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121. A New Mechanism for Natural Diamond Formation
       Natural diamonds are mainly formed under high pressure and high temperature conditions, which can be produced in the Earth’s deep interior or by collisions between celestrial bodies. Intensive research over the past half century shows that most diamonds from the Earth’s deep interior we...
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122. Considering the Impact of the Indoor Chemistry Cocktail
    Credit: CC0 Public Domain   A pair of researchers, one with the Chinese Academy of Sciences in China, the other with the University of Toronto in Canada has revisited the topic of indoor chemistry and its impact on human health. In their Perspective piece published in the journal Science, Sas...
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123. Considering the Impact of the Indoor Chemistry Cocktail
    Credit: CC0 Public Domain   A pair of researchers, one with the Chinese Academy of Sciences in China, the other with the University of Toronto in Canada has revisited the topic of indoor chemistry and its impact on human health. In their Perspective piece published in the journal Science, Sas...
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124. Indoor Atmospheric Chemistry: An Emerging Global Concern
    Sasho Gligorovski from Guangzhou Institute of Geochemistry and his colleague Jon Abbatt from University of Toronto published a perspective article entitled as “An Indoor Chemical Cocktail” in “Science” giving an overview about the chemistry occurring in our dwellings which may affect the hu...
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125. Isotope constraints on nitrogen sources and turnover processes in the Pearl River Estuary
    Estuaries are regions of active land-ocean interaction and play an important role in regulating material fluxes from land to sea. The biogeochemical processes of riverine-borne materials occurred during estuarine mixing, in particular the associated nitrogen (N) cycling and turnover processes, ...
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126. What caused the Neoproterozoic mantle plume and subsequently breakup the Supercontinent Rodinia?
    It is general considered that deep mantle upwelling (mantle plume) play an important role for breakup of Supercontinents. However, multistage rifting and associated magmatic activities are general occurred preceding extensive mantle plume magmatism. Therefore, the knowledge of origin of the pre...
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127. Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in Chinese forest soils
    Forests have been suggested to play an important role in maintaining the balance of environment by preserving biodiversity and nature. However, air pollution caused by release of harmful chemicals and pollutants could cause deposition of these contaminants in forest soil. In result forests act ...
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128. Crust Generation Rates Strongly Non-uniform Within Long-lived Accretionary Orogens
       Accretionary orogens are major sites of generation of continental crust but the spatial and temporal distribution of crust generation within individual orogens remains poorly constrained. The Central Asian Orogenic Belt (CAOB) extends from the Urals in the west, to the Okhotsk Sea along ...
Keywords:accretionary orogen; crustal generation; granites; North Xinjiang; Central Asian orogenic belt     Published time:2017-06-01 10:24
129. Novel Keggin-Al30 Pillared Montmorillonite Synthesized
    Strong surface acidity, excellent thermal stability, and a large number of micropores extend the applicability of pillared interlayered clays (PILCs) as catalyst supports and shape-selective adsorbents. Microporosity is one of the most significant characteristics of PILCs. Numerous researchers ...
Keywords:Pillared interlayered clays (PILCs); Intercalations; Keggin-Al30; Microporous materials; NMR spectro...     Published time:2017-05-23 11:33
130. Novel Representative Active PHE Degrader Identified and Isolated from Indigenous Wastewater Microbial Community
    Recently, Prof. LUO Chunling’s research team in Guangzhou Institute of Geochemistry of the Chinese Academy of Sciences (GIGCAS), explored the functional populations actually responsible for in situ phenanthrene (PHE) degradation in petroleum-contaminated wastewater using DNA-stable isotope pro...
Keywords:LUO;Chunling;luo;function;scienc;PHE;biodegradation;explor;prof;figur;sip;recent     Published time:2017-05-03 10:24
131. How and Why Intraplate Strain Becomes Focused in Discrete Zones?
    How and why dose the intraplate strain become focused in discrete zones is a first-order problem in geodynamics? Such heterogeneous intraplate strain is exemplified in central Asia, where the Indo-Eurasian collision has caused widespread deformation while the Tarim block has experienced minimal...
Keywords:Intraplate Strain;minimal Cenozoic shortening;Tarim crust     Published time:2017-04-12 16:09
132. Biomass burning causes unexpected increases of terpenoids secondary organic aerosols in autumn and winter over China
    Biomass burning (BB) is the most important source of global primary organic aerosols. During the process of BB, large amounts of reactive gases (e.g. terpenoids and NOx) are released into the air and further produce substantial secondary organic aerosols (SOA), which significantly affects globa...
Keywords:isoprene secondary organic aerosol;biomass burning; isoprene secondary organic aerosol     Published time:2017-03-31 10:55
133. Mantle Plume Responsible for Permian Basalts in East Tianshan
    Identifying tectonic setting is one of the most important aspects of geological research. However, traditional method is problematic in identifying emplacement tectonic setting of magmas which are metasomatized by subduction-related fluids. A new method to conquer this deficiency is badly neede...
