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Prolonged suppression of high-energy emission from an active galactic nucleus is attributed to fast expulsion of ionized gas.
A rhodium catalyst alkylates ketones by the insertion of olefins into their C-H bonds, eliminating the formation of by-products.
Gas separation membranes are assembled from metal organic frameworks at the interfaces of porous polymer hollow fibers.
Parasympathetic neurons are born from Schwann cell precursors located in the nerves that carry preganglionic fibers.