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Wisdom, J. Holman, M. Symplectic Maps for the JV-body Problem. Astron. J. 102 (1991) 1528-1538  [c.347]

Wisdom, J., Holman, M. Symplectic Maps for the n-Body Problem Stability Analysis. Astron. J. 104 (1992) 2022-2029  [c.348]

In this case, we now know that the priority for the benzene structure should at least be shared with the Austrian chemist Loschmidt, whose book discussed much of the same concept but preceded Kekule s. Credit, however, for priority in science, as in other fields, is frequently given to a large degree on the basis of how well the claim became known, how widely it was communicated and disseminated. The longevity and staying power of the claimant also help. Couper s fundamental contribution, for example, is not widely recognized, perhaps because he soon thereafter gave up science and never again pursued it.  [c.154]

G. Jonsson, A. Astrom, and P. Andersson, DrugMetab. Disp. 23, 137—142 (1995).  [c.110]

The percentage by country of world wine production is given in Table 2. Italy and France together produce about 45%. The United States and Austrahan percentages have been rising. Countries with the largest production, not surprisingly, have large consumption, usually both in total and per capita (Table 3). Decreasing consumption per capita has been quite general and prolonged. France and Italy consumed nearly 100 L/person aimuaHy as recendy as 1980. A glut of excess wines from such countries affects markets widely, because the excess drives prices of ordinary wine down and increases efforts to export.  [c.364]

K. L. Sutherland and I. W. Wark, Trinciples of Flotation AustraUan Institute of Mining and Metallurgy Inc., Melbourne, Austraha, 1955.  [c.54]

Austrahan energy and conservation European Community (EC) environment  [c.128]

EC s Eureka program Austrian environment  [c.128]

Austrian Pat. 283,298 (fuly 27, 1970), (to Veba-Chemie AG).  [c.502]

Austrahan mona ite usually contains 4—8% thorium and 0.1—0.3% uranium, d.  [c.542]

Humic acids are alkaH-extractable materials and total humic acid content is a term that refers to the humic acid content of coal that has had its carboxylate cations removed with sodium pyrophosphate. Values for some typical AustraHan brown coals range from 24—92% (13). Treatment of lignitic coals with mineral acid to release the alkaH and alkaline cations may dissolve up to 20% of the coal. The naturally moist coals are slightly acidic and have a pH of 3.5—6.5.  [c.151]

The German and AustraHan brown coals are also excellent humus sources (58). Reclaimed loess soils initially have only 0.4—0.5% humus, as compared to 1.5—2.0% for normal agricultural soils. The addition of sewage sludge or peat to brown coal improves its soil additive properties, both soil moisture retention and pH. The reduction in normally alkaline pH releases phosphates and nitrogen compounds for plant use. Brown coal soil conditioners are being appHed in reclamation and have become commercially available for gardens and vineyards (58). During World War II, and electrode carbon was produced in Germany from material extracted from lignite. The mineral matter was almost completely removed, and the extract was carbonized in coke ovens (59). Lignite ash used for cellular concrete blocks, as a concrete additive, soil stabilizer, cement raw material, and filler for constmction and bricks was 2 X 10 t in 1967 (ca 4% of total production) (60).  [c.160]

K. L. Suthedand and 1. W. Wark, Principles of Flotation, Austrahan Institute of Mining and Metallurgy, Melbourne, 1955.  [c.418]

The first stage of the Stuart oil shale project near Gladstone, AustraUa, 6000 t/d (6600 short tons /d), is scheduled to be constmcted by Southern Pacific Petroleum. Einancial assistance from the AustraUan government, consisting of special depreciation incentives and exemption of gasoline taxes equivalent to about U.S. 1.91/m of cmde shale oil ( 12.00/bbl) has been assured (68).  [c.356]

Another important resource for bibhographic information on patents is the European Patent Information and Documentation Systems (EPIDOS). EPIDOS began in 1973 as the International Patent Documentation Center (INPADOC), the joint creation of the Austrian government and WIPO. Subsequently acquired by the European Patent Office, EPIDOS continues to produce the INPADOC database, which at present covers patents from about 60 authorities, and is the most complete source of bibhographic information on patents, including patent family and legal status information.  [c.48]

