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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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The main influencing factors of the Ostwald ripening are the second phase volume fraction, elastic stress, alloy elements, and so on [22], whereas the influence of the undercooling is not significant.
During the first decade of the 20th Century, Miguel de Unamuno recommends to a Chilean friend--Luis Ross Mugica--reading texts written by the psychologist/philosopher/medical doctor Hugo Munsterberg and the chemist/philosopher and Nobel Laureate Wilhelm Ostwald. The above allows for the intertextual connection of the thought of three international figures possessing reputable credentials.
The second chapter is devoted to Wilhelm Ostwald, who was obsessed with world currency, world language, world formats, world organizations, and other projects starting with "world." His fanatic attitude toward these kinds of ideas cost him his career--he went from being the only tenured professor of physical chemistry in the German empire to just a passionate projector.
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.
According to the company, Ostwald's appointment fills a key role in the global brand's growing menswear business.
Duhem, Mach, and Ostwald argued for energetics, and Ludwig Boltzmann for atomism.
"Ostwald ripening is usually a very slow process and has never been seen in such huge crystals in a very short period," continued Professor Nomura.
Ostwald cites the controversy that is as old as opera itself: Is the form primarily a musical or dramatic genre?
Comparando os modelos Ostwald de Waale e de Herschell-Buckley pelo criterio de DIC, apresentado na equacao (6), constatou-se que nao ha diferenca significativa entre ambos os modelos nas diferentes temperaturas.
"Great relief, it's all done," said Marc Ostwald, a strategist at Monument Securities.
Take the case of Wilhelm Ostwald, a Nobel Prize winner in chemistry (1909).