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  1. The world-wide developer community has downloaded over three million\ncopies of BIRT (Business Intelligence and Reporting Tools) from the\nEclipse web site. Built on the open-source Eclipse platform, BIRT\nis a powerful reporting system that…
  2. The regioregular highly head-to-tail-coupled poly(3-alkylthiophene) (HT-P3AT) films were prepared by a friction-transfer technique. Polarized LTV-vis absorption spectroscopy and grazing incidence X-ray diffraction (GIXD) were used to study the…
  3. A series of five polymers containing different benzodithiophene isomers copolymerized with alkylated dithiophene have been synthesized and characterized in terms of their semiconducting properties. Because of the different bonding geometry of the…
  4. The backbone stability of benzyl-trimethyl ammonium (BTMA) functionalized polyaromatics was investigated in two structurally differing polymer architectures; quaternized poly(arylene ether) (PAE) and poly(phenylene) (PP). FTIR analysis indicated the…
  5. We report an insulator-based (or, electrodeless) dielectrophoresis utilizing microfabricated plastic membranes. The membranes with honeycomb-type pores have been fabricated by patterning the SU-8 layer on a substrate which was pretreated with…
  6. It would be of great interest to ascertain whether it is feasible to employ large macromolecular aggregates or even whole cells as templates to create complementary surfaces. In order to effect such a synthesis, it is necessary (i) to develop an…
  7. A systematic investigation into the effect of surface chemistry on bacterial adhesion was carried out. In particular, a number of physicochemical factors important in defining the surface at the molecular level were assessed for their effect on the…
  8. In the process of endourological development a variety of foreign bodies have been invented besides urinary catheters, on which biofilm can be formed. Bacteria in the biofilm are less susceptible to antibiotics. An additional problem of medical…
  9. Biofilms--matrix-enclosed microbial accretions that adhere to biological or non-biological surfaces--represent a significant and incompletely understood mode of growth for bacteria. Biofilm formation appears early in the fossil record (approximately…
  10. Cotton-based waste textiles were explored as alternative feedstock for production of bacterial cellulose (BC) by Gluconacetobacter xylinus. The cellulosic fabrics were treated with the ionic liquid (IL) 1-allyl-3-methylimidazolium chloride (AMIMCl).…
  11. Nanocrystals prepared from bacterial cellulose are considered as 'green nanomaterials' depending on their renewable nature and ease of production without the involvement of hazardous chemical treatments. In this investigation, a top down approach…
  12. A bacterial strain isolated from the fermentation of Colombian homemade vinegar, Gluconacetobacter medellensis, was investigated as a new source of bacterial cellulose (BC). The BC produced from substrate media consisting of various carbon sources…
  13. Nanocomposite films of bacterial cellulose (10-50 wt%) and polyurethane-based resin were prepared and characterized for physical, mechanical and dielectric properties. It was observed that the bacterial cellulose swelled in ethanol, and that…
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