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This narrative follows the life of the author from early childhood up until his late teenage years. Stories of nostalgic younger days are intermixed with family history, regional facts, bizarre events and other influences that developed into a faith in a higher power. Families and friends leave inspirational values that foster the growth to self fulfillment. There are times in life that you find you may feel alone and times you just want to be left alone. Being alone is not a bad thing when there are adventurous activities within the imagination to fill the time. Find something every day that makes you smile, for in humor there is no remorse no sorrow no regrets.

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b Department of Inorganic Chemistry, Fritz Haber Institute of the Max Planck Society, Berlin, Germany

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A one-pot hydrothermal synthesis of sulfur and nitrogen doped carbon aerogels with enhanced electrocatalytic activity in the oxygen reduction reaction

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A one-pot, hydrothermal synthesis of nitrogen and sulfur dual doped carbon aerogels is presented, derived from our previously published hydrothermal carbonization approach. Two co-monomers, S-(2-thienyl)-l-cysteine (TC) and 2-thienyl carboxaldehyde (TCA), were used for sulfur incorporation, giving rise to di