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Hermann Unckel
Published: 1 September 1929
Revue de Métallurgie, Volume 26, pp 503-516; https://doi.org/10.1051/metal/192926090503

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Metallurgical Research & Technology, an international journal for steel and other metals: from making to using
Michael Armstrong
Published: 1 December 1992
Journal: Philologus
Philologus, Volume 136, pp 313-315; https://doi.org/10.1524/phil.1992.136.2.313b

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Article HEBRO\EURO: TWO NOTES ON HOR. CARM. 1.25.20 was published on December 1, 1992 in the journal Philologus (volume 136, issue 2).
Th. Fritzsche
Published: 1 December 1875
Journal: Philologus
Philologus, Volume 34, pp 572-574; https://doi.org/10.1524/phil.1875.34.14.572

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Article 14. Hör. Garm. III. 7. 10 was published on December 1, 1875 in the journal Philologus (volume 34, issue 1-4).
Koffi Ahébé Marie Hélène, Yah N’Guéttia Marie, Koffi N’Dodo Bony Clovis, Amon Michel Wilfried, Atta Taky Hortense Diallo
Published: 31 January 2021
European Scientific Journal, Volume 17, pp 63-63; https://doi.org/10.19044/esj.2021.v17n3p63

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Tomato is a nutritious fruit vegetable that is very popular in Côte d’Ivoire. Despite its many benefits, its production is still low in our country. This low production is due to high parasite pressure, the influence of abiotic factors and rudimentary agricultural practices. In our work, the aim was to improve tomato production. To reach this aim, an experiment was carried out on the cultivation of tomatoes above ground. To this end, Four wood sawdust European Scientific Journal, ESJ ISSN: 1857-7881 (Print) e - ISSN 1857-7431 January 2021 edition Vol.17, No.3 www.eujournal.org 65 treatments were tested on tomato crop (variety F1 cobra 26) in the experimental field school field of University Jean Lorougnon Guede of Daloa. These are control sawdust, sawdust mixed with pesticides CALLOMIL super 66 WP, MANCOZAN 80 WP, VYTAL 3G, PYRICAL 5G, heated sawdust and heated sawdust added pesticide. Two weeks after transplanting 84 ml of NPK 15-9-20 per sachets were used for watering plants of each treatment. The performance of these treatments was assessed through disease incidence, mortality rate, and rate of fruit showing symptoms. Incidence of the disease is low (5.88%) in heated sawdust added pesticides sub-block compared to other treatments. The highest mortality is that of the control (56.52%) followed by heated sawdust (34.78%), then that treated with pesticides (13.05%) and finally the lowest (4.34%) with heated sawdust with added pesticides. Control showed the highest rate of infected fruit (72%), followed by heated sawdust with symptom rate of (47.61%). Sawdust treated with pesticides and heated substrate plus pesticides had low fruit rates with symptoms of 4.99 and 1.96% respectively. Heated sawdust added pesticides is the best of the four treatments for plants protection against pathogens. La Tomate est un légume-fruit riche en éléments nutritifs et très prisée en Côte d’Ivoire. Malgré ses nombreux bienfaits, sa production reste encore faible dans notre pays. Cette faible production est entre autre due à la forte pression parasitaire, à l'influence des facteurs abiotiques et aux pratiques agricoles rudimentaires. Dans nos travaux, l’objectif recherché était d’améliorer la production de la tomate. Pour atteindre cet objectif, une expérience portant sur la culture de la tomate en hors sol a été effectuée. A cet effet, quatre traitements de la sciure de bois ont été testés sur une culture de tomate (variété F1 cobra 26) dans le domaine expérimentale champ école de l’Université Jean Lorougnon Guédé de Daloa. Il s’agit de la sciure de bois simple constituant le témoin, de la sciure de bois mélangée avec les pesticides CALLOMIL super 66 WP, MANCOZAN 80 WP, VYTAL 3G, PYRICAL 5G, de la sciure de bois chauffée et de la sciure de bois chauffée plus ajout de European Scientific Journal, ESJ ISSN: 1857-7881 (Print) e - ISSN 1857-7431 January 2021 edition Vol.17, No.3 www.eujournal.org 64 pesticides. Deux semaines après repiquage 84 ml de NPK 15-9-20 par sachets ont été utilisés pour l’arrosage des plants de chaque traitement. Les performances de ces traitements ont été appréciées à travers l’incidence de la maladie, le taux de mortalité des plants et le taux de fruit présentant des symptômes. L’incidence de la maladie est faible (5,88 %) dans le sous bloc sciure de bois chauffé additionnée de pesticides comparativement aux autres traitements. La mortalité la plus élevée est celle du témoin (56,52 %) suivie de la sciure de bois chauffé (34,78 %), ensuite celle traité avec des pesticides (13,05%) et enfin le taux le plus bas (4,34 %) avec la sciure de bois chauffée additionnée de pesticides. Le témoin a présenté le taux de fruit infecté le plus élevé (72 %), suivie de la sciure chauffée avec un taux de symptômes de (47,61 %). La sciure traitée avec des pesticides et substrat chauffé plus pesticides ont eu de faible taux de fruit présentant des symptômes de 4,99 et 1,96 % respectivement. La sciure de bois chauffé plus ajout des pesticides est la meilleure des quatre traitements pour la protection des plants contre les agents pathogènes.
A. Jean Ayres
Published: 1 January 1979
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Pierre L. Horn, Jacques Alisier
Published: 1 January 1990
World Literature Today, Volume 64; https://doi.org/10.2307/40146422

