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Municipal solid waste (MSW) incineration ash is composed mainly of glasses and common minerals. We examine the dominant chemical reactions occurring between water and MSW ash using batch reactors.… (More)
The cation exchange capacities (CEC) estimated in this paper are too high and should not be used as estimates of the positive surface charge for the ash from this study. In the original experiments,… (More)
As a result of intensive efforts to vaccinate children, measles and its attendant complications of encephalitis and death have declined more than 99% from the prevaccine era. Similarly, subacute… (More)
Measles has had a severe impact on children in the United States since colonial times. In the early decades of the 20th century, thousands of fatal measles infections were reported each year. During… (More)
The ANS submitted a resolution asking for research into reasons for the increasing numbers of students leaving preregistration courses.
In response to 'Stress and tire nurse' (Features January 6), we are writing to express the lack of surprise felt by the RCN Association of Nursing Students (ANS) Executive at the results of this… (More)
With the review of the NHS bursary fast approaching next year, students need to be clear about what we want from any new funding system.
ISSUES RANGING from accommodation to clinical placements, from learning resources to academic appeals, are tackled in a new joint charter for nursing and midwifery students.