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is, therefore, meaningful to offer a perspective on new technologies for fabricating microreactors and microseparators for continuous-flow chemistry. Fabricating the microfluidic system has strongly been dependent on molding and lithographic

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slaughterhouse waste — a review. Bioresource Technology, Vol. 83, 2002, pp. 13–26 Rintala J. Anaerobic digestion of organic solid poultry slaughterhouse waste — a review

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Introduction “Selecting technology that has potential foresight for the country among new technological fields” is always a core issue for government while formulating technological strategy (Butler 2003 ; Marinova and Newman

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1 Introduction The incorporation of Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) in the justice sector is not necessarily a recent phenomenon in Chile, 1 Latin America, 2 or abroad. 3 Notwithstanding, the outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic

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Introduction The role of science and technology in driving productivity and economic growth is given emphasis in the ‘new growth theory’ in which knowledge is central to economic development (OECD 1996 ). Many Asian countries

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Szatmári I., Szatmári T., Szatmári G. Launching technology of erecting a steel girder bridge right-bank flood-bridge of the Danube-bridge at Dunaújváros, Proc. 6th International Conference on Bridges Across the Danube 2007 , Budapest, 2007, pp. 289–302.

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have tried to make people's journeys easier and easier with this information technology to establish smooth communication using only light as a career in a new way. Our study presents a completely new approach that is a step ahead of what has been

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. Law , J. Rip , A. 1986 Mapping the Dynamics of Science and Technology: Sociology of Science in the Real World Macmillan Basingstoke

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In the paper we present results of multi-analytical study of pottery fragments archaeologically ranked from the Older Linear till the Middle Danube Tumulus Cultures, e.g. originated in the time-span of approximately 4700 years. In the studied set of pottery fragments we didn’t observed substantial differences of the raw materials used and temperatures of firing/annealing comparing studied set through the whole mentioned time-span didn’t surpass 650 °C in any of artefacts studied. The most realistic is to rank temperatures of firing/annealing close to the 600 °C. Oxidizing/reducing conditions during firing/annealing changed. Above statemets are based on the application of the following laboratory methods: stereoscopic observation of natural splitting planes, thin sections studies under polarizing microscope, scanning electron microscope, X-ray diffraction studies, organic matter determination (its quantity as well as quality) and the archaeopal aeomagnetic study.

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Best G., Mourato D., Singh M., Firman M., Basu S. Application of immersed ultrafiltration membranes for colour and TOC removal, Membrane Technology , Vol. 1999, No. 112, 1999, pp. 5–12. Basu S

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