Diels


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Diels

(dilz)

n.
Otto, 1876–1954, German chemist.
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EIMS spectrum showed characteristic fragments at m/z 206 and 234 formed due to the retro Diels Alder cleavage of ring C.
The players have situated Crawford's piece within a broader traversal of the American string quartet, connecting her work to later giants like Elliott Carter and contemporary composers including Erin Gee and Natacha Diels.
In this paper, a possible formulation of thermo-reversible epoxy system (2Ph2Epo65) based on Diels Alder adducts has been discussed and experimentally investigated.
Diels, the dried twig of Cinnamomum cassia Presl (Zhang et al.
Bart Diels, Head of the Gimv Health & Care platform, adds: With this new investment in a promising biopharmaceutical company Gimv confirms its interest in and its strong commitment to the life sciences sector.
Diels (family Apiaceae) is a perennial herb that has been widely used in Traditional Chinese Medicine.
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Las traducciones de Nietzsche y Diels son de distinta procedencia en cuanto a impulso y propositos.
Dr Cyriel Diels, a cognitive psychologist and human factors researcher at Coventry University's Centre for Mobility and Transport said: "It's a fundamental problem that's kind of been swept under the carpet in the tech industry.
Alternatively, these conjugated diene units can be used for functionalization of the polymer with silica interactive/reactive groups using Diels Alder reactions.
Trata-se dos tres fragmentos que figuram na coletanea de Diels e Kranz sob os numeros 12, 49a e 91, e que correspondem, na edicao de Marcovich aos numeros 40, 40c2 e 40c3.
In marketing studies, it is common to observe the relationship between perceived value (Hirschman & Holbrook, 1982; Havlena & Holbrook, 1986; Hoffman & Novak, 1996), attractiveness (Liao, 2006; Boschetti, 2012) and purchase intention (Simonson, Carmon, & OCurry, 1994; D'Astous & Jacob, 2002; Diels, Wiebach, & Hildebrandt, 2013).