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Spontaneous Nucleation of Stable Perfluorocarbon Emulsions for Ultrasound Contrast Agents.
Phase-change contrast agents are rapidly developing as an alternative to microbubbles for ultrasound imaging and therapy. These agents are synthesized and delivered as liquid droplets and vaporizedExpand
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RESEARCH NOTE: THE VILLAGE-LEVEL COMMUNITY LIBATION CEREMONY IN EARLY MING LAW
Abstract I argued in a recent article in T'oung Pao that the Ming founder's governance of village society developed in seven phases. This research note offers some details on the regulationsExpand
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MING TAIZU EX MACHINA
Abstract My comments relate to Richard von Glahn's chapter “Towns and Temples: Urban Growth and Decline in the Yangzi Delta, 1100–1400” in a recent publication edited by von Glahn and Paul JakovExpand
Beyond Flattery: Legitimating Political Participation in a Ming Living Shrine
Ming (1368–1644) subjects of all classes, theoretically without a voice in the selection of bureaucratic personnel and setting of government policy in their hometowns, exploited the dynamic tensionsExpand
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The Book of the Five Relationships: Thoughts on Mid-Fifteenth-Century Court Confucianism
Author(s): Schneewind, SK | Editor(s): Clunas, C; Harrison-Hall, J; Luk, YP | Abstract: The article tests the hypothesis that the Ming Wulun shu was stimulated by the Choson Samgang haengsil to, andExpand
Sifting texts: What can a digital tool tell us about late imperial literacy?
Author(s): SCHNEEWIND, Sarah | Abstract: Presentation planned for cancelled AAS Conference 2020 suggests some possible future research that others might care to do using the Late Imperial PrimerExpand
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