Molisch

Mo·lisch

(mō'lish),
Hans, Austrian chemist, 1856-1937. See: Molisch test.
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Molisch, "Scaling behavior for device-to-device communications with distributed caching," IEEE Transactions on Information Theory, vol.
Molisch, "Ultra-wideband propagation channels-theory, measurement, and modeling", IEEE Trans.
Molisch (1896) reported that chilling injury can alter the metabolism of phenylpropanoids and, therefore, the activity of PAL, which may result in the accumulation of phytotoxic compounds.
On the alleged Czech defiance, see Edvard Benes, Der Aufstand der Nationen, Berlin: Bruno Cassier Verlag, 1928, 49-114; Paul Molisch, Vom Kampf der Tschechen um ihren Staat, Wien-Leipzig: Wilhelm Braumiiller, 1929, 49-81; Josef Kalvoda, The Genesis of Czechoslowakia, New York: Columbia UP, 1986), 60-158; Jan Kren, Die Konfliktgemeinschaft.
Washing with water again, the eluates and washing with positive Molisch reaction were collected, concentrated, and vacuum dried.
La matriz de transferencia polarimetrica (2x2) -debido a la asuncion de campo lejano, dos polarizaciones ortogonales son suficientes para la caracterizacion dentro de un area local- (Heddergott, Steinbauer, Molisch, Asplund, & Zwick, 2006) incluye las perdidas y despolarizacion de todos los procesos fisicos presentes (atenuacion, reflexion, difraccion y dispersion) de cada componente multicamino y se representa por la ecuacion:
Se realizo un analisis cuantitativo para saponinas por metodo de espuma Molisch, fenoles, esteroles por Lieberman-Burchard, Rosenheim, Salkowiski, y alcaloides por Drangendorff, la de Wagner y Mayer (Dominguez, 1973).
Molisch combines intuitive explanations with mathematical descriptions and examples in this well-organized, comprehensive guide.
Molisch, Kannan Balakrishnan, Dajana Cassioli, Chia-Chin Chong, Shahriar Emami, Andrew Fort, Johan Karedal, Juergen Kunisch, Hans Schantz, Ulrich Schuster and Kai Siwiak.
Reaccion de: Metabolito secundario Extracto Gelatina Taninos ++ Tricloruro ferrico Compuestos fenolicos ++ Dragendorff Alcaloides ++++ Molisch Azucares ++++ NaOH 10% Quinonas ++ Vainillin sulfurico Glicosidos ++++ Liebermann Esteroides y triterpenos ++++ Shinoda Flavonoides +++ Ninhidrina Aminoacidos libres ++ (++++) muy abundante cantidad, (+++) abundante cantidad, (++) regular cantidad o positivo, (+) poca cantidad o trazas.
For engineers, researchers, and students with knowledge of basic communication theory, Molisch provides a survey of wireless communications, their principles, and applications.