Susan Winkelstern of Mulliken
, Michigan, has made Snowman Party (McCall's Quilting January/February 2019).
While James Savarese and John Mulliken
have contributed to the company's "remarkable growth and industry disruption," the management changeover allows Wayfair to either promote or bring in new individuals with global growth backgrounds and deepen its management bench, Keith tells investors in a research note.
A lot of atomic charge algorithms have been used in the comprehension of the red-shift phenomenon, e.g., the Mulliken
charges [130-131], the Bader partition  supported by the formalism of the Quantum Theory of Atoms in Molecules (QTAIM) , Charges from a Electrostatic Potentials using a Grid-Based (ChElPG) , or even the Natural Bond Orbitals (NBO) .
This phenomenon is first reported by Mulliken
and Boyce .
(4.) Christison-Lagay ER, Burrows PE, Alomari A, Dubois J, Kozakewich H P, Lane TS, Paltiel HJ, Klement G, Mulliken
JB, Fishman SJ.
"Nomenclature has been the major obstacle to our understanding and management of vascular anomalies." These words were written by John Mulliken
over 30 years after publishing his seminal paper on the biologic basis of vascular anomalies in 1982.
(1.) Fishman SJ, Burrows PE, Leichtner AM, Mulliken
Combining the FTIR data in Table 3 and Mulliken
bond population analysis in Table 4, we found that with the increasing of Ni2+ in NinMg3-nAl-LDHs, metal oxygen bond vibration peak moved to low wave number slightly.
Mayer defined [n.sub.Mayer] based on Mulliken
population analysis and linear combination of atomic orbitals , combiningboth to derive the formulafor [n.sub.Mayer] as
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