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Carbon Dynamics in Northern Marginal Seas
The marginal seas have, despite their relatively small area, an important role in the global carboncycle. They are largely influenced by carbon and nutrient fluxes from land and a large part of the biological production ...
Formation of Skin Sensitizers from Fragrance Terpenes via Oxidative Activation Routes. Chemical analysis, Structure Elucidation and Experimental Sensitization Studies
The work presented in this thesis emphasizes the importance of considering oxidative activation in the toxicity assessment of fragrance chemicals. Compounds without contact allergenic properties can be activated either via ...
Theoretical Investigations of the Role of Ion-Ion Correlations and Ion-Specific Interactions in Electric Double Layers
Electric double layers are ubiquitous, arising in some form in almost every situation involving an interface with an aqueous electrolyte solution. In order to gain insight into the behavior of electrolytes and electric ...
Proton conductivity in acceptor-doped lanthanide based pyrochlore oxides
A high interest in developing new materials for SOFC applications in the temperature range of approximately 200–500 degrees C has been growing lately. The lower activation energies for proton (H+) mobility can give higher ...
Limonene Hydroperoxides in Allergic Contact Dermatitis. Radical Formation, Sensitizing Capacity and Immunogenic Complex Formation.
Contact allergy to fragrance compounds is an increasing problem in the western countries today. R-Limonene is one of the most common fragrance compounds; it is used in hygiene products and cosmetics as well as in industrial ...