09 PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF DDGS REVISIONS.

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Assessment of physico-chemical characteristics of mangrove region in the Krishnapatnam Coast, India

Assessment of physico-chemical characteristics of mangrove region in the Krishnapatnam Coast, India

The present investigation was carried out to assess the physico-chemical characteristics of Mangrove region in the Krishnapatnam coastal region (Southeast coast of India) for a period of ten (10) months from June 2016 to March 2017. Surface water samples were collected from the chosen sampling stations at fortnightly intervals and analyzed to provide baseline information on the physico-chemical characteristics of these coastal biotopes.

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CHEMICAL REACTIONS AND CHEMICAL REACTORS GEORGE W. ROBERTS

CHEMICAL REACTIONS AND CHEMICAL REACTORS GEORGE W. ROBERTS

Chemical Reactions and Chemical Reactors George W. Roberts
Chemical Reactions and Chemical Reactors George W. Roberts
Chemical Reactions and Chemical Reactors George W. Roberts
Chemical Reactions and Chemical Reactors George W. Roberts
Chemical Reactions and Chemical Reactors George W. Roberts
Chemical Reactions and Chemical Reactors George W. Roberts

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INSIGHTS INTO SOLID PHASE CHARACTERISTICS AND RELEASE OF HEAVY METALS AND ARSENIC FROM INDUSTRIAL SLUDGE VIA COMBINED CHEMICAL MINERALOGICAL AND MICROANALYSIS

INSIGHTS INTO SOLID PHASE CHARACTERISTICS AND RELEASE OF HEAVY METALS AND ARSENIC FROM INDUSTRIAL SLUDGE VIA COMBINED CHEMICAL MINERALOGICAL AND MICROANALYSIS

detoxification of hazardous metal sludge by applied electromagneticenergy. Chemosphere 71:1693–1700Huang R, Huang KL, Lin ZY, Wang JW, Lin C, Kuo YM (2013)Recovery of valuable metals from electroplating sludge with reducing additives via vitrification. J Environ Manag 129:586–592Izquierdo M, Xavier Q (2012) Leaching behaviour of elements from coalcombustion fly ash: an overview. Int J Coal Geol 94:54–66Jamali MK, Kazi TG, Arain MB, Afridi HI, Jalbani N, Kandhro GA,Shah AQ, Baig JA (2009a) Speciation of heavy metals in untreatedsewage sludge by using microwave assisted sequential extractionprocedure. J Hazard Mater 163:1157–1164Jamali MK, Kazi TG, Arain MB, Afridi HI, Jalbani N, Kandhro GA,Shah AQ, Baig JA (2009b) Heavy metal accumulation in differentvarieties of wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) grown in soil amendedwith domestic sewage sludge. J Hazard Mater 164:1386–1391Kazi TG, Jamali MK, Kazi GH, Arain MB, Afridi HI, Siddiqui A (2005)Evaluating the mobility of toxic metals in untreated industrial wastewater sludge using a BCR sequential extraction procedure and aleaching test. Anal Bioanal Chem 383:297–304Kim AG, Kazonich G (2004) The silicate/non-silicate distribution ofmetals in fly ash and its effect on solubility. Fuel 83:2285–2292Kirby CS, Rimstidt JD (1994) Interaction of municipal solid waste ashwith water. Environ Sci Technol 28:443–451Krupka K, Deutsch WJ, Lindberg MJ, Cantrell KJ, Hess NJ, Schaef HT(2004) Hanford tanks 241-AY-102 and 241-BX-101: sludge composition and contaminant release data PNNL-14614. PacificNorthwest National Laboratory, Richland, Washington, (pp. 162)LBCD Consultants inc. Experco International Ltd (2010) Industrialwastewater management in river basins Nhue-Day and Dongnaiproject. The World Bank and Ministry of Planning and Investmentof Vietnam. Report 57853 v.1Le TH (2007) Development and application of stabilization/solidificationprocess in treatment and reuse of sludge/sediments containing heavy
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48507 PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS HAIR

48507 PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS HAIR

Physical Characteristics: HairBALDSTRAIGHT HAIRLONG HAIRCURLY HAIR147WAVY HAIRFRINGEBLACK HAIR25810Instruction: Match the words to the pictures.

