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On viewing rhetoric as epistemic
The common justification of rhetoric as “making the truth effective” courts an attitude which has nearly always viewed rhetoric as the harlot of the arts. “Truth,” of course, can be taken in severalExpand
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Dialectical Tensions of Speaking and Silence.
This essay is both conventional and non‐conventional. The function of silence in communication has been addressed in academic journals, so the topic is conventional. This essay makes no attempt toExpand
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Static properties of solutions. Van der Waals and related models for hydrocarbon mixtures
The van der Waals equation of state, in spite of its oversimplifications, gives useful qualitative information about mixtures over a wide range of temperatures and pressures. When the BronstedExpand
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The Thermodynamics of High Polymer Solutions. V. Phase Equilibria in the Ternary System: Polymer 1—Polymer 2—Solvent
A thermodynamic analysis of phase equilibria similar to that developed in Part IV when applied to the ternary system of two polymers and a solvent leads to an explanation of the usual incompatibilityExpand
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Molecular theory of gases and liquids
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Justifying violence‐the rhetoric of militant black power
Black Power is an ambiguous but powerful symbol in the crisis of racial relations. Since the interpretations of reality it entails cannot be avoided and since violent suppression of violent BlackExpand
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Some comments on the Benesi‐Hildebrand equation
A modification is given of the Benesi-Hildebrand equation to determine the equilibrium constant for complex formation from spectrophotometric measurements. Difficulties arising from the use of eitherExpand
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The Anomalous Behavior of Fluorocarbon Solutions
Existing data on 64 fluorocarbon solutions (vapor pressures, solubilities, heats of mixing and volume changes) are summarized, and the free energies deduced are compared in a consistent way with theExpand
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Corresponding States Treatment of Nonelectrolyte Solutions
Recent theories of solutions (Prigogine and co‐workers; Salsburg and Kirkwood) use a theory of corresponding states to deduce the properties of solutions from theoretically derived properties of theExpand
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377 Survival to Transplant in Patients Undergoing Mechanical Circulatory Support as Bridge: Retrospective Analysis of LVAD, BiVAD and TAH Strategy
Survival to Transplant in Patients Undergoing Mechanical Circulatory Support as Bridge: Retrospective Analysis of LVAD, BiVAD and TAH Strategy O.E. Pajaro, A.V. Kalya, R.S. Gopalan, L.L. Staley, K.L.Expand
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