World Mluminum Mining Refiney, and Smelter Capacity Handbook 1985—1996, AustraHan Mineral Economics, Ltd., Sydney, 1989.  [c.127]

K. J. Astrom and T. Automatic Tuning of PID Controllers, Instmment Society of America, Research Triangle Park, N.C., 1987.  [c.80]

Wisdom, J. The Origin of the Kirkwood Gaps A Mapping for Asteroidal Motion Near the 3/1 Commensurability. Astron. J. 87 (1982) 577-593 Tuckerman, M., Martyna, G. J., Berne, J. Reversible Multiple Time Scale Molecular Dynamics. J. Chem. Phys. 97 (1992) 1990-2001 Tuckerman, M., Berne, J. Vibrational Relaxation in Simple Fluids Comparison of Theory and Simulation. J. Chem. Phys. 98 (1993) 7301-7318 Humphreys, D. D., Friesner, R. A., Berne, B. J. A Multiple-Time Step Molecular Dynamics Algorithm for Macromolecules. J. Chem. Phys. 98 (1994) 6885-6892  [c.347]

R. J. Ring and D. Royston, d Repiew of Fluorine Cells and Fluorine Production Facilities, Austrahan Atomic Energy Commission, AAEC/E 281 /, Sept. 1973.  [c.133]

The Austrian manufacturer Magnifin Magnesiaprodukte GmbH uses a magnesite acidification process to produce a high purity magnesium hydroxide for flame retardant/smoke suppressant appHcations (78). Magnesite is acidified to produce MgCl2 and subsequent MgO of 99% purity, which is converted to magnesium hydroxide by hydration.  [c.348]

Mercury amalgamates readily with gold and silver, and systems have been developed using these metals distributed on various carriers to remove mercury vapor from an akstream. When the system is saturated, the mercury can be removed easily and recovered by heating the unit and condensing the mercury. Other metals, such as copper and 2inc, can also be used.  [c.117]

J. L. Woolfrey, Preparation and Caldnation of Ammonium Uranates—-A Eiterature Survey, AEC/TM-476, AustraUm Atomic Energy Commission, Lucas Heights, Austraha, Sept. 1968.  [c.208]

EDOG. EDOC, available on just the Questel system, provides in most instances less complete patent family information than either WPI or INPADOC, but it is unique in including Japanese C-level documents and also some AustraUan data not available in the other two databases. It is possible on occasion to find family information from before 1970 in this database, though such data are not provided systematically. The abiUty to search by the EPO-modified version of IPC is unique. Its value is tempered by the fact that output does not even include tides, much less abstracts of patents. That output can, however, be transferred by cross-file search protocols to more detailed files, such as WPI.  [c.61]

M. H. Govett and J. E. Larsen, compilers, Mluminum—The Next Phase, Vol. 1, AustraHan Mineral Economics, Ltd., Sydney, N.S.W., Nov. 1988.  [c.137]

K. J. Astrom and B. SUixtemn.2iik, Adaptive Control Systems, Addison-Wesley, Publishing Co., Inc., Reading, Mass., 1988.  [c.80]

A 24-h pretreatment of V79 ceUs using the DNA methylation-dismpting agent 5-a2acytidine decreases the ceUs 5-methylcytosine content by 50% and protects them by - 1.8-fold from killing by y-radiation, possibly by activating repair enzymes (142). Deproteinized calf blood semm (ActoHorm), given to rats at various times after 20—24 Gy (2000—2400 rad) of x-rays, stimulates regeneration of the mucosal epithelium and may be effective in promoting the healing of the GI mucosa (123). A slight radioprotective effect of inosine given ip to mice shortly before y-irradiation can be enhanced by magnesium aspartate, apparently owing to the additive vasodilatory activity of the two agents (143).  [c.493]


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