By M. B Schaffer
An software of Lanchester conception to the evaluate of small-unit flooring activities regular of insurgency in Vietnam.
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For line A: [i-C4H8] = 10 per cent by weight. 5. 3 x 10-3 mole/l.
Fuller’s earth, bentonite, attapulgite); and metal oxides containing small quantities of water. The reason for these catalysts giving only oligomers is mainly the dominance of transfer reactions at ambient and higher temperatures. All attempts to obtain high polymers with these catalysts by working at temperatures well below 0° failed, partly, at any rate, because the rate of reaction, and the rate of desorption of the polymer from the catalyst, become too small as the temperature is lowered.
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