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1,1'-binaphthyl-based chiral materials [[electronic resource] ] : our journey / / Lin Pu
1,1'-binaphthyl-based chiral materials [[electronic resource] ] : our journey / / Lin Pu
Autore Pu Lin <1965->
Pubbl/distr/stampa London, : Imperial College Press, c2010
Descrizione fisica 1 online resource (346 p.)
Disciplina 547
Soggetto topico Chirality
Asymmetric synthesis
Molecular theory
Soggetto genere / forma Electronic books.
ISBN 1-282-75993-0
9786612759932
1-84816-412-2
Formato Materiale a stampa
Livello bibliografico Monografia
Lingua di pubblicazione eng
Nota di contenuto Preface; Contents; References; 1. Introduction About 1,1 -Binaphthyls; References; 2. Main Chain Chiral-Conjugated Polymers; 2.1. Introduction About Chiral-Conjugated Polymers; 2.2. Binaphthyl-Based Polyarylenevinylenes; 2.3. Binaphthyl-Based Polyarylenes; 2.4. Binaphthyl-Based Polyaryleneethynylenes; 2.5. Binaphthyl-Thiophene Copolymers; 2.5.1. Copolymerization of Binaphthyl and Oligothiophene Monomers; 2.5.2. Electroluminescence Study; 2.6. Copolymers of BINAM and Thiophene-Containing Conjugated Linkers; 2.7. Polybinaphthyls Without Conjugated Linkers
2.7.1. Using Nickel Complexes to Promote Polymerization212.7.2. Synthesis of the Binaphthyl-Based Polydendrimers by Using Ni Complexes to Promote Polymerization23; 2.7.3. Using the Suzuki Coupling Reaction for Polymerization21b; 2.7.4. Electroluminescence Study of the Polybinaphthyls26; 2.8. Propeller-Like Polybinaphthyls; 2.8.1. Synthesis of the Propeller-Like Polymers Derived from BINOL27,28; 2.8.2. Synthesis of the Propeller-Like Polymers Derived from BINAM31; 2.8.3. Study of the Non-linear Optical Properties of the Propeller-Like Polymers32; 2.9. Dipole-Oriented Propeller-Like Polymers
2.10. Binaphthyl-Based Polysalophens2.11. Helical Ladder Polybinaphthyls; References; 3. Polybinaphthyls in Asymmetric Catalysis; 3.1. Introduction about Chiral Polymers in Asymmetric Catalysis; 3.2. Synthesis of Major-Groove Poly(BINOL)s; 3.2.1. Synthesis of Polybinaphthyls with Various Protecting Groups5; 3.2.2. Hydrolysis of the Polybinaphthyls to Generate Poly(BINOL)s5; 3.2.3. Synthesis of Poly(BINOL)s Containing Alkyl-Substituted Phenylene Linkers6; 3.3. Application of the Major-Groove Poly(BINOL)s to Catalyze the Mukaiyama Aldol Reaction
3.4. Application of the Major-Groove Poly(BINOL)s to Catalyze the Hetero-Diels-Alder Reaction3.5. Using the Ti(IV) Complex of the Major-Groove Poly(BINOL) to Catalyze the Diethylzinc Addition to Aldehydes; 3.6. Synthesis of the Minor-Groove Poly(BINOL)s; 3.7. Application of the Major- and Minor-Groove Poly(BINOL)s to Catalyze the Asymmetric Organozinc Addition to Aldehydes; 3.7.1. Asymmetric Diethylzinc Addition to Aldehydes Catalyzed by the Poly(BINOL)s; 3.7.2. Study of the Reactions of the Minor-Groove Poly(BINOL) and a Few Monomeric BINOL Derivatives with Diethylzinc
3.7.3. Synthesis of the Monomeric Model Compound of the Minor-Groove Poly(BINOL) to Catalyze the Dialkylzinc Addition to Aldehydes10b,c3.7.4. Converting the Highly Enantioselective Mono(BINOL) Catalyst to a Highly Enantioselective Poly(BINOL) Catalyst for the Asymmetric Organozinc Additions10; 3.8. Asymmetric Reduction of Prochiral Ketones Catalyzed by the Chiral BINOL Monomer and Polymer Catalysts; 3.9. Asymmetric Epoxidation of α, β-UnsaturatedKetones Catalyzed by the Minor- and Major-GroovePoly(BINOL)s
3.9.1. Asymmetric Epoxidation of α,β-Unsaturated Ketonesin the Presence of a Stoichiometric Amount of theMajor-Groove Poly(BINOL)s, Diethylzincand Oxygen
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Pu Lin <1965->  
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1,1'-binaphthyl-based chiral materials [[electronic resource] ] : our journey / / Lin Pu
1,1'-binaphthyl-based chiral materials [[electronic resource] ] : our journey / / Lin Pu
Autore Pu Lin <1965->
Pubbl/distr/stampa London, : Imperial College Press, c2010
Descrizione fisica 1 online resource (346 p.)
