Data for: Development of a rapid micro-Raman spectroscopy approach for detection of NIAS in LDPE pellets and extruded films for food packaging applications
Contributors: chiara portesi, Valter Maurino, Maria Cesarina Abete, A. M. Rossi, Francesca Durbiano, Davide Visentin, Marco Rizzi
... Identification and quantification of Non Intentionally Added Substances (NIAS) at low concentrations and eventually their distribution on Low Density Polyethylene (LDPE) films is an important issue. As Raman spectroscopy techniques are innovative and sensitive analytical methods and do not require pretreatment and manipulation of the sample, these were used for the identification of NIAS in LDPE pellet and films, which are commonly used for food packaging applications. The aggregation state of NIAS in LDPE were observed by Raman imaging with micrometric resolution. Four main NIAS compounds were identified in granule and film surfaces by confocal Raman spectroscopy: calcite (CaCO3), calcium sulphate (CaSO4), polystyrene (PS) and titanium dioxide (TiO2) in anatase form. By a semi-quantitative evaluation of the inorganic NIAS, 9.93 mg/kg of CaCO3, 1.62 mg/kg of CaSO4 and 0.17 mg/kg of TiO2 were estimated. The experimental findings achieved by Raman analysis were confirmed by the results obtained by Inductively Coupled Plasma-Mass Spectrometry (ICP-MS). Moreover, the toxicity of the identified compounds was examined according to the Cramer rules.
Extending the Ability of Near-Infrared Images to Monitor Small River Discharge on the Northeastern Tibetan Plateau (2018WR023808)
Contributors: li haojie, Hongyi Li
... Data accessing (2018WR023808) Note: All data used in this study are provided in this repository, including daily gauge discharge data, drawing data and calculations code. Please refer to this paper for details on how to use the data. 1. The all figures of this paper are provided. The vector data used in Figure 1 and Figure 4 are uploaded to separate folders (shp). 2. The data for drawing in this study are shared in data attachment file (excel). 3. Gauged discharge data The daily gauge discharge data used in this study are shared in the data attachment file (excel). 4. Landsat images and code The Landsat image sets and calculation code used in this study are available on the Google Earth Engine platform. The links of image sets and sample code as below. TM https://developers.google.com/earth-engine/datasets/catalog/LANDSAT_LT05_C01_T1 ETM https://developers.google.com/earth-engine/datasets/catalog/LANDSAT_LE07_C01_T1 OLI https://developers.google.com/earth-engine/datasets/catalog/LANDSAT_LC8_L1T Calculation code https://code.earthengine.google.com/2254187574dedb2c0b2e9a7fc1832eb2
Data for: Influencing parameters of direct homogenization intercalation of kaolinite with urea, dimethyl sulfoxide, formamide, and N-methylformamide
Contributors: Éva Makó
... Influencing parameters of direct homogenization intercalation of kaolinite with urea, dimethyl sulfoxide, formamide, and N-methylformamide
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Contributors: Huajun Ming
... The Fredlund-Xing (FX) model was chosen to develop the proposed equation. 1. SWR data sets were recoreded from other published papers. Related references can be found in Table 3. 2. Tables and Figures are shown in the paper. 3. Original datum of figures can be found in the folder "OriginPro and pictures related to Figures", and original pictures of figures can also be found in the jpg type.
Contributors: Enrique Garcia-Macias, Alejandro E. Martínez-Castro
... All the data relating the case studies used to validate the HTSA approach. These include: simply supported beam, continuous three-span bridge, the viaduct of Rodenillo, and the viaduct of Santa Ana. Along with the data files, MATLAB scripts are also provided to post-process the results.
Contributors: EDY BUDIMAN
... Supplementary Files for Mobile Cultural Heritage: concept, design, an implementation for culture and object learning models
Structural analysis of dimeric calreticulin using stable isotope labelling, cross-linking, mass spectrometry and modelling
Contributors: Peter Hojrup, Sanne Grundvad Boelt
... Description of raw-files: FUS04612: Orbitrap Fusion analysis of heat-treated and BS3 cross-linked dimeric calreiticulin where the dimer is a combination of human recombinant 15N-labelled calreticulin expressed in P. pastoris mixed with native human placental calreticulin. FUS04614: Duplicate of FUS04612 QHF1883: Q Exactive HF analysis of heat-treated and BS3 cross-linked dimeric calreiticulin where the dimer is a combination of human recombinant 15N-labelled calreticulin expressed in P. pastoris mixed with native human placental calreticulin. QHF1884: Duplicate of QHF1883 Obvb08125: Orbitrap Velos Pro analysis of heat-treated and BS3 cross-linked dimeric calreiticulin where the dimer is a combination of human recombinant 15N-labelled calreticulin expressed in P. pastoris mixed with native human placental calreticulin. Obvb08126, Obvb08127, Obvb08128: Three replicates of Obvb08125.
Contributors: Joshua Soderholm
... The following collection is used to demonstrate the HailPixel survey technique as part of an AGU GRL publication. The following is an abstract for this paper: A new technique, named "HailPixel," is introduced for measuring the maximum dimension and intermediate dimension of hailstones from aerial imagery. The photogrammetry procedure applies a convolutional neural network for robust detection of hailstones against complex backgrounds and an edge detection method for measuring the shape of identified hailstones. This semi-automated technique is capable of measuring many thousands of hailstones within a single survey, which is several orders of magnitude larger than population sizes from existing sensors (e.g., a hail pad). Comparison with a co-located hail pad for an Argentinan hailstorm event demonstrates the larger population size of the HailPixel survey significantly improves the shape and tails of the observed hail size distribution. When hailfall is sparse, such as during large and giant hail events, the large survey area of this technique is especially advantageous for resolving the hail size distribution. The dataset contains the DEM and orthomosaic imagery, processing reports, final location of hail centroids, final measurements of hail major and minor axis, subset offsets and hail pad data. For more information applying the subset offsets to calculate the true position of the hail centroids please see the paper.
Contributors: EDY BUDIMAN
... the Intangible Cultural Heritage from UNESCO
Data for: Co(II) impregnated Al(III)-pillared montmorillonite-synthesis, characterization and catalytic properties in Oxone® activation for dye degradation
Contributors: Sanja Marinović
... We are providing links for the paper with synthesis description and to software download link for data analysis.