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Scientometrics
Authors:
J. Farkas
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J. Balázs

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This section ofScientometrics will carry fresh and reliable news of people, programs, recent and forthcoming meetings and publications etc. Its effectiveness depends greatly on your assistance. Items for inclusion should be submitted to the Co-ordinating Editor, Dr. J.Farkas.

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Scientometrics
Authors:
J. Farkas
and
J. Balázs

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This section ofScientometrics will carry fresh and reliable news of people, programs, recent and forthcoming meetings and publications, etc. Its effectiveness depends greatly on your assistance. Items for inclusion should be submitted to the Coordinating Editor, Dr. J. FARKAS.

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Scientometrics
Authors:
J. Farkas
and
J. Balázs

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This section ofScientometrics will carry fresh and reliable news of people, programs, recent and forthcoming meetings and publications etc. Its effectiveness depends greatly on your assistance. Items for inclusion should be submitted to the Coordinating Editor, Dr. J. FARKAS.

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The paper examines a pilgrimage to the Holy Land and Egypt in 1483 that led to the publication of the remarkable incunable Peregrinatio in Terram Sanctam (1486) by Bernhard von Breydenbach, which included the very first printed Coptic alphabet. Drawing attention to the influence this book exerted in the 15th and 16th centuries, the paper argues for regarding Breydenbach's publication as the initiator of Coptic studies in Europe. Utilising three further accounts of the same pilgrimage (published in 1556, 1843-6, and 1892), it also surveys how the pilgrims perceived the monuments of Ancient Egypt.

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In this paper the reduction of lead and zinc sulphide by hydrogen is described. It has been found that the rate of formation of elemental lead or zinc is favourably affected by mechanical activation of PbS and ZnS produced by intensive grinding. This effect was observed in the region 678–1048 K for galena and in the region 851–1023 K for sphalerite. It has appeared that disordering in the structure of both minerals results in the decrease in experimental activation energy.

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Notes on interpolation. II

Explicit formulae

Acta Mathematica Hungarica
Authors:
J. Balázs
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P. Turán
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