Fr. Jacob
Published: 1 December 1851
Journal: Philologus
Philologus, Volume 6, pp 170-173; https://doi.org/10.1524/phil.1851.6.14.170

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Article 2. Ueber Hor. Sat. I, 4, 11 was published on December 1, 1851 in the journal Philologus (volume 6, issue 1-4).
A. Becher
Published: 1 December 1920
Journal: Philologus
Philologus, Volume 76, pp 234-235; https://doi.org/10.1524/phil.1920.76.14.234

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Article 9. Zu Hör. sat. I 1, 25 was published on December 1, 1920 in the journal Philologus (volume 76, issue 1-4).
H.J. Heller
Published: 1 December 1866
Journal: Philologus
Philologus, Volume 23, pp 396-396; https://doi.org/10.1524/phil.1866.23.14.396

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Article Hör. Sat. II, 2, 29 was published on December 1, 1866 in the journal Philologus (volume 23, issue 1-4).
J. Sanneg
Published: 1 December 1907
Journal: Philologus
Philologus, Volume 66, pp 600-601; https://doi.org/10.1524/phil.1907.66.14.600

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Article 18. Zu Hor. III, 30, 2 was published on December 1, 1907 in the journal Philologus (volume 66, issue 1-4).
P.C. Van Den Noort
Published: 1 May 1981
Journal: Food Policy
Food Policy, Volume 6, pp 122-124; https://doi.org/10.1016/0306-9192(81)90022-1

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Christophe Huynh
Published: 1 January 2022
Drogues, Santé Et Société, Volume 20; https://doi.org/10.7202/1095343ar

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Mot de présentation : numéro hors thème, volume 20, numéro 2. An article from journal Drogues, santé et société (Volume 20, Number 2, December 2022, pp. 1-102), on Érudit.
H. Charlier De Chily, R. Pazdej
Published: 1 June 1994
Revue de Métallurgie, Volume 91, pp 917-922; https://doi.org/10.1051/metal/199491060917

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Metallurgical Research & Technology, an international journal for steel and other metals: from making to using
Jean Boivin
Les Cahiers de La Société Québécoise de Recherche En Musique, Volume 21, pp 7-8; https://doi.org/10.7202/1095425ar

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Éditorial. « La relève : hors des sentiers battus ». An article from journal Les Cahiers de la Société québécoise de recherche en musique (La relève : hors des sentiers battus), on Érudit.
, Chris McLaughlin, Mirar N. Bristol, Alex Loeb, Meredith Bergey, Seema S. Sonnad
Published: 16 March 2011
Evaluation & the Health Professions, Volume 34, pp 239-249; https://doi.org/10.1177/0163278710394461

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This study examines the distribution of health outcomes research (HOR) studies in the clinical literature by clinical areas and journal impact factor. The authors reviewed 535 journals and divided the sample into higher and lower impact journals across four clinical area. Mann-Whitney and Kruskal-Wallis tests were used to examine differences across four categories of outcomes research articles published, specifically the incidence of articles in higher versus lower impact journals and differences across clinical areas. All high-impact journals published more safety and quality articles than process assessment, quality of life, or cost analysis studies. The number of each type of outcomes research study published was highly variable across all clinical areas. Only arthritis and outcomes research journals showed statistically significant differences between higher versus lower impact journals. Authors may benefit from considering these differences in their clinical specialty area when deciding where to submit HOR studies.
Daniel Jochen Weber,
Published: 1 September 2019
ECS Meeting Abstracts, pp 1666-1666; https://doi.org/10.1149/ma2019-02/36/1666

