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Electrospun dextran fibrous membranes

Journal Article published 5 Feb 2008 in Cellulose volume 15 issue 3 on pages 435 to 444

Authors: Watadta Ritcharoen, Yaowaporn Thaiying, Yupa Saejeng, Ittipol Jangchud, Ratthapol Rangkupan, Chidchanok Meechaisue, Pitt Supaphol

Preparation of Pt–Co alloy catalysts by electrodeposition for oxygen reduction in PEMFC

Journal Article published 27 Aug 2008 in Journal of Applied Electrochemistry volume 39 issue 1 on pages 123 to 134

Authors: Yupa Saejeng, Nisit Tantavichet

Catalyst electrode preparation for PEM fuel cells by electrodeposition

Journal Article published 28 Jul 2009 in Journal of Applied Electrochemistry volume 40 issue 5 on pages 903 to 910

Authors: Nopphawan Saibuathong, Yupa Saejeng, Kejvalee Pruksathorn, Mali Hunsom, Nisit Tantavichet

Changing the unchangeable

Journal Article published Dec 1967 in Studies in Soviet Thought volume 7 issue 4 on pages 318 to 332

Authors: Joseph Schiebel

Historical studies of agriculture and foodways practices

Journal Article published Mar 1996 in Historical Archaeology volume 30 issue 1 on pages 10 to 18

Historical Studies

Journal Article published Dec 1934 in Nature volume 134 issue 3397 on pages 891 to 892

Simmel's Four Components of Historical Science

Journal Article published Jun 2003 in Human Studies volume 26 issue 2 on pages 209 to 222

Authors: Richard Owsley, Gary Backhaus

Wiggins on historical inevitability and incompatibilism

Journal Article published Apr 1976 in Philosophical Studies volume 29 issue 4 on pages 235 to 247

Authors: P. S. Greenspan

Against the supposed difference between historical and end-state theories

Journal Article published Mar 1982 in Philosophical Studies volume 41 issue 2 on pages 267 to 272

Authors: Lawrence C. Becker

Historical materialism, ideology and ethics

Journal Article published Jan 1985 in Studies in Soviet Thought volume 29 issue 1 on pages 47 to 63

Authors: Kai Nielsen