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] Park , C. 2007 Isomorphisms between C ∗ -ternary algebras J. Math. Anal. Appl. 327 101 – 115 10.1016/j.jmaa.2006.04.010 . [15

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1 32 Musolino, Julien and Jeffrey Lidz. 2003. The scope of isomorphism: Turning adults into children. Language Acquisition 11. 277

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Thermal decomposition of iron(II) and cobalt(II) hexaborates has been investigated. The methods applied to investigate the process were differential thermal analysis, derivatography, crystallooptics and x-ray study. The following iron(II) hexaborate hydrates, FeO · 3B2O3 · 7.5H2O, FeO · 3B2O3 · 5H2O, FeO · 3B2O3 · 0.5H2O; iron(III) borates, Fe2O3 · 6B2O3 and 2Fe2O3 · B2O3; cobalt(II)hexaborate hydrates CoO · 3B2O3 · 7.5H2O, CoO · 3B2O3 · 5H2O, CoO · 3B2O3 · 0.5H2O, CoO · 3B2O3 and the decomposition product 2CoO · 3B2O3 have been isolated. Hepta- and semihydrates of cobalt(II) and iron(II) hexaborates have been proved to be isomorphous. It has been established that in the case of cobalt and iron hexaborates the exothermic maximum refers to a decomposition reaction and to the formation of a borate containing a smaller proportion of boron and boric anhydride.

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Lengyel és magyar vezető testületek a felsőoktatásban

The Role of University Boards in Hungary and Poland

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Authors:
Zoltán Rónay
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Dominik Antonowicz
, and
Marta Jaworska

DiMaggio, P. J. & Powell, W. W. (1983) The Iron Cage Revisited: Institutional Isomorphism and Collective Rationality in Organizational Fields. American Sociological Review , Vol. 48. No. 2. pp. 147

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Félperiféria a tudástermelésben.

Globális hátrányok és kitörési lehetőségek közép-kelet európai és hazai szemszögből

Semi-periphery of Academic Knowledge Production.

Global Disadvantages and Breakthrough Opportunities from a CEE and Domestic Perspective
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Authors:
Gergő Háló
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Andrea Rajkó
, and
Márton Demeter

International Conference on Higher Education Advances (HEAd’19) , 1–8. https://doi.org/10.4995/HEAD19.2019.9285 11 Hallonsten, O. & Hugander, O. (2014) Supporting ‘future research leaders’ in Sweden: Institutional isomorphism and

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. DiMaggio , P. J. – Powell , W. W. ( 1983 ): The Iron Cage Revisited: Institutional Isomorphism and Collective Rationality in Organizational Fields . American Sociological Review 48 ( 2 ): 147 – 160

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.1080/17476930903394705 . [11] Gol’dshtein , V. M. , Vodop’yanov , S. K. 1975 Lattice isomorphisms of the space and quasiconformal mappings Siberian Math. J. 16 224 – 246 . [12] Gol

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n A } would be a non-principal type meaning that ∏ X i = 0, sometimes, such an X i is called non-isolated. Any representation omitting these non principal types, known to exist by the OTT, will provide a unique up to isomorphism an atomic model

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(2022) argue that ESG performance can be affected by institutional isomorphism. Institutional isomorphism is a framework that describes three mechanisms to potentially enhance ESG performance. Coercive isomorphism is achieved through the need for

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cationic and anionic isomorphism. Tunisian phosphorite [ 1 ] refers to the group of “core” apatite with a ratio (Ca/P) = 1.70–1.77. These apatites are formed in calcium phosphate-systems with pH > 7 and are characterized by increased defectiveness and

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