incorporation of the Nigerian economy into the World Capitalist System, the
indigenous social structure was fundamentally restructured. This restructuring
was (and is still) affecting the family institution in its performance of the
most important task of youth socialization leading to cases of what have been
described as child abuse, urban violence, working children and, even, sexually
deteriorating/ transmitted infections as a result of irresponsible sexual
behavior among the youth. If the situation persists, what are the implications
for the future of the individual youth and the family? How can the transition
being experienced by the family be controlled to positively influence the
future of the youth and, by implication, the society as a whole? This paper
attempts to provide answers to these questions.
): Employment and Efficiency of Farms in Transition — an Empirical Analysis of Brandenburg . Paper presented on the XXIVth International Conference of Agricultural Economists in Berlin, August 13–20, 2000
separate overlapping transitions when one transition goes into the reversing signal and the other into the nonreversing signal. But what if both go into the reversing signal such as a melting transition overlapping a glass transition due to a phase
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Authors:V. A. Drebushchak, S. N. Dementiev, and Yu. V. Seryotkin
stellerite, with two close peaks one by one. The first one (∼200 °C) is narrow and high and the second one (∼250 °C) is broader and smaller. The first peak was reported to be the first-order phase transition with the step change of 3.24% in the UC volume and
There are several approaches for the description of phase transitions (PT). leading to different classification schemes:ApproachClassification scheme bythermodynamicorder (after Ehrenfest)kineticreversibility, quenchability, hysteresisstructuralrelationship of crystallographic axes before and after PTmechanisticactual migration path of atoms during PT The most important techniques for investigating PT include DTA and DSC thermo-optical analysis, melastic neutron scattering, IR and Raman spectroscopy and elastic X-ray and neutron diffraction. The latter, as dependent on the temperature, can give indications on the mechanism of PT. The appropriate application of these techniques is demonstrated on the example of the polymorphism of KPO3.