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• Alumina-supported palladium and palladium/copper catalysts: Characterization and use for selective hydrogenation of 1,3-butadiene ﻿

(1996)
Butadiene is a normal deleterious contaminant that must be removed from C$\sb4$-olefin streams before being used in several industrial applications. While this impurity is substantially eliminated by selective catalytic ...
• Aluminum and gallium chloride stabilized arene-mercury complexes ﻿

(2001)
Reaction of HgCl2 with two equivalents of MCl3 in an aromatic solvent yields Hg(arene)2(MCl4) 2 where arene = C6H5Me, C6H5Et, o-C6H4Me2, C6H3 -1,2,3-Me3, M = Al, Ga. Reaction of HgCl2 with MCl3 in benzene, m-xylene, and ...
• Ambiguous and fragmentary notation in Mozart's Piano Concerto in C minor, K.491: A survey of possible solutions for interpretation and completion ﻿

(2001)
Numerous problems for the performer of Mozart's Piano Concerto in C minor have been encountered through the examination of the manuscript autograph, editions, and recordings. Although the autograph and various editions ...
• Ambivalence as a moderator of the effects of disability acknowledgement and task performance on the evaluation and treatment of the disabled ﻿

(1996)
Subjects performed a team task with a confederate who either was disabled and acknowledged her disability, was disabled and did not acknowledge her disability, or was not disabled. In addition, the confederate performed ...
• America out of place: The Gothic relation between the South and the nation ﻿

(2001)
A study of twentieth-century U.S. literature must take into consideration the way in which the South has been posited as a distinct, gothic region within or, at times, outside of the nation as a whole. Unlike other regions ...
• American extreme: An ethnography of astronautical visions and ecologies ﻿

(2010)
This dissertation is a coordinated ethnographic case study of environmental science, medicine, technology, and design in an American human spaceflight program. Its goal is to investigate how astronautics contributes to ...
• American Wall: The investigation, evolution, and implementation of an alternative building system ﻿

(1998)
In recent years there have been a number of "alternative" building systems introduced to the conventional building market. These "alternative" building systems have been introduced to address such issues as the rising cost ...

(1975)
• Amphibious landscapes ﻿

(1999)
The ground in Houston is a shifting landscape of heavy clay soils, flat topography, and intense rainfall. When this environment is overlaid with fixed, man-made infrastructures, the two systems interact to exacerbate natural ...

(1968)
• Amplified encounters at high speed ﻿

(2011)
This thesis expands upon the dialogue between speed and architecture, investigating how architecture reinterprets the linear city, originally defined by the continuous fabric of the freeway and more recently reconfigured ...
• An "anarchist rabbi": The life and teachings of Rudolf Rocker ﻿

(1989)
Rudolf Rocker was born in 1873 in Mainz, Germany, and died in 1958 in New York. During his life, Rocker witnessed a rapidly changing world, and he extensively documented these changes. In a microcosm, Rocker's life reflects ...

(1977)
• An abstract analysis of differential semblance optimization ﻿

(1994)
Differential Semblance Optimization (DSO) is a novel way of approaching a class of inverse problems arising in exploration seismology. The promising feature of the DSO method is that it replaces a nonsmooth, highly nonconvex ...
• An acoustic analysis and cross-linguistics study of the phonemic inventory of Nez Perce ﻿

(2013-09-16)
This dissertation is an acoustic description of the phonemic inventory of Nez Perce [nez], a Penutian language of the United States. Acoustic work has been conducted on the consonants of Nez Perce, but no acoustic work ...

(1978)
• An adaptive sensor network architecture for multi-scale communication ﻿

(2006)
Sensor networking has emerged as a promising tool for monitoring and actuating the devices of the physical world, employing self-organizing networks of battery-powered wireless sensors that can sense, process, and communicate. ...
• An addressable confocal microscope for functional imaging of neuronal activity ﻿

(2005)
The study of computation occurring in single neurons and small networks of interconnected neurons is often limited by (1) the number of sites that can be simultaneously probed with electrophysiology tools such as patch ...

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