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Hydrogenation of Functional Diene Polymers

Hydrogenation of Nitrile Rubber in Presence of Palladium Catalyst

Hydrolysis of Principal Commercial Poly Grades

Hydrolysis Rate Constants for Model Oligosaccharides with Lysozyme

Hydrolysis Rate Dependency of Diaziridine on pH

Hydrolysis reactions and equilibrium pHs for metal ions of significance in acid

Hydrolysis, Equilibrium, and Complex Formation Constants

Hydrolytic Reactions of Metal Ions

Hydrophilic fluorescence intensifiers and their fields of application

Hydrophobic and Electronic Substituent Constants

Hydrophobicity scales

Hydrostatic Design Pressures for Thermoplastic Pipe for Temperatures up to I30 C

Hydroxyl Concentration of Vitreous Silicas

Hydroxymethyl -2-Methyl-1,3-Propanediol Triesters

Hygiene standards

Hyperbolic Functions

Hyperfine coupling constant for a hydrogen atom when the Is orbital is represented as an uncontracted sum of n primitives

Hyperfine coupling constants mT for the vinyl radical. ROHF calculations

Hyperfine coupling constants mT for the vinyl radical. UHF calculations

Hyperfine Splitting Constants of Spin Adduct Formed APS Amine MNP or DMPO System

Hyperfme Splitting Constants of CAN-reductant- PBN Systems

Hypothetical Step-Growth Polymerization of 10 AB Molecules

I Adhesive property requirements for metallic bonding

I Classification scheme for adhesive and coating primers

I Fields of application for various wood adhesives

I General grades of MDI-adhesive applications

I gives details of the alkyl- and aryl-substituted selenazoles

I LI gives the results of Mott-Littleton calculations on some simple ionic sj st Mackrodt 1982 . By comparing the relative energies of the various tj pes of defect.

I lists some produced via the tungstate method from 1999 through 2000.

I lJ-2 Shutdown CDF and Fuii

I Outline of methods of corrosion control


I provides, for a particular rate of discharge in GPM. the friction loss in pipes for every 100 feet of straight pipe length, reasonably smooth and free from incrustation.

I Relationship between corrosion rate in mg dm d and mmy

I Representative commercial coupling agents

I summarizes the differences in the dimension of the branching space. The origin of these differences is the behavior of the wave functions under

I Troubleshooting Guide

I-I Yield Strength of Some Metals

I-l lists the various theoretical treatments published on the thiazole molecule for each the type of approximation, the mode of parametrization. and, eventually, the geometry employed are given net charges and bond orders for various theoretical calculations are listed in Tables 1-2 and 1-3.

IB Classification of Insulation Systems

IB Cycles B with combustion modification

IB is useful in comparing motor temperature rise versus class of insulation. See section NEMA MG-1, Rev. 1, Part 1, Section 1, p. 15, Classification of Insulation Systems.

Identification of Wire Mesh Types

IDF Caseinate Specifications

IE Cycles E with modifications of IGCC plants using syngas

Ignition Energy of Gaseous Acetylene at Various Pressures

Ignition Temperatures and Burning Rates of Styrene-Based Polymers

Ignition Temperatures for 90 Conversion

IH-62 2-Alkylthiazoles.402

IH-63 4-Alkylthiazoles.403

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