Disciplina 547
Soggetto topico Chirality
Asymmetric synthesis
Molecular theory
Soggetto genere / forma Electronic books.
ISBN 1-282-75993-0
9786612759932
1-84816-412-2
Formato Materiale a stampa
Livello bibliografico Monografia
Lingua di pubblicazione eng
Nota di contenuto Preface; Contents; References; 1. Introduction About 1,1 -Binaphthyls; References; 2. Main Chain Chiral-Conjugated Polymers; 2.1. Introduction About Chiral-Conjugated Polymers; 2.2. Binaphthyl-Based Polyarylenevinylenes; 2.3. Binaphthyl-Based Polyarylenes; 2.4. Binaphthyl-Based Polyaryleneethynylenes; 2.5. Binaphthyl-Thiophene Copolymers; 2.5.1. Copolymerization of Binaphthyl and Oligothiophene Monomers; 2.5.2. Electroluminescence Study; 2.6. Copolymers of BINAM and Thiophene-Containing Conjugated Linkers; 2.7. Polybinaphthyls Without Conjugated Linkers
2.7.1. Using Nickel Complexes to Promote Polymerization212.7.2. Synthesis of the Binaphthyl-Based Polydendrimers by Using Ni Complexes to Promote Polymerization23; 2.7.3. Using the Suzuki Coupling Reaction for Polymerization21b; 2.7.4. Electroluminescence Study of the Polybinaphthyls26; 2.8. Propeller-Like Polybinaphthyls; 2.8.1. Synthesis of the Propeller-Like Polymers Derived from BINOL27,28; 2.8.2. Synthesis of the Propeller-Like Polymers Derived from BINAM31; 2.8.3. Study of the Non-linear Optical Properties of the Propeller-Like Polymers32; 2.9. Dipole-Oriented Propeller-Like Polymers
2.10. Binaphthyl-Based Polysalophens2.11. Helical Ladder Polybinaphthyls; References; 3. Polybinaphthyls in Asymmetric Catalysis; 3.1. Introduction about Chiral Polymers in Asymmetric Catalysis; 3.2. Synthesis of Major-Groove Poly(BINOL)s; 3.2.1. Synthesis of Polybinaphthyls with Various Protecting Groups5; 3.2.2. Hydrolysis of the Polybinaphthyls to Generate Poly(BINOL)s5; 3.2.3. Synthesis of Poly(BINOL)s Containing Alkyl-Substituted Phenylene Linkers6; 3.3. Application of the Major-Groove Poly(BINOL)s to Catalyze the Mukaiyama Aldol Reaction
3.4. Application of the Major-Groove Poly(BINOL)s to Catalyze the Hetero-Diels-Alder Reaction3.5. Using the Ti(IV) Complex of the Major-Groove Poly(BINOL) to Catalyze the Diethylzinc Addition to Aldehydes; 3.6. Synthesis of the Minor-Groove Poly(BINOL)s; 3.7. Application of the Major- and Minor-Groove Poly(BINOL)s to Catalyze the Asymmetric Organozinc Addition to Aldehydes; 3.7.1. Asymmetric Diethylzinc Addition to Aldehydes Catalyzed by the Poly(BINOL)s; 3.7.2. Study of the Reactions of the Minor-Groove Poly(BINOL) and a Few Monomeric BINOL Derivatives with Diethylzinc
3.7.3. Synthesis of the Monomeric Model Compound of the Minor-Groove Poly(BINOL) to Catalyze the Dialkylzinc Addition to Aldehydes10b,c3.7.4. Converting the Highly Enantioselective Mono(BINOL) Catalyst to a Highly Enantioselective Poly(BINOL) Catalyst for the Asymmetric Organozinc Additions10; 3.8. Asymmetric Reduction of Prochiral Ketones Catalyzed by the Chiral BINOL Monomer and Polymer Catalysts; 3.9. Asymmetric Epoxidation of α, β-UnsaturatedKetones Catalyzed by the Minor- and Major-GroovePoly(BINOL)s
3.9.1. Asymmetric Epoxidation of α,β-Unsaturated Ketonesin the Presence of a Stoichiometric Amount of theMajor-Groove Poly(BINOL)s, Diethylzincand Oxygen
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4D electron microscopy [[electronic resource] ] : imaging in space and time / / Ahmed H. Zewail, John M. Thomas
4D electron microscopy [[electronic resource] ] : imaging in space and time / / Ahmed H. Zewail, John M. Thomas
Autore Zewail Ahmed H
Pubbl/distr/stampa London, : Imperial College Press
Descrizione fisica 1 online resource (360 p.)
