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Effect of aircraft-cabin altitude on passenger discomfort.
BACKGROUND Acute mountain sickness occurs in some unacclimatized persons who travel to terrestrial altitudes at which barometric pressures are the same as those in commercial aircraft during flight.Expand
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How much airline customers are willing to pay: An analysis of price sensitivity in online distribution channels
This study is one of the first to examine factors that influence the decision to fly and itinerary choice for customers using online distribution channels. Stated preference data from individualsExpand
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Sector Investment Programs in Africa: Issues and Experience
Sector Investment Programs (SIP) represent an important initiative to address several weaknesses of development aid practice. They are one means of implementing an approach to development assistanceExpand
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Psychosocial correlates of adolescent drug-taking behavior.
This research was designed to test the extent to which personality, environmental factors, and conventional behaviours predict drug-taking among a sample of Australian high school students.Expand
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Comparing Immersive Virtual Reality with Other Display Modes for Visualizing Complex 3 D Geometry
This experimental research was aimed at determining whether or not immersive virtual reality (IVR) technology gives a user a measurable advantage over more conventional display methods whenExpand
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The acetotoluides as models for studying cyclodextrin inclusion complexes
Abstract The difference between the complexing abilities of α- and β-cyclodextrin (CD) with o , m -and p -acetotoluide (ACT) has been demonstrated by solubility and filtration cell studies and byExpand
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A selective reversible monoamine oxidase B inhibitor in smoking cessation: effects on its own and in association with transdermal nicotine patch
RationaleMonoamine oxidase B (MAO-B) activity is reduced in smokers. A MAO-B inhibitor alone or co-administered with nicotine may mimic the effects of smoking and be a candidate drug for smokingExpand
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Sleep at simulated 2438 m: effects on oxygenation, sleep quality, and postsleep performance.
INTRODUCTION Crewmembers on ultra long-range commercial flights have the opportunity for rest and sleep in onboard areas in which the barometric pressure is 75.3 kPa (565 mmHg) or higher, equivalentExpand
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Chemistry of hop constituents. Part 43. Cyclic polysulphides and a thiophen from myrcene, and their occurrence in the essential oil of hops
Steam-distilled hop oils (from hops dressed on the bine with sulphur) have been shown to contain 3-(4-methylpent-3-enyl)thiophen (2) and 4-(4-methylpent-3-enyl)-1,2-dithiacyclohex-4-ene (4) togetherExpand
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