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пРОВЕДЕНО сИстЕМАтИ ЧЕскОЕ ИсслЕДОВАНИЕ РАжлИЧНых тИпОВ РАжлОжЕНИИ, А ИМ ЕННО, пО МАРкУшЕВИЧУ, ОБОБЩЕН Ных И РАжлОжЕНИИ пО шА УДЕРУ. УкАжАНы пРИМЕРы, ИллУ стРИРУУЩИЕ ВжАИМООтНОшЕНИь ЁтИ х тИпОВ РАжлОжЕНИИ. Ос НОВНАь цЕль ДАННОИ РАБОты — ИжУЧЕ НИЕ РАжлОжЕНИИ пО МАРкУшЕВИЧУ (M-РАжл ОжЕНИИ). ОтМЕЧАЕтсь, Чт О пОслЕДОВАтЕльНОсть пРОЕкцИИ, сВьжАННАь с ОБОБЩЕНН ыМ РАжлОжЕНИЕМ, ьВльЕ тсь ЕДИНстВЕННОИ тОгДА И тОлькО тОгДА, кОгДА ЁтОM-РАжлОжЕНИЕ. пОлУ ЧЕНА хАРАктЕРИжАцИьM-РАжлОжЕНИИ В тЕРМИН Ах Их пОДпОслЕДОВАтЕ льНОстЕИ. пОлУЧЕНА тАкжЕ хАРАк тЕРИжАцИь пО шАУДЕРУ В тЕРМИНАхM-РАжлОжЕНИИ. НАкОНЕц, пОлУЧЕНы ОтНОшЕНИь Д ВОИстВЕННОстИ МЕжДУM-РАжлОжЕНИьМИ НЕкОтО РОгО пРОстРАНстВА И НЕкОтОРыМИ РАжлОжЕ НИьМИ сОпРьжЕННОгО п РОстРАНстВА.

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Antioxidants are added to the polymers to suppress oxidation during the service life. The paper deals with determination of stabilizer (VANOX-SKT) antioxidant in polyamides using a differential scanning calorimeter. Normally the amount of antioxidants is determined using HPLC method which takes more than 48 hours for sample preparation. A series of polyamide samples with known content of antioxidants (0.0–0.8%) are analysed using DSC form −50 to 350 °C in oxygen atmosphere keeping Al-crucibles open. For all the compositions a linear relationship was found forΔH (heat of degradation) and induction time under isothermal conditions at 220 °C which enables the antioxidant VANOX-SKT to be determined in unknown samples.

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We discuss and complement the knowledge about generalized Orlicz classes

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and Orlicz spaces X Φ obtained by replacing the space L 1 in the classical construction by an arbitrary Banach function space X. Our main aim is to focus on the task to study inequalities in such spaces. We prove a number of new inequalities and also natural generalizations of some classical ones (e.g., Minkowski’s, H�lder’s and Young’s inequalities). Moreover, a number of other basic facts for further study of inequalities and function spaces are included.

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A sensitive validated high-performance liquid-chromatographic method for analysis of cilostazol in human plasma (in vitro) has been developed, and it was applied to determine pharmacokinetics of cilostazol in male albino rabbit. Cilostazol was extracted from human plasma (in vitro) by acetonitrile, and efficient chromatographic elution was achieved on a C18 column (250 × 4.60 mm i.d., 0.5 μm particle size) with an isocratic mobile phase [acetonitrile-50 mM acetate buffer (pH 5.0, glacial acetic acid)-water (50:20:30)] at flow rate of 1.5 mL min−1. Quantification was carried out by photo-diode array (PDA) detection at 248 nm. The linearity of the method was excellent over the range 0.2–2 μg mL−1 with low limits of detection (0.005 μg mL−1) and quantification (0.05 μg mL−1). The extraction recovery of the drug from plasma was consistently good (73.45–78.64%), with low relative standard deviation (0.44–1.65%). Robustness studies confirmed that peak area was unaffected by small changes in temperature, mobile phase (composition and pH). The maximum concentration (C max) in rabbit (in vivo) was determined 1.620 μg mL−1 at t max (0.51 h) with 0.63% RSD by validated bioanalytical method.

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Extraction of plutonium from analytical waste solutions containing phosphoric acid using a solution of monooctylphenylphosphoric acid (MOPPA) is described. Effect of reagent concentration, presence of uranium, plutonium loading and back extraction of plutonium from the organic phase are described. Using a solution of 0.05 F MOPPA in xylene, more than 90% plutonium could be extracted in one cycle.

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Curing of diglycidyl ether of bisphenol-A (DGEBA) with phosphorus containing amide amines i.e. bis[3(3’-aminobenzamido phenyl)]methyl phosphine oxide (MB),bis[3(4’-aminobenzamido phenyl)]methyl phosphine oxide (PB), tris[3(3’-aminobenzamidophenyl)] phosphine oxide (MT) and tris[3(4’-aminobenzamido phenyl)] phosphine oxide (PT)and conventionally used curing agent 4,4’-diaminodiphenyl sulfone (D) was studied by DSC. The amines MB, PB, MT and PT were synthesised in the laboratory and were characterized by determining elemental composition, melting point, and amine equivalent. Structural characterization was done by 1H-NMR and FTIR. The onset temperature of curing depended on the nucleophilicity of the amines and was in the orderMT≈MB<PT<PB<D. The exothermic peak temperatures were in the orderD>PB>PT>MT≈MB. The char residue of cured epoxy resin was significantly higher when phosphorus was incorporated in the cured network. Using mixed amine formulations based on amine D and P-containing amines and the molar ratio of these amines could easily control the curing characteristics. A linear relationship between char yield and P-content was observed in such formulations.

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Acta Agronomica Hungarica
Authors: S. P. Saikia, S. P. Saikia, V. Jain, V. Jain, G. C. Srivastava and G. C. Srivastava

Research over the last few years has shown that inoculation with nitrogen-fixing bacteria of the genus Azorhizobium presents an alternative for (or supplement to) chemical fertilization, mainly due to the capability of the bacteria to produce plant growth- promoting hormones. The Azorhizobium caulinodans strain ORS 571 in combination with 2,4-D was able to colonize the root interior of an Indian maize cultivar. After transplanting to pots, it was noticed that nodulated and Azorhizobium -treated plants showed higher chlorophyll content in the leaf and enhanced nitrate reductase activity, leading to higher yield as compared to the control plants (non-nodulated). A plant growth-promoting effect was clearly visible in all inoculated plants examined. nodulated plants treated with Azorhizobium had higher physiological activities as compared to plants treated only with Azorhizobium . Azorhizobium therefore creates potentially better symbiosis in the form of para -nodules and promotes a higher level of nitrogen fixation, leading to better growth and plant development, with reduced requirements for chemical fertilizers.

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