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Ionic Mass Transfer and Concentration Polarization at Rotating Electrodes
I .. Rates of ionic mass transfer at nickel electrodes rotating about their axes In the center of stationary electrodes were studied using the ferri-ferrocyanide oouple In alkaline solutions. AExpand
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Axiomatic theory of sets and classes
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Evaluation of a Stochastic Inactivation Model for Heat-Activated Spores of Bacillus spp.
ABSTRACT Heat activates the dormant spores of certain Bacillus spp., which is reflected in the “activation shoulder” in their survival curves. At the same time, heat also inactivates the alreadyExpand
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Fiftieth Anniversary: Diffusion and Convection in Electrolysis—A Theoretical Review
An electrode reaction proceeding at a finite rate involves nmvement of reacting materials between the electrode and the solution surrounding it. In absence of fluid turbulence, ions are transferredExpand
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Correlation of Limiting Currents under Free Convection Conditions
Limiting currents were measured for deposition of copper on plane vertical cathodes from unstirred solutions. Electrolyte composition ranged from 0.01 to 0.7 molal CuSO4, 1.38 to 1.57 molal H2SO4,Expand
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Embedding a transformation group in an automorphism group
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A Proof of the Hairy Ball Theorem
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APL thinking: examples
TLDR
In an effort to understand “APL thinking”, we examine a few selected examples of using APL to solve specific problems, namely: compute the median of a numerical vector; simulate the Replicate function; string search; carry forward work-to-be-done in excess of capacity; rotate concentric rectangular rings in a matrix; find column indices of pivots in echelon matrix. Expand
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