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Hydrogen oxidation/evolution reactions (HOR/HER) are the main key for the hydrogen economy in the future. The control of an efficient hydrogen generation from water and of its reverse reaction, particularly in fuel cells, is still insufficient. For instance, very low Pt loadings are required for the HOR in proton exchange membrane fuel cells,1 whereas the HOR kinetics change tremendously in alkaline media and become at least two order of magnitudes slower.2 To design catalyst materials with improved HOR/HER performance in alkaline conditions, a deeper understanding about the reaction mechanism and kinetics is needed. This includes to uncover the significant role of cations during the HOR in alkaline media.3 Firstly, we have studied the effect of monovalent cations on the HOR kinetics on polycrystalline and nanosized platinum in different alkaline solutions (MOH, M = K+, Na+, Li+). Depending on the cations, we observed a significant change of the HOR activity and activation energy for the Pt. More precisely, the HOR activity of Pt increases in the order of K+< Na+< Li+, respectively, while the activation energy simultaneously decreases in the same order. We suggest that the catalytic properties of the Pt are strongly influenced by non-covalent interactions of the hydrated cations with the adsorbed hydrogen by the hydrogen bond formation. In the second part, various Pt-Co alloys were investigated for the HOR/HER in alkaline media using rotating disc electrode set up. Our results show that the HOR/HER performance can be tuned by variation of atomic Pt & Co arrangements like core-shell, segregation and alloy nanoparticles. We developed a multi-dimensional matrix to clarify the relationship between structural parameters and catalytic HOR activities for the Pt-Co nanoparticles. The combination of both works allows to provide a deeper understanding about the mechanism and kinetics of the HOR/HER for Pt and Pt alloys in alkaline media. References 1. H. A. Gasteiger, S. S. Kocha, B. Sompalli and F. T. Wagner, Applied Catalysis B: Environmental, 56(1-2), 9–35 (2005). 2. J. Durst, A. Siebel, C. Simon, F. Hasché, J. Herranz and H. A. Gasteiger, Energy Environ. Sci., 7(7), 2255–2260 (2014). 3. D. J. Weber, M. Janssen and M. Oezaslan, Journal of the Electrochemical Society, 166(2), F66-F73 (2019).
Emma Brunner-Traut
Zeitschrift Fur Agyptische Sprache Und Altertumskunde, Volume 76, pp 3-9; https://doi.org/10.1524/zaes.1940.76.jg.3

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Article Die Weisheitslehre des Djedef-Hor was published on December 1, 1940 in the journal Zeitschrift für Ägyptische Sprache und Altertumskunde (volume 76, issue 1).
G. Hör, A. Hertel
Published: 1 May 2000
European Heart Journal, Volume 21, pp 783-783; https://doi.org/10.1053/euhj.1999.1708

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Alberto Cavarzere
Published: 1 December 2009
Journal: Philologus
Philologus, Volume 153, pp 360-361; https://doi.org/10.1524/phil.2009.0028

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Article Il rimbrotto dell′ amante geloso (Hor. epod. 12, 14–16 e Theocr. 14, 47–48) was published on December 1, 2009 in the journal Philologus (volume 153, issue 2).
Ershuai Liu, Sanjeev Mukerjee, Qingying Jia
Published: 1 September 2019
ECS Meeting Abstracts, pp 1663-1663; https://doi.org/10.1149/ma2019-02/36/1663

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As one of the key reactions of electrocatalysis, hydrogen oxidation reaction (HOR) has been extensively investigated to understand its sluggish kinetics in alkaline. Elucidation of the mechanism of HOR in alkaline can not only deepen our understandings of alkaline electrochemistry, but also help to rationalize the design of highly active catalysts for alkaline fuel cells. Recent research of bimetallic catalysts for the HOR shed some light on the HOR mechanism in alkaline1. It was shown that alloying Pt with oxophilic metals (Ni, Ru, Ir) or depositing those metals on Pt surface can largely accelerate the HOR kinetics of Pt2. However, the beneficial roles of the second metals are under extensive debate. Herein, we investigate the HOR kinetics of Pt-M bimetallic catalysts by using electrochemical characterization and in situx-ray absorption spectroscopy. We propose that the oxidation state of the second surface metal is the governing factor for the hydroxide transportation between the surface and the bulk solution in alkaline, thereby controlling the HOR kinetics of Pt-M bimetallic catalysts. Liu E, Li J, Jiao L, Doan HT, Liu Z, Zhao Z, Huang Y, Abraham KM, Mukerjee S, Jia Q. Unifying the Hydrogen Evolution and Oxidation Reactions Kinetics in Base by Identifying the Catalytic Roles of Hydroxyl-Water-Cation. Journal of the American Chemical Society. 2019 Feb 20. Strmcnik D, Uchimura M, Wang C, Subbaraman R, Danilovic N, Van Der Vliet D, Paulikas AP, Stamenkovic VR, Markovic NM. Improving the hydrogen oxidation reaction rate by promotion of hydroxyl adsorption. Nature chemistry. 2013 Apr;5(4):300.
Baudouin VAN DE Avalle
Zeitschrift Fur Agyptische Sprache Und Altertumskunde, Volume 97, pp 130-140; https://doi.org/10.1524/zaes.1971.97.jg.130

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Article La statue-bloc du «Dirccteur des Travaux» Hör (MMA, Ny, 23. 8) was published on December 1, 1971 in the journal Zeitschrift für Ägyptische Sprache und Altertumskunde (volume 97, issue 1).
Hieu Minh Ta, Thuong Manh Le, Hiroshi Ishii, , Tsuyoshi Hattori, Koji Hashida, Yasuhiko Yamamoto, Kazutoshi Mori, Ryosuke Takahashi, Yasuko Kitao, et al.
Published: 18 July 2016
Journal of Neurochemistry, Volume 139, pp 1124-1137; https://doi.org/10.1111/jnc.13714

