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Supplementaryt_File_Funnel_Plot_Fig_1__11-16 – Supplemental material for Students With Learning Disabilities in the Social Studies: A Meta-Analysis of Intervention Research

Stephen Ciullo, Alyson Collins, Daniel R. Wissinger, John William McKenna, Yu-Ling Lo & David Osman
Supplemental material, Supplementaryt_File_Funnel_Plot_Fig_1__11-16 for Students With Learning Disabilities in the Social Studies: A Meta-Analysis of Intervention Research by Stephen Ciullo, Alyson Collins, Daniel R. Wissinger, John William McKenna, Yu-Ling Lo and David Osman in Exceptional Children

difsimv4_p33 for Diffusion/Contagion Processes on Social Networks

Thomas W. Valente & George G. Vega Yon
difsimv4_p33 for Diffusion/Contagion Processes on Social Networks by Thomas W. Valente and George G. Vega Yon in Health Education & Behavior

Diffusion/Contagion Processes on Social Networks

Thomas W. Valente & George G. Vega Yon
This study models how new ideas, practices, or diseases spread within and between communities, the diffusion of innovations or contagion. Several factors affect diffusion such as the characteristics of the initial adopters, the seeds; the structure of the network over which diffusion occurs; and the shape of the threshold distribution, which is the proportion of prior adopting peers needed for the focal individual to adopt. In this study, seven seeding conditions are modeled: (1) three...

difsimv4_p33 for Diffusion/Contagion Processes on Social Networks

Thomas W. Valente & George G. Vega Yon
difsimv4_p33 for Diffusion/Contagion Processes on Social Networks by Thomas W. Valente and George G. Vega Yon in Health Education & Behavior

Diffusion/Contagion Processes on Social Networks

Thomas W. Valente & George G. Vega Yon
This study models how new ideas, practices, or diseases spread within and between communities, the diffusion of innovations or contagion. Several factors affect diffusion such as the characteristics of the initial adopters, the seeds; the structure of the network over which diffusion occurs; and the shape of the threshold distribution, which is the proportion of prior adopting peers needed for the focal individual to adopt. In this study, seven seeding conditions are modeled: (1) three...

SI20191104 – Supplemental material for Synthesis of benzofurans from the cyclodehydration of α-phenoxy ketones mediated by Eaton’s reagent

Zhanwei Ma, Min Zhou, Lin Ma & Min Zhang
Supplemental material, SI20191104 for Synthesis of benzofurans from the cyclodehydration of α-phenoxy ketones mediated by Eaton’s reagent by Zhanwei Ma, Min Zhou, Lin Ma and Min Zhang in Journal of Chemical Research

Synthesis of benzofurans from the cyclodehydration of α-phenoxy ketones mediated by Eaton’s reagent

Zhanwei Ma, Min Zhou, Lin Ma & Min Zhang
Cyclodehydration of α-phenoxy ketones promoted by Eaton’s reagent (phosphorus pentoxide–methanesulfonic acid) is used to prepare 3-substituted or 2,3-disubstituted benzofurans with moderate to excellent yields under mild conditions. The method provides a facile access to benzofurans from readily available starting materials such as phenols and α-bromo ketones. The reaction is highly efficient, which is attributed to the good reactivity and fluidity of Eaton’s reagent. The reaction can be applied to prepare naphthofurans, furanocoumarins, benzothiophenes, and benzopyrans.

Synthesis, characterization, and biological properties of oxidovanadium(IV) complexes of acetylsalicylhydroxamic acid (N-acetyloxy-2-hydroxybenzamide) as potential antimicrobials

Bhanu Priya, Abhishek Kumar & Neeraj Sharma
New oxidovanadium(IV) complexes of composition [VO(AcSHA)2] 1 and [VO(acac)(AcSHA)] 2 are synthesized by reactions of VOSO4.5H2O and [VO(acac)2] with acetylsalicylhydroxamic acid AcSH2A (C6H4(OH)(CONHOCOCH3)) in a 1:2 molar ratio in absolute ethanol. The compounds are characterized by the Fourier-transform infrared spectroscopy, ultraviolet–visible spectroscopy, electron spin resonance, and mass spectrometry along with elemental analyses, molar conductivity, and magnetic moment measurements. The infrared spectra of the complexes suggest bonding through carbonyl and phenolic oxygen atoms (O,O coordination). The...

