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Thermodynamic Modeling of Branched Molecular Systems
Presence of branches in the molecular structure results in properties different from that of linear molecules and also leads to special industrial value and diverse novel applications. However, a basic knowledge of ...
Investigation of a system with a tunable anharmonic interaction potential using paramagnetic colloids
Colloidal physics dictates properties of many small-scale and large-scale systems with applications ranging from drug delivery to catalysis. Colloidal systems can also be used as emulsion stabilizers or used in liquid ...
Development of de novo biosynthetic pathways
Microbial biorefineries and biomanufacturing, which harness biosynthetic pathways, are becoming economically viable alternatives to traditional petrochemical refineries and manufacturing due to their cleanness, flexibility, ...