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Dear William E. Acree, Jr and Editor, Thank you for your comments concerning “Determination of specific heat capacity and standard molar combustion enthalpy of taurine by DSC.” We had modified the original manuscript and submitted the

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Agrokémia és Talajtan
Authors: I. Kádár, P. Ragályi, A. Murányi, L. Radimszky, and A. Gajdó

. S olti , G. , 1999 . Alginit (In Hungarian). ZELBA Kft. Hungary-Magyarország . Piliscsaba . Budapest . (Manuscript) T nr Gmbh

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and K. Pluta , manuscript in preparation. ClogP (CS Chem 3D Ultra 7.0, Molecular Modeling and Analysis) distributed by CambridgeSoft. N. Bodor, Z. Garbany , and C

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192 W. Markowski , manuscript in preparation. M.C. Frost, T. Lahr, R.M. Kleyle, and D. Nurok , J. Chromatogr. 788 (1997) 207

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conference proceedings publication. This Special Chapter consists of selected full papers presented at the Seminar. Each of the submitted manuscripts was evaluated at least by two independent reviewers. We appreciate very much the referees great

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Achievement of the Objectives (In Hungarian) . Készült az Országos Távlati Tudományos Tervkészítő Bizottság keretében, az Országos Tervhivatal megbízásából. (Manuscript) B uzás , I. , E lek

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Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry during the past 1 year. The first change relates to the geographical distribution of submitted manuscripts. The number of papers coming from Brazil, China and India reached a leading position surpassing

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calorimetric data is highly questionable. In Table 4 of the manuscript the authors tabulate a numerical of –Δ c U m /kJ mol −1 = 2545.7 based on four replicate measured values of 2554.5, 2430.5, 2497.9, and 2700.1. The calculated average value and

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presentations and manuscripts, and the referees who willingly gave their time to produce objective criticisms and helpful suggestions during the peer-reviewing process. Last but not the list, my deepest thanks go to all my co-workers and students, the

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Agrokémia és Talajtan
Authors: László Simon, Marianna Makádi, György Vincze, Zsuzsanna Uri, Katalin Irinyiné Oláh, László Zsombik, Szabolcs Vígh, and Béla Szabó

. (Nyíregyháza, Hungary). College of Nyíregyháza . 1 – 123 . (manuscript). Simon L

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