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data of the standard molar enthalpy of formation plays an important role in theoretical study, application development and industrial production of a compound as a basis of theoretical analysis. In this article, ZnO nanosheets with uniform size

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Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry
Authors: Eveline De Robertis, Gabriela F. Moreira, Raigna A. Silva, and Carlos A. Achete

for thermal behavior studies, since by the standard method for such determinations the major drawback is the time of analysis. In this work, our intention is verify the thermal behavior of two standard reference materials (SRM) using DSC, such

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Let F be a field, and α0,...,αk-1 be k distinct elements of F. Let λ =(λ1,...,λk) be a partition of n and V λ be the set of all vectors v=(v 1,...,v n)∈ F n such that  |{j ∈ [n] : v ji}|=λi+1  for 0≦ i ≦\ k-1. We describe the lexicographic standard monomials of the ideal of polynomials from  F[x 1,...,x n] which vanish on the set V λ. In the proof we give a new description of the orthogonal complement (S λ) (with respect to the James scalar product) of the Specht module S λ. As applications, a basis of (S λ) is exhibited, and we obtain a combinatorial description of the Hilbert function of V λ..  Our approach gives also the deglex standard monomials of V λ, and hence provides a new proof of a result of A. M. Garsia and C. Procesi [10].

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. Debrecen 1995 46 89 95 Šemrl, P. , Ring derivations on standard operator algebras

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connected to a Wheatstone bridge and recorded versus time. Chemical calibration of the device was carried out by a standard reaction [ 11 ]. Experiments consist in dissolving various amounts of trihydroxymethyl aminomethane (HOCH 2 ) 3 CNH 2 or

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Authors: Tamás Schneider, Erika Tóth, József Lővey, Zsuzsanna Molnár, Beáta Deák, Erika Várady, Judit Csomor, András Matolcsy, Zsolt Lengyel, Klára Petri, István Gaudi, and András Rosta

87 1571 1578 Fischer, R. I., Gaynor, E. R., Dahlberg, S. és mtsai: Comparison of a standard regimen (CHOP) with three intensive

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Journal of Radioanalytical and Nuclear Chemistry
Authors: B. Coursey, J. Hutchinson, L. Lucas, W. Mann, T. Matsumura, and J. Noyce

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The low-level radioactivity laboratory in the Radioactivity Section of the National Bureau of Standards, and its work in producing standards for monitoring in the environment, are described.

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The availability of natural matrix reference materials evaluated for trace element content has resulted in their widespread use as standards (i.e., calibration materials; comparators) for instrumental neutron activation analysis (INAA). Due to the uncertainties associated with their certified values, the limited number available, and the relative matrix independence of INAA, these reference materials are more properly utilized as quality assessment materials, after calibration of the INAA analytical system with true primary standards. Terminology is defined, the use of matrix reference materials to evaluate the analytical system is discussed, techniques for the accurate preparation of primary standards for trace element analyses are reviewed, and necessary precautions in the accurate comparison of samples to standards are presented.

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Using instrumental neutron activation analysis 18 elements are determined in 9 standard rocks of the central geological institut of the GDR. The results are compared with certified values.

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Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry
Authors: P. Gallagher, R. Blaine, E. Charsley, N. Koga, R. Ozao, H. Sato, S. Sauerbrunn, D. Schultze, and H. Yoshida

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Magnetic transition temperatures, Tc, are measured by simultaneous TM/DTA for Alumel, cobalt, nickel, and three alloys of Ni and Co. The observed values of Tc are corrected using the values for the melting temperatures of pure metals used to define the International Temperature Scale. These corrections are based on the simultaneous melting of these pure metals alongside, but separate from, the magnetic sample. Nine investigators, using a wide variety of instrumentation, have made these measurements utilizing a standard protocol. The results are compared for several heating rates. It is planned to make these same magnetic materials ultimately available to the public for calibration of temperature of their TG instruments.

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