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Wittgenstein's Elimination of Identity for Quantifier-free logic
One of the central logical ideas in Wittgenstein’s Tractatus logico-philosophicus is the elimination of the identity sign in favor of the so-called “exclusive interpretation” of names and quantifiers requiring different ...
High performance organic light-emitting diodes employing ITO-free and flexible TiOx/Ag/Al:ZnO electrodes
The broad application of flexible optoelectronic devices is still hampered by the lack of an ITO-free and highly flexible transparent electrode. Dielectric/metal/dielectric (DMD) transparent electrodes are promising ...
Pd/Alumina Catalysts for Beneficial Transformation of Harmful Freon R-22
Chlorodifluoromethane (R-22), the most abundant freon in the atmosphere, was subjected to successful hydrodechlorination in the presence of palladium supported on γ-alumina, at a relatively low reaction temperature (180 ...
Sensitized Photocatalytic CO2 Reduction With Earth Abundant 3d Metal Complexes Possessing Dipicolyl-Triazacyclononane Derivatives
Complexes based on nitrogen and sulfur containing ligands involving 3d metal centers are known for the electrocatalytic reduction of CO2. However, photocatalytical activation has rarely been investigated. We herein present ...
Electrochemical Immunomagnetic Ochratoxin A Sensing: Steps Forward in the Application of 3,3’,5,5’‐Tetramethylbenzidine in Amperometric Assays
Electrochemical methods offer great promise in meeting the demand for user-friendly on-site devices for monitoring important parameters. The food industry often runs own lab procedures, for example, for mycotoxin analysis, ...