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verdet

(ˈvɜːdɛt)
n
a bluish green substance which is a type of verdigris that is insoluble in water but is soluble in vinegar and other acids
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Louis Verdet created the company Le Rhone in 1912, and within two years, he would be Gnome's main competitor.
(24.) Eckert C, Gautier V, Saladin-Allard M, Hidri N, Verdet C, Ould-Hocine Z, et al.
En concreto, Fernando Sahuquillo Verdet y Maria Teresa Mercado Saez estudian el rol que ha jugado la ciudadania en el bloqueo y otras medidas tomadas contra las prospecciones petroliferas en el Golfo de Valencia desde 2014.
These materials exhibit small nonlinear refractive index and thermo-optic coefficients, while maintaining Verdet constants near those of the commonly used terbium gallium garnet (TGG) crystals.
The phenomena was first studied by James Joule in 1841 [21], and the equation for the temperature in a thin wire through which a constant current is flowing was found by Verdet in 1872 [22].
Finally, it should be noted that the texts by Isabel Verdet and Lora Markova, which open and close the volume, respectively, received ex aequo the best paper award at the 2015 Ocio-Gune Forum; this recognition is possible thanks to the sponsorship of Banco Santander.
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Another key innovation is glass fiber material itself, a heavily terbium-doped silicate fiber that exhibits a strong magneto-optic: Its Verdet constant is greater than 300 times higher than conventional silica glass.
L'interet est lie surtout a l'histoire d'Ath Yenni ou l'ouverture d'une des premiere ecoles, Verdet que frequenta l'auteur de [beaucoup moins que] La colline oubliee [beaucoup plus grand que] a produit de nombreux instituteurs dont certains comme Boukhalfa Bitam, disparu l'an dernier, qui ont ecrit des romans ou mene des recherches.