8 search results for “copper” in the Public website
Copper trispyrazolylborate complexes for ethene detection
Promotor: E. Bouwman Co-Promotor: S. Bonnet
Fate, accumulation and ecotoxicity of copper nanoparticles under environmentally relevant conditions
Fate and toxicity of copper nanoparticles was related to the water chemistry of the environment and pristine size.
Molecular characterization of copper-dependent enzymes involved in Streptomyces morphology
Promotor: G.P. van Wezel, Co-promotor: D. Claessen
Towards understanding the toxicity of copper nanoparticles in aquatic ecosystems
Promotores: Prof.dr. W.J.G.M. Peijnenburg & Dr. M.G. Vijver
Prins Bernhard Cultuurfonds winner - Marcus Adrian Roxburgh
His PhD research project - entitled Charlemagne's Workshops - is an ongoing investigation into the role of copper-alloy craft production in the early medieval economy of North-west Europe. The geographic limits of this research have up until now centred on the Netherlands (Frisia Magna in medieval times)
Nuclear magnetic resonance force microscopy at millikelvin temperatures
Promotor: T.H. Oosterkamp
Biomimetic redox reactions of the Cu(II) μ-thiolate complex
Promotor: Prof.dr. E. Bouwman
An Investigation into the role of copper-alloy craft production in the early medieval economy of northwest Europe.