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References 1 Ohse , R. W. (eds.) 1985 Handbook of Thermodynamic and Transport Properties of Alkali Metals Blackwell Scientific Publications Oxford

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Journal of Flow Chemistry
Authors: Zine Eddine Hamami, Laurent Vanoye, Pascal Fongarland, Claude de Bellefon, and Alain Favre-Reguillon

for residues of metal catalyst or metal reagents, European Medicines Agency, London, 2008. http://www.ema.europa.eu/ docs/en_GB/document_library/Scientific_guideline/2009/09/WC500003586.pdf (accessed July 18, 2016). 17

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. 2 Reed , R. , Zentner , B. A. , Marrs , C. D. and Mason , B. E. , Energetics of the Fluorine Metal Reaction in Energetic Materials , Proc. 15th International Pyrotechnics, 1990 p. 815

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.1063/1.1699763 . 2 Perepezko , J. H. , Rasmussen , D. H. , Anderson , I. E. and Lopes , C. R. , Jr. , ‘ Solidification and casting of metals ' Proceeding of an International Conference on Solidification, The Metals Society, 1979, p

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, Photometric and Florometric Methods of Analysis of Metals , Part I, Interscience, New York, NY, 1978 , p. 08 . [26] E. B. Sandell

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Our investigations have shown the perspectives of pyrometallurgical methods in activation analysis based on metal extraction (ME). The technique of rapid micromelting (MM) not requiring special equipment has been developed. It has been shown that in non-mixed liquid metal-molten salt systems different elements such as noble, rare and dispersed ones can be quantitatively extracted from geological samples to be analyzed into metal collectors (bismuth, lead, tin, copper, iron, etc.). The same meltings have been supposed for extraction into the ionic salt melts of the impurity elements from the analyzed metals.

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-light irradiation (λ > 400 nm). Various strategies have been pursued including doping with metal ions (e.g., iron [ 2 , 3 ], copper [ 4 ], nickel [ 5 ], chromium [ 6 ], cobalt [ 2 , 6 ], vanadium [ 2 ]) or non-metallic elements (e.g., nitrogen [ 7 – 10 ], sulfur

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Introduction Association of a metal ion with an organic ligand through a chemical bond, changes drastically the properties of ligand and metal. It stabilizes the system and changes the solubility and reactivity. Metal complexes

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We introduce the effective Lagrangian with spontaneously broken density in the Sethna-Sachdev-Nelson formula, and propose one explanation for the increase of the positron diffusion lengthL + in the liquid metal phase with temperature. It is shown that the effective mass of the positron in the liquid metal phase will decrease due to the restoration of the spontaneously broken density around the positron, when temperature increases.

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azolidene carbenes to function as ligands in transition-metal complexes is well-established [ 10 , 11 ]. Consequently, biologically relevant molecules containing azoles are candidates as carbine sources for metal complexation. We consider the utilization of

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