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Póros

(pô`rôs), anc. Greek Calauria, island (1991 pop. 3,570), c.8 sq mi (20 sq km), SE Greece, in the Aegean Sea near the Argolis peninsula of the Peloponnesus. It is famous for its fine marble. There are remains of a temple of Poseidon where Demosthenes took poison and died in 322 B.C. Representatives of Britain, France, and Russia met on Póros in 1828 to discuss the future of the new Greek state.
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Uno de ellos se produce entre alveolos, los cuales a traves de espacios entre las paredes alveolares cuya medida va entre 3 a 13 [micro]m de diametro, conforman los llamados Poros de Kohn.
ANKARA, Aug 20 (KUNA) -- Three people were killed near the Greek island of Poros on Tuesday after a private helicopter crashed through power cables and into the sea.
According to preliminary information, two Russians and one Greek were on board a helicopter that crashed near Poros Island, APA reports citing Sputnik.
It was our third trip to this destination, the island of Poros, a small island-pair in the southern part of the Saronic Gulf, about 58km (31 nautical miles) south from the Athens port of Piraeus and separated from the Peloponnese by a 200m wide sea channel.
La sintesis de arcillas pilareadas ha representado una via para la obtencion de solidos micro y mesoporosos, con buena actividad catalitica y con una distribucion de poros bastante amplia.
The purpose of the present study is the elaboration of the relevant works of cadastral and urban planning for the revision of the city plan and its extension, according to the guidelines of the General Urban Plan of the settlements of Poros, Galatas and Methans of the province of Troizina (Government Gazette 720 D / 1991 ).
Para medicao do diametro e da frequencia de poros foram utilizadas amostras da regiao do cerne periferico de cada arvore, provenientes da parte superior do disco relativo ao DAP.
Se hicieron mediciones en diez granos de cada especie seleccionados aleatoriamente para calcular los rangos de diametro polar (DP) y diametro ecuatorial (DE), el grosor de exina, las dimensiones de colpos, poros, ornamentos de la exina y apocolpio.
La doctora espanola Maria Dolores Esquivel Merino, en su tesis doctoral Sintesis, caracterizacion y aplicaciones de materiales periodicos mesoporosos organosilicicos, senala que la porosidad de un material se podria definir como la medida de sus espacios vacios, es decir de sus poros.
Para execucao das analises tomograficas que visam ao maior detalhamento da distribuicao do diametro de poros do solo em tres dimensoes (3D), foram coletadas, nas mesmas trincheiras citadas anteriormente apos a avaliacao das raizes, amostras de solo com estrutura preservada em cilindros de acrilico (0,006 m diametro x 0,14 m altura), entre plantas e na linha de plantio logo abaixo da camada de gesso, nas profundidades de 0,20-0,34; 0,80-0,94 e 1,50-1,64 m em tres repeticoes.
Entre los materiales porosos empleados en estos procesos se encuentra la silice SBA que presenta poros ordenados, un tamano de poro grande, paredes de poro gruesa y alta estabilidad hidrotermica [2, 7].