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Ost·wald

(ost'wahld),
Friedrich Wilhelm, German physical chemist and Nobel laureate, 1853-1932. See: Ostwald solubility coefficient.
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According to (4) and (5) when the droplet size is larger, VS is much larger than [V.sub.M], and Ostwald ripening and Brownian motions are significantly weakened.
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Unlike Ostwald, he didn't intend to implement a system that would completely change the world.
Such estimates and advisory rates are used by insurers and regulatory agencies to determine rates for their own companies and states, Ostwald said.
Ostwald spent the last 11 years at Hugo Boss, where his most recent title was senior head of Creative Management and Concept Design for BOSS Sportswear.
Ostwald draws upon Constantin Stanislavski's magical if, which encourages actors to enter the character's reality by completing the phrase "I'm going to behave as if ..." This section includes a discussion of the role of improvisation and the importance of concentration while in character.
Como o modelo de Ostwald de Waale e mais simples, com menos variaveis a serem ajustadas, o seu modelo foi usado para proceder ao estudo do efeito da temperatura sobre os parametros do modelo e sobre a viscosidade aparente.
The strength of Ostwald's energeticist position in chemistry is also its major weakness.
"In essence that puts even more pressure on the periphery [eurozone countries] to come up with measures, not only to shore up their budgets, but to support their banking sectors, which they can ill afford to do," said Marc Ostwald, a strategist at Monument Securities.
While Ostwald (Psychiatry, University of California, San Francisco) does recount the main events of the composer's life and important musical accomplishments, the book's main emphasis in on Schumann's medical history and mental health.
A battery of contributors identified only by name explore his early years in Prague 1867-76; the Czech renaissance 1877-86; the late years 1886-95; and Wald, Ostwald, and Karl Wittgenstein.