V. H. Carreto-Vazquez

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The use of chip-scale calorimeters for research and development has increased during the last two decades. The high sensitivity of these devices allows their use for characterization of very small amounts of sample. However, the potential for using them for screening of highly energetic materials (i.e., explosives) has not been fully explored. In this(More)
  • A. Pineda-Solano, Olga Reyes-Valdes, +4 authors Artie McFerrin
  • 2012
Alkylpyridines and their N-oxides are extensively used in the pharmaceutical industry. Typically the production of these compounds is carried out isothermally, in an open semi-batch reactor, near the mixture normal bubble-point, approximately 373 K, following a protocol described in more detail elsewhere [1]. Phosphotungstic acid, a highly selective complex(More)
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