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Antinutrients, in vitro digestibility and antioxidant activity of sorghum grain and flour of two different varieties

Antinutrients, in vitro digestibility and antioxidant activity of sorghum grain and flour of two different varieties

Sorghum commonly is eaten with the hull (the outer layer of the grain), which retains the majority of the nutrients. Sorghum has excellent chemical and physical properties, which make it a grain of good quality for processing different types of products. The nutrient composition of sorghum grain indicates that it is a good source of carbohydrates, fibre, protein, vitamins and minerals. Sorghum contains about 70 per cent starch, so is a good energy source. Its starch consists of 70 to 80 per cent amylopectin, a branched-chain polymer of glucose, and 20 to 30 per cent amylase, a straight-chain polymer.
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Compressive strength and explosive characteristics of polymer-bonded explosives based on hexogen and fluoroelastomers

COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH AND EXPLOSIVE CHARACTERISTICS OF POLYMER-BONDED EXPLOSIVES BASED ON HEXOGEN AND FLUOROELASTOMERS

This paper describes the formulation of two polymer-bonded explosives based on RDX (hexahydro-1,3,5- trinitro-1,3,5-triazine) and fluoroelastomer binders by the water-slurry coating method. The fluoroelastomers are poly(VDF-HFP) (vinylidene fluoride-hexafluoropropene copolymer) and poly(VDF-CTFE) (vinylidene fluoride-chlorotrifluoroethylene copolymer). It has been observed that the impact sensitivity and the friction sensitivity of PBX samples were significantly lower than that of the single RDX. Results also showed that two PBX formulations have high chemical stability, high energy characteristics, and equivalent to some PBX in the world. Finally, the compressive strength of these PBX compositions was found in the range of 8-12 MPa.
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Data based methods for modeling, control and monitoring of chemical processes

DATA BASED METHODS FOR MODELING, CONTROL AND MONITORING OF CHEMICAL PROCESSES

.. .DATA- BASED METHODS FOR MODELING, CONTROL AND MONITORING OF CHEMICAL PROCESSES CHENG CHENG (B Eng., ECUST, China) (M Eng., ECUST, China) A THESIS SUBMITTED FOR THE DEGREE OF DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY... the performance of many advanced control and monitoring methods is based on the availability of accurate models However, most chemical processes are multivariable and nonlinear in nature, and their... data- based methods and model -based methods In what follows, the basic theories of the two methods will be introduced 2.3.1 Data- based methods Multivariate statistical analysis is a popular data- based
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STUDY ON CHEMICAL COMPOSITIONS AND BIOLOGICAL ACTIVITIES OF ANNONA GLABRA L

STUDY ON CHEMICAL COMPOSITIONS AND BIOLOGICAL ACTIVITIES OF ANNONA GLABRA L

3.1.2. Among isolated compounds, seven compounds, including paniculoside IV(5), (2E,4E,1′R,3′S,5′R,6′S)-dihydrophaseic acid 3′-O-β -D-glucopyranoside (14),cucumegastigmane I (15), icariside B1 (17), icariside D2 (18), icariside D2 6′-O-βD-xylopyranoside (19), 3,4-dimethoxyphenyl 1-O-β-D-glucopyranoside (20) wereisolated from the Annona genus for the first time;3.1.3. Two compounds, 16α,17-dihydroxy-ent-kaurane (6) and 3,4dihydroxybenzoic acid (21) were first isolated from the Annona glabra species.3.2. This is the first report on cytotoxic effects toward five human cancer cell lines(LU-1, MCF-7, SK-Mel2, HL-60 and KB) of isolated compounds (1-22). Theresults indicated that compounds 3, 4, 6, 14, and 15 potentially exhibited cytotoxic2effects toward tested cancer cells except HL-60. Of those, three ent-kaurane typecompounds 3, 4, and 6 showed the highest cytotoxic activity with their IC 50 valuesranging from 0.65 ÷7.39 µM. Megastigmane type compounds 14 and 15 exhibitedcytotoxic effects with the IC50 values ranging from 2.79 ÷11.17 µM on four cancercell lines. Phenolic 18 and acetogenin 22 (squamocin M) not only displayedcytotoxic activity toward all tested cancer cells (IC 50 6.30 ÷10.61 µM) but also nontoxified in case of normal cells (HEL-299).3.3. This is the first time, the mechanism of cytotoxic activities on HL-60 cell linewas studied. The results showed that compounds 18 and 22 induced apoptosis viaalteration of expression of apoptosis-related proteins in HL-60 cells.3.4. 19 compounds (1-3, 5-18, 20, 22) were first evaluated their inhibitory activityon LPS-stimulated nitric oxide (NO) production in RAW 264.7 macrophages. Asthe results, five compounds 1, 3, 8, 12, and 13 potentially inhibited NO productionwith the IC50 values ranging from 0.01 ÷ 0.42 µM.4. The layout of the thesisThe thesis consists of 138 pages containing 26 tables, 62 pictures, 147references. The layout of the dissertation: Preface (2 pages), Chapter 1: Overview(35 pages), Chapter 2: Objects and methods (7 pages), Chapter 3: Experimental (9pages), Chapter 4: Results and discussion (64 pages), Conclusions (3 pages),Recommendations (1 page), Publications (1 page), References (17 pages), and
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EBOOK PHYSICAL EXAMINATION OF THE SPINE AND EXTREMITIES PART 1