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博士論文本文 以下に掲載:Journal of Neurochemistry 2016. Wiley. 共著者:Hieu Minh Ta, Thuong Manh Le, Hiroshi Ishii, Mika Takarada-Iemata, Tsuyoshi Hattori, Koji Hashida, Yasuhiko Yamamoto, Kazutoshi Mori, Ryosuke Takahashi, Yasuko Kitao, Osamu Hor
Richard Rechtman
Published: 1 January 1996
Journal Des Anthropologues, Volume 64, pp 65-86; https://doi.org/10.3406/jda.1996.1969

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Rechtman Richard. Anthropologie et psychanalyse : un débat hors sujet ?. In: Journal des anthropologues, n°64-65, Printemps-été 1996. Anthropologie & psychanalyse, sous la direction de Claude Arditi, Bertrand Pulman, Catherine Quiminal et Monique Sélim.. pp. 65-86
Qiang Sun, Sanjeev Mukerjee, Qingying Jia
Published: 30 May 2021
ECS Meeting Abstracts, pp 1862-1862; https://doi.org/10.1149/ma2021-01461862mtgabs

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Hydrogen evolution reaction (HER) and hydrogen oxidation reaction (HOR) are fundamentally and practically important in electrochemistry. However, the sluggish kinetics of HER/HOR in alkaline solution remains ambiguous and has been under extensive debate1. Most recently, Snyder’s and Tang’s groups2 reported that caffeine can significantly enhance both the HER and HOR kinetics of all Pt surfaces in alkaline solutions. However, the underlying mechanism for the caffeine-induced HER/HOR improvement of Pt in alkaline remains unexplained. In this work, we tend to resolve this puzzle by modulating the HER/HOR kinetics of Pt in alkaline by adding a variety of organic compounds in alkaline solutions, and probing how these organic compounds react with the Pt surface and tune the interfacial environment via advanced electrochemical characterizations and in situ spectroscopic techniques. We found that the organic compounds are non-specifically adsorbed on the Pt surface during the HER/HOR, and thus their induced HER/HOR improvement of Pt in alkaline cannot be accounted for by the hydrogen binding energy theory and bifunctional mechanism. We alternatively argue that the organic compounds improve the HER/HOR kinetics of Pt in alkaline by reorienting the interfacial water to facilitate the Volmer step, which refines our previous argument that interfacial water improves the HER/HOR kinetics of Pt via shuffling the reaction intermediates such as Had and OHad throughout the interface3. Acknowledgement This work was supported by the Office of Naval Research (ONR) under award number N00014-18-1-2155. This research used beamline 8-ID (ISS) of the National Synchrotron Light Source II, a U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Office of Science User Facility operated for the DOE Office of Science by Brookhaven National Laboratory under Contract No. DE-SC0012704. Liu, E.; Li, J.; Jiao, L.; Doan, H. T. T.; Liu, Z.; Zhao, Z.; Huang, Y.; Abraham, K. M.; Mukerjee, S.; Jia, Q., Journal of the American Chemical Society 2019,141 (7), 3232. Intikhab, S.; Rebollar, L.; Li, Y.; Pai, R.; Kalra, V.; Tang, M. H.; Snyder, J. D., ACS Catalysis 2020,10 (12), 6798. Liu, E.; Jiao, L.; Li, J.; Stracensky, T.; Sun, Q.; Mukerjee, S.; Jia, Q., Energy & Environmental Science 2020,13 (9), 3064.
Pascale Rousseau-Fischer
Published: 1 January 1997
Études Irlandaises, Volume 22, pp 173-185; https://doi.org/10.3406/irlan.1997.1350

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Rousseau-Fischer Pascale. Portrait de l'Irlandaise : un hymne à la femme dans le Journal Irlandais de Heinrich Böll. In: Études irlandaises, Hors-Série 1997. L'Irlande : imaginaire et représentation. Actes du colloque de la SOFEIR Lille 1996. pp. 173-185
Tommaso Sabbatini
Les Cahiers de La Société Québécoise de Recherche En Musique, Volume 21, pp 73-75; https://doi.org/10.7202/1095432ar

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Kimberly White, Female Singers on the French Stage, 1830–1848, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, collection « Cambridge Studies in Opera », 2018, 239 p. ISBN 978-1-107-10123-4. An article from journal Les Cahiers de la Société québécoise de recherche en musique (La relève : hors des sentiers battus), on Érudit.
Herbert Stewart
University of Toronto Quarterly, Volume 21, pp 109-119; https://doi.org/10.3138/utq.21.2.109

