• TEMPO-oxidized cellulose nanofibers

    Abstract Native wood celluloses can be converted to individual nanofibers 3–4 nm wide that are at least several microns in length, i.e. with aspect ratios >100, by TEMPO (2,2,6,6-tetramethylpiperidine-1-oxyl radical)-mediated oxidation and successive mild …

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  • ARSENIC AND ARSENIC COMPOUNDS

    Arsenic and arsenic compounds were considered by previous IARC Working Groups in 1979, 1987, and 2002 (IARC, 1980, 1987, 2004). Since that time, new data have become available, these have been incorported in the Monograph, and taken into consideration in

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  • Castes and Tribes of Southern India: Volume VI—P to S

     · A characteristic of the dance, specially noticeable among [] the women, was stooping and waving of the arms in front. The dancers perspired freely, and kept up the dance for many hours to rhythmic music, the tune of which changed from time to time.

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  • Quebec | Santiago Wikia | Fandom

    In 1665, the Carignan-Salières regiment developed the string of fortifications known as the "Valley of Forts" to protect against Iroquois invasions and brought along with them 1,200 new men. To redress the severe gender imbalance and boost population growth, King Louis XIV sponsored the passage of approximately 800 young French women ( les filles du roi ) to the colony. [18]

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  • Quantum Deep Learning Triuniverse

    An original quantum foundations concept of a deep learning computational Universe is introduced. The fundamental information of the Universe (or Triuniverse) is postulated to evolve about itself in a Red, Green and Blue (RGB) tricoloured stable self-mutuality in three information processing loops. The colour is a non-optical information label.

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  • Limestone FGD Scrubbers: User''s Handbook

    EPA-600/8-81-017 August 1981 LIMESTONE FGD SCRUBBERS: USER''S HANDBOOK by D. S. Henzel and 6. A. Laseke PEDCo Environmental, Inc. Cincinnati, Ohio 45246 x ...

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  • Guidelines for performing lignin-first biorefining

    In its native state in the plant, lignin is now regarded as being less branched than previously surmised, 6–9 and more tractable. Additional building blocks have been shown in the past decade to be incorporated into lignin, including flavonoids, hydroxystilbenes, and others. 10 Several lignin model structures are shown in Fig. 1 to illustrate some of the key features.

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  • Chapter 5: Collecting data | Cochrane Training

    Section 5.6 describes the numbers that will be required to perform meta-analysis, if appropriate. The unit of analysis (e.g. participant, cluster, body part, treatment period) should be recorded for each result when it is not obvious (see Chapter 6, Section 6.2).

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  • The History of Plague – Part 1. The Three Great Pandemics

    the history of plague is very scary. There have been three great world pandemics of plague recorded, in 541, 1347, and 1894 CE. Plague is an acute infectious disease caused by the bacillus Yersinia pestis and is still endemic in indigenous rodent populations of South and North America, Africa and Central Asia. ...

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  • Prognostic significance of ARL9 and its methylation in low-grade …

     · 3.6. ARL9-related signaling pathways in glioma To gain insight into the functional role of ARL9 in glioma, we exploited the GlioVis database to determine the potential biological processes. The Rembrandt dataset was selected for Gene Ontology and the results.

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  • Untargeted metabolomics identifies succinate as a biomarker and …

    The incidence of AAD decreased in p38α MKO ApoE − / − mice infused with Ang II (Figure 6C and D), and their aortic diameters were smaller than in their wild-type littermates (Figure 6E). H&E staining revealed that the wall thickness and the loss of smooth muscle cells were less pronounced in p38α MKO Apoe – / − mice than in their wild-type littermates ( Figure 6 F ).

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  • Art Object Page

    [6] See Gabriel Metsu, A Young Woman Composing Music, c. 1662–1663 (Mauritshuis, inventory no. 94). Franklin W. Robinson, Gabriel Metsu (1629–1667): A Study of His Place in Dutch Genre Painting of the Golden Age (New York, 1974), 64–65, dates this painting to around 1667.

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  • 1. Materials and Society | Materials and Man''s Needs: Materials Science and Engineering …

    Not only are we consuming materials more rapidly, but we are using an increasing diversity of materials. A great new range of materials has opened up for the use of 20th-century man: refractory metals, light alloys, plastics, and synthetic fibers, for example. Some ...

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  • Dutch Golden Age Painting

     · Dutch Golden Age painting was informed by a number of artistic influences, including the landscapes and village scenes of Pieter Bruegel the Elder, the work of the anonymous "Master of The Small Landscapes," and the Northern European Renaissance artists (such as Jan van Eyck, Albrecht Dürer, and Hieronymus Bosch and Utrecht Caravaggism).

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  • History''s deadliest pandemics: Plague, smallpox, flu, covid-19

     · 1665 75,000 to 100,000 Plague of Justinian 541-542 A.D. 30 to 50 million HIV/AIDS 1981-current 35 million COVID-19 2020-current About 5 million ...

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  • Journal of Food Processing and Preservation: Vol 39, No 6

    Retraction Statement: Multiple Response Analysis and Optimization of Microwave-Assisted Extraction of Antioxidant Phenolic Compounds of Waste Mangifera indica L Peel. Volume 40 Issue 2 Journal of Food Processing and Preservation. pages: 348-348. First Published online: March 29, 2016. Abstract.

