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Carolyne zu Sayn-Wittgenstein’s unpublished Nouvel essai esthétique was certainly written in the 1860s in Rome. Dedicated to Adélaïde-Louise d’Eckmühl, marquise de Blocqueville, it is composed of 4 chapters presenting both general issues on art and religion, and detailed presentation of nine arts. Among them, the chapter on music contains many ideas strongly connected to Liszt’s writings, e.g. influence of Fétis and Hegel, idea of progress, historicism, harmony, catholic music, symphonic music, opera, writings about music, piano, etc. The present article is a first attempt to establish connections between the Lisztian topics and the catholic-historicist aesthetics of the princess Sayn- Wittgenstein, which can be seen as a privileged source for the Neudeutsche Schule.
of the presence of the hydroxylian pseudorutile (kleberite) with an approximate formula of FeTi 3 O 6 (OH) 3 . This compound in Chinese ilmenite appears in small quantity. An estimated content of it is about 1%.
The main phases that were
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Iron(III) (FeTi) and chromium (III) titanates (CrTi) were prepared as cation exchange materials in a granular form. The rate
of the isotopic exchange of Na+/*Na+ and Zn2+/*Zn2+ between aqueous solution and iron(III) and chromium(III) titanates in Na+ or Zn2+form has been carried out radiometrically in the 25-60 °C temperature range. The exchange rate is controlled by a particle
diffusion mechanism and experimental and theoretical approaches have been used to obtain the rate of diffusion through the
spherical particles of the exchangers. The values of self diffusion () of Na+ and Zn2+ ions were measured at different operation conditions, particle size, reaction temperatures and drying temperatures of the
matrix. The values of kinetic and thermodynamic parameters were calculated and their significance discussed.
A partially molten buchite xenolith containing quartz, glass, mullite/sillimanite, corundum, Al-rich orthopyroxene, spinel, Mg-Al-bearing Fe-Ti oxides, ilmenite and rutile was found in the basaltic tuff of Szigliget (Balaton Highlands, Hungary). The pre-existing rock may have been a quartz-rich micaschist or phyllite from the wall of the magma vent. Minerals like mullite, Al-mullite and Al-rich orthopyroxene with Al2O3 between 7.62 to 11.54 wt% show ultrahigh-temperature (UHT) metamorphism of the xenolith with temperatures in excess of 1080 °C, which means that the temperature of metamorphism approached that of the enclosing alkaline basaltic melt. CO2 fluid inclusions with homogenization temperatures between +26.5 and +29.7 °C and mineral equilibria indicate pressure of buchitization between 310 and 390 MPa. Glass compositions are similar to a peraluminous leucogranite which is in accordance with melting experiments when metagreywackes, pelites and orthogneisses are involved. The presence of glass suggests that the duration of the heating process was not long enough to extract the melt from the rock and admix it with the alkaline basaltic melt.