refektóriumban volt, néven nevezi, de horvátosított formában: a pécsi Pavao / iz Pečuha (Liber memorabilium, I., S. 146).
6. Svetlana Rakić: Osječki slikar Paulus Antonius Senser. Peristil 33. 1990 , 113 – 124
Paulus Cortesius (Paolo Cortesi) delineated the first time history of the contemporary Latin poetry in Italy. The title of his work is De hominibus doctis dialogus (1490–1491). The literary model is precisely the Brutus by Cicero. The interlocutors are the professor of Roman University, Antonio Augusto Baldo, successor of the famous Pomponio Leto and two young students, Paolo (that is Cortesius as a young man) and Alessandro Farnese (later the pope Paul III). This later one, offended in his national pride, is scandalized because the poet valued the best of his age is an alien, a Hungarian, that is “barbarus transmontanus”. The author of the dialogue in the role of master Antonio magisterially annihilates the attack of his aristocratically-minded student and glorifies the greatness of Janus, this “alien”.
The herbarium of Paulus Kitaibel (1757–1817) has been preserved in good condition and can still be used for the investigation of problematic questions. There happens to be a misidentified specimen on the back of one of the sheets. Although it has been studied by several botanists, it has proved impossible to identify this species because important morphological traits have been lost due to the age of the preserved material. The complete ITS region of the over 200-year-old herbarium specimen has been amplified by PCR. Sequence analysis and the secondary structure modelling of the ITS2 RNA transcript clearly provided, that the specimen is
, thus settling the controversy surrounding this question. This result is particularly interesting, as the presence of
in the Hungarian flora, has never been officially documented.
The salvation role of Gretchen, embodying the “Ewig-Weibliche,” has already been mentioned by several scholars analyzing Liszt’s “Faust” Symphony. According to them, Liszt found the most direct models to the characterization of the female protagonist of his work in Wagner’s operas. This interpretation can be made more differentiated in the view of another musical quotation of the “Gretchen” movement of the Symphony. I would like to go further on the basis of some concrete musical analogies, following the genesis of the composition and Liszt’s writings. I seek to answer the following questions: How much is Goethe’s Gretchen preserved in Liszt’s work? What are the influences of Gretchen’s contemporary musical characterizations known by Liszt, related to his own work? Last but not least, what kind of connections do exist between the Gretchen of the “Faust” Symphony and the other female characters in Liszt’s works?
A recent study concerning the deviation of the E–(1+) epithermal neutron flux distribution from the E–1 law, developed by F. DE CORTE et al. is applied to -determination in different channels of the CRN reactor (Strasbourg). It is found that the coefficient is positive inside the reactor core and negative outside. The accuracy of the neutron activation analysis using the corrected resonance integral I() is tested.
Fast radiochemical separation of carrier-free212Pb–212Bi–208Tl in radioactive equilibrium was performed using the HPLC technique with an ion-exchange column /ION-210 for cation exchange, ION-110 for anion exchange and C18 loaded with cation-exchange sites/. Optimal results are obtained with the ION-110 column.208Tl and212Pb are eluted by 0.5M HCl in 2.5 and 5 min, respectively.212Bi is recovered by elution with 1M HNO3.
A method is described for the analysis of uranium by neutron activation. The sample is brought into solution and the neptunium present is reduced to oxidation state (IV); quantitative extraction of239Np in the acidified aqueous phase (0.4<pH<1) is performed with a solution of HTTA (0.2M) in benzene. The use of a low-power reactor (100 kWthermal) enables determination of uranium at a lower concentration limit of 33 ng for periods of irradiation. cooling and measurement of 3 hours, 24 hours and 900 seconds, respectively.
A method is described for the analysis of thorium by neutron activation. The sample is brought into solution and quantitative extraction of233Pa is carried out in 1M HNO3 using 0.5M HTTA in benzene. Extraction mechanisms are discussed. The use of a low-power reactor (100 kWth) enables determination of thorium at a lower concentration limit of 50 ng for periods of irradiation, cooling and measurement of 3 hours, 24 hours and 300 seconds, respectively.
Measurements of Group IIA/IIIB cation adsorption by non-proliferative suspensions of Mycobacterium smegmatis in acidic medium show regular trends in percent adsorption and specific uptake of both ion types in the90Sr/90Y filiation for carrier concentrations in the range 50–2000 M. In comparative measurements with the47Ca/47Sc filiation, the corresponding adsorption of Sc3+ is consistently higher than that of Y3+, and both ions are preferentially adsorbed with respect to the divalent species Sr2+ and Ca2+. Ion separation efficiency in the calcium/scandium pair is more pronounced at lower concentrations and appears highest in the 100 M carrier region.