Disciplina 570.28/25
Altri autori (Persone) ThomasJ. M (John Meurig)
Soggetto topico Electron microscopy
Hyperspace
Space and time
Three-dimensional imaging
Soggetto genere / forma Electronic books.
ISBN 1-282-75991-4
9786612759918
1-84816-391-6
Formato Materiale a stampa
Livello bibliografico Monografia
Lingua di pubblicazione eng
Nota di contenuto Acknowledgements; Preface; Contents; 1. Historical Perspectives: From Camera Obscura to 4D Imaging; References; 2. Concepts of Coherence: Optics, Diffraction, and Imaging; 2.1 Coherence - A Simplified Prelude; 2.2 Optical Coherence and Decoherence; 2.3 Coherence in Diffraction; 2.3.1 Rayleigh criterion and resolution; 2.3.2 Diffraction from atoms and molecules; 2.4 Coherence and Diffraction in Crystallography; 2.5 Coherence in Imaging; 2.5.1 Basic concepts; 2.5.2 Coherence of the source, lateral and temporal; 2.5.3 Imaging in electron microscopy; 2.6 Instrumental Factors Limiting Coherence
References 3. From 2D to 3D Structural Imaging: Salient Concepts; 3.1 2D and 3D Imaging; 3.2 Electron Crystallography: Combining Diffraction and Imaging; 3.3 High-Resolution Scanning Transmission Electron Microscopy; 3.3.1 Use of STEM for electron tomography of inorganic materials; 3.4 Biological and Other Organic Materials; 3.4.1 Macromolecular architecture visualized by cryo-electron tomography; 3.5 Electron-Energy-Loss Spectroscopy and Imaging by Energy-Filtered TEM; 3.5.1 Combined EELS and ET in cellular biology; 3.6 Electron Holography; References
4. Applications of 2D and 3D Imaging and Related Techniques 4.1 Introduction; 4.2 Real-Space Crystallography via HRTEM and HRSTEM; 4.2.1 Encapsulated nanocrystalline structures; 4.2.2 Nanocrystalline catalyst particles of platinum; 4.2.3 Microporous catalysts and molecular sieves; 4.2.4 Other zeolite structures; 4.2.5 Structures of complex catalytic oxides solved by HRSTEM; 4.2.6 The value of electron diffraction in solving 3D structures; 4.3 Electron Tomography; 4.4 Electron Holography; 4.5 Electron Crystallography; 4.5.1 Other complex inorganic structures; 4.5.2 Complex biological structures
4.6 Electron-Energy-Loss Spectroscopy and Imaging 4.7 Atomic Resolution in an Environmental TEM; 4.7.1 Atomic-scale electron microscopy at ambient pressure by exploiting the technology of microelectromechanical systems; References; 5. 4D Electron Imaging in Space and Time: Principles; 5.1 Atomic-Scale Resolution in Time; 5.1.1 Matter particle-wave duality; 5.1.2 Analogy with light; 5.1.3 Classical atoms: Wave packets; 5.1.4 Paradigm case study: Two atoms; 5.2 From Stop-Motion Photography to Ultrafast Imaging; 5.2.1 High-speed shutters; 5.2.2 Stroboscopy; 5.2.3 Ultrafast techniques
5.2.4 Ultrafast lasers 5.3 Single-Electron Imaging; 5.3.1 Coherence of ultrafast packets; 5.3.2 The double-slit experiment revisited; 5.3.3 Ultrafast versus fast imaging; 5.3.4 The velocity mismatch and attosecond regime; 5.4 4D Microscopy: Brightness, Coherence and Degeneracy; 5.4.1 Coherence volume and degeneracy; 5.4.2 Brightness and degeneracy; 5.4.3 Coherence and Contrast; 5.4.4 Contrast, dose, and resolution; Further Reading; References; 6. 4D Ultrafast Electron Imaging: Developments and Applications; 6.1 Developments at Caltech - A Brief History; 6.2 Instruments and Techniques
6.3 Structure, Morphology, and Mechanics
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Zewail Ahmed H  
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4D electron microscopy [[electronic resource] ] : imaging in space and time / / Ahmed H. Zewail, John M. Thomas
4D electron microscopy [[electronic resource] ] : imaging in space and time / / Ahmed H. Zewail, John M. Thomas
Autore Zewail Ahmed H
Pubbl/distr/stampa London, : Imperial College Press
Descrizione fisica 1 online resource (360 p.)
