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[en] The grant (03/01/1999 through 02/29/2000) was used to partially support three meetings related to radiopharmaceuticals. A special issue of the Journal of Labelled Compounds and Radiopharmaceuticals was published
[en] The central topics of the CSI is analytical spectroscopy of atoms and molecules. Special attention is paid to new methods and techniques; laser spectroscopy; application in the field of technology, environmental protection, medicine and biology. The whole scientific programme includes over 600 posters and invited papers. This volume contains 46 invited papers. 4 of them have been documented separately in INIS
[en] The main theme of the CSI is Analytical Spectroscopy of Atoms and Molecules. Advances in theory, instrumentation and widespread applications are reported and discussed in the programme. Room is given to the development of established as well as to the introduction and promotion of new methods and techniques. The impact of laser technology and the growing importance of applications in the fields of environmental, medical and biological analysis are noteworthy. This book contains 109 abstracts. 14 of them have been documented separately. (orig./PW)
[en] In this study,humic acids were produced from coal under controlled conditions by using different oxidation time. This research studies on the behaviour of coal during oxidation process. The coal used as raw material in this research was obtained from Ka Lay Wa, Sagaing Division . The coals were oxidized at the different oxidation times from 76 hr to 380 hr at the temperature 150 5C. The yields of humic acid, the ultimate analysis (percentage of carbon, hydrogen, nitrogen and oxygen) and the proximate analysis (percentage of volatile, ash and moisture) were done in this study. The functional groups and structural entities of the obtained humic acids were identified by using Fourier Transform Infrared Spectrophotometer (FTIR). The yield percentage of prepared humic acid in Ka Lay Wa coal was found to be 3%.