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[Assessment and Use of 2016 Reformed Psychotherapeutic Guideline - Part I: A Comparison of the Psychotherapeutic Methods].

This article investigates how aspects of 2016 reform of the German psychotherapeutic guideline were evaluated and used differently by therapists from three different psychotherapeutic treatment methods.

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Mental state space visualization for interactive modeling of personalized BCI control strategies.

Numerous studies in the area of BCI are focused on the search for a better experimental paradigm -- a set of mental actions that a user can evoke consistently and a machine can discriminate reliably. Examples of such mental activities are motor imagery, mental computations, etc. We propose a technique that instead allows the user to try different mental actions in the search for the ones that will work best.

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Free-standing interconnected carbon nanofibers electrodes: new structural designs for supercapacitor application.

This work aims to develop and characterize a new design of free-standing interconnected carbon nanofibers electrodes for supercapacitors application. The fibers are obtained via carbonization of three components electrospun nanofibers mats based on polyacrylonitrile polymer, as a carbon backbone precursor, polyvinyl alcohol, as a sacrificial copolymer, and 0-1.0 wt.% multi-walled carbon nanotubes. Carbonizing these ternary composites results in fibers with about 2 times larger in surface area and one order of magnitude higher in electrical conductivity than those obtained by the carbonization of neat polyacrylonitrile and binary polyacrylonitrile-0-1.0 wt.% carbon nanotubes mats. Carbonized polyacrylonitrile-polyvinylalcohol-0.3 wt.% carbon nanotubes mat reveals the highest surface area and electrical conductivity and best capacitive performance. It exhibits energy and power densities of 27.8 Wh kg-1 and 110.59 kW kg-1, respective1y, and cyclic stability of 95% after 2000 charge-discharge cycles at charging current of 1.0 Ag-1. The nanotubes alignment along fibers axis, formation fiber-fiber interconnected morphology with more mesopores pollutions and changes in graphitization degree and defects features of fibers crystallites are the reasons for the observed increase in electrical conductivity, surface area and capacitive performance of the carbon fibers. Therefore, the new design represents a potential free-standing carbon nanofibers electrode for future EDLC devices fabrication.

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Application of ultrasound technology in the drying of food products.

This study presents a state-of-the-art overview on the application of ultrasound technology in the drying of food products, including the ultrasound pre-treatment and ultrasound assisted drying. The effect of main parameters and ultrasound technology on the drying kinetics and food quality were discussed. Inconsistencies were pointed out and analyzed in detail. Results showed that for ultrasound pre-treatment, the food products may lose or gain water and increase of ultrasonic parameters (sonication time, amplitude and ultrasound power) promoted the water loss or water gain. When ultrasound technology was applied prior to drying, an increase in drying kinetics was always observed, though some different results were also presented. For ultrasound assisted drying, the ultrasound power always gave a positive effect on the drying process, however, the magnitude of ultrasound improvement was largely dependent on the process variables, such as air velocity, air temperature, microwave power and vacuum pressure, etc. The application of ultrasound technology will somehow affect the food quality, including the physical and chemical ones. Generally, the ultrasound application can decrease the water activity, improve the product color and reduce the nutrient loss.

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Application of high-frequency ultrasound standing waves for the recovery of lipids from high-fat dairy effluent.

Effect of high-frequency ultrasonication was examined on wastewater of a cheese manufacturing plant. Tests were carried out at two frequencies (500 kHz and 1 MHz) and two temperatures (22 and 40 °C). Samples were subjected to different energy densities; 7.5, 30.2, 60.5 and 121.0 J/mL at 500 kHz and 7.9, 31.7, 63.4 and 126.8 J/mL at 1 MHz to observe the creaming and recovery of lipid. These energy densities correspond to 30, 120, 240 and 480 s of sonication. Sonication was performed using a single plate transducer and reflector system at 40 W to create standing wave to coalesce and flocculate lipid globules. Recovery was higher at 40 °C after 480 s of sonication at both frequencies (77% at 500 kHz and 75% at 1 MHz). The lowest recovery of 47% was observed at 500 kHz and 22 °C at all applied energy densities. Changes in particle size and turbidity in the bottom aliquot indicated that high-frequency ultrasound caused coagulation and aggregation and settling of colloidal particles. Increase in particle size was observed to be highest at 1 MHz, 40 °C and 480 s of sonication. These results confirm that high-frequency ultrasound standing wave technology can be used to recover lipid from high-lipid dairy wastewater including that from cheese manufacturing.

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High-intensity ultrasound energy density: How different modes of application influence the quality parameters of a dairy beverage.

This study evaluated the influence of the high-intensity ultrasound (HIUS) technology on the quality parameters of a model dairy beverage (chocolate whey beverage), operating under the same energy density (5000 J/mL), but applied at different ways. Two processes were performed varying nominal power and processing time: HIUS-A (160 W and 937 s), and HIUS-B (720 W and 208 s). Our objective was to understand how different modes of application of the same HIUS energy density could influence the microstructure, droplet size distribution, zeta potential, phase separation kinetic, color parameters and mineral profile of the chocolate whey beverage. The results demonstrated that the different modes of application of the same HIUS energy density directly influenced the final quality of the product, resulting in whey beverages with distinct physical and microstructural characteristics. The HIUS-B processing was characterized as a thermal processing, since the final processing temperature reached 71 °C, while the HIUS-A processing was a non-thermal process, reaching a final temperature of 34 °C. Moreover, HIUS-B process greatly reduced the droplet size and increased the lightness value in relation to the HIUS-A processing. Both treatments resulted in whey beverages with similar phase separation kinetics and were more stable than the untreated sample. The HIUS processes did not modify the mineral content profile. Overall, the study emphasizes the versatility of the HIUS technology, highlighting that the processing must not be based only on the applied energy density, since different powers and processing times produce dairy beverages with distinct characteristics.