Disciplina 570.28/25
Altri autori (Persone) ThomasJ. M (John Meurig)
Soggetto topico Electron microscopy
Hyperspace
Space and time
Three-dimensional imaging
Soggetto genere / forma Electronic books.
ISBN 1-282-75991-4
9786612759918
1-84816-391-6
Formato Materiale a stampa
Livello bibliografico Monografia
Lingua di pubblicazione eng
Nota di contenuto Acknowledgements; Preface; Contents; 1. Historical Perspectives: From Camera Obscura to 4D Imaging; References; 2. Concepts of Coherence: Optics, Diffraction, and Imaging; 2.1 Coherence - A Simplified Prelude; 2.2 Optical Coherence and Decoherence; 2.3 Coherence in Diffraction; 2.3.1 Rayleigh criterion and resolution; 2.3.2 Diffraction from atoms and molecules; 2.4 Coherence and Diffraction in Crystallography; 2.5 Coherence in Imaging; 2.5.1 Basic concepts; 2.5.2 Coherence of the source, lateral and temporal; 2.5.3 Imaging in electron microscopy; 2.6 Instrumental Factors Limiting Coherence
References 3. From 2D to 3D Structural Imaging: Salient Concepts; 3.1 2D and 3D Imaging; 3.2 Electron Crystallography: Combining Diffraction and Imaging; 3.3 High-Resolution Scanning Transmission Electron Microscopy; 3.3.1 Use of STEM for electron tomography of inorganic materials; 3.4 Biological and Other Organic Materials; 3.4.1 Macromolecular architecture visualized by cryo-electron tomography; 3.5 Electron-Energy-Loss Spectroscopy and Imaging by Energy-Filtered TEM; 3.5.1 Combined EELS and ET in cellular biology; 3.6 Electron Holography; References
4. Applications of 2D and 3D Imaging and Related Techniques 4.1 Introduction; 4.2 Real-Space Crystallography via HRTEM and HRSTEM; 4.2.1 Encapsulated nanocrystalline structures; 4.2.2 Nanocrystalline catalyst particles of platinum; 4.2.3 Microporous catalysts and molecular sieves; 4.2.4 Other zeolite structures; 4.2.5 Structures of complex catalytic oxides solved by HRSTEM; 4.2.6 The value of electron diffraction in solving 3D structures; 4.3 Electron Tomography; 4.4 Electron Holography; 4.5 Electron Crystallography; 4.5.1 Other complex inorganic structures; 4.5.2 Complex biological structures
4.6 Electron-Energy-Loss Spectroscopy and Imaging 4.7 Atomic Resolution in an Environmental TEM; 4.7.1 Atomic-scale electron microscopy at ambient pressure by exploiting the technology of microelectromechanical systems; References; 5. 4D Electron Imaging in Space and Time: Principles; 5.1 Atomic-Scale Resolution in Time; 5.1.1 Matter particle-wave duality; 5.1.2 Analogy with light; 5.1.3 Classical atoms: Wave packets; 5.1.4 Paradigm case study: Two atoms; 5.2 From Stop-Motion Photography to Ultrafast Imaging; 5.2.1 High-speed shutters; 5.2.2 Stroboscopy; 5.2.3 Ultrafast techniques
5.2.4 Ultrafast lasers 5.3 Single-Electron Imaging; 5.3.1 Coherence of ultrafast packets; 5.3.2 The double-slit experiment revisited; 5.3.3 Ultrafast versus fast imaging; 5.3.4 The velocity mismatch and attosecond regime; 5.4 4D Microscopy: Brightness, Coherence and Degeneracy; 5.4.1 Coherence volume and degeneracy; 5.4.2 Brightness and degeneracy; 5.4.3 Coherence and Contrast; 5.4.4 Contrast, dose, and resolution; Further Reading; References; 6. 4D Ultrafast Electron Imaging: Developments and Applications; 6.1 Developments at Caltech - A Brief History; 6.2 Instruments and Techniques
6.3 Structure, Morphology, and Mechanics
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Zewail Ahmed H  
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A complexity approach to sustainability : theory and application / Angela Espinosa, Jon Walker
A complexity approach to sustainability : theory and application / Angela Espinosa, Jon Walker
Autore Espinosa, Angela
Pubbl/distr/stampa London : Imperial College Press, 2011
Descrizione fisica XXVII, 361 p. : ill. ; 24 cm
Disciplina 338.927
Altri autori (Persone) Walker, Jon
Collana World Scientific series on complexity science
Soggetto non controllato Sviluppo sostenibile
Ambiente naturale - Gestione
ISBN 978-1-84816-527-4
Formato Materiale a stampa
Livello bibliografico Monografia
Lingua di pubblicazione eng
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Espinosa, Angela  
London : Imperial College Press, 2011
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A Quest for Perspectives : selected works of S. Chandrasekhar : with commentary / Editor: Kameshwar C. Wali
A Quest for Perspectives : selected works of S. Chandrasekhar : with commentary / Editor: Kameshwar C. Wali
Autore Chandrasekhar, S.