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Journalism has been called “a literary appetizer,” the hors d'oeuvres of a full literary meal. Its merit is to open rather than to complete inquiry, to be provocative of thought beyond all it has given. The essay, on the other hand, is-as the advertisement says about even a miniature flat-“self-contained.” It is a small-scale treatise, presenting a complete picture, though in miniature.In both these types of composition Mr. Churchill has contributed notably. Step by Step and Great Contemporaries may be taken to illustrate his talent in journalism and the essay at its best.
Jean-François Nieus
Published: 1 January 2012
Journal Des Savants, Volume 1, pp 69-119; https://doi.org/10.3406/jds.2012.6294

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Nieus Jean-François. Les quatre travaux de maître Quentin (…1250-1276…) : cartulaires de Picquigny et d’Audenarde, Veil rentier d’Audenarde et Terrier l’évêque de Cambrai. Des écrits d’exception pour un clerc seigneurial hors normes ?. In: Journal des savants, 2012, n°1. pp. 69-119
J. A. Fab. Akhidime
Published: 1 January 1979
International Library Review, Volume 11, pp 179-190; https://doi.org/10.1016/0020-7837(79)90048-7

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Kashim Ibrahim Library is the Central Linrary of Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria. It is one of the oldest University Libraries in Nigeria. This paper is intended to give the reader the picture of what led to planning the building, hor the briefs were prepared, the final outcome of the preparation, and problems experienced. The present holdings of the library are 160 000 volumes of books and 5138 journal titles.
Guy Thuillier
Published: 1 January 2004
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Tenir journal nous paraît une nécessité du métier d’historien : mais apparemment c’est une pratique totalement délaissée, on ne peut citer de journal important d’historien (hors Michelet). Or retracer chaque jour ses efforts, montrer ce qu’on pressent, ce qu’on ne peut dire, ses intuitions, ses doutes, souligner ce qui est le plus important, tel devrait être le rôle d’un journal de recherche, analogue à celui que tiennent les ethnographes. On ne saisit pas bien pourquoi on refuse le secours d...
Artur De Matos Alves
Les Cahiers de La Société Québécoise de Recherche En Musique, Volume 21, pp 76-78; https://doi.org/10.7202/1095433ar

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Marie-Hélène Benoit-Otis et Cécile Quesney, Mozart 1941 : La Semaine Mozart du Reich allemand et ses invités français, Rennes, Presses universitaires de Rennes, 2019, 254 p. ISBN 978-2-7535-7598. An article from journal Les Cahiers de la Société québécoise de recherche en musique (La relève : hors des sentiers battus), on Érudit.
Lysandre Champagne
Les Cahiers de La Société Québécoise de Recherche En Musique, Volume 21, pp 69-72; https://doi.org/10.7202/1095431ar

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Ariane Couture, La création musicale à Montréal de 1966 à 2006 vue par ses institutions, Québec, Presses de l’Université Laval, 2019, 257 p. ISBN 9 782 763 746 562. An article from journal Les Cahiers de la Société québécoise de recherche en musique (La relève : hors des sentiers battus), on Érudit.
Tan Lin
Published: 1 September 2009
Journal: Boundary 2
Boundary 2, Volume 36, pp 235-240; https://doi.org/10.1215/01903659-2009-033

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Published: 20 December 2021
Chemistry – An Asian Journal, Volume 17; https://doi.org/10.1002/asia.202101284

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Charles George
Published: 23 August 2021
Ecclesiastical Law Journal, Volume 23, pp 342-348; https://doi.org/10.1017/s0956618x21000399

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Personally, I am feeling both buoyed up, and also a bit deflated, as a result of Norman's lecture (and the accompanying Ecclesiastical Law Journal article, to which the lecture is just an hors d'oeuvre). Buoyed up that, according to Oughton's treatise of 1728, in the seat of justice the dean should be addressed as Domine Judex or more frequently Domine Decane. Either will do excellently for the future! Deflated because, while Dean Phillimore's letters patent as Dean of the Arches recognised his ‘sound doctrine, good morals, purity of conscience’, my own were, probably rightly, considerably less effusive.
Li Jiao, Ershuai Liu, Sanjeev Mukerjee, Qingying Jia
Published: 1 May 2019
ECS Meeting Abstracts, pp 1402-1402; https://doi.org/10.1149/ma2019-01/29/1402

