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Ostwald

Wilhelm . 1853--1932, German chemist, noted for his pioneering work in catalysis. He also invented a process for making nitric acid from ammonia and developed a new theory of colour: Nobel prize for chemistry 1909
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Ostwald supported the idea of a universal language, already suggested by different philosophers (such as Nietzsche) and other projectors, with Esperanto or Volapuk.
Ostwald notes that 3D printing can offer some help in the prototyping area, but added, "The truth is that engineers today don't just want to have a 3D model that just looks like what they designed.
Effective immediately, the agreement makes the staff of ISO solely responsible for decisions on advisory policy-contract language that ISO develops for insurers' use in commercial general liability (CGL) policy forms filed or to be filed in Texas, Ostwald noted.
In his new role, Ostwald will work closely with Michael Kors and Mark Brashear, president of Menswear, in developing the creative brand strategy and product vision for the men's division.
Duhem, Mach, and Ostwald argued for energetics, and Ludwig Boltzmann for atomism.
Ostwald (1965:117) believes that [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] is transitive and takes an object, [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII], which is also the object of [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII].
Ostwald, Acting for Singers: Creating Believable Singing Characters.
Na literatura, ha diversas equacoes que descrevem o comportamento nao-newtoniano de fluidos, entre elas as mais utilizadas sao: modelo de Ostwald de Waale, modelo de Bingham e modelo de Herschell-Buckley, apresentados na Tabela 1.
After the stellar bill auction in Italy and the very good Spanish auctions yesterday, there will be some disappointment in the market," Marc Ostwald, a strategist at Monument Securities, said.
It is a complete and utter disaster," said Marc Ostwald, strategist at Monument Securities in London.
Ostwald wanted to develop a general chemistry (an "allgemeine Chemie") which would undergird all the subspecialties of chemistry.