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  • Inner nuclear protein Matrin-3 coordinates cell differentiation by …

     · All mass spectra were processed using the Spectrum Mill software package v6.0 prerelease (Agilent Technologies), which includes modules developed by us …

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  • The History of Plague – Part 1. The Three Great Pandemics

    Between 1665 and 1666 a fifth of London''s population died, some 100,000 people.[17] The Great Fire of London in 1666 and the subsequent rebuilding of timber and thatch houses with brick and tile disturbed the rats'' normal habitat and led to a reduction in their numbers, and may have been a contributing factor to the end of the epidemic.9

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  • Frontiers | Integrated Flow Chamber System for Live Cell …

    Characteristic temperature profiles for ramp-up at 5 and 20 ml/min flow rate from 22 C to a target of 37 C are shown in Figure 6 (raw sensor data available in Supplementary Materials). The maximum overshoot at 5 ml/min, which corresponds to the lower limit of …

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  • Cleavage (breasts)

    Cleavage is the area between a woman''s breasts lying over the sternum, and normally refers to what is visible with clothing that includes a low-cut neckline. In some cultures, display of cleavage is considered aesthetic or erotic, and may be associated with garments with low necklines that expose or highlight cleavage, such as ball gowns ...

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  • Thomas Hobbes (Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy)

     · Thomas Hobbes (1588–1679), whose current reputation rests largely on his political philosophy, was a thinker with wide-ranging interests. In philosophy, he defended a range of materialist, nominalist, and empiricist views against Cartesian and Aristotelian alternatives. In physics, his work was influential on Leibniz, and led him into ...

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  • Paul Cezanne

    Paul Cezanne lived in the XIX – XX cent., a remarkable figure of French Post-Impressionism. Find more works of this artist at Wikiart – best visual art database. French Post-Impressionist Paul Cézanne was one of the most influential artists in the history of modern painting. ...

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  • WaterHistory

    Pepys in an October, 1663, entry noted that the "plague is much in Amsterdam, and we in fears of it here." Ships from Holland to England were quarantined. In December, 1664, one person in London died of the plague; in April, 1665, two; and in May, 43 died.

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  • The Use of the L-Curve in the Regularization of Discrete Ill-Posed Problems | SIAM Journal on Scientific Computing | Vol. 14, No. 6 …

    Medical & Biological Engineering & Computing 58:8, 1651-1665. (2020) Relaxation spectra using nonlinear Tikhonov regularization with a Bayesian criterion. Rheologica Acta 59 :8, 509-520.

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  • Pufendorf''s Moral and Political Philosophy (Stanford Encyclopedia …

     · Pufendorf''s Moral and Political Philosophy. Freiherr von Pufendorf (1632–1694) was almost as unknown during most of the 19th and 20th centuries as he had been familiar during the preceding hundred years and more. His fate shows well how philosophical interests shape historical background narratives. More or less consciously ...

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  • Victorianism

    In The Age of Improvement, 1783–1867 (1959)—the title itself arguing a pronounced feature of the Victorian period—Asa Briggs identifies four main elements of Victorianism: "the gospel of work, ''seriousness'' of character, respectability and self-help" (p. 450). These are undoubtedly good examples of what was characteristic of the age.

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  • Beauty is skin deep: the skin tones of Vermeer''s with a Pearl …

     · The soft modelling of the skin tones in Vermeer''s with a Pearl Earring (Mauritshuis) has been remarked upon by art historians, and is their main argument to date this painting to c. 1665. This paper describes the materials and techniques Vermeer used to accomplish the smooth flesh tones and facial features of the , which were investigated as …

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  • BSTJ Archive

    Vol. 6(1), 142, 1927 A Shielded Bridge for Inductive Impedance Measurements at Speech and Carrier Frequencies Shackelton, W.J. Vol. 6(1), 172, 1927 Letters to the Editor Vol. 6(1), 181, 1927 Abstracts of Recent Technical Papers from Bell System Sources

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  • Frontiers | Recent Developments in Bioprocessing of Recombinant …

    For E. coli, HT-compatible bead mills were used for cell disruption (Lazarevic et al., 2013). Various other HT cell disruption/lysis devices have been used, including an 8-well-sonifier for VLPs from E. coli, a 24-well-HT sonication device for 15 cells including bacteria, fungi, and yeasts, and microfluidic channels (96-well-format) for thermal treatment, osmotic shocks, and …

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  • Peer Reviewed Journal

    International Journal of Engineering Research and Applications (IJERA) is an open access online peer reviewed international journal that publishes research .. Shenglong YU, Xiaofei YANG, Yuming BO, Zhimin CHEN, Jie ZHANG 136-141 23. Analyzing & Identifying

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  • Materials | Free Full-Text | Biomimetic Ceramic Composite: …

    The characteristic Raman symmetric stretching band (ν1) at 1087.6 cm −1 and the in-plane bending mode (ν4) at 705.8 cm −1 of the Raman spectra also indicate that the as-prepared coral granules were aragonite.

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  • US7792733B1

    230000004048 modification Effects 0.000 description 6 238000006011 modification reaction Methods 0.000 description 6 HBEAOBRDTOXWRZ-UHFFFAOYSA-K Gadoversetamide Chemical compound 1 ...

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