Supplementary_material_CH-19-0331 – Supplemental material for Synthesis, characterization, and biological properties of oxidovanadium(IV) complexes of acetylsalicylhydroxamic acid (N-acetyloxy-2-hydroxybenzamide) as potential antimicrobials

Bhanu Priya, Abhishek Kumar & Neeraj Sharma
Supplemental material, Supplementary_material_CH-19-0331 for Synthesis, characterization, and biological properties of oxidovanadium(IV) complexes of acetylsalicylhydroxamic acid (N-acetyloxy-2-hydroxybenzamide) as potential antimicrobials by Bhanu Priya, Abhishek Kumar and Neeraj Sharma in Journal of Chemical Research

Supplementary_material_CH-19-0331 – Supplemental material for Synthesis, characterization, and biological properties of oxidovanadium(IV) complexes of acetylsalicylhydroxamic acid (N-acetyloxy-2-hydroxybenzamide) as potential antimicrobials

Bhanu Priya, Abhishek Kumar & Neeraj Sharma
Supplemental material, Supplementary_material_CH-19-0331 for Synthesis, characterization, and biological properties of oxidovanadium(IV) complexes of acetylsalicylhydroxamic acid (N-acetyloxy-2-hydroxybenzamide) as potential antimicrobials by Bhanu Priya, Abhishek Kumar and Neeraj Sharma in Journal of Chemical Research

Synthesis, characterization, and biological properties of oxidovanadium(IV) complexes of acetylsalicylhydroxamic acid (N-acetyloxy-2-hydroxybenzamide) as potential antimicrobials

Bhanu Priya, Abhishek Kumar & Neeraj Sharma
New oxidovanadium(IV) complexes of composition [VO(AcSHA)2] 1 and [VO(acac)(AcSHA)] 2 are synthesized by reactions of VOSO4.5H2O and [VO(acac)2] with acetylsalicylhydroxamic acid AcSH2A (C6H4(OH)(CONHOCOCH3)) in a 1:2 molar ratio in absolute ethanol. The compounds are characterized by the Fourier-transform infrared spectroscopy, ultraviolet–visible spectroscopy, electron spin resonance, and mass spectrometry along with elemental analyses, molar conductivity, and magnetic moment measurements. The infrared spectra of the complexes suggest bonding through carbonyl and phenolic oxygen atoms (O,O coordination). The...

Collaboration, Coordination, and Cooperation Among Organizations: Establishing the Distinctive Meanings of These Terms Through a Systematic Literature Review

Xavier Castañer & Nuno Oliveira
Collaboration, coordination, and cooperation lie at the core of interorganizational activities. To address the confusion regarding the definitions of these three terms, recent works have proposed redefinitions. Although these proposals address an important concern, we believe that they might be premature because (1) they do not build on a systematic examination of how these terms have been used in the literature and (2) they seem to narrow the focus to a given theory and alliances...

Collaboration, Coordination, and Cooperation Among Organizations: Establishing the Distinctive Meanings of These Terms Through a Systematic Literature Review

Xavier Castañer & Nuno Oliveira
Collaboration, coordination, and cooperation lie at the core of interorganizational activities. To address the confusion regarding the definitions of these three terms, recent works have proposed redefinitions. Although these proposals address an important concern, we believe that they might be premature because (1) they do not build on a systematic examination of how these terms have been used in the literature and (2) they seem to narrow the focus to a given theory and alliances...

Online_Appendix – Supplemental material for Collaboration, Coordination, and Cooperation Among Organizations: Establishing the Distinctive Meanings of These Terms Through a Systematic Literature Review

Xavier Castañer & Nuno Oliveira
Supplemental material, Online_Appendix for Collaboration, Coordination, and Cooperation Among Organizations: Establishing the Distinctive Meanings of These Terms Through a Systematic Literature Review by Xavier Castañer and Nuno Oliveira in Journal of Management

Online_Appendix – Supplemental material for Collaboration, Coordination, and Cooperation Among Organizations: Establishing the Distinctive Meanings of These Terms Through a Systematic Literature Review

Xavier Castañer & Nuno Oliveira
Supplemental material, Online_Appendix for Collaboration, Coordination, and Cooperation Among Organizations: Establishing the Distinctive Meanings of These Terms Through a Systematic Literature Review by Xavier Castañer and Nuno Oliveira in Journal of Management

From coordination polymer to carbon nanotube: Preparation, characterization and rapid adsorption capacity toward organic pollutants

Hong-Yan Lin, Yi-Fei Wang, Yuan Tian, Guo-Cheng Liu & Jian Luan
A CuI coordination polymer based on the N,N’-bis(3-pyridinecarboxamide)-1,4-butane (3-dpyb) ligand, namely [Cu(3-dpyb)0.5Cl], is hydrothermally synthesized and structurally characterized, and is used as a catalyst precursor to synthesize multi-walled carbon nanotubes. Interestingly, the as-grown multi-walled carbon nanotubes exhibit high performance in removing dyes from solution and can serve as a low-cost and fast adsorbent. In addition, the adsorption behavior of this new adsorbent fits well with the Freundlich isotherm and the pseudo-second-order kinetic model.