EBOOK PHYSICAL EXAMINATION OF THE SPINE AND EXTREMITIES PART 1

(BQ) Part 1 book Physical examination of the spine and extremities has contents: Physical examination of the shoulder, physical examination of the elbow, physical examination of the wrist and hand.
(BQ) Part 1 book Physical examination of the spine and extremities has contents: Physical examination of the shoulder, physical examination of the elbow, physical examination of the wrist and hand.

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Development of a tunable ultrashort dye laser system by using molecular photonic processes and a nanosecond pumping laser

DEVELOPMENT OF A TUNABLE ULTRASHORT DYE LASER SYSTEM BY USING MOLECULAR PHOTONIC PROCESSES AND A NANOSECOND PUMPING LASER

The paper presents the physical processes and operational characteristics of an original subpicosecond dye laser system which is designed and successfully developed at our laboratory basing on the combination use of three photonic processes of dye molecules

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JOURNAL OF CHROMATOGRAPHY LIBRARY - VOLUME 24 CHEMICAL METHODS IN GAS CHROMATOGRAPHY

JOURNAL OF CHROMATOGRAPHY LIBRARY - VOLUME 24 CHEMICAL METHODS IN GAS CHROMATOGRAPHY

A. Darbre, in K. Blau and G.S. King (Editors), Handbook of Derivatives for Chromatography,Heyden, London, Philadelphia, PA, Rheine, 1978, p. 39.D.R. Matthews, W.P. Shults and J.A. Dean, Anal. LPtt., 6 (1973) 513.S.Z. Roginsky, M.I. Yanovsky and A.D. Berman, Osnovy Premeneniya Khrornatograjli v Katalize(Fundamentalsof Application of chromatography in Catalysis), Nauka, Moscow, 1972.H. MueUer and G. Werner,Z. Chem., 16 (1976) 304.S.H. Langer and J.E. Patton, in J.H. Purnell (Editor), New Developments in Gas Chromatography, Wiiey, New York, 1973, p. 294.N.C. Saha and D.R. Matthews,J. Chromatogr., 81 (1973) 207.V.G. Berezkin, Usp. Khim., 37 (1968) 1348.H. Psheidl, K. Bothke and D. Haberland, 2. Chem., 18 (1978) 393.B.W. Bradford, D. Harvey and B.E. ChakIey,J. fnst. Petrol., 41 (1955) 80.B. Smith and R. Ohlson, Acta Chem. Scand., 13 (1959) 1253.B. Smith and R. Ohlson, Acta Chern. Scand., 16 (1962) 351.A.D. Zorin, A.Ye. Yezheleva and G.G. Devyatykh, Trudy Khim. Khim. Tekhnol., 1 (1958) 605.O.K. Guha and J. Janak, Usp.Khim., 42 (1973) 1708.V. Schurig and E. Gil-Av, Chem. Commun., (1971) 650.V. Schurig, Angew. Chem., 88 (1976) 336.C.D. Chriswell, L.D.Kissinger and J.S. Fritz, Anal. Chem., 48 (19763 1123.B.M. Ykeda, D.E. Simmons and J.D. Grossman, Anal. Chem., 36 (1964) 2188.W.J.A. VandenHeuvel. W.L. Cardiner and E.C. Horning, J. Chromatogr., 19 (1965) 263.K. Hammarstrend and E. Bonelli, Derivative Formation in Gas Chromatography, VarianAerograph, Walnut Creek, CA, 1968.E.K. Doms, J. Chromatogr., 105 (1975) 79.V.A. Rotin, Radiatsionnoye Detektirovanie v Gazovoy Khromatografii (Radiation Detectionin ?as Chromatography), Atomizdat, Moscow. 1974.J. SevEik, Detectors in Gas Chromatography, Elsevier, Amsterdam, 1976.D.J. David, Gas ChromatographicDetectors, Wiley-Interscience, New York, 1974.D.1. Freed and A.M. Mujsce, Anal. Chem., 49 (1977) 139.V.G. Berezkin, L. Sojak and J . Undeova,J. Chromatogr., 98 (1974) 157.R.P. Taylor (Editor), Gas and Liquid Chromatography Abstracts, Applied Science Publishers,
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ENGLISH FOR TODAY FOR CLASS 6

ENGLISH FOR TODAY FOR CLASS 6

This book was evaluated in many times and rewritten by expatriate consultants and local experts. Individual lessons were trialled in secondary schools, government and nongovernment, urban and rural, in different parts of the country. This was followed by a syllabus and textbook revision workshop held for secondary school teachers and English language specialists at the National Curriculum textbook Board in Dhaka after which further revisions were made.

