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1.4.4 Ancient associations: Eriophyoid mites on gymnosperms
Publisher Summary This chapter discusses the evolution of mite–plant relationships, with particular focus on the association of eriophyoid mites with gymnosperms. Virtually all eriophyoids onExpand
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Neutral strange particle exclusive production in charged current high-energy antineutrino interactions
AbstractThe cross section of the quasi-elastic reactions $$\bar v_\mu p \to \mu ^ + \Lambda (\Sigma ^0 )$$ in the energy range 5–100 GeV is determined from Fermilab 15′ bubble chamber antineutrinoExpand
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Total antineutrino-nucleon charged current cross section in the energy range 10–50 GeV
Abstract The total v μ N charged current cross section in the energy interval 10–50 GeV is unfolded from 15' bubble chamber antineutrino data. The method is to isolate the quasielastic events andExpand
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Effect of alloying on the kinetics and mechanism of oxidation of powdered aluminum-based alloys with rare- and alkaline-earth metals
The oxidation features of powdered metals associated with the presence of a barrier layer of reaction products on the particle surface is considered. It is shown that phase formation processes, theExpand
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Energetic characteristics of the adsorption of oxygen on surfaces of polycrystalline and amorphous aluminum-cerium alloy
Based on modeling the optical-conductivity spectrum estimated from the data of optical experiments, the electronic structure of nonoxidized and oxidized surfaces of liquid, amorphous, andExpand
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Peculiarities of Surface Interaction of Al+REM Alloys with Air and Water
The effect of the phase and chemical composition of aluminium+rare earth metal (1-2.5%R, ~22%R) polycrystalline alloys (Al+REM) on the rate of their surface film growth in air (at temperatures 400,Expand
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High-Temperature Compatibility of Al–Rare Earth Alloys with Titanium Carbide
The wetting of titanium carbide by molten Al–rare earth alloys was studied. The physicochemical properties of the alloys were correlated with the contact angle and the carbon and oxygen affinities ofExpand
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Oxidation of Zirconium and Zirconium Hydride Powders during Programmed Heating in Air
The data on oxidation of zirconium and zirconium hydride powders during heating in air to 1373K at a rate of 10K/min were obtained using thermogravimetry (TG), differential scanning calorimetry (DSC)Expand
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