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Nuclear power accounts for just over twenty percent of America’s electrical output
and does not contribute to greenhouse gas emissions. Unfortunately, nuclear power
does produce a deleterious by-product known as radioactive waste. One of the primary
goals of nuclear power proponents is the development of methods that reduce the
volume of radioactive waste, such as cobalt. Radioactive cobalt is usually accompanied
by non-radioactive iron, making it more difficult to solely extract the harmful
cobalt atoms. The application of molecularly imprinted polymers and chitosans increase
the effectiveness of the removal of radioactive cobalt from cooling medium in order
to reduce the overall volume of nuclear waste by having a high selectivity for the
radioactive cobalt ions even in the presence of similar particles ...
American Journal of Sports Science and Medicine, 2014 2 (4), pp 143-147.
This study aimed to examine the effects of different taping pressures with or without
external force on the maximum dorsal flexion angle (DFA). Twenty-two healthy male
university students with >5 years of athletic experience participated. A qualified
trainer wound a rigid tape thrice around subject’s wrist joint. Taping pressure
was measured using the pressure measuring system AMI3037-SB. Independent variables
were five experimental conditions (5 hPa, 30 hPa, 60 hPa, and 90 hPa, and control)
and two measurement conditions for the wrist joint DFA with non-external and external
forces. In the former, the subject flexed the wrist joint himself (active DFA),
while in the latter, a trainer helped in flexion (passive DFA). The dependent variable
was the maximum DFA. Two-way repeated measures ANOVA (taping pressure × different
DFA measurement) and multiple comparison tests showed that passive DFA was significantly
larger than active DFA under all taping pressure conditions ...
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