F.J. Hancock, S.C. Gibson - Mitsui Babcock Energy. A. McNab, D. Reilly Uni. of Strathclyde. UK.  [c.765]

Whiteley, S., Hayward, G. and Reilly, D. Thickness measurement using air-coupled ultrasound  [c.847]

Reilly P D and Skinner J L 1993 Spectral diffusion of single molecule fluorescence a probe of low-frequency localized excitations in disordered crystals Phys. Rev. Lett. 71 4257-60  [c.2507]

Reilly P D and Skinner J L 1995 Spectral diffusion of individual pentacene molecules in p-terphenyl crystal theoretical model and analysis of experimental data J. Phys. Chem 102 1540-52  [c.2507]

Geva E, Reilly P D and Skinner J L 1996 Spectral dynamics of individual molecules in glasses and crystals Acc. Chem. Res. 29 579-84  [c.2507]

J. J. Reilly and J. R. Johnson, Report 1976, BNE-22062 ]. J. Reilly, Report 1977, BNE-23047, Brookhaven National Laboratory, Upton, NY.  [c.306]

M. T. Reilly and M. Chades, Bioprocess Technol 6, 243 (1990).  [c.31]

C. Banfield, R. O Reilly, E. Chan, and M. Rowland, Br. / Clin Pharmac. 16, 669—675 (1983).  [c.265]

R. R. Dils, J. Geist, and M. L. Reilly,/. Appl. Physics, 59(4), 1005 (1986).  [c.175]

Pyridine and Pyridine Bases" in ECT 1st ed., Vol. 11, pp. 278—293, by H. S. Mosher, Stanford University "Pyridine and Pyridine Derivatives" in ECT 2nd ed., Vol. 16, pp. 780—806, by R. A. Abramovitch, University of Alabama in ECT 3rd ed., Vol. 19, pp. 454—483, by G. L. Goe, Reilly Tar Chemical Corp.  [c.343]

Technical data, Reilly Industries, IndianapoHs, Ind.  [c.343]

Strontium" under "Alkaline Earth Metals," in ECT 1st ed., Vol. 1, p. 463, by C. L. ManteU, Consulting Chemical Engineer "Strontium Compounds" in ECT 1st ed., VoL 13, pp. 113—118, by L. Preisman, Barium Reduction Corp., and D. M. C. Reilly, Eood Machinery and Chemical Corp. "Strontium" in ECT 2nd ed., VoL 19, pp. 48—49, by L. M. Pidgeon, University of Toronto "Strontium Compounds" in ECT 2nd ed., VoL 19, pp. 50—54, by L. Preisman, Pittsburgh Plate Glass Co. in ECT 3rd ed., Vol 21, pp. 762—769, by A. F. ZeUer, EMC Corp.  [c.475]

P. T. A. Reilly, Y. Xie, and R. J. Gordon, Chem. Phys. Eett. 178, 511 (1991).  [c.424]

U.S. Pat. 4,482,439 A (Nov. 13, 1984), J. E. Toomey, Jr. (to Reilly Tar and Chemical Corp.).  [c.54]

U.S. Pat. 3,591,341 (July 6, 1971), V. Reilly (to E. I. du Pont de Nemours Co., Inc.).  [c.152]

U.S. Pat. 3,607,053 (July 6, 1971), V. Reilly (to E. I. du Pont de Nemours Co., Inc.).  [c.152]

P. C. Jurs, B. R. Kowalski, T. L. Isenhour, and C. N. Reilly, Chem. 41, 1945 (1969).  [c.430]

B. R. Kowalski and C. N. Reilly,/. Phys. Chem. 75, 1402 (1971).  [c.430]

U.S. Pat. 2,140,548 (Dec. 30, 1938), J. H. Reilly (to The Dow Chemical Company).  [c.26]

R. C. McFadane, P. M. Reilly, and K. F. O DriscoU,/ Poljm. Sci. Poljm. Chem. Ed 18, 251 (1980).  [c.190]

U. Tsao andj. W. Reilly, Hydrocarbon Proc. 57, 133 (Eeb. 1978).  [c.421]

U. Tsao andj. W. Reilly, Hydrocarbon Process., (Feb. 1978).  [c.448]

A. Worchester and J. O Reilly, in Metals Handbook., Vol. 2, 10th ed., ASM International, Metals Park, Ohio, 1990, p. 543.  [c.63]

Ger. Offen. 2,342,879 (April 24, 1975), R. D. HenMer, P. Jurgens, and M. W. O Reilly (to Deutsche ICI, GmbH).  [c.145]

J. D. Murray and W. van Ryper, Engclopedia of Graphics File Formats, O Reilly and Associates, Sebastopol, Calif., 1994.  [c.58]

Dimethylaminopyridine [1122-58-3] (DMAP) (24) has emerged as the preferred catalyst for a variety of synthetic transformations under mild conditions, particularly acylations, alkylations, silylations, esterifications, polymeri2ations, and rearrangements (100). POLYDMAP resin [1122-58-3], a polymeric version of DMAP, is available, and is as effective as DMAP as a catalyst for acylation reactions. Furthermore, it can be recycled without regeneration more than 20 times with very Htde loss in activity. POLYDMAP is a trademark of Reilly Industries, Inc.  [c.337]

U.S. Pat. 4jl58j093 (June 12, 1979), T. D. Bailey and C. K. McGill (to Reilly Tar Chemical Corp.).  [c.343]

C. J. Reilly, in P. A. Toensmeier, ed.. Modem Elastics Encyclopedia 94, Vol. 70 (12), McGraw-Hill Book Co., Inc., New York, 1993, p. 233.  [c.103]

Vanillin" in FCF 1st ed., Vol. 14, pp. 603—611, by D. M. C. Reilly, Food Machinery and Chemical Corp. in FCF2nd ed., Vol. 21, pp. 180—196, by D. G. Diddams, Sterling Dmg Inc., and J. K. Kmm, The R. T. French Co. in FCF 3rd ed., Vol. 23, pp. 704—717, byj. H. Van Ness, Monsanto Co.  [c.401]

U.S. manufacturers of niacin and niacinamide include Nepera, Inc. and Reilly Industries, Inc. U.S. suppliers include BASF Corporation, Hoffmann-La Roche Inc., and Rhc ne-Poulenc. Western European producers and suppHers include Degussa, Rhc ne-Poulenc, BASF, Hoffmann-La Roche, and Lon2a (71). In 1995, the prices for niacin and nicotinamide were 9.75/kg and 9.25/kg, respectively (72,73).  [c.54]

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