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The Wheel of Time, Boxed Set I, Books 1-3

release date: Oct 01, 1993
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The Wheel of Time, Boxed Set I, Books 1-3
The #1 Internationally Bestselling Series The Wheel of Time The Wheel of Time turns and Ages come and pass. What was, what will be, and what is, may yet fall under the Shadow. Let the dragon ride again on the winds of time. This boxed set contains: Book One:The Eye of the World Book Two:The Great Hunt Book Three:The Dragon Reborn

A Versatile Emission Spectrometer

release date: Jan 01, 1987
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Investigating Perceptions of the Impact of Efficacy at Levels of Individual, Collective and Proxy Agency in the UK Pathway Sector

release date: Jan 01, 2019
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Nazis and Reds

release date: Jul 29, 2020
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Nazis and Reds
Nazis & Reds is the first book in The Protocols Quartet. It is a series that chronicles the history of totalitarianism from Karl Marx to the Allied liberation of Paris on August 25, 1944. Nazis & Reds focuses on the pre-war years. Like all the books in the series, Nazis & Reds is composed of excerpts taken from memoirs, diaries, news and feature articles, histories, speeches, letters, situation reports, film and radio transcripts, and other documents gathered in the United States and Europe selected not only for their power in illustrating the past, but for their relevance in terms of the times in which we live. The author was a finalist for New York City Teacher of the Year, a member of Beta Phi Mu, the International Librarians' Honor Society, and served at Fleet Operational Control Center Pacific during the latter stages of the Vietnam War.Nazis & Reds is the first book in The Protocols Quartet, a series culminating in the liberation of Paris on August 25, 1944. Nazis & Reds focuses on the pre-war years. Like all the books in the series, Nazis & Reds is illustrated with maps and photos and is composed of excerpts taken from memoirs, diaries, news and feature articles, histories, speeches, letters, situation reports, film and radio transcripts, and other documents gathered in the United States and Europe selected not only for their power in illustrating the past, but for their relevance in terms of the times in which we live. The author was a finalist for New York City Teacher of the Year, a member of Beta Phi Mu, the International Librarians' Honor Society, and served at Fleet Operational Control Center Pacific during the latter stages of the Vietnam War.

Blood and Soil

release date: Apr 03, 2021
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Blood and Soil
Blood & Soil is the second book of The Protocols series. it begins a day after the first book in the series, Nazis & Reds: A Chronology of the Prewar Years, ends. It is now September 1, 1939. The Nazis invade Poland, and the Second World War begins. Like all the books in the series, Blood & Soil is composed of excerpts taken from newspapers, memoirs, diaries, radio broadcasts, situation reports, speeches, and other historical materials selected not only for their ability to illustrate the past, but for their relevance in terms of the times in which we live.

Memorial of the Rev. John Eagleson, D.D., Pastor of the Upper Buffalo Presbyterian Church, Washington County, Pa

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CVD Synthesis of Graphene

release date: Jan 01, 2011
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CVD Synthesis of Graphene
The research into the subject of graphene has soared over the past few years. Due to the exceptional nature of some of its properties, it has become ever popular in the field of nanotechnology. The use of graphene for various electronics applications have been displayed using graphene that can be exfoliated or grown via several techniques. However, the scalability of these methods do not allow for bulk synthesis, known in the case of other graphitic nanomaterials like fullerenes and carbon nanotubes. For realistic applications, graphene has to be made in large quantities at a reasonable cost for use in, for example, solar cells, FETs, chemical sensors and engineering composites. Here successful attempts have been made to synthesise few layer graphene via bulk methodologies commonly used in the manufacture of carbon nanotubes, using relatively inexpensive precursor materials. Spray pyrolysis, a simple and scalable technique for the manufacture of few layer graphene using ethanol and various sodium precursors was demonstrated, which showed polymer composite, electronic device and transparent thin film application. Few layer graphene was grown using a bimetallic catalyst of sodium and cobalt. Addition of the sodium caused a visual decrease in the amount of carbon deposited from ethanol chemical vapour deposition. The product when observed using the scanning and transmission electron microscope was shown to be made up of turbostatic few layer graphene platelets. Growth of single and few layer graphene was demonstrated using copper nanoribbons and cobalt nanosheets as catalyst templates. These when incorporated onto inert support material, produced single and few layer graphene in a process that is deemed scalable and compatible with present industrial CVD reactors used for making carbon nanotubes.
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