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Palladium (II) and platinum (II) complexes of bis(4methoxyphenyltelluro) methane. Crystal structure of [{meso(4MeOC6H4Te)2CH2} (Ph2PCH2CH2PPh2) PD(II)](ClO4)2· 4H2O and [meso(4MeOC6H4Te)2CH2]Pd(II)Cl2
(1997)Palladium (II) and platinum (II) complexes of the chelating ditelluroether ligand, (MeOC6H4Te)2CH2, have been prepared and characterised by IR, UVVis and multinuclear (1H, 125Te{1H}, 195Pt{1H}) NMR spectroscopy and chemical ... 
Palladium capped samarium thin films as potential hydrogen sensors
(2004)We show here that a palladium capped samarium film at room temperature can be used as an efficient sensor material for hydrogen detection. As low as 194 ppm of hydrogen gas can be detected without any cross sensitivity ... 
A parallel mesh chopping algorithm for a class of twopoint boundary value problems
(1998)A parallel algorithm for the class of twopoint boundary value problems y″ = f(x,y), y(0) = A, y(1) = B with and continous on [0,1] × (−∞, ∞) is presented. Using an idea similar to that in [1], we divide [0,1] into p ... 
Parallel searchandlearn technique for solving large scale travellingsalesperson problems
(1994)Parallel processing has traditionally been used to achieve higher speed while solving computational problems of large size. The greater availability of parallel and distributed computing opens yet another dimension, where ... 
A parallel searchandlearn technique for solving large scale TSP
(1993)Describes a parallel searchandlearn technique for obtaining high quality solutions to the traveling salesperson problem (TSP). The combinatorial search space is decomposed so that multiple processors can simultaneously ... 
Parallel techniques for solving large scale travelling salesperson problems
(1992)As a hard combinatorial optimization problem, the travelling salesperson problem (TSP) has been of pedagogical interest for more than 50 years. More recently, the problem has generated a great deal of practical interest ... 
Parallelization of symmetry detection algorithms on a network of workstations
(1997)Detection of spatial symmetry is useful in several computer vision applications. Due to the realtime nature of the applications, it is important that symmetry detection algorithms be computationally efficient. Sequential ... 
Parametric decay instabilities of the fast wave in the lower hybrid frequency regime
(1991)Three possible delay instabilities of the fast wave in the lower hybrid frequency regime are presented. It has been considered that a fast wave may decay into a highfrequency, lower hybrid wave and a lowfrequency wave, ... 
Parametric studies of a greenhouse for summer conditions
(1998)We apply an analytical expression to the plants and enclosed air in a greenhouse for various design parameters and a given climatic condition. A numerical method has been used to validate an analytical expression for the ... 
Parametric studies of active regenerative solar still
(1993)An active regenerative solar still is analysed in this paper on the basis of energy balances for its different components. Analytical expressions are derived for water and glass temperatures, daily yield and thermal ... 
Parametric study of a greenhouse by using RungeKutta methods
(1999)This communication presents the analysis for a greenhouse using RungeKutta methods. The energy balance equations have been written considering the effects of evaporation from the plant, conduction through the ground, ... 
Parametric study of a reverse flat plate absorber cabinet dryer:a new concept
(1997)In this communication, the concept of reverse flat plate collector has been used as a heating medium of air for the drying of agricultural products in a cabinet dryer. The reverse flat plate absorber is a nonconcentrating ... 
Parametric study of an inverted absorber doubleeffect solar distillation system
(1997)An analysis of an inverted absorber doubleeffect solar still is presented. Energy balance equations have been written, and analytical expressions for water and condensing cover temperatures and the hourly yield have ... 
Parametric study of an inverted absorber triple effect solar still
(1999)In this communication, an analysis of a triple basin inverted absorber solar still has been made.Expressions for the water and condensing cover temperatures of each of the basins have been derived.The hourly variation of ... 
Parametric study of an irreversible regenerative Brayton cycle with isothermal heat addition
(2003)A parametric study of an irreversible regenerative Brayton heat engine with isothermal heat addition has been performed with external as well as internal irreversibilities. The external irreversibility is due to the finite ... 
Parametric study of irreversible stirling and ericsson cryogenic refrigeration cycles
(2002)This communication presents a parametric study of irreversible Stirling and Ericsson cryogenic refrigerator cycles including external and internal irreversibilities along with finite heat capacities of external reservoirs. ... 
Partial characterization of small plasmids from corynebacterium renale
(1995)A naphthalenedegrading strain of corynebacteria, Corynebacterium renale, harbors multiple small plasmids designated pCR1, pCR2, pCR3, and pCR4 with sizes of 1.4, 3.2, 4.4, and 5.7 kb, respectively. Plasmid pCR1 of 1.4 kb ... 
Partial molar heat capacities and volumes of transfer of some saccharides from water to aqueous urea solutions atT = 298.15 K
(2000)Apparent molar heat capacities Cpand volumes V of seven monosaccharides {d( − )ribose,d( − )arabinose,d( + )xylose,d( + )glucose,d( + )mannose,d( + )galactose,d( − )fructose}, seven disaccharides {sucrose,d( ... 
Partial wetting in porous catalysts: wettability and wetting efficiency
(2002)Qualitative changes in the local (pore level) wetting efficiency of a porous catalyst as a function of catalyst wettability are proposed based on monitoring the 1D motion of the solid–liquid–gas contact line. As catalyst ... 
Partitioning the electrostatic interaction energy between two charge distributions
(2001)Treating the interaction between two charge distributions as a joint venture, we explore here the possibility of quantifying the extent of participation of each charge distribution. By introducing the concept of reduced ...