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  • Delfini M.; Di Cocco M.E.; Gaggelli E.; Lepri A.; Valensin G. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1990-09-01)
    Silybin, silydianin and silychristin, the three major constituents of the crude extract of Silybum marianum, were investigated by means of 1H-NMR in [2H6]-acetone. Non selective, single-selective and doubleselective 1H-NMR ...
  • Robinson L.A.; Russell J.G. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1984-04-01)
    The conformations of halogenated 1,4-dioxanes have generally been studied by X-ray diffraction1,2 in order to obtain values for the ring dihedral angles. The simple and widely used R value technique3,4 requires two vicinal ...
  • Flaud J.-M.; Camy-Peyret C.; Mandin J.-Y.; Guelachvili G. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1977-08-01)
    Using a Fourier transform spectrum in the region 1750–2400 cm-1, the intensity of about 60 lines of the 2v2 - v2, v1 - v2 and v3 - v2 hot bands have been measured. The constants involved in the rotational expansion of the ...
  • KOUVARITAKIS B.; ROSSITER J. A.; TRIMBOLI M. S. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1990-01-01)
    H2- and H∞- weighting sequence approximations to rational and irrational functions (Trefethen 1981, Helton et al. 1989) are pertinent to characteristic locus design. The most effective technique combines inverse discrete ...
  • Bonamy L.; Nguyen Minh Hoang P. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1986-04-10)
    The ability of some intermolecular potential models to describe both the Raman linewidths of the H2 molecule perturbed by Ar and the fine structure of the infrared spectrum of the van der Waals complex H2-Ar is examined. ...
  • Pajunen Petri (Taylor & Francis Group, 1981-07-01)
    A semiclassical treatment of the H2+ problem is presented using a modified JWKB approximation consistent with the Langer transformation of the radial Schrödinger equation for the Coulomb potential. Semiclassical quantization ...
  • GRIMBLE M. J. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1995-11-01)
    The solution of a generalized H2 optimal control problem is considered where the results apply to one, two and two-and-a-half degrees of freedom controller structures. It is then shown that by choosing a particular robustness ...
  • Joachim C. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1984-08-10)
    From the Madelung hydrodynamical formalism generalized to an heterogeneous population of electrons and nuclei, a non-adibatic quasi-classical local model (NAQCL) of a molecule is constructed. This provides a method to ...
  • Toraason Mark; Heinroth‐Hoffmann Ingrid; Richards Donald; Woolery Michael; Hoffmann Peter (Taylor & Francis Group, 1994-04-01)
    Free radical‐induced oxidative stress has been linked to ischemia‐reperfusion injury of the myocardium. The ‘OH radical is considered the most damaging radical and can be increased in cells by treatment in vitro with H2O2. ...
  • Radojevic M. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1983-12-01)
    It is becoming generally accepted that the aqueous phase oxidation of SO2 by H2O2 is an important mechanism of SO2 oxidation in the atmosphere. There exists good agreement between the experimental studies of the kinetics ...
  • Schulte P.; Bayer A.; Kuhn F.; Luy Th.; Volkmer M. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1995-01-01)
    Activated hydrogen peroxide produces very reactive OH-radicals which destroy hazardous contaminants in water. The principles and different methods of activation are described. Results from laboratory studies show the ...
  • Shiozaki Ryuji; Kominami Hiroshi; Kera Yoshiya (Taylor & Francis Group, 1996-05-01)
    Catalytic activity of Ce(IV) contained Weakley-type heteropoly-oxometalate for the H2O2 oxidation of primary and secondary alcohols was evaluated for the first time. It was found that this catalyst exhibited a mild and ...
  • Fraser G.T. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1991-04-01)
    Tunnelling in water dimer allows each of the hydrogen atoms to participate in the hydrogen bonding, giving rise to a complicated energy-level scheme and rotational spectrum. As a result of new theoretical and experimental ...
  • Palm V.; Rebanei L. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1992-06-01)
    All experimental data available on a low‐temperature optical dephasing for H,‐octaethylporphin guest molecules in an amorphous polystyrene host are discussed in relation to spectral diffusion processes. Some data published ...
  • Gomes Laércio; Morato SperoPenha (Taylor & Francis Group, 1983-07-01)
    The production of H2O− defects in alkali halides doped with OH− impurities was studied at different temperatures. It was found that H20− defects can be formed either directly by the thermal annealing of U2 centers that get ...
  • SILVEIRA MARCOSAZEVEDO DA; CORRÊA GILBERTOOLIVEIRA (Taylor & Francis Group, 1992-05-01)
    This paper considers the design of two-degree-of-freedom, linear multivariable controllers for four-block matrix transfer functions with objectives pertaining to both random and deterministic signals. The former are taken ...
  • WANG Y.WILLIAM; BERNSTEIN DENNISS. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1993-11-01)
    Modified Lyapunov equations for regional pole constraints in H2 synthesis have been considered in recent papers. This approach involves a constraint equation for enforcing the pole constraints and leads to an auxiliary ...
  • Krogmann Klaus; Keim Alfred; Stahl Ralph; Pfleger HansP. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1985-03-01)
    Tetracyanoplatinates with protonated alcohol, amine, and glycine molecules as cations were prepared. The structures were studied with respect to formation of isostructural, partially oxidized phases. Unsolvated H2 Pt(CN)4, ...
  • Vámos R. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1958-06-01)
    Rice is affected by the disease Bruzone (Brand, Akiochi) only in certain soils and only in certain years. The soils inclined to the disease are heavy, fixed, acidic ones, having no calcium in the top soil, and with a high ...
  • Tennyson Jonathan; Miller Steven (Taylor & Francis Group, 1994-03-01)
    H3+ is the simplest poly atomic molecule and as such has always been the subject of extensive theoretical study. It has also long been known to be an important constituent of hydrogen plasmas that are prevalent in many ...