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Although a doped athlete performs better, he will not benefit from this performance improvement.
One may indeed be tempted to support the idea of very high sanctions for doped athletes, but as long as there are wrongly positive test results for clean athletes with probability [[theta][sub.
d] by which a doped athlete can actually be identified.
However, the government has declined to introduce new provisions criminalising the doped athlete.
The sanctioning of the doped athlete himself has not been its primary concern.
Free-standing thin films were formed from each doped conducting polymer solution by pouring each solution into a flat glass dish followed by evaporation of the solvent under a slow nitrogen flow for one hour.
However, the conductivities of P3OT doped with DBSA were found to be low as compared to P3OT doped with [FeCl.
Conventional doped (active) fibre manufacturing techniques are limited in process accuracy and capability.
In this process, the glass is doped in-situ with glass particle formation in such a way that the clustering tendency is low.
As previously announced, Rhombic Corporation will be working closely with the University of Missouri in a joint venture research plan to develop doped diamond electrodes and undoped diamond film for the hydrogen fuel cell market.
Rhombic Corporation (OTC-BB-NUKE) announces that the company has accepted a second proposal from the University of Missouri to participate in a joint research plan to develop doped diamond electrodes and undoped diamond film for the hydrogen fuel cell market.
AG Associates states that Applied Materials infringes upon these patents with the manufacture, use and sale of its RTP Centura(tm), Epi Centura(tm) and Polycide Centura(tm) systems, which utilize these patented technologies to perform doped polysilicon deposition, epitaxial silicon deposition, formation and gas phase doping of hemispherical grain silicon (HSG) and silicon nitride deposition.