Pubbl/distr/stampa London : Imperial College Press, c2001
Descrizione fisica 2 v. (x, 1428 p.) : ill. ; 27 cm
Soggetto non controllato Astronomia
Astrofisica
Cosmologia
ISBN 1-86094-208-3
Formato Materiale a stampa
Livello bibliografico Monografia
Lingua di pubblicazione eng
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Chandrasekhar, S.  
London : Imperial College Press, c2001
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A.G. Stromberg [[electronic resource] ] : first class scientist, second class citizen : letters from the GULAG and a history of electroanalysis in the USSR / / Richard G. Compton ... [et al.]
A.G. Stromberg [[electronic resource] ] : first class scientist, second class citizen : letters from the GULAG and a history of electroanalysis in the USSR / / Richard G. Compton ... [et al.]
Autore Stromberg A. G (Armin G.)
Pubbl/distr/stampa London, : Imperial College Press
Descrizione fisica 1 online resource (376 p.)
Disciplina 540.92
Altri autori (Persone) ComptonR. G
Soggetto topico Chemists - Soviet Union
Soggetto genere / forma Electronic books.
ISBN 1-283-23453-X
9786613234537
1-84816-676-1
Formato Materiale a stampa
Livello bibliografico Monografia
Lingua di pubblicazione eng
Nota di contenuto Foreword; Contents; List of Tables and Figures; 1. The Deportation of the Ethnic Populations of Russia; 2. 'AWillow in Siberia': The Family History and Early Life of Armin G. Stromberg Pre-1937; Introduction; Ancestry and Nationality; Armin's Parents Heinrich and Magda; Letter of Doctor Berezantsev to the Widow Magda R. Stromberg; A Letter about Heinrich H. Stromberg's Death, Written by Vladimir Mamontov; AWorld Turned Upside Down; Revolution and a Second Shock for Magda; Educating Armin; Walking on the Edge of a Precipice; Scientific Isolation
3. Letters from the GULAG (March 1942-September 1943)Letter 1; Letter 2; Letter 3; Letter 4; Letter 5; Letter 5A; Letter 6; Letter 714; Letter 8; Letter 9; Letter 1018; Letter 12; Letter 13; Letter 14; Letter 15; Letter 16; Letter 16A; Letter 16B; Letter 17; Letter 18; Letter 19; Letter 20; Letter 21; Letter 21A38; Letter 22; Letter 23; Letter 24; Letter 25; Letter 26; Letter 27; Letter 28; Letter 29; Letter 30; Letter 31; Letter 32; Letter 33; Letter 34; Letter 35; Letter 3761; Letter 3862; Letter 39; Letter 4164; Letter 4267; Letter 4368; Letters 44-45; Letter 4671; Letter 47; Letter 48
Letter 49Letter 5079; Letter 5188; Letter 52; Letter 53; Letter 54; Letter 55; Letter 5694; Letter 58; Letter 59; Letter 60; Letter 61; Letter 62; Letter 63; Letter 64102; Letter 66; Letter 67; Letter 68; Letter 69; Letter 70; Letter 71105; Letter 72; Letter 73; Letter 74106; Conclusion; 4. Release, Work in Sverdlovsk and the Start of Polarography in the USSR; Introduction; The 1959 Nobel Prize for Chemistry Goes to Electroanalysis; The Origins of Polarography; Polarography Revolutionizes Analytical Chemistry
Polarography Changes: Pulse Voltammetry, Static Mercury Drops and Stripping VoltammetryPolarography Arrives in the USSR; Stromberg's Research in Sverdlovsk: Wartime and After; Chelyabinsk; Stromberg is Sacked - An Academic Life Begins; 5. The Tomsk School of Electroanalysis; Early Years In Tomsk: 1956-1962; The Special Research Laboratory: 1962-1985; Life as a Graduate Student in the Special Research Laboratory; Stromberg and Semchenko: Physical Chemistry; Stromberg's Reflections on Running His Laboratory and on His Relationships with the Scientific Community
The Special Research Laboratory: The ScienceAppendix; 6. Life in Tomsk After Retirement; Leaving the Department in 1985 to Retire; Perestroika and Stromberg's Return to Nizhni Tagil; Science in Retirement: Teaching an Old Dog New Tricks; Hobbies; Vita Brevis Est... Ut Volito Oportet!
