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These and alcohols
These longer chain acids tend to be rather soluble in less-polar solvents such as ethers and alcohols.
These compounds consist of methanol, isoprene, acetone, ethanol and other alcohols.
These alcohols can be used in internal combustion engines as alternative fuels.
These two developments opened the way to synthetic fatty alcohols.
These triesters are subjected to transesterification to give methyl esters, which in turn are hydrogenated to the alcohols.
These plants produce fatty acids & esters, glycerine, soap noodles, fatty alcohols, and metallic strearates-that have various industrial applications in the production of food, pharmaceutical, cosmetics, personal care, home care, industrial detergent / surfactants and lubricant products.
These conversions include subsequent dehydration to yield nitroalkenes, oxidation of the secondary alcohol to yield α-nitro ketones, or reduction of the nitro group to yield β-amino alcohols.
These substances include small amounts of chemicals such as acetone, acetaldehyde, and other higher alcohols, esters, and aldehydes ( e. g. propanol, glycols, ethyl acetate ).

These and are
These are just another couple of characters to roll.
These men are not callous.
These things are important to almost all Persians and perhaps most important to the most ordinary.
These are traversed by another line of vaults, and thus rooms, arched on all four sides, are formed.
These songs ( practically all Persian music, for that matter ) are limited to a range of two octaves.
These are not, however, differences in federal structure.
These my grandmother left in their places ( they are still there, more persistent and longer-lived than the generations of man ) and planted others like them, that flourished without careful tending.
These are like the initial ways in which the world forces itself upon the self and thrusts the self into decision and choice.
These are suggestive of Selma Lagerlof.
These assumptions lead to an organization with one man at the top, six directly under him, six under each of these, and so on until there are six levels of personnel.
These ways are absolutely irreconcilable because they offer two different recipes for man's redemption from chaos.
These responses are explicable in terms of characteristics inherent in the crisis.
These discoveries are of present interest chiefly to the scientific community ; ;
These are personality factors ; ;
These are, if the research is done with subtlety and skill, researchable topics, but the research is missing.
These moments are historical events in the lives of individual authors with which the student of comparative literature must be frequently concerned.
These lives are in themselves outside of the moral order and are unburdened with moral responsibility.
These conceptions and the manner in which they were transposed into poetry or engendered by poetic form are intrinsic to western life from the time of Aeschylus to that of Shakespeare.
These biographical analogies are obvious, and far too much time has been spent speculating on their possible implications.
These women whose organization grew out of the old suffrage movement are dedicated to Thomas Jefferson's dictum that one must cherish the people's spirit but `` Keep alive their attention ''.
These are, of course, the same people whose support he has only now rejected to seek the independent vote.
These are New York, Pennsylvania, Michigan, Maryland, Missouri, New Jersey, Illinois and Minnesota.
These men are spenders.

These and called
These vowelless alphabets are called abjads, currently exemplified in scripts including Arabic, Hebrew, and Syriac.
These villages, called pueblos by Spanish settlers, were often only accessible by rope or through rock climbing.
These are collegiate foundations, which provide a home and an income for unmarried ladies, generally of noble birth, called canonesses ( Kanonissinen ) or more usually Stiftsdamen.
These authors, the former a medieval historian and the latter an early modernist, quickly became associated with the distinctive Annales approach, which combined geography, history, and the sociological approaches of the Année Sociologique ( many members of which were their colleagues at Strasbourg ) to produce an approach which rejected the predominant emphasis on politics, diplomacy and war of many 19th and early 20th-century historians as spearheaded by historians whom Febvre called Les Sorbonnistes.
These " conversations " as he called them, were more or less informal talks on a great range of topics, spiritual, aesthetic and practical, in which he emphasized the ideas of the school of American Transcendentalists led by Emerson, who was always his supporter and discreet admirer.
These Oblates were dispersed by Napoleon I in 1810, while another group called the Oblates of Our Lady of Rho escaped this fate.
These were two functions that called machine-language functions stored in memory.
These guitars are commonly called " parlor steels " as they are well-suited to smaller rooms.
These are also sometimes called simply AC1, AC2, etc., and, somewhat confusingly, sometimes Roman numerals are used for these isoforms that all belong to the overall AC class III.
These were mineral spirit-based paints called Magna.
These sets were expanded in 1963 to 7 bits of coding, called the American Standard Code for Information Interchange ( ASCII ) as the Federal Information Processing Standard which replaced the incompatible teleprinter codes in use by different branches of the U. S. government.
These four-bit quantities are sometimes called nibbles, and correspond to hexadecimal digits.
These were called FidoNet Technology Networks ( FTNs ).
These elections constitutionally must be held no longer than every five years apart, however elections can be called whenever the Government so chooses to seek a new mandate or loses a vote of no confidence in Parliament.
These neurons communicate with one another by means of long protoplasmic fibers called axons, which carry trains of signal pulses called action potentials to distant parts of the brain or body targeting specific recipient cells.
These axons transmit signals in the form of electrochemical pulses called action potentials, which last less than a thousandth of a second and travel along the axon at speeds of 1 – 100 meters per second.
These molecules recognize specific reactant molecules called substrates ; they then catalyze the reaction between them.
These are sometimes called " the four pillars of the Big Bang theory ".
These towboats travel between ports and are also called line-haul boats.
These are often called ' pike poles '.
These were held in a powerful fortress called Genucla ( Isaccea, near modern Tulcea, Rom., in the Danube delta region ), controlled by Zyraxes, the local Getan petty king.
These effects are called macroscopic quantum phenomena.
These are sometimes called Weber functions after Heinrich Martin Weber, and also Neumann functions after Carl Neumann.

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