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The ideal way to compare electrocatalysts’ inherent activity, is to compare the turnover frequency per active site (TOF), while eliminating the contribution from the electrochemical surface area (ECSA) of electrocatalysts.(1) However, It is difficult to directly evaluate the TOF, especially for complex nano-scale electrocatalysts in complex electrochemical environments. A more common way to evaluate TOF is via normalization of the current density by the ECSA under relevant electrochemical environments. Accurate estimation of ECSA is thus essential for estimating the activity and understanding the electrocatalyst kinetics. Taking the fundamental hydrogen reduction and oxidation reactions (HER/HOR) as an example, the exchange current normalized by the ECSA is used to estimate the intrinsic kinetics of electrocatalysts. The ECSA of Pt surfaces is conventionally characterized by conducting underpotential deposition/adsorption of hydrogen (HUPD).(2) However, the HUPD integrated area of the carbon supported Pt (Pt/C) nanoparticles and Pt polycrystalline (Pt(pc)) obtained in alkaline is smaller than in acid.(3) In spite of the apparent discrepancy, both the HUPD area in acid and alkaline were used as the ECSA of Pt surfaces when evaluating the inherent HER/HOR activity.(4-6) It is therefore fundamentally important to understand the cause of the lower HUPD area in alkaline than in acid, so as to justify the ECSA evaluation method. Herein, we show with experimental evidence (Figure 1) that the difference of the HUPD area between in acid and alkaline may be explained by the non-specific adsorption of the alkali metal cations (AM+) selectively onto the stepped Pt surfaces.(7) The cation effect is absent for the Pt (111) surface free of defects, and thus its HUPD area remains constant in the wide pH range of 1~13. Since the adsorbed AM+ participate in the HER/HOR, it is reasonable to adopt the HUPD area in alkaline representing the ECSA for the alkaline HER/HOR. We further show that this argument also applies for bimetallic Pt-alloys. Acknowledgement: This work was supported by the Office of Naval Research (ONR) under award number N000141712608. The authors declare no competing financial interests. References D. Voiry, M. Chhowalla, Y. Gogotsi, N. A. Kotov, Y. Li, R. M. Penner, R. E. Schaak and P. S. Weiss, ACS Nano, 12, 9635 (2018). M. J. J. Ian T. McCrum, J. Phys. Chem. C, 121, 6237 (2017). P. J. Rheinlander, J. Herranz, J. Durst and H. A. Gasteiger, Journal of the Electrochemical Society, 161, F1448 (2014). J. Durst, A. Siebel, C. Simon, F. Hasché, J. Herranz and H. A. Gasteiger, Energy Environ. Sci., 7, 2255 (2014). J. Ohyama, T. Sato, Y. Yamamoto, S. Arai and A. Satsuma, Journal of the American Chemical Society, 135, 8016 (2013). W. Sheng, H. A. Gasteiger and Y. Shao-Horn, Journal of The Electrochemical Society, 157, B1529 (2010). X. Chen, I. T. McCrum, K. A. Schwarz, M. J. Janik and M. T. M. Koper, Angew Chem Int Ed Engl, 56, 15025 (2017). Figure 1
Andrée-Anne Houle, Audrey Dupuis, Patricia Dionne, Julie Lane, Danyka Therriault
Canadian Journal of Program Evaluation, Volume 36; https://doi.org/10.3138/cjpe.70931

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Plusieurs programmes de prévention de l’anxiété chez les adolescents ont été élaborés et implantés dans les écoles dans les dernières années. Ces programmes sont cependant rarement évalués de manière systématique et mis à l’échelle à l’ensemble des écoles. Plusieurs évaluations de ces programmes utilisent le journal de bord rempli par les personnes animatrices comme méthode de collecte de données. Toutefois, sa fonction méthodologique spécifi que dans une évaluation de programme impliquant plusieurs sources de données n’a pas été systématiquement analysée. Le présent article utilise l’exemple du programme HORS-PISTE pour illustrer les avantages, les limites et les défi s de cette méthode.
Madhur Bhaiya, Andreas Putz, Marc Secanell
Published: 5 August 2014
ECS Meeting Abstracts, pp 1024-1024; https://doi.org/10.1149/ma2014-02/21/1024