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A.G. Stromberg [[electronic resource] ] : first class scientist, second class citizen : letters from the GULAG and a history of electroanalysis in the USSR / / Richard G. Compton ... [et al.]
A.G. Stromberg [[electronic resource] ] : first class scientist, second class citizen : letters from the GULAG and a history of electroanalysis in the USSR / / Richard G. Compton ... [et al.]
Pubbl/distr/stampa London, : Imperial College Press
Descrizione fisica 1 online resource (376 p.)
Disciplina 540.92
Altri autori (Persone) ComptonR. G
Soggetto topico Chemists - Soviet Union
Soggetto genere / forma Electronic books.
ISBN 1-283-23453-X
9786613234537
1-84816-676-1
Formato Materiale a stampa
Livello bibliografico Monografia
Lingua di pubblicazione eng
Nota di contenuto Foreword; Contents; List of Tables and Figures; 1. The Deportation of the Ethnic Populations of Russia; 2. 'AWillow in Siberia': The Family History and Early Life of Armin G. Stromberg Pre-1937; Introduction; Ancestry and Nationality; Armin's Parents Heinrich and Magda; Letter of Doctor Berezantsev to the Widow Magda R. Stromberg; A Letter about Heinrich H. Stromberg's Death, Written by Vladimir Mamontov; AWorld Turned Upside Down; Revolution and a Second Shock for Magda; Educating Armin; Walking on the Edge of a Precipice; Scientific Isolation
3. Letters from the GULAG (March 1942-September 1943)Letter 1; Letter 2; Letter 3; Letter 4; Letter 5; Letter 5A; Letter 6; Letter 714; Letter 8; Letter 9; Letter 1018; Letter 12; Letter 13; Letter 14; Letter 15; Letter 16; Letter 16A; Letter 16B; Letter 17; Letter 18; Letter 19; Letter 20; Letter 21; Letter 21A38; Letter 22; Letter 23; Letter 24; Letter 25; Letter 26; Letter 27; Letter 28; Letter 29; Letter 30; Letter 31; Letter 32; Letter 33; Letter 34; Letter 35; Letter 3761; Letter 3862; Letter 39; Letter 4164; Letter 4267; Letter 4368; Letters 44-45; Letter 4671; Letter 47; Letter 48
Letter 49Letter 5079; Letter 5188; Letter 52; Letter 53; Letter 54; Letter 55; Letter 5694; Letter 58; Letter 59; Letter 60; Letter 61; Letter 62; Letter 63; Letter 64102; Letter 66; Letter 67; Letter 68; Letter 69; Letter 70; Letter 71105; Letter 72; Letter 73; Letter 74106; Conclusion; 4. Release, Work in Sverdlovsk and the Start of Polarography in the USSR; Introduction; The 1959 Nobel Prize for Chemistry Goes to Electroanalysis; The Origins of Polarography; Polarography Revolutionizes Analytical Chemistry
Polarography Changes: Pulse Voltammetry, Static Mercury Drops and Stripping VoltammetryPolarography Arrives in the USSR; Stromberg's Research in Sverdlovsk: Wartime and After; Chelyabinsk; Stromberg is Sacked - An Academic Life Begins; 5. The Tomsk School of Electroanalysis; Early Years In Tomsk: 1956-1962; The Special Research Laboratory: 1962-1985; Life as a Graduate Student in the Special Research Laboratory; Stromberg and Semchenko: Physical Chemistry; Stromberg's Reflections on Running His Laboratory and on His Relationships with the Scientific Community
The Special Research Laboratory: The ScienceAppendix; 6. Life in Tomsk After Retirement; Leaving the Department in 1985 to Retire; Perestroika and Stromberg's Return to Nizhni Tagil; Science in Retirement: Teaching an Old Dog New Tricks; Hobbies; Vita Brevis Est... Ut Volito Oportet!
