Soret

So·ret

(sō-rā'),
C., early 20th-century French radiologist. See: Soret band, Soret phenomenon.
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1) Soret S, Mejia A, Batech M, Jaceldo-Siegl K, Harwatt H, Sabate J.
Stanislaw Hrabia thanked the members who now ended their terms: Marie-Gabrielle Soret, Jim Cassaro, and Geoff Thomason.
Conversations of Goethe with Eckermann and Soret, trans.
The takeaway message is that relatively small reductions in the consumption of animal products result in non-trivial environmental benefits and health benefits," said Sam Soret, PhD, MPH, associate dean at Loma Linda University School of Public Health and co-author of the study.
The UV-Vis absorption spectrum of TDBOP shows characteristic spectral patterns similar to those of tetraphenyl porphyrin, with a Soret band at 424 nm and four Q bands at 519, 557, 592, and 650 nm.
Also speaking will be nonfiction writer Carol Soret Cope, who wrote In the Fast Lane: A True Story of Murder in Miami, the story of the 1986 murder of Miami contractor Stanley Cohen, and Murder on the High Seas: The True Story of the Joe Cool's Tragic Final Voyage, which explores the investigation into the 2007 disappearance of the boat Joe Cool during its voyage from Miami to the Bahamas.
At the same time, ST Aerospace announced the appointment of Ron Soret as the General Manager of Completions to lead a core team of industry experts for this new brand.
The analogy with all planets, as Soret has rightly observed, tells us that the heavier parts should accumulate on the lower stratum, and the lighter ones on the surface, and between these are the gases and the more tenuous materials from whose modifications sunlight is produced.
Many studies concerning the relevance of double diffusive convection in porous enclosures were performed, but Soret effect was seldom taken into account in such medium in the HRL configuration.
Best-selling author and lawyer Carol Soret Cope's newest book captures the unique flavor of practice in south Florida.