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Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry
Authors: Jorge López-Beceiro, José Pascual-Cosp, Ramón Artiaga, Javier Tarrío-Saavedra, and Salvador Naya

2009 Thermal characterization of a Spanish red mud . J Therm Anal Cal 96 : 407 – 412 10.1007/s10973-008-9230-9 .

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Acta Chromatographica
Authors: Amanda Fernandes de Medeiros, Maria Gabriela Ferreira Rocha, Alexandre Coelho Serquiz, Richele Janaína Araújo Machado, Vanessa Cristina Oliveira Lima, Fabiana Maria Coimbra de Carvalho, Izael de Sousa Costa, Bruna Leal Lima Maciel, Elizeu Antunes dos Santos, and Ana Heloneida de Araújo Morais

characterization is important. This encompasses determination of three-dimensional structures, inhibitory specificity for classes of peptidases, and mechanisms of inhibition [ 18 , 26 – 28 ]. Despite the pressure to reduce costs in the investigation of new drugs

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Acta Biologica Hungarica
Authors: Ilona Pfeiffer, Zoltán Farkas, Judit Kucsera, Muthusamy Chandrasekaran, Shine Kadaikunnan, Naiyf S. Alharbi, and Csaba Vágvölgyi

. , Mabuchi , T. ( 1994 ) Characterization of a species-specific DNA fragment originating from the Candida albicans mitochondrial genome. J. Med. Vet. Mycol. 32 , 71 – 75 . 10

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interaction with bulk solids [ 20 ] for similar products there is no data available for these specific formulations. Moreover, the influence of temperature has not been studied yet. This study presents a basic thermo-physical characterization of the

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). Samples were fractured at low temperatures and coated with gold before SEM characterization. FTIR measurements were carried out in a Bruker spectrometer model Tensor 27 using the ATR mode (not polarized), 64 scans, and 4 cm −1 spectral resolution. The

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The compatible relations and the automorphisms of finite algebras are investigated. Moreover, stronger versions of Rosenberg's Primal Algebra Characterization Theorem and of Á. Szendrei's Primal Algebra Characterization Theorem are given.

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Acta Alimentaria
Authors: I. Mahmoudi, O. Ben Moussa, M. Chouaibi, A. Telmoudi, W. Boukari, and M. Hassouna

flaxseed fortified buttermilk as a carrier of the probiotic bacteria, and to characterise it in terms of physicochemical, rheological, microbiological, and sensory attributes. 2 Materials and methods

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Peter R. Fuchs established in 1991 a new characterization of complete matrix rings by showing that a ringR with identity is isomorphic to a matrix ringM n(S) for some ringS (and somen ≥ 2) if and only if there are elementsx andy inR such thatx n−1 ≠ 0,x n=0=y 2,x+y is invertible, and Ann(x n−1)∩Ry={0} (theintersection condition), and he showed that the intersection condition is superfluous in casen=2. We show that the intersection condition cannot be omitted from Fuchs' characterization ifn≥3; in fact, we show that if the intersection condition is omitted, then not only may it happen that we do not obtain a completen ×n matrix ring for then under consideration, but it may even happen that we do not obtain a completem ×m matrix ring for anym≥2.

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We present an equivalence theorem, which includes all known characterizations of the class B p, i.e., the weight class of Ariño and Muckenhoupt, and also some new equivalent characterizations. We also give equivalent characterizations for the classes B p *, B * and RB p, and prove and apply a “gluing lemma” of independent interest.

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Cu isotopes (e.g. 64Cu) increasingly find use in radiopharmaceutical applications, accordingly fast and reliable methods for the production of these isotopes are needed. The aim of the presented project is the characterization of a Cu selective extraction chromatographic resin for the fast and selective separation of Cu radionuclides, e.g. from irradiated targets. The characterisation of the resin includes the determination of weight distribution factors D w of Cu, Ni, Zn and other potentially interfering elements and impurities for varying acids and pH values, the influence of macro amounts of Ni and Zn on the extraction of Cu as well as the influence of other potential interferents. Based on the obtained results, a method for the separation of Cu and its purification from irradiated Ni or Zn targets was developed and tested on simulated Ni and Zn targets.

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