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  1. X-ray Absorption Spectroscopy of Copper: Characterization of the Human Copper Chaperone to Superoxide Dismutase

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  2. A general theoretical method for evaluating the formation of high-molecular weight/low-volatility compounds and their contribution to atmospheric organic particulate matter

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  3. Gas/Particle Partitioning of Ammonia and Nicotine in Mainstream Tobacco Smoke and its Implications of Acid/Base Chemistry of Tobacco Smoke

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  4. Specific requirements for translational regulation by a nascent peptide that stalls ribosomes in response to arginine

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  5. Effects of multiple phases and ionic constituents on gas/particle partitioning in atmospheric and other aerosols

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  6. Physical environmental electrochemistry electrochemical properties of natural organic matter and iron powders

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  7. Towards national estuarine modeling and characterization/classification systems a pilot study for Coos Bay

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  8. Characterization of nitrosyl, azido, and carbonyl complexes in diiron enzymes and their implications for O[subscript]2 and NO activation

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  9. ResDE-dependent transcriptional control in response to oxygen limitation

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  10. Spectroscopic studies of the human copper chaperone for superoxide dismutase probing the active cluster with selenocysteine variants

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