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LECTURE INTRODUCTION TO SYSTEMS ANALYSIS AND DESIGN CHAPTER 13 WHITTEN, BENTLEY

LECTURE INTRODUCTION TO SYSTEMS ANALYSIS AND DESIGN CHAPTER 13 WHITTEN, BENTLEY

Chapter 13 Database design. This chapter teaches the design and construction of physical databases.
Chapter 13 Database design. This chapter teaches the design and construction of physical databases.Chapter 13 Database design. This chapter teaches the design and construction of physical databases.

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11696 GUESS WHO IT IS

11696 GUESS WHO IT IS

Guess Who It Is:Date of Birth: February 20 1988Eyes: HazelNationality: BarbadianStar Sign: PiscesPets: a turtle and a dogSiblings: Rajad, Rorrey + half sister and half brotherFavourite singers: Mariah Carey and Whitney HoustonFavourite colours: green and blackFavourite dessert: cheesecake or chocolate ice creamParticular characteristics: 11 tattoosDate of Birth: March 27 1975Eyes: BlueNationality: AmericanStar Sign: AriesSiblings: sister DanaFavourite singers: Madonna, En Vogue, Lauren HillFavourite colours: blue and greenFavourite food: pizzaInstruments: pianoParticular characteristics: 7 piercingsDate of Birth: April 19 1987Eyes: BlueNationality: RussianFavourite food: Thai and Russian, also crepes with NutellaFavourite drink: oranginaFavourite books: Sherlock Holmes and Pippi Longstocking seriesParticular characteristics: world’s no. 4 in her profession
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WELLDISPERSED CHITOSANGRAPHENE OXIDENANOCOMPOSITES

WELLDISPERSED CHITOSANGRAPHENE OXIDENANOCOMPOSITES

Supporting information:Well-dispersed Chitosan/Graphene OxideNanocompositesXiaoming Yang,1,3 Yingfeng Tu,1 Liang Li,2,3,* Songmin Shang, 3,* and Xiao-mingTao31College of Chemistry, Chemical Engineering and Materials Sciences, SoochowUniversity, Suzhou 215123, China, 2 Key Laboratory for Green Chemical Process ofMinistry of Education, School of Materials Science and Engineering, Wuhan Instituteof Technology, Wuhan 430073, China, 3 Institute of Textiles and Clothing, The HongKong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong, ChinaAddress correspondence to: msell08@163.com; tcshang@inet.polyu.edu.hk(b) C-CC-O286.2eVIntensity (a. u.)284.6eV280C=O
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A guide to reading and writing Japanese 4th edition

A GUIDE TO READING AND WRITING JAPANESE 4TH EDITION

This newly revised edition is designed for students and others who
have at least an elementary knowledge of spoken Japanese and want
to acquaint themselves with the Japanese writing system. The most
significant revisions are the addition of 196 characters, which were
added to the Joyo kanji (GeneralUse Characters) list in November
of 2010. The elimination of 5 seldomused characters now brings the
total of GeneralUse characters to 2,136. The newly added characters
reflect an information age where technology now allows characters to
be more widely generated and consumed on screens. New characters
reflect prefectural names and major cities and a concern with health
and parts of the body.
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Ebook Chemistry for engineering students (2nd edition) Part 2