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A comprehensive single-phase non-isothermal MEA model, which accounts for all applicable heat sources, viz., entropic and irreversible heating associated with electrochemical reactions, protonic and electronic ohmic heating, phase change, and heat release/absorption due to sorption/desorption of water in electrolyte is presented. Starting from a general energy transport equation, layer-specific thermal transport equations are derived. The model expands upon the isothermal model by Secanell et al. [1] and accounts for multi-step reaction kinetics for the oxygen reduction reaction (ORR) and hydrogen oxidation reaction (HOR) [2]. The model accounts for water management in two phases, viz., vapour and sorbed phase, and accounts for thermal effects on water transport such as temperature driven vapour diffusion, and thermal osmosis. The model is integrated into openFCST, a finite element based, open-source, fuel cell simulation framework, which is available for download online at http://www.openfcst.mece.ualberta.ca/. The non-isothermal model is used to estimate the maximum temperature inside the membrane electrode assembly under different operating conditions such as hot and dry, and cold and wet. At low humidity conditions, the mathematical model predicts a significant performance drop in the cell due to drying out of ionomer. The cathode catalyst layer is found to be the hottest, with temperatures rising by more than 10ºC at high current densities (Figure 1). A detailed breakdown of various heat sources inside the cell at different current densities is also provided (Figure 2). It is observed that heat of sorption, which has generally been ignored in previous non-isothermal models, is more significant than protonic ohmic heating at medium current densities, and causes a shift in temperature distribution in the in-plane direction. At high current densities, heat of sorption accounts for roughly 15% of the overall heat generated in the cell, and it is concluded that this term cannot be ignored. There is ambiguity in the literature regarding reversible heat distribution between the half-cell reactions of the ORR and HOR [3]. Based on the data by Ramousse et al. [3], the HOR should be exothermic. This is contrary to the general practice of assuming the HOR to be athermic. Using the non-isothermal model with an exothermic HOR, it is shown that the assumption causes a cell performance drop and the maximum temperature of the cell to shift from the cathode catalyst layer (CCL) to anode catalyst layer (ACL). Thermal management strongly affects water transport in the cell. Therefore, the thermal transport equation is solved with a detailed water management model including thermal-osmosis. The non-isothermal model predicts higher sorbed water movement from the ACL to CCL due to drying out of ionomer in the CCL when compared to an isothermal model (Figure 3). The contribution of thermal osmosis to sorbed water flux is as much as 15% as shown in Figure 3. The thermal conductivity of microporous layer is found to significantly influence the cell performance predictions. If reduced considerably, the model predicts self-heating of the MEA and a complete dryout of the cell (Figure 4). In summary, a detailed single-phase non-isothermal MEA model is developed. The non-isothermal fuel cell model governing equations include a thermal transport equation, a sorbed water transport equation, the mass and charge transport of all species, and multi-step kinetics for HOR and ORR electrochemical reactions. Using the model, the importance of several critical physical phenomena is analyzed. References [1] M. Secanell et al., Energy and Environmental Science, 1(3):378-388, 2008. [2] M. Moore et al., Journal of the Electrochemical Society, 161(8), 2014. [3] J. Ramousse et al., Journal of Power Sources, 192(2):435-441, 2009.
Adelin Gustot, I Smriti, Jean-Marie Ruysschaert, Hassane Mchaourab, Cédric Govaerts
Published: 1 May 2010
Journal of Biological Chemistry, Volume 285, pp 14144-14151; https://doi.org/10.1074/jbc.m109.079673

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ATP-binding cassette (ABC) transporters constitute a large class of molecular pumps whose central role in chemotherapy resistance has highlighted their clinical relevance. We investigated whether the lipid composition of the membrane affects the function and structure of HorA, a bacterial ABC multidrug transporter. When the transporter was reconstituted in a bilayer where phosphatidylethanolamine (PE), the main lipid of the bacterial membrane, was replaced with phosphatidylcholine (PC), ATP hydrolysis and substrate transport became uncoupled. Although ATPase activity was maintained, HorA lost its ability to extrude the prototypical substrate Hoechst33342. Attenuated Total Reflection-Fourier Transform Infrared spectroscopy (ATR-FTIR) revealed that, although the secondary structure of the protein was unaffected, the orientation of the transmembrane helices (TM) was modified by the change in lipid composition. The orientation of the backbone carbonyls indicated that the helices opened wider in PE versus PC-containing liposomes, with 10 degrees difference. This was supported by hydrogen/deuterium exchange studies showing increased protection of the backbone from the solvent in PC-containing liposomes. Electron Paramagnetic Resonance was used to further probe the structural change. In the PC-containing liposomes we observed increased mobility of the spin label in TM4, along with increased exposure to molecular oxygen, used as a hydrophobic quencher. This indicates that the lipid change induced modification of the orientation of TM4, exposing Cys-180 to the lipid phase. The lipid composition of the bilayer thus modulates the structure of HorA, and in turn its ability to extrude its substrates.Journal ArticleSCOPUS: ar.jinfo:eu-repo/semantics/publishe
Published: 1 December 2014
Communication Et Organisation pp 113-128; https://doi.org/10.4000/communicationorganisation.4753