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A feasible sonochemical approach to synthesize [email protected] nanomaterial and their enhanced non-enzymatic sensor performance towards neurotransmitter.

A nanostructured and high conductive cupric oxide (CuO NPs) with hierarchical CeO sheets-like structure was synthesized by a facile sonochemical approach. Furthermore, CuO/CeO nanostructure is synthesized by high-intensity ultrasonic probe (Ti-horn, 50 kHz and 100 W) at ambient air. Moreover, the synthesized CuO/CeO material was characterized by various analytical techniques including FESEM, EDX, XRD and electrochemical methods. Then, the synthesized CuO/CeO composite was applied for the electrocatalytic detection of dopamine using CV and DPV techniques. In addition, the CuO/CeO modified electrode has good electrocatalytic performance with high linear range from 0.025 to 98.5 µM towards the determination of dopamine drug and high sensitivity of the CuO/CeO modified drug sensor was calculated as 16.34 nM and 4.823 μA·µM·cm, respectively. Moreover, a repeatability, reproducibility and stability of the [email protected] mixture modified electrode were analyzed towards the determination of dopamine biomolecule. Interestingly, the real time application of [email protected] modified electrode was established in different serum and drug samples.

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Isotope analysis method for the herbicide bromoxynil and its application to study photo-degradation processes.

Bromoxynil is an increasingly applied nitrile herbicide used for post-emergent control of annual broadleaved weeds. Compound-specific isotope analysis (CSIA) of the compound is of interest for studying its environmental fate, yet is challenging following its polar nature. We present a CSIA method for bromoxynil that includes offline thin-layer chromatography purification followed by an elemental analyzer isotope ratio mass spectrometer (EA-IRMS). This method was shown to be accurate and precise for δC and δN analysis of the compound (standard deviation of replicate standards <0.5‰). The method was applied to photodegraded samples, either radiated under laboratory condition with a UV lamp, or exposed to sunlight under environmental conditions. Dominating degradation products were similar in both cases. Nevertheless, isotope effects differed, presenting a strong inverse carbon isotope effect (εC = 4.74 ± 0.82‰) and a weak inverse nitrogen isotope effect (εN = 0.76 ± 0.12‰) for the laboratory experiment, and an insignificant carbon isotope effect (εC = 0.34 ± 0.44‰) and a normal nitrogen isotope effect (εN = -3.70 ± 0.30‰) for the natural conditions experiment. The differences in δC vs. δN enrichment trends suggest different mechanism for the two processes. Finally, the obtained dual isotope trend for natural conditions provide the basis for studying the dominance of photodegradation as a degradation route in the environment.

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Processing of flexible plastic packaging waste into pyrolysis oil and multi-walled carbon nanotubes for electrocatalytic oxygen reduction.

Flexible plastic packaging waste causes serious environmental issues due to challenges in recycling. This study investigated the conversion of flexible plastic packaging waste with 11.8 and 27.5 wt.% polyethylene terephthalate (PET) (denoted as PET-12 and PET-28, respectively) into oil and multi-walled carbon nanotubes (MWCNTs). The mixtures were initially pyrolyzed and the produced volatiles were processed over 9.0 wt.% FeO supported on ZSM-5 (400 °C) to remove oxygenated hydrocarbons (catalytic cracking of terephthalic and benzoic acids) that deteriorate oil quality. The contents of oxygenated hydrocarbons were decreased in oil from 4.6 and 9.4 wt.% per mass of PET-12 and PET-28, respectively, to undetectable levels. After catalytic cracking, the oil samples had similar contents of gasoline, diesel and heavy oil/wax fractions. The non-condensable gas was converted into MWCNTs over 0.9 wt.% Ni supported on CaCO (700 °C). The type of plastic packaging influenced the yields (2.4 and 1.5 wt.% per mass of PET-12 and PET-28, respectively) and the properties of MWCNTs due to the differences in gas composition. Regarding the electrocatalytic application, both MWCNTs from PET-12 and PET-28 outperformed commercial MWCNTs and Pt-based electrodes during oxygen evolution reaction, suggesting that MWCNTs from flexible plastic packaging can potentially replace conventional electrode materials.

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Complex thumb motions and their potential clinical value in identifying early changes in function.

Early diagnosis and treatment of osteoarthritis of the thumb allows for early interventions that may mitigate osteoarthritis progression and decrease severity later in life. Early identification of motion changes is limited by the clinical reliance on single planar measurements using goniometry. Multi-planar measurements using motion capture can provide insights into joint function and pathophysiology that cannot be obtained from single-plane goniometry measurements. Thus, the goals of this research were 1) to determine differences in thumb motions across three groups of participants (young healthy (n = 23), older healthy (n = 11), and those with carpometacarpal osteoarthritis (n = 24)) and 2) to determine if multi-planar motions provided additional movement information in comparison to standard planar measures.

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