Diels


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Diels

(dēls),
Otto, German chemist and Nobel laureate, 1876-1954. See: Diels hydrocarbon.
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Dr Diels advises anyone to refrain from using the mobiles for a long period of time, taking a break and moving around.
Vanclooster M, Mallants D, Diels J, Feyen J (1993) Determining local-scale solute transport parameters using time domain reflectometry.
Avantium is marketing furandicarboxylic acid (FDCA) as a terephthalic acid replacement, and BP owns a patent to directly convert FDCA to terephthalic acid using Diels Alder chemistry with ethylene, although the yields are low.
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We are convinced that solid state hydrogen storage will be one of the winning solutions to address the growing need for green and large-scale energy storage," says Bart Diels, Partner at Gimv.
Delecluse C, Roelants M, Diels R, Koninckx E, Verschueren S.
4) Most scholars are more or less in agreement with this dating (Teichmuller (1876), Fredrich (1899), Diels (1901), Jones (1931), Miller (1959), Joly-Byl (1984), Jouanna (1999), Hankinson (1991), van der Eijk (2005)).
Merckx R, Diels J, Vanlauwe B, Sanginga N, Denef K, Keatinge D (2001) Soil organic matter and soil fertility.
11:15 EXO-AND ENANTIOSELECTIVE DIELS ALDER REACTIONS: PYRAZOLIDINONE AUXILIARIES ARE ABLE TO OVERRIDE SECONDARY ORBITAL INTERACTIONS
oerstediana Bentham 4 Juglans neotropica Diels 1 Lafoensia punicifolia DC.