Rydolph 1

Readilv soluble in water  [c.135]

J. Sadowski, C. Rudolph, J. Gasteiger, Tetrahedron Comp. Method. 1990, 3, 537-547.  [c.435]

Gasteiger J, C Rudolph and J Sadowski 1990. Automatic Generation of 3D Atomic Coordinates fo Organic Molecules. Tetrahedron Computer Methodology 3 537-547.  [c.737]

ARTHUR RUDOLF HANTZSCH great chemist and teacher and pioneer of thiazole chemistry  [c.619]

R. W. Rudolph, R. C. Taylor, and R. W. Parry,/. Tim. Chem. Soc. 88, 3729 (1966).  [c.227]

A. Rudolph, C. Peters, and M. Schuster, Tech. 33, 384 (1992).  [c.136]

R. H. White and E. B. Rudolph, Biochem. Biophys. Acta 542, 340 (1978).  [c.94]

M. Wieber and K. Rudolph, Z. Natuforsch., TeilB 43B, 739 (1988).  [c.136]

Boron Hydrides" under "Boron Compounds" in ECT 1st ed., Vol. 2, pp. 593—600, by S. H. Bauer, Cornell University "Boron Hydrides and Related Compounds" under "Boron Compounds," Suppl. 1, pp. 103—130, by S. H. Bauer, Cornell University "Diborane and Higher Boron Hydrides" under "Boron Compounds," Suppl. 2, pp. 109—113, by W. J. Shepherd and E. B. Ayres, Gallery Chemical Company "Boron Hydrides" under "Boron Compounds" in ECT 2nd ed., Vol. 3, pp. 684—706, by G. W. Campbell, Jr., U.S. Borax Research Corporation "Boron Hydrides and their MetaHo Derivatives" under "Boron Compounds," in ECT 3rd ed., Vol. 4, pp. 135—183, by R. W. Rudolph, The University of Michigan.  [c.254]

W. R. Pretzer and R. W. Rudolph,/ Am. Chem. Soc. 98, 1441 (1976).  [c.254]

R. L. Voorhees and R. W. Rudolph,/ Am. Chem. Soc. 91, 2173 (1969).  [c.254]

R. W. Rudolph and V. Chowdhry, Inorg. Chem. 13, 248 (1974).  [c.254]

R. W. Rudolph and D. A. Thompson, Inotg. Chem. 13, 2779 (1974).  [c.255]

R. W. Rudolph and W. R. Pretzer, Inorg. Chem. 11, 1974 (1972).  [c.255]

W. R. Pretzer and R. W. Rudolph,/ Mm. Chem. Soc. 95, 931 (1973).  [c.256]

P. F. H. Rudolph, "The Lurgi Process—The Route to SNG From Coal," Fourth Synthetic Pipeline Gas Symposium, Chicago, IU., 1972.  [c.278]

Buck U, Gu X, Lauenstein C and Rudolph A 1988 Infrared photodissociation spectra of size-selected (CHjGH) clusters from / = 2 to 8 J. Phys. Chem. 92 5561  [c.2401]

Nadimi S, Oliver S, Kuperman A, Lough A, Ozin G A, Garces J M, Olken M M and Rudolf P 1994 Nonaqueous synthesis of large zeolite and molecular sieve crystals Stud. Surf. Sol. Catal. 84 93-100  [c.2792]

Rudolph A. Marcus, Department of Qieraistry, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, California, U.S.A.  [c.761]

Unlike the spark-ignited gasoline engine, the diesel engine, first used by Rudolf Diesel in the 1890s to bum finely powdered coal dust, employs compression ignition. Liquid fuel was employed soon after. Through the action of the pistons, air alone is drawn into the cylinders and compressed. Near the end of the compression stroke, fuel is injected into the cylinder and after a short delay, is ignited by the high temperature generated during compression. The fuel must be finely atomized and well mixed with the air for complete combustion to take place. The ignition delay is useful because it allows the fuel to be injected and mixed before combustion starts. Its length depends largely on the composition of the fuel, and is described by cetane number.  [c.191]

P. Rudolph, The Eurgi Pressure Gasification and Its Application for Ammonia Manufacture, Fertilizer Association of India, New Delhi, India, 1973.  [c.360]

U.S. Pat. 4,128,568 (Dec. 5, 1978), W. Buchner, B. Degan, L. Pries, J. Helmut, R. Mundil, and K. H. Rudolph (to Bayer ActiengeseUschaft).  [c.63]

R. Gottschlich, V. Rudolph, H. Wahling, and E. Poetsh, 20th Interscience Conference on Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy,Orleans, La., 1980, Abstr. No. 146.  [c.85]

R. L. Voorhees and R. W. Rudolph,/ Am. Chem. Soc. 91, 2173 (1969) R. W. Rudolph, R. L. Voorhees, and R. E. Cochoy,/ Am. Chem. Soc. 92,  [c.257]

Figure 29-47 shows me primaiy nozzles and the rotor. About half of the pressure drop takes place in the primaiy nozzles, which jet the gas tangentially into the periphety of the rotor. Coohng takes place during this expansion, and the jetted stream entering ihe rotor may be foggy. This foggy gas flow s radiallv inward within the rotor as the latter rotates, and at the outlet, which is near the center of the rotor, the  [c.2522]

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