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ID32022045Published Date2020-02-21JournalDalton transactions (Cambridge, England : 2003), 2020-02-21, Volume 49
Pincer molecules are of increasing interest due to the modular nature of modification and range of reactivity observed when coordinated to metal ions. A subset within the family of pincer molecules use a pyridine group to bridge the outer two arms as well as provide a N-donor atom for metal binding. While the arm appendages have been studied extensively, little research has been conducted on the electronic effects of the central, substituted pyridine systems. Therefore, a series of NNN pincer…
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IDDOI:10.1093/mnras/staa478Published Date2020-02-18JournalMonthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 2020-02-18
Abstract Studies of the kinematics and chemical compositions of Galactic globular clusters (GCs) enable the reconstruction of the history of star formation, chemical evolution, and mass assembly of the Galaxy. Using the latest data release (DR16) of the SDSS/APOGEE survey, we identify 3,090 stars associated with 46 GCs. Using a previously defined kinematic association, we break the sample down into eight separate groups and examine how the kinematics-based classification maps into chemical co…
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IDDOI:10.1177/0162643419836409Published Date2020-03-01JournalJournal of Special Education Technology, 2020-03-01, Volume 35
This study investigated the perspectives of elementary special education teachers regarding integrating technology into lessons. Eight special education teachers at a private university laboratory school, who varied in their levels of teaching experience and confidence with using technology, participated in the study. We interviewed each teacher three times, with two of the interviews following our observations of technology-integrated lessons. Qualitative analysis of interview transcripts pr…
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ID32020542Published Date2020-03-01JournalSports medicine (Auckland, N.Z.), 2020-03-01, Volume 50
The primary means of disseminating sport and exercise science research is currently through journal articles. However, not all studies, especially those with null findings, make it to formal publication. This publication bias towards positive findings may contribute to questionable research practices. Preregistration is a solution to prevent the publication of distorted evidence resulting from this system. This process asks authors to register their hypotheses and methods before data collecti…
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ID31169395Published Date2020-03-01JournalJournal of experimental psychology. Applied, 2020-03-01, Volume 26
Students' judgments of learning (JOLs) are often driven by cues that are not diagnostic of actual learning. One powerful cue that can mislead JOLs is lecture fluency-the degree to which an instructor delivers a smooth, confident, and well-polished lecture. Lecture fluency often inflates JOLs, but has no effect on actual learning. The limited research so far, however, has not systematically explored the role of instructor experience, which may moderate the effects of lecture fluency. In two ex…
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ID32065725Published Date2020-02-17JournalJournal for specialists in pediatric nursing : JSPN, 2020-02-17
Diagnosis and treatment for individuals with brain tumors during childhood involves sequelae, including abnormal weight gain. This symptom is commonly clustered with fatigue and increased risk for cardiovascular disease. Children's Oncology Group recommendations include annual surveillance of body mass index (BMI) and cardiometabolic comorbidities; however, there has been little emphasis on individualized screening early in survivorship.The primary purpose of this paper is to describe the fin…
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IDDOI:10.7717/peerj.8438Published Date2020-02-12JournalPeerJ, 2020-02-12, Volume 8
The effects of anthropogenic modification of air space on wildlife, particularly volant species, is not fully understood. Thus, it is essential to understand wildlife-interactions with tall structures to implement effective mitigation strategies. Yet, we are currently lacking standard protocols for visual surveys of wildlife behavior at such heights. Our study sought to determine an effective, repeatable method using readily available night vision and thermal technology to survey wildlife at …
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IDDOI:10.1177/1065912919899725Published Date2020-02-10JournalPolitical Research Quarterly, 2020-02-10
Do attitudes of elected officials toward racial issues change when the issues are portrayed as economic? Traditionally, scholars have presented Confederate symbols as primarily a racial issue: elites supporting their eradication from public life tend to emphasize the association of Confederate symbols with slavery and institutionalized racism, while those elected officials who oppose the removal of Confederate symbols often cite the heritage of white southerners. In addition to these racial e…
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ID32031192Published Date2020-02-07JournalNanoscale, 2020-02-07
While extensively investigated in thin film form for energy materials applications, this work investigates the formation of APbBr3 structures (A = CH3NH3+ (MA), Cs+) in silicon and oxidized silicon nanotubes (SiNTs) with varying inner diameter. We carefully control the extent of oxidation of the nanotube host and correlate the relative Si/Si oxide content in a given nanotube host with the photoluminescence quantum efficiency (PLQE) of the perovskite. Complementing these measurements is an eva…
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ID31851960Published Date2020-02-03JournalMethods and applications in fluorescence, 2020-02-03, Volume 8
We report the spectral properties of 2-Phenylindole (2PI) embedded in rigid poly (vinyl alcohol) (PVA) film. The 2PI in PVA film shows relatively strong and structured fluorescence with a maximum at 370 nm and surprisingly strong room temperature phosphorescence with an emission maximum of about 500 nm. The dye is highly immobilized in the polymer matrix, thus presenting high fluorescence anisotropy in an isotropic film of about 0.3 at room temperature. The 2-Phenylindole phosphorescence exci…
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