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Abrasive erosion & corrosion of hydraulic machinery [[electronic resource] /] / editors, C.G. Duan, V.Y. Karelin
Abrasive erosion & corrosion of hydraulic machinery [[electronic resource] /] / editors, C.G. Duan, V.Y. Karelin
Pubbl/distr/stampa London, : Imperial College Press, c2002
Descrizione fisica 1 online resource (424 p.)
Disciplina 621.2
Altri autori (Persone) DuanChangguo
KarelinV. I͡A (Vladimir I͡Akovlevich)
Collana Series on hydraulic machinery
Soggetto topico Hydraulic machinery - Corrosion
Soggetto genere / forma Electronic books.
ISBN 1-281-86575-3
9786611865757
1-84816-002-X
Formato Materiale a stampa
Livello bibliografico Monografia
Lingua di pubblicazione eng
Nota di contenuto CONTENTS; Foreword of the Editor; Contributing Authors; Chapter 1 Fundamentals of Hydroabrasive Erosion Theory; 1.1 Introduction; 1.2 Mechanism of Hydraulic Abrasive Effect of Particles; 1.2.1 Mechanism of Hydro-abrasion; 1.3 Abrasive Erosion of Hydraulic Turbine; 1.3.1 Illustrative Examples of Hydraulic Abrasion in Hydraulic Turbines; 1.3.2 Silt Erosion of Hydro-turbines; 1.4 Abrasive Erosion of Pump; 1.4.1 Examples of Hydraulic Abrasion Taking Place in Pumps; 1.4.2 Silt Erosion in Pumps; 1.5 Technical and Economic Effect Caused by the Erosion Arising in Hydraulic Turbines and Pumps
1.6 Approach to Anti Abrasive from Hydraulic Machinery1.6.1 Approach Avenues on Anti-silt Erosion of Hydraulic Machinery; 1.6.2 Anti-abrasion Hydraulic Design of Pumps; 1.6.3 Prediction of Silt-Erosion Damage in Pump Design by Test; References; Chapter 2 Calculation of Hydraulic Abrasion; 2.1 Calculation of Hydraulic Abrasion Proposed by V.Ya. Karelin and A. I. Denisov; 2.2 Prediction Model of Hydraulic Abrasion; 2.2.1 Prediction Erosion Model Proposed by Finnie and Bitter; 2.2.2 Mechanistic Model Developed by The Erosion/Corrosion Research Center
2.2.3 Prediction Erosion Model Proposed by McLaury et alReferences; Chapter 3 Analysis and Numerical Simulation of Liquid-Solid Two- Phase Flow; 3.1 Basic Equations of Liquid-Solid Two-Phase Flow through Hydraulic Machinery; 3.1.1 Introduction; 3.1.2 General Concepts of Multiphase Flow; 3.1.3 Basic Equations of Multiphase Flow; 3.2 Closed Turbulent Equations for Liquid-Solid Two- Phase Flow through Hydraulic Machinery; 3.2.1 Closed Turbulence Model Using the Modeled Second Correlation; 3.2.2 The Algebraic Turbulence Stresses Model of Two-Phase Flow
3.2.3 The k - ε - kp Turbulence Model of Two-Phase Flow3.2.4 Lagrangian-Eulerian Model for Liquid-Particle Two-Phase Flow; 3.3 Numerical Simulation of Liquid-Particle Two-Phase Flow through Hydraulic Machinery by Two-Fluid Model; 3.3.1 Numerical Method for Simulating Liquid-Particle Two- Phase Flow; 3.3.2 Calculated Examples of Two-Turbulent Flow by Using Two-Fluid Model; References; Chapter 4 Design of Hydraulic Machinery Working in Sand Laden Water; 4.1 Hydraulic Design of Turbines; 4.1.1 Introduction; 4.1.2 Impulse Turbines; 4.1.3 Reaction Turbines
4.2 Effects of Silt-Laden Flow on Cavitation Performances and Geometric Parameters of Hydraulic Turbines4.2.1 Effects of Silt-Laden Flow on Cavitation Performances of Hydrauliv Turbines; 4.2.2 Model Experiments on Cavitation of Turbines in Silt-Laden Flow; 4.2.3 Selection of Geometric Parameters of Turbines Operating in Silt-Laden Flow; 4.3 Hydraulic Design of Slurry Pump; 4.3.1 Internal Flow Characters through Slurry Pumps; 4.3.2 Effects of Impeller Geometry on Performances of Slurry Pumps and Its Determination; 4.3.3 Vane Pattern; 4.3.4 Hydraulic Design of Centrifugal Slurry Pumps
4.3.5 Hydraulic Design of Slurry Pump Casing
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Abrasive erosion & corrosion of hydraulic machinery [[electronic resource] /] / editors, C.G. Duan, V.Y. Karelin
Abrasive erosion & corrosion of hydraulic machinery [[electronic resource] /] / editors, C.G. Duan, V.Y. Karelin
Pubbl/distr/stampa London, : Imperial College Press, c2002
Descrizione fisica 1 online resource (424 p.)
