nanostructured hematite hollow spheres assembled by nanosheets through a microwave-assisted solvothermal route exhibited superior photocatalytic activities in the degradation of salicylic acid .
This part of the Article very briefly examines the existing law of deference, which is supposed to be uniform across courts, and then, more importantly, shows how the rationales supporting deference actually support a hierarchically
Following these steps, one or more conceptual trees are produced, which link together hierarchically
the examined Wikipedia categories according to their respective hierarchical structure in WordNet.
For example, in a hierarchically
ordered system like the mammal, the nervous (sub)system is dependent upon the respiratory and circular (sub)systems, primarily for a process of oxygen transfer to the nerve cells and brain cells of the nervous (sub)system.
She believes that the high percentage of keyword searching (in contrast to selections from hierarchically
organized subject directories) undertaken by the students was due to the factual nature of the task they were given, with the assignment containing concrete keywords.
Second, identities give meaning to the self and are organized hierarchically
from the most salient to the least salient.
Perhaps the local bishop could issue a badge or pin or something so the eucharistic ministers could