Authors:Mónika Sándor, Márta Fülöp, and Nóra Sebestyén
., & Cannoni, E. (2007). Pictorial assessment of interpersonal relationships (PAIR): An analytic system for understanding children’s drawings . Firenze: Firenze University Press.
Brussoni, M. J., & Boon, S. D. (1998). Grandparental
electrolyte–non-electrolyte pair (NaI/NaCl-Y) in water and in DMF can be presented in the form of the sum of group contributions [ 4 , 5] . Moreover, in aqueous solutions, some correlations between these coefficients and the functions describing the solvation
Authors:Hassen Cheriha, Yousra Gati, and Vladimir Petrov Kostov
sign is a +.) We say that the sequence (1, a d −1 , … , a 0 ) defines the sign pattern σ if σ = (+, sgn( a d −1 ), … , sgn( a 0 )). For a given sign pattern σ with c sign changes and p sign preservations, we call the pair ( c,p ) the
neighbours affect the fine phonetic realisation of words (see Goldrick et al. 2013 and the references therein). For example, voiceless stops in words with a minimal pair neighbour ( cod vs. god ) are produced with longer VOTs than stops in matched words
Dissolution enthalpies of NaI in mixtures of N,N-dimethylformamide with urea, formamide, acetamide and N,N-dimethylacetamide were measured. The results were compared with data measured earlier for other DMF — non-electrolyte mixtures. The enthalpic pair interaction coefficients,hxy (Na+I− — non-electrolyte) in DMF were calculated and analysed together with the appropriate data concerning other Na+I− — non-electrolyte pairs in DMF. The group interaction coefficients illustrating the interactions of Na+I− with the CH2, OH, O, CO, ‘Pep’ and ‘iPep’ groups were determined and discussed.