Revised_Supporting_information – Supplemental material for From coordination polymer to carbon nanotube: Preparation, characterization and rapid adsorption capacity toward organic pollutants

Hong-Yan Lin, Yi-Fei Wang, Yuan Tian, Guo-Cheng Liu & Jian Luan
Supplemental material, Revised_Supporting_information for From coordination polymer to carbon nanotube: Preparation, characterization and rapid adsorption capacity toward organic pollutants by Hong-Yan Lin, Yi-Fei Wang, Yuan Tian, Guo-Cheng Liu and Jian Luan in Journal of Chemical Research

Revised_Supporting_information – Supplemental material for From coordination polymer to carbon nanotube: Preparation, characterization and rapid adsorption capacity toward organic pollutants

Hong-Yan Lin, Yi-Fei Wang, Yuan Tian, Guo-Cheng Liu & Jian Luan
Supplemental material, Revised_Supporting_information for From coordination polymer to carbon nanotube: Preparation, characterization and rapid adsorption capacity toward organic pollutants by Hong-Yan Lin, Yi-Fei Wang, Yuan Tian, Guo-Cheng Liu and Jian Luan in Journal of Chemical Research

From coordination polymer to carbon nanotube: Preparation, characterization and rapid adsorption capacity toward organic pollutants

Hong-Yan Lin, Yi-Fei Wang, Yuan Tian, Guo-Cheng Liu & Jian Luan
A CuI coordination polymer based on the N,N’-bis(3-pyridinecarboxamide)-1,4-butane (3-dpyb) ligand, namely [Cu(3-dpyb)0.5Cl], is hydrothermally synthesized and structurally characterized, and is used as a catalyst precursor to synthesize multi-walled carbon nanotubes. Interestingly, the as-grown multi-walled carbon nanotubes exhibit high performance in removing dyes from solution and can serve as a low-cost and fast adsorbent. In addition, the adsorption behavior of this new adsorbent fits well with the Freundlich isotherm and the pseudo-second-order kinetic model.

Cognitive Reserve as an Emerging Concept in Stroke Recovery

Emily Rosenich, Brenton Hordacre, Catherine Paquet, Simon A. Koblar & Susan L. Hillier
Stroke is a leading cause of death and disability. It is a complex and largely heterogeneous condition. Prognosis for variations in impairment and recovery following stroke continues to be challenging and inaccurate, highlighting the need to examine the influence of other currently unknown variables to better predict and understand interindividual differences in stroke impairment and recovery. The concept of “cognitive reserve,” a feature of brain function said to moderate the relationship between brain pathology and...

Cognitive Reserve as an Emerging Concept in Stroke Recovery

Emily Rosenich, Brenton Hordacre, Catherine Paquet, Simon A. Koblar & Susan L. Hillier
Stroke is a leading cause of death and disability. It is a complex and largely heterogeneous condition. Prognosis for variations in impairment and recovery following stroke continues to be challenging and inaccurate, highlighting the need to examine the influence of other currently unknown variables to better predict and understand interindividual differences in stroke impairment and recovery. The concept of “cognitive reserve,” a feature of brain function said to moderate the relationship between brain pathology and...

SupplementalMaterial_Appendix1 – Supplemental material for Cognitive Reserve as an Emerging Concept in Stroke Recovery

Emily Rosenich, Brenton Hordacre, Catherine Paquet, Simon A. Koblar & Susan L. Hillier
Supplemental material, SupplementalMaterial_Appendix1 for Cognitive Reserve as an Emerging Concept in Stroke Recovery by Emily Rosenich, Brenton Hordacre, Catherine Paquet, Simon A. Koblar and Susan L. Hillier in Neurorehabilitation and Neural Repair

SupplementalMaterial_Appendix1 – Supplemental material for Cognitive Reserve as an Emerging Concept in Stroke Recovery

Emily Rosenich, Brenton Hordacre, Catherine Paquet, Simon A. Koblar & Susan L. Hillier
Supplemental material, SupplementalMaterial_Appendix1 for Cognitive Reserve as an Emerging Concept in Stroke Recovery by Emily Rosenich, Brenton Hordacre, Catherine Paquet, Simon A. Koblar and Susan L. Hillier in Neurorehabilitation and Neural Repair

Collective Avoidance of Social and Health Venues and HIV Racial Inequities: Network Modeling of Venue Avoidance on Venue Affiliation, Social Networks, and HIV Risk

Kayo Fujimoto, Peng Wang, Dennis H. Li, Lisa M. Kuhns, Muhammad Amith & John A. Schneider
Many younger Black men who have sex with men (YBMSM) are exposed to homonegativity, societal stigma, and racial discrimination in their social environment. This study uses a social network modeling methodology to identify aspects of the social environment that are not often described, that is, the places and spaces or “venues” where YBMSM socialize or where they receive HIV prevention services. In particular, we identify the structural features of avoidance of these venues as an...

HEB876240_suppl_mat – Supplemental material for Collective Avoidance of Social and Health Venues and HIV Racial Inequities: Network Modeling of Venue Avoidance on Venue Affiliation, Social Networks, and HIV Risk

Kayo Fujimoto, Peng Wang, Dennis H. Li, Lisa M. Kuhns, Muhammad Amith & John A. Schneider
Supplemental material, HEB876240_suppl_mat for Collective Avoidance of Social and Health Venues and HIV Racial Inequities: Network Modeling of Venue Avoidance on Venue Affiliation, Social Networks, and HIV Risk by Kayo Fujimoto, Peng Wang, Dennis H. Li, Lisa M. Kuhns, Muhammad Amith and John A. Schneider in Health Education & Behavior

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