the ELISA data showed that the inhibitory effect of garcinol on 5-Lox pathway was more potent than 13,14-dimethoxy garcinol (P < 0.05). All these results have confirmed the important role of 13,14-dihydroxy groups for anti-cancer effects of garcinol. © 2015; Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved. Source

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