Keywords:Chinese;Academy;identifi;academi;scienc;rock;Guangzhou;Institute;method;volcan;guangzhou;arc     Published time:2017-03-29 16:20
134. The tectonic implication of the lithospheric strength varies in Mainland China
     The strength distribution in the continental lithosphere plays an essential role in controlling the behavior of continental deformation. And the viscosity is a more direct evidence for the flow, compared with the velocity and temperature.   The present tectonics of Mainland China has been ma...
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135. Combustion Processes: Important Sources of PCNs at the Equatorial Indian Ocean
    Polychlorinated naphthalenes (PCNs) are defined as persistent organic pollutants (POPs) because of their persistence, long-range transportability, bioaccumulation, and adverse effects on organisms. Technical PCN products had been widely used as insulators, lubricants, flame retardants, paint ad...
Keywords:persistent organic pollutants (POPs); persistent organic pollutants (POPs)     Published time:2016-10-09 17:11
136. Sino-German workshop on “Sources, Processes and Health Effects of Air Pollutants: Toward Health-Based Air Quality Manag...
    From September 18th to 22nd, 2016, the Sino-German workshop on ‘Sources, Processes and Health Effects of Air Pollutants: Toward Health-Based Air Quality Management in China’ proposed and organized by Prof. Xinming Wang (Guangzhou Institute of Geochemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences) and Pro...
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137. The Chinese North Tianshan Orogen was a rear-arc (or back-arc) environment in the Late Carboniferous: constraint from th...
    Arc magmatism is thought to be a principal process in continental creation at least through the Phanerozoic (Davidson and Arculus, 2006). The Bogda–(Harlik) belt, the northern margin of Chinese North Tianshan, is thought as an ancient arc system between the Juggar Basin to the north and the Tu...
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138. Jumping Diffusion of Water Nanoconfined in Hydrotalcite-like Compounds
    Hydrotalcite-like compounds (HTLC), also known as layered double hydroxides, contain water and anions in the nanoscale interlayers. They are widely used as catalysts, adsorbing agents, electrode modifiers, and so on. These usages are correlated with physical-chemical processes in interlayers (e...
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139. Subjected Ancient Slabs form Heterogeneous Seismic Scatterer at the Core Mantle Boundary
    Previous tomographic studies show that there is a ring of clear high-velocity anomalies around the Pacific Anomaly near the core–mantle boundary (CMB). However, because of inadequate sampling and limited resolution from conventional seismic phases, the detailed structure and origin of these an...
Keywords:Seismic scatterers; PKP precursor; Subducted slabs; Lateral heterogeneities; Core–mantle boundary     Published time:2016-06-24 15:21
140. Researcher Explains the Present-Day Residual Gravity Anomaly in the Emeishan Large Igneous Province
    In recent years, Emeishan large igneous province (ELIP) has drawn the attention of the scientific community because of its great importance in understanding the origin of intraplate igneous structures and its possible synchrony with the end-Permian mass extinctions. Many geological and geochemi...
Keywords:Emeishan large igneous province; stripping method;     Published time:2016-06-21 16:52
141. Microporous Minerals Remove NDMA from Aqueous Solution
 N-nitrosodimethylamine (NDMA), as a disinfection byproduct of chlorination/chloramination and ozonation......
Keywords:NDMA; NDMA; mineral micropores     Published time:2016-06-20 15:47
142. Melt-weakened crustal flow triggers the expansion of the Tibetan Plateau
 The Tibetan Plateau is an area of anomalously thick (~ 50–90 km) continental crust and it is the high......
Keywords:Tibetan Plateau;Melt-weakened crustal flow;Volcanic rocks; Pliocene-Quaternary felsic magmas     Published time:2016-06-17 10:03
143. Could uptake and acropetal translocation of PBDEs by corn be enhanced following Cu exposure?
 Polybrominated diphenyl ethers (PBDEs), a group of halogenated chemicals, some of them have been added ......
Keywords:Polybrominated diphenyl ethers;Transpiration steam concentration factor     Published time:2016-03-28 15:55
144. The non-micellar template model for porous clay heterostructures
 Porous clay heterostructures (PCHs) are synthesized by alkylammonium with long hydrophobic tails as org......
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145. Progress on microbial aromatization in Kukersite oilshale
 Aromatization of organic compounds occurs certainly during diagenesis, such as naphthalenes and phenant......
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146. Progestagens detected in animal farms could affect fish sex differentiation
 Natural progesterone and various synthetic progestins are widely used by humans and animals for various......
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147. Modified BET equation characterizes micropore volume and meso-/macro-pore surface areas of shales
 Currently, the conventional BET equation, DR and BJH models are widely used to characterize the pore st......
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148. Algae absorbs more nonylphenol than phenanthrene
 Nonylphenol (NP) is one of endocrine disrupting chemicals (EDCs) since it is able to mimic natural estr......
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149. Polluters Determine Spatial Distribution of Old and Emerging Flame Retardants in Chinese Forest Soils
 Flame retardants (FRs) are a class of chemicals used to reduce flammability in different kind of produc......
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150. Transformation of Organoarsenic Feed Additive, p-Arsanilic Acid, Mediated by Soil Mineral Birnessite
 Organoarsenic feed additives are widely used in many developing countries to promote growth and suppres......
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