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Leg·ni·ca

 (lĕg-nēt′sə)
A city of southwest Poland west of Wrocl̷aw. In a battle nearby (1241), an invading Mongol army defeated a coalition of European forces.
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Legnica

(Polish lɛɡˈnitsa)
n
(Placename) an industrial town in SW Poland. Pop: 105 025 (2007 est). German name: Liegnitz
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Leg•ni•ca

(lɛgˈnit sə)

n.
a city in SW Poland. 104,000.
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A good example can be found in an essay written by Gerhard Kluge on the history of the pilgrimage site of Wahlstatt near Liegnitz (Lignica) in Lower Silesia.
Por esta razon, surge la necesidad de desarrollar metodos de degradacion y transformacion de esta biomasa lignica que permitan su aprovechamiento.
Las reacciones de degradacion tales como hidrolisis, termolisis y oxidacion han sido las mas utilizadas, ya que modifican las caracteristicas estructurales a fin de ampliar el campo de aplicacion de la masa lignica [1, 2].