Disciplina 621.2
Altri autori (Persone) DuanChangguo
KarelinV. I͡A (Vladimir I͡Akovlevich)
Collana Series on hydraulic machinery
Soggetto topico Hydraulic machinery - Corrosion
Soggetto genere / forma Electronic books.
ISBN 1-281-86575-3
9786611865757
1-84816-002-X
Formato Materiale a stampa
Livello bibliografico Monografia
Lingua di pubblicazione eng
Nota di contenuto CONTENTS; Foreword of the Editor; Contributing Authors; Chapter 1 Fundamentals of Hydroabrasive Erosion Theory; 1.1 Introduction; 1.2 Mechanism of Hydraulic Abrasive Effect of Particles; 1.2.1 Mechanism of Hydro-abrasion; 1.3 Abrasive Erosion of Hydraulic Turbine; 1.3.1 Illustrative Examples of Hydraulic Abrasion in Hydraulic Turbines; 1.3.2 Silt Erosion of Hydro-turbines; 1.4 Abrasive Erosion of Pump; 1.4.1 Examples of Hydraulic Abrasion Taking Place in Pumps; 1.4.2 Silt Erosion in Pumps; 1.5 Technical and Economic Effect Caused by the Erosion Arising in Hydraulic Turbines and Pumps
1.6 Approach to Anti Abrasive from Hydraulic Machinery1.6.1 Approach Avenues on Anti-silt Erosion of Hydraulic Machinery; 1.6.2 Anti-abrasion Hydraulic Design of Pumps; 1.6.3 Prediction of Silt-Erosion Damage in Pump Design by Test; References; Chapter 2 Calculation of Hydraulic Abrasion; 2.1 Calculation of Hydraulic Abrasion Proposed by V.Ya. Karelin and A. I. Denisov; 2.2 Prediction Model of Hydraulic Abrasion; 2.2.1 Prediction Erosion Model Proposed by Finnie and Bitter; 2.2.2 Mechanistic Model Developed by The Erosion/Corrosion Research Center
2.2.3 Prediction Erosion Model Proposed by McLaury et alReferences; Chapter 3 Analysis and Numerical Simulation of Liquid-Solid Two- Phase Flow; 3.1 Basic Equations of Liquid-Solid Two-Phase Flow through Hydraulic Machinery; 3.1.1 Introduction; 3.1.2 General Concepts of Multiphase Flow; 3.1.3 Basic Equations of Multiphase Flow; 3.2 Closed Turbulent Equations for Liquid-Solid Two- Phase Flow through Hydraulic Machinery; 3.2.1 Closed Turbulence Model Using the Modeled Second Correlation; 3.2.2 The Algebraic Turbulence Stresses Model of Two-Phase Flow
3.2.3 The k - ε - kp Turbulence Model of Two-Phase Flow3.2.4 Lagrangian-Eulerian Model for Liquid-Particle Two-Phase Flow; 3.3 Numerical Simulation of Liquid-Particle Two-Phase Flow through Hydraulic Machinery by Two-Fluid Model; 3.3.1 Numerical Method for Simulating Liquid-Particle Two- Phase Flow; 3.3.2 Calculated Examples of Two-Turbulent Flow by Using Two-Fluid Model; References; Chapter 4 Design of Hydraulic Machinery Working in Sand Laden Water; 4.1 Hydraulic Design of Turbines; 4.1.1 Introduction; 4.1.2 Impulse Turbines; 4.1.3 Reaction Turbines
4.2 Effects of Silt-Laden Flow on Cavitation Performances and Geometric Parameters of Hydraulic Turbines4.2.1 Effects of Silt-Laden Flow on Cavitation Performances of Hydrauliv Turbines; 4.2.2 Model Experiments on Cavitation of Turbines in Silt-Laden Flow; 4.2.3 Selection of Geometric Parameters of Turbines Operating in Silt-Laden Flow; 4.3 Hydraulic Design of Slurry Pump; 4.3.1 Internal Flow Characters through Slurry Pumps; 4.3.2 Effects of Impeller Geometry on Performances of Slurry Pumps and Its Determination; 4.3.3 Vane Pattern; 4.3.4 Hydraulic Design of Centrifugal Slurry Pumps
4.3.5 Hydraulic Design of Slurry Pump Casing
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