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Hybridization thermodynamics on solid supports are compared with those in solution for two types of hybridization probe, DNA and uncharged morpholino oligonucleotides of identical sequences. Trends in hybridization affinity are discussed with respect to ionic strength, temperature, and surface behavior.
Surface vs Solution Hybridization: Effects of Salt, Temperature, and Probe Type†
Wanqiong Qiao,a,b Hao-Chun Chiang,a Hui Xie,a,b and Rastislav Levickycorresponding authora
2016 Dec 18.
We solve the nonlinear Maxwell equations in an InP-based dielectric metamaterial, considering both two-photon absorption and photo-induced free-carrier absorption. We obtain the intensity-dependent reflection, absorption, and effective permittivity and permeability of the metamaterial. Our results show that nonlinear absorption dampens both the electric and magnetic Mie resonance, although the magnetic resonance is more affected because it occurs at longer wavelengths where the free-carrier absorption cross section is larger. Owing to field concentration in the metamaterial at resonance, the threshold intensity for nonlinear absorption is reduced by a factor of about 30 compared to a homogeneous layer of the same thickness. Our results have implications on the use of dielectric metamaterials for nonlinear applications such as higher harmonic generation, optical limiting, and ultrafast modulation.
Indium phosphide metasurface with enhanced nonlinear absorption
Brian Slovick,corresponding author Lucas Zipp, and Srini Krishnamurthy
With a conceptual shift in sewage treatment from ‘waste pollution’ to ‘vehicle of resource and energy recovery’ and the further intensification of the energy crisis, the separation and recovery of carbon resources from discharged sewage has gained increasing recent attention in the field of water treatment. The ultra-short Solids Retention Time (SRT) activated sludge process (SRT ≤ 4 d) is highly efficient for separating organic matter and improving the energy recovery rate in wastewater treatment plants, but the effluent quality is relatively poor. If organics in the ultra-short SRT effluent can be reduced further to separate and recover carbon resources, the process may soon replace the traditional activated sludge process. We conducted physical adsorption carbon recovery experiments in an ultra-short SRT (SRT = 2 d) activated sludge system using three carbon nanotubes. Considering that Chemical Oxygen Demand (COD) arises from a mixture of organic compounds, and because humic acid (HA) makes up a large fraction of the effluent and can cause great environmental harm, further experiments were conducted on the adsorption of HA in the effluent COD to three nanotubes. This study proposes a novel method to completely remove organics from the effluent from ultra-short SRT activated sludge processes and reveals nanotube adsorption properties and mechanisms.
Adsorption characteristics of organics in the effluent of ultra-short SRT wastewater treatment by single-walled, multi-walled, and graphitized multi-walled carbon nanotubes
Yifei Zha, Yuanyuan Wang, Shuzi Liu, Shuai Liu, Yaqiong Yang, Hangcheng Jiang, Yuankai Zhang,corresponding author Lu Qi,corresponding author and Hongchen Wang