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Le but de cet article est de penser ensemble les notions de projet et de design pour montrer le pouvoir de communicabilité d’une sémiotique-objet qui s’exprime dans et hors le texte. Le concept de journal mural, forme de médiation du champ social par la création et d’interface des interactions entre les hommes (citoyens) et leurs organisations (publiques), est ici disséqué de manière chirurgicale. Une esquisse d’organon montre le pouvoir de factitivité du journal mural conjuguant efficacement une double fonctionnalité opératoire et communicative.
René Gérard
Published: 1 January 1964
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Cette première étude complète d’un titre important de la presse provinciale - le Journal de Marseille (suite du Journal de Provence) - publié pendant treize ans dans la grande cité phocéenne, couvre toutes les activités du journal et tous les aspects de sa gestion, notamment son administration financière. La procédure engagée sous le Directoire contre son directeur et principal rédacteur, Ferréol Beaugeard, a livré de précieux renseignements sur l’histoire de la Révolution en Provence. L’étude du périodique est une contribution notable au « mouvement sectionnaire » marseillais, puisque le journal devient en mai 1793 l’organe quasi-officiel du fédéralisme marseillais. Par sa méthode et sa documentation hors pair, ce livre est un ouvrage de base sur la presse de province.
Michel Bruneau
Published: 1 October 2013
Journal: Anatoli
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L’Atlas des civilisations (2007, réédité en 2012), publié dans les hors-séries du journal Le Monde, présente l’état critique pluridisciplinaire de nos connaissances actuelles sur les civilisations. Pour la « Région Intermédiaire », il présente deux strates principales de civilisations, cinq anciennes et cinq contemporaines. Les premières sont disparues, ayant laissé de nombreuses traces, archéologiques entre autres : Égypte pharaonique, Mésopotamie, Grèce classique et hellénistique, Rome répu...
Yvonne Preiswerk, Fabrizio Sabelli
Published: 1 January 1998
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Ouvrages et articles Adair P., 1985, L’économie informelle, Anthropos, Paris. Affergan F., 1988, « Les marqueurs de l’Autre dans Robinson Crusoé. Contribution à la genèse de l’anthropologie de l’altérité, Les Temps modernes, n° 507, Paris, octobre. « Agir en commun, entretien avec Luc Boltanski », 1994, Sciences humaines, n° 5, hors-série, mai-juin. Akerlof G., 1970, « The Market for Lemons: Quality Uncertainty and the Market Mechanism », Quarterly Journal of Economics 84, pp. 488-500. –, 1976, « ...
Frédéric Landy
Published: 1 January 1994
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CARTES PASCAL J.P., 1982, Bioclimates of the Western Ghâts, Institut Français de Pondichéry, Travaux de la Section Scientifique et Technique, hors-série no 17, 2 cartes et notice. Cartes du Survey of India au 1/50 000e et 1/250 000e QUOTIDIENS Indian Express, New Delhi. The Deccan Herald, Bangalore. The Hindu, Madras. MAGAZINES India Today, New Delhi. OUVRAGES CITES Noms de publication abrégés : AJAE : American Journal of Agricultural Economies, Menasha (Wisconsin). BAGF : Bulletin de l'Association de Gé...
Nadarajen Veerapen
Acm Sigevolution, Volume 10, pp 6-7; https://doi.org/10.1145/3231555.3231557

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Attendees of Artificial Evolution (EA 2017), held in Paris, France, were treated to a cocktail reception and vernissage, or private viewing, of the "Art&Science in Evolutionary Computation" art exhibition at Galerie Louchard in Paris. The exhibition ran from 24 October to 12 November 2017. The selected artworks were created through a number of evolutionary methods: ant-based clustering, predator-prey model, evolutionary algorithms and fly algorithm. The corresponding papers are published in volume 1 of the newly-launched Art and Science journal (ISTE OpenScience). EA 2017 attendees had the opportunity to engage with the artists and mingle over a wide array of delightful hors-d'oeuvres.
Published: 1 December 2010
Journal Des Anthropologues pp 431-437; https://doi.org/10.4000/jda.3649

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Le 31 mai 2007, l’Association française des anthropologues rendait public un communiqué à propos de l’instauration en France d’un ministère de « l’Immigration, de l’Intégration, de l’Identité nationale et du Codéveloppement » par le président Nicolas Sarkozy, nouvellement élu. Ce communiqué, cosigné par plusieurs autres associations scientifiques, fut diffusé à la presse et reproduit dans le numéro hors-série du journal consacré aux Identités Nationales d’État. L’AFA y affirmait notamment : ...
Éloïse Adde-Vomáčka
Revue de L’institut Français D’histoire En Allemagne; https://doi.org/10.4000/ifha.8356

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Créé en 1951, le Cercle de recherche en histoire médiévale (Konstanzer Arbeitskreis für mittelalterliche Geschichte) a commencé dès l’année suivante à éditer les actes de ses colloques (deux par an) et des volumes de recherches dans la collection Vorträge und Forschungen chez l’éditeur Thorbecke (80 volumes à ce jour, dont la plupart sont consultables en ligne, et particulièrement le présent volume : http://journals.ub.uni-heidelberg.de/index.php/vuf/issue/view/1879), ainsi que des hors-séri...
Pierre Voillery
Published: 27 May 2008
Journal: Balkanologie
Balkanologie, Volume 10; https://doi.org/10.4000/balkanologie.362

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Carigradski Vetsnik, fondé en 1848, est le seul journal bulgare publié au sein de l’Empire ottoman entre 1848 et 1858. Quelles sont ses options ? Quel rôle joue-t-il parmi les Bulgares ? En quoi popularise-t-il la crise caucasienne hors des limites naturelles de la communauté bulgare en phase de structuration identitaire et nationale ? En quoi fut-il un passeur d’idées exogènes, et plus particulièrement occidentales parmi les Bulgares ?
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