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Biologia Futura
Authors: Kálmán Czeibert, Attila Andics, Örs Petneházy, and Enikő Kubinyi

& Kramer, 2015 ), whereas the microscopic approach focuses on showing the brain at histological level ( Adrianov & Mering, 2010 ; Palazzi, 2011 ; Singer, 1962 ). During the past decades, MRI templates and label maps for different animals have been created

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characterization of four micelle-templated mesoporous silicas: SBA-15, MCM-41, MCM-41/TMB, and HMS, differing in the pore size. The TPM PSDs were compared with those obtained from N 2 adsorption isotherms and from QE-TPDA profiles of n -nonane

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Frame, J. D., Lakhel-LeCoadou, A., Carstens, M. H.: Use of dermal regeneration template in contracture release procedures: a mutlicenter evaluation. Plast. Reconstr. Surg., 2004, 113 , 1330–1380. Carstens

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Effect of the presence of I-4 Me-Ph ionene in the supramolecular template (cetyltrimethylammonium bromide) on formation of porous structure of silicas has been studied. As-synthesized nanocomposites were characterized by using thermal analysis. Nitrogen adsorption–desorption measurements, X-ray diffraction and scanning electronic microscopy were applied to determine adsorption-structural characteristics and morphology of particles of the mesoporous templated silicas prepared in basic media.

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Structural information derived from template decomposition in new types of zeolites

I. Thermal analytical study on as-synthesized Ga-ZSM-5

Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry
Authors: H. Kosslick, V. A. Tuan, R. Fricke, J. Jedamzik, and H. D. Lanh

The crystallization of Ga-ZSM-5 zeolites and the incorporation of gallium into the framework were investigated by means of TG-DTA measurements. Special attention was paid to the decomposition of the embedded template, which was followed by the observation of coke formed in particular on the external surface of the crystals. A semiquantitative relation was found between the maximum temperature of template decomposition and the Si/Ga ratio in the framework. The amount of embedded template depended on both the zeolite content of the sample and the Si/Ga ratio in the framework. The apparent velocity of desorption of products resulting from the decomposed template, and the coke/template ratio, were sensitive to the crystallinity of the Ga-ZSM-5 samples.

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The decomposition of organic templates in molecular sieves SAPO-5, SAPO-11, SAPO-20, SAPO-34 and SAPO-37 was investigated by TG, DTG and DTA. In the case of SAPO-S, the decompositions of various organic templates were studied. The effects of the type of crystal structure, the pore size and the channel system on the complete removal of the organic material were considered.

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Highly oriented single crystal antimony nanowire arrays have been synthesized within anodic aluminum oxide (AAO) template by pulsed electrodeposition. Thermal behavior and oxidation analysis of the antimony nanowires have been investigated by means of thermogravimetry and differential scanning calorimetry in Ar and air atmosphere, respectively. Compared to bulk antimony, the antimony nanowires exhibit a lower sublimation temperature at 496.4°C. Evident oxidation of the Sb nanowires occurs at 429.8°C in air atmosphere and α-Sb2O4 nanowires have been obtained as the oxidation product. The results indicate that the sublimation and the oxidation of the antimony nanowires in the AAO template is a slow multi-step process. The present results are of relevance when processing antimony nanowries for thermoelectric applications at high temperatures.

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(South-)East Asian languages often force highly restricted word-structures, leading standard Government Phonology (sGP) to the useful, though problematic, Han-template (regular/augmented) (Beijing Mandarin (Goh 1996), Thai (Denwood 1999), Hongkui To (Xu 2001), and Vietnamese (Ulfsbjorninn 2008b)). We replace it with an obligatory c-command relationship between nuclear heads (xN1, xN2), resulting in xO2 being obligatorily c-commanded by xN1 (*V:C). In contrast, the augmented Han-template has obligatory c++2-command, hence, xO2 is not obligatorily c-commanded by xN1 (V:C). Concomitantly, *V:C (unlike V:C) languages prohibit I/U in xO2. In sGP no non-arbitrary link can be suggested; in GP 2.0, it emerges from micro-parametric c-command-conditions acting on word-structure.

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Long chain alkylammonium cations can be exchanged into a preswelled phase of g-zirconium phosphate, a layered inorganic ion-exchanger. The derived materials are used as templates to give organic-inorganic composite materials. The cationic exchange occurs very quickly. These intercalation compounds behave in a very similar way. They are still layered and exhibit an interlayer distance d notably greater than that of its precursor whose behavior depends on the chain length. By thermal and microanalyser characterizations it can be observed that the surfactant is lost in two stages, the second one as a result of the fragmentation of the chain. The layered structure with the expanded interlayer distance is maintained up to ~350C.

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