Liesegang

Lie·se·gang

(lē'sĕ-gahng),
Ralph E., German chemist, 1869-1947. See: Liesegang rings.
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Dyer himself acted as a teacher and mentor to emerging authors in his field, such as Immaculee Ilibagiza, Anita Moorjani, Scarlett Lewis, and Dana Liesegang.
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The software used for the judging phase in digital ganzfeld was slightly adjusted so that it could present the 20 selected correspondences (see above) and was run on an IBM ThinkPad r40 notebook computer connected to a Liesegang dv 325 projector with a brightness of 1000 ANSI.
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4) See Liesegang (1999), describing the impact of a stringent Minnesota disclosure law on the research activities of the Mayo Clinic.
The Mississippian age Black Hand member of the Cuyahoga Formation (Waverly Group) is a course, deltaic facies sandstone, with characteristic low amplitude cross beds, liesegang rings, and concretions.
The formation of colloidal cadmium sulfide on introduction of sodium sulfide to tetraethylorthosilicate (TEOS) gels impregnated with cadmium chloride precedes the aggregation of these colloid particles in the banded patterns characteristic of the so-called Liesegang phenomenon, or pattern precipitation.
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