EBOOK CHEMISTRY FOR ENGINEERING STUDENTS 2ND EDITION PART 2

recycled aluminum has also beenintroduced recently.336We’ll begin by looking at the recycling of aluminum, which now accounts fornearly all beverage cans sold in the United States. The chemistry of aluminum makesit an excellent target for recycling. Recall that in Chapter 1 we pointed out how difficult it is to obtain pure aluminum from ores like bauxite. Aluminum reacts readilywith oxygen, forming strong chemical bonds that are not easily disrupted. Extractingaluminum from its ores requires very high temperatures and therefore consumes a lotof energy. When aluminum cans are recycled, however, the paint and other coatingsused can be removed relatively easily, allowing the underlying aluminum to be melteddown and reprocessed into a new can. Current industry estimates are that making fournew cans from recycled aluminum uses the same amount of energy as producing onecan from raw aluminum ore. This provides strong economic incentives throughout theentire process. First, the cost savings mean that the beverage industry has a strong motivation to encourage recycling and to seek recycled aluminum to produce new cans.This, in turn, means that communities and private companies in the recycling businessare assured of finding a good market for any aluminum cans they can collect. This is animportant concern because there will always be costs for collecting recyclables. Otherpositive factors also exist in the recycling equation for aluminum. The fact that virtually all beverage cans in use are made of aluminum means there is no need to separatecollected cans into different types. And because aluminum cans are so easily crushed,the collected material can be compressed so that storage and transportation are easierand less expensive. All in all, aluminum is an ideal candidate for recycling.Now let’s contrast that with plastic recycling. We can begin by thinking about theproduction costs of virgin polymers because these costs will set the standard againstwhich the price of recycled plastics will be measured. Feedstocks for virtually all commercial polymerization reactions have their roots in petroleum. So, the cost of raw materials for synthesizing most plastics is linked to the price of oil. Oil is a complex mixtureof compounds, and our new understanding of entropy should make clear that such amixture is unlikely to separate spontaneously into its various components. Various separation and purification methods are used to obtain the needed monomer molecules.Most of these schemes involve cracking and distillation, which require heating the crudeoil until various components boil off and can be reclaimed from the vapor phase. This
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5 14 GENERATING POWER (PHYSICAL SCIENCE)

5 14 GENERATING POWER (PHYSICAL SCIENCE)

5.1 The Cat Family (Life Science)
5.2 Inside Sea Creatures (Life Science)
5.3 Staying Healthy (Life Science)
5.4 Food and Farming (Life Science)
5.5 Build an Aquarium (Life Science)
5.6 Changing World (Life Science)

5.7 Underwater Explorers (Earth Science)
5.8 Drought (Earth Science)
5.9 Mountains of the World (Earth Science)
5.10 Green Gardening (Earth Science)

5.11 Pioneers of Physics (Physical Science)
5.12 Baking Chemistry (Physical Science)
5.13 Building Science (Physical Science)
5.14 Generating Power (Physical Science)
5.15 The Light Bulb (Physical Science)

5.16 Telescopes (Space and Technology)
5.17 Moon Landings (Space and Technology)
5.18 Cars Present, Past, and Future (Space and Technology)
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5 5 BUILD AN AQUARIUM (LIFE SCIENCE)

5 5 BUILD AN AQUARIUM (LIFE SCIENCE)

5.1 The Cat Family (Life Science)
5.2 Inside Sea Creatures (Life Science)
5.3 Staying Healthy (Life Science)
5.4 Food and Farming (Life Science)
5.5 Build an Aquarium (Life Science)
5.6 Changing World (Life Science)

5.7 Underwater Explorers (Earth Science)
5.8 Drought (Earth Science)
5.9 Mountains of the World (Earth Science)
5.10 Green Gardening (Earth Science)

5.11 Pioneers of Physics (Physical Science)
5.12 Baking Chemistry (Physical Science)
5.13 Building Science (Physical Science)
5.14 Generating Power (Physical Science)
5.15 The Light Bulb (Physical Science)

5.16 Telescopes (Space and Technology)
5.17 Moon Landings (Space and Technology)
5.18 Cars Present, Past, and Future (Space and Technology)
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5 3 STAYING HEALTHY (LIFE SCIENCE)

5 3 STAYING HEALTHY (LIFE SCIENCE)

5.1 The Cat Family (Life Science)
5.2 Inside Sea Creatures (Life Science)
5.3 Staying Healthy (Life Science)
5.4 Food and Farming (Life Science)
5.5 Build an Aquarium (Life Science)
5.6 Changing World (Life Science)

5.7 Underwater Explorers (Earth Science)
5.8 Drought (Earth Science)
5.9 Mountains of the World (Earth Science)
5.10 Green Gardening (Earth Science)

5.11 Pioneers of Physics (Physical Science)
5.12 Baking Chemistry (Physical Science)
5.13 Building Science (Physical Science)
5.14 Generating Power (Physical Science)
5.15 The Light Bulb (Physical Science)

5.16 Telescopes (Space and Technology)
5.17 Moon Landings (Space and Technology)
5.18 Cars Present, Past, and Future (Space and Technology)
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