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BE-1732 Human factors in aircraft dispatch and maintenance safety Dr. N. Me Donald Univ. Dublin Trinity College  [c.936]

William T, Coffey, Department of Microelectronics and Electrical Engineering, Trinity College, University of Dublin, Dublin, Ireland  [c.761]

B. L. Madison, R. A. Depalma, and R. P. D Alonzo,/. A.m. Oil Chem. Soc. 59, 178—181 (1982).  [c.137]

Daiflon Daikin Kogyo  [c.288]

J. E. Maggio and co-workers, in Substance P—Dublin 1983, Poole Press, Dublin, 1983, p. 20.  [c.205]

Literature, Mechanized Searching" in ECT 1st ed., Vol. 8, pp. 449—467, byj. W. Perry, Bjorksten Research Laboratories, and R. S. Casey, W. A. Sheaffer Pen Co. "Literature of Chemistry and Chemical Technology" in ECT 2nd ed., VoL 12, pp. 500—529, by T. J. Devlin, Esso Production Research Co., and B. H. Wed, Esso Research and Engineering Co. "Information Retrieval Services and Methods" in ECT 2nd ed., Suppl. Vol., pp. 510—535, by E. Garfield and  [c.131]

P. A. Gallaghei, Eroc. R. Dublin Soc. Ser. B, 2(20), (1969).  [c.128]

S. Young, Sci. Proc. Dublin Soc. 12, 374 (1910).  [c.417]

W. S. E. Hickson and K. C. Bailey, Sci. Proc. R Dublin Soc. 20, 267 (1932).  [c.417]

The EChemTest (www.echemtest.net) is an electronic evaluation platform in Chemistry based on a common core chemistry curricula agreed within the European Union countries. Dedicated originally to the academic public and to the student exchanges, it will enables Universities and Candidates to have a clear evaluation of the student s knowledge level, and a clear understanding of the University s pre-requisite level. The potential value of the common core approach is to give a mling on the equivalency of levels between both the host and guest. Not intended to replace national examinations or diploma, one of the issue s of EChemTest is the use and the dissemination of the Chemistry Eurobachelor according to the recommendation of the Bologna declaration.  [c.400]

Dapalm The aluminium soap of naphthenic and palmitic acids used to gel gasoline. The thickened gasoline has been used for military flame throwers and incendiary bombs. See metallic soaps.  [c.269]

When my turn came, 1 listened as Professor Salo Gronovitz, the Chairman of the Chemistry Nobel Committee, introduced me to the King and Queen and the formal assembly, including some former prize winners, members of the Swedish Academies, and visiting guests. He spoke initially in Swedish but ended with the following in English Professor Olah, 1 have in these few minutes tried to explain your immense impact on physical organic chemistry through your fundamental investigations of the structure, stability, and reactions of car-bocations. In recognition of your important contribution, the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences has decided to confer upon you this year s Nobel Prize for chemistry. It is an honor and pleasure for me to extend to you the congratulations of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences and to ask you to receive your Prize from the hands of His Majesty the King. With this, I stepped into the circle on the carpet marked with a large N and received my prize. The significance of the moment all at once struck me. The long journey that started in Budapest flashed through my mind and also some doubt about whether all this was real and was in fact happening. I forced myself, however, to the present and accepted my medal and the impressive diploma, which on one side has a water color painting, as I learned later, by the artist Bengt Landin.  [c.179]

Hexamine, more formally known as Hexamethylenetetramine, is easily and conveniently produced from Formaldehyde and Ammonia solutions. Formaldehyde may be easily produced by depolym-erizing, with heat, Paraformaldehyde (the only ingredient in OTC MildewCide). Hexamine is then reacted with Hydrochloric Acid and heated to yield Methylamine HCI in near quantitative yield.  [c.275]

Ireland IIRS, I.S., Institute for Industrial Research and Standards, Blasnevin House, Bahymun Road, Dublin-9.  [c.25]

T. M. Devlin, ed.. Textbook of Biochemistry with Clinical Correlations,]oha Wiey Sons, Inc., New York, 1986.  [c.388]

D. P. Hart and R. CouviUion, Earth-Coupled Heat Transfer, National Water Well Association, Dublin, Ohio, 1986.  [c.174]

In 1990 the members of the Intersecretariat Group for Water Resources undertook regional assessments of the situation concerning key areas of the Mar del Plata Action Plan, in order to formulate a strategy for its implementation in the decade of the 1990s and beyond (28). Further stock-taking and planning was done at the International Conference on Water and the Environment—Development Issues for the 21st Century, held January 26—31, 1992, in Dublin, Ireland (26).  [c.239]

Since 1950, there has been a steady development of new disperse dyes to meet the demands imposed by the changing appHcation methods and to provide the much needed improvement in fastness properties. Six different methods of applying disperse dyes have been developed since the introduction of polyester fibers (69) (/) Dyeing at the bod in the presence of a carrier is used for deHcate fabrics, polyester—wool blends, etc. (2) Dyeing at 120—135°C in pressurized vessels gives better exhaustion and often improved fastness to light, mbbing, and perspiration. ( J) Thermofixation techniques at 190—220°C are used for the continuous processing of certain types of fabrics. (4) Transfer printing, generally at 210°C for 30 seconds, is an important development. (3) Solvent dyeing methods are avadable, but are not popular. (6) Printing and continuous dyeing processes have been developed for polyester—cotton blends using speciaHst dyes and appHcation techniques such as the Dybln (DuPont), CeUestren (BASF), and Dispersol (ICl) ranges.  [c.450]

In 1801, Edward Adam discovered redistUlation or rectification. He designed an apparatus in which vapors pass from the ketde through an egg-shaped vessel into the condenser. Progress in distillation knowledge and equipment continued throughout the nineteenth century. In 1831 Aeneas Coffey, in Dublin, Ireland, developed a continuous stUl that gave faster and lower cost distillations and yielded both higher proofs and a better quaUty product than the batch process pot stUl. The Coffey StUl (Fig. 2) has two distillation columns the beer stUl and the rectifier. The fermented mash (beer) is preheated in the rectifying column and then fed to the top of the beer stUl along with the feints, or spent portion of the mash. The alcohol is removed in the beer stUl and further refined by distillation in the rectifier.  [c.78]

The Eurobachelor (www.eurobachelor.net) is a product of the project Tuning Educational Structures in Europe and was approved by the EuCheMS in 2003. The diploma label will ensure reciprocal recognition to students all over Europe between accredited institutions. The Eurobachelor Eabel Committee is funded by the European Commission and supported by the EuCheMS.  [c.400]

There ar e many documents of biographic char acter in firnd the certificate of the professor, the diploma, materials about A.K. Babko s participation in conferences, symposiums, in lUPAC photos of the scientist during the various periods of a life correspondence with lar ge scientists of the world concer ning development of analytical chemistry as a whole, and in Ukraine.  [c.406]

M. S. Wolff, P. G. Toniolo, E. W. Lee, M. Rivera and N. Dublin, J. Natl. Cancer Inst., 1993,85,648. M. Quinn, and E. Allen, Br. Med. J., 1995, 311, 1391.  [c.7]

L. O.B. Afonso, P. M. Campbell, G. K. Iwama, R. H. Devlin and E.M. Donaldson, Gen. Comp.  [c.38]

Under these provisions, EPA must list ail regulated substances along with their ozone-depleHon potenhal, atmospheric lifetimes and global warming potentials within 60 days of enactment.  [c.404]


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