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Dynamic forcing of oxygen, iron, and manganese fluxes at the sediment-water interface in lakes and reservoirs
(Virginia Tech, 2010-03-23)
The National Research Council recently called for a more interdisciplinary approach to drinking water research to address the critical issue of global drinking water supplies. Hypolimnetic oxygenation systems (HOₓ) are ...
Model Chromia Surface Chemistry: C2 Alkyl Fragment Reactions and Probe Molecule Interactions
(Virginia Tech, 2010-09-29)
The thermally induced reaction of chlorinated ethanes on the nearly-stoichiometric α-Cr₂O₃ (102) surface results in the formation of gas phase hydrocarbons including ethylene, ethane, acetylene, 2-butene, 2-butyne and ...
The Efficacy of Increased Water Consumption as a Weight Loss Strategy
(Virginia Tech, 2010-04-02)
The population of older adults continues to grow in the US, as does the prevalence of overweight and obesity within this group. Several factors may contribute to age-related weight gain, such as a reduced energy expenditure ...
Increased Water Consumption: A Self-Regulatory Strategy for Long-Term Weight Loss Maintenance?
(Virginia Tech, 2010-03-26)
One-third of the American population is obese (1), and of those successful at losing weight, most return to their baseline weight within three to five years (2). In an effort to increase the success of weight loss maintenance ...