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Fourier transform infrared
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(3570 times)
SEM (7131 times)
XRD (6900 times)
TEM (3596 times)
1975 Sulfhydryl groups in hemoglobin. A new molecular probe at the alpha1 beta 1 interface studied by Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy.
Fourier transform IR
(135 times)
(34 times)
IR (18 times)
SEM (16 times)
XRD (16 times)
1991 Toward the elucidation of the mechanism of attachment and entry of malaria sporozoites into cells: synthetic polypeptides from the circumsporozoite protein of Plasmodium falciparum bind Ca2+ and interact with model phospholipid membranes.
Fourier infrared spectroscopy
(68 times)
Environmental Health
(14 times)
SEM (28 times)
XRD (26 times)
TEM (17 times)
2004 Death of Escherichia coli during rapid and severe dehydration is related to lipid phase transition.
frustrated total internal reflection
(25 times)
(11 times)
FIM (2 times)
DCPC (1 time)
EBS (1 time)
1989 Dielectric compound parabolic concentrating solar collector with a frustrated total internal reflection absorber.
functional groups
(10 times)
Environmental Health
(4 times)
AB-414 (1 time)
AO-142 (1 time)
BC (1 time)
2016 Isolation and characterization of cellulose nanofibers from cassava root bagasse and peelings.
reflection-Fourier transform infrared
(6 times)
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SEM (2 times)
DMA (1 time)
DSC (1 time)
2012 FT-IR and NMR study of seed coat dissected from different colored progenies of Brassica napus-Sinapis alba hybrids.
transmission-Fourier transform infrared
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BSA (1 time)
ESR (1 time)
2006 Surface modification of poly(oligoethylene oxide methacrylate) for resisting protein adsorption.