Sample records for IAN (ian)
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21

High-conversion emulsion polymerization

Maxwell, IA (Ian); Verdurmen, EMFJ (Edwin); German, AL (Anton)

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22

Partial swelling of latex particles by two monomers

Verdurmen-Noël, EFJ; Maxwell, IA (Ian); German, AL (Anton)

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25

Free radical copolymerization: an NMR investigation of current kinetic models

Maxwell, IA (Ian); Aerdts, AM (Annemieke); German, AL (Anton)

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26

Thermodynamics of swelling of latex particles with two monomers

Maxwell, IA (Ian); Kurja, J (Jenci); Doremaele, GHJ (Gerard) van; German, AL (Anton)

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27

Prediction of polymer composition in batch emulsion copolymerization

Verdurmen-Noël, EFJ; Zon, JMAM (Jan) van; Maxwell, IA (Ian); German, AL (Anton)

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28

Partial swelling of latex particles with monomers

Maxwell, IA (Ian); Kurja, J (Jenci); Doremaele, GHJ (Gerard) van; German, AL (Anton); Morrison, BR (Bradley)

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29

Particle sizing of flocculated latex particles by physisorption of nitrogen

Janssen, EAWG (Esther); Zirkzee, HF (Hennie); German, AL (Anton); Maxwell, IA (Ian)

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30

Thermodynamics of swelling of latex particles with two monomers: a sensitivity analysis

Maxwell, IA (Ian); Verdurmen-Noël, EFJ; Schoonbrood, HAS (Harold); German, AL (Anton)

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31

Model prediction of batch emulsion copolymerization as a function of conversion: a sensitivity analysis

Verdurmen-Noël, EFJ; Maxwell, IA (Ian); Well, WJM (Willy) van; German, AL (Anton)

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32

Seeded emulsion polymerization of butadiene. 2. Effects of persulfate and tert-dodecyl mercaptan

Verdurmen, EMFJ (Edwin); Geurts, JM (John); Verstegen, JM (John); Maxwell, IA (Ian); German, AL (Anton)

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33

Seeded emulsion polymerization of butadiene. 1. The propagation rate coefficient

Verdurmen, EMFJ (Edwin); Dohmen, EHM (Erik); Verstegen, JM (John); Maxwell, IA (Ian); German, AL (Anton); Gilbert, RG (Robert)

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34

International outbreak of Salmonella Oranienburg due to German chocolate

Prager, Rita; Roggentin, Peter; Ellis, Andrea; Hauri, Anja M; Fisher, Ian ST; Bartelt, Edda; Feil, Fabian; Behnke, Susanne C

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35

Characterization of water-soluble oligomers formed during the emulsion polymerization of styrene by means of isotachophoresis

Morrison, BR (Bradley); Maxwell, IA (Ian); Napper, DH (Donald); Gilbert, RG (Robert); Ammerdorffer, JL (Joop)

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36

Doellgast, Virginia; Greer, Ian

Drawing on case studies from the telecommunications and auto industries, the authors argue that the vertical disintegration of major German employers is contributing to the disorganization of Germany's dual system of in-plant and sectoral negotiations. Subcontractors, subsidiaries and temporary agen...

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37

Generating German intonation with a trainable prosodic model

Bailly, Gérard; Gorisch, Ian

A trainable prosodic model called SFC (Superposition of Functional Contours), proposed by Holm and Bailly, is here confronted to German intonation. Training material is the publicly available Siemens Synthesis Corpus that provides spoken utterances for high-quality speech synthesis. We describe the ...

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38

Bulk quantum effects for de Sitter branes in AdS5

W Santiago-German; W Naylor; Prof. Ian Gordon Moss

We investigate some issues regarding quantum corrections for de Sitter branes in a bulk AdS5 spacetime. The one-loop effective action for a Majorana spinor field is evaluated and compared with the scalar field result. We also evaluate the cocycle function for various boundary conditions finding tha...

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39

Vailulu’u Seamount, Samoa: Life and death on an active submarine volcano

German, Christopher R.; Haucke, Lisa; Lee, Ray; Connelly, Douglas P.; Hudson, Ian; Koppers, Anthony A. P.; Pile, Adele

Submersible exploration of the Samoan hotspot revealed a new, 300-m-tall, volcanic cone, named Nafanua, in the summit crater of Vailulu’u seamount. Nafanua grew from the 1,000-m-deep crater floor in <4 years and could reach the sea surface within decades. Vents fill Vailulu’u crater with a thick ...

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67

Some outstanding problems concerning heterogeneous polymerizations in aqueous media : thermodynamics, kinetics and modeling

Kurja, J (Jenci)

Doctoral degree 18-06-1997; Department of Chemical Engineering; Supervisors: P.J. Lemstra and A.L. German; co-promotor I.A. Maxwell

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78

Particle nucleation and growth in butadiene emulsion polymerization

Verdurmen, EMFJ (Edwin)

Doctoral degree 10-05-1993; Department of Chemical Engineering; Supervisors: A.L. German and J.M. Asua; co-promotor I.A. Maxwell

DRIVER (German)

85

Monomer partitioning and composition drift in emulsion copolymerization

Verdurmen-Noël, EFJ (Lilian)

Doctoral degree 29-11-1994; Department of Chemical Engineering; Supervisors: A.L. German and J.M. Asua; co-promotor I.A. Maxwell

DRIVER (German)

91

International outbreak of Salmonella Oranienburg due to German chocolate.

Werber, Dirk; Dreesman, Johannes; Feil, Fabian; van Treeck, Ulrich; Fell, Gerhard; Ethelberg, Steen; Hauri, Anja M.

Background: This report describes a large international chocolate-associated Salmonella outbreak originating from Germany. Methods: We conducted epidemiologic investigations including a case-control study, and food safety investigations. Salmonella (S.) Oranienburg isolates were su...

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108

Cross-Germanic Promotion to Subject in Ditransitive Passives – a Feature-Driven Account

Platzack, Christer

Languages differ with respect to which element they select as the subject in passive of ditransitive verbs: either the active indirect object (the goal argument) or the active direct object (the theme argument). In standard American English, e.g., only the goal argument may be promoted, as shown by ...

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