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Sara Sewastianik, Andrzej Gajewski
Published: 14 October 2020
by MDPI
Proceedings, Volume 51; doi:10.3390/proceedings2020051033

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The purpose of this work is a comparison of indirect carbon dioxide emissions between the different heat pump types that operate in Polish climate conditions. This analysis embraces an air–water heat pump (ASHP), ground–water heat pump (GSHP), water–water heat pump (WSHP), and a WSHP with a separating heat exchanger (SHE) in the selected towns, one in each climatic zone in the country. The study starts from a computation of heat demand and electrical energy consumption in every hour of the heating season using temperature values taken from a typical meteorological year (TMY). Then, seasonal coefficient of performance (SCOP) values are determined, which enables an assessment of which kind of heat pump meets the European Union requirements in every location. Eventually, indirect CO2 emissions that are caused by electrical energy production are estimated for every heat pump in each location.
Andreea Donise, Gabriela Nita, Mihaela Emanuela Craciun, Mihaela Mihai
Published: 12 October 2020
by MDPI
Proceedings, Volume 55; doi:10.3390/proceedings2020055015

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Quality represents all the characteristics and features of a product or service that satisfies individual requirements. In other words, quality is measured by the degree of customer satisfaction regarding a product or service. The implementation of the control diagram is studied at the distribution store reception of Metaxa cognac orders. The delivery was performed in boxes of six bottles. The control charts follow the degree of filling of the bottles. The volume of filling was measured on a batch of 36 bottles to establish reliable control limits. The studied sample comprised 36 bottles distributed in six boxes.
Monika Załuska, Katarzyna Gładyszewska-Fiedoruk
Published: 10 October 2020
by MDPI
Proceedings, Volume 51; doi:10.3390/proceedings2020051032

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The level of environmental quality is the result of many factors, and the most important of these is human activity. A responsible approach to the environment is looking for methods to eliminate pollution from the environment. Waste incineration is a way to rationally manage and process waste, minimize emissions of air pollutants and ecologically produce heat and electricity. The purpose of this article is to build and analyze a regression model describing the relationship of pollutant emissions to air from waste incineration plants depending on various factors.
Sorin Sebastian Gheorghe, Ruxandra Maria Ilie-Mihai, Raluca-Ioana Stefan-Van Staden, Alexandru Bratei
Published: 10 October 2020
by MDPI
Proceedings, Volume 55; doi:10.3390/proceedings2020055014

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Interleukins proved to be valuable biomarkers for different diseases. Interleukins 1β, 6, and 12 can be used as biomarkers for brain cancer diagnosis, and therefore this paper proposed a needle stochastic sensor based on protoporphyrin IX immobilized in nano-diamond paste for fast screening of biological samples, such as whole blood, urine and brain tumoral tissue, for these interleukins. The results obtained using this needle stochastic sensor proved that the interleukins 1β, 6, and 12 can be reliably determined from whole blood, urine and brain tumoral tissue, with recoveries higher than 96.00% and with relative standard deviations lower than 1.00%. The validation of the method was performed using whole blood and tissue samples collected from the patients confirmed with brain tumor.
Iwona Skoczko, Iwona Skoczko
Published: 10 October 2020
by MDPI
Proceedings, Volume 51; doi:10.3390/proceedings2020051031

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The aim of this work was to investigate magnetic field (MF) usage for urban water treatment. Currently, the popular method of ground water purification includes water aeration and filtration, which are expensive and energy intensive. MF is not used for drinking water treatment but mostly for boiler and cooling water at industrial water plants or in farming for plant growth. The authors decided to test it at a small water treatment station in Poland. An MF generator was placed on the pipe between raw water intake and aeration. The results proved higher efficiency in water treatment, especially in hardness, turbidity, Fe, Mn and NH4 removal.
Eugenia Totu, Ibrahim Isildak, Daniel Petre, Selim IŞILDAK, Mustafa Niğde, Özlem Tavukçuoğlu, Ridvan Yildirim, Tiberiu Totu, Ismail Ağır
Published: 9 October 2020
by MDPI
Proceedings, Volume 55; doi:10.3390/proceedings2020055013

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We report the statistical parameters associated with the dynamic characteristics of a calcium microelectrode. The electrochemical behavior of the obtained microsensor was assessed against the main interferents.
Victoria Hilborne, Anna Roffey
Published: 8 October 2020
by MDPI
Proceedings, Volume 55; doi:10.3390/proceedings2020055012

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The master’s degree in Applied Analytical Chemistry at University College London (UCL) includes valuable teaching input from the UK National Measurement Laboratory for Chemical and Bio-Measurement hosted at LGC. The course starts by introducing accuracy, sensitivity, specificity, trueness, and precision for validating analytical chemistry measurement methods. The principles of proficiency tests, quality control, ruggedness, and associated statistics are practiced using a wide variety of case studies.
Ricardo J.N.B. Da Silva
Published: 27 September 2020
by MDPI
Proceedings, Volume 55; doi:10.3390/proceedings2020055011

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This communication presents the teaching experience of Ricardo Bettencourt da Silva in the scientific areas of metrology and examinology in chemistry at various universities.
Madalina Maria Nichitoi, Teodor Costache, Ana Maria Josceanu, Raluca Isopescu, Gabriela Isopencu, Vasile Lavric
Published: 24 September 2020
by MDPI
Proceedings, Volume 55; doi:10.3390/proceedings2020055010

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: We identified and quantified by LC-MS/MS 11 (quercetin, galangin, pinocembrin, kaempferol, vanillin, chrysin, gallic acid, p-coumaric acid, trans-ferulic acid, caffeic acid, and caffeic acid phenethyl ester) out of the 21 polyphenolic compounds we looked for in ethanolic (25% and 50%) and aqueous propolis extracts by comparison with standards and literature data.
Amalia Stefaniu, Lucia Pirvu, Eleonora-Mihaela Ungureanu, Liviu Birzan, Gabriela Stanciu, Laura-Bianca Enache, Veronica Anastasoaie
Published: 22 September 2020
by MDPI
Proceedings, Volume 55; doi:10.3390/proceedings2020055009

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Virtual screening of compound libraries for property predictions has various applications such as: prediction of oxido-reduction potentials in view of molecular recognition, drug-likeness assessment, and design of new potential therapeutic agents, quantitative structure-property and activity relationships (QSPR/QSAR) modeling to design new structures and property predictions. Available free online platforms or specialized software provide us with vital help to design, characterize and evaluate molecular features and descriptors for imaginary systems or newly synthesized ones, to establish their potential for new applications by controlling and modeling their chemical/ biochemical behavior and properties. Predictions allow us to reduce the time spent, the cost of reagents or elaborate and costly assays, and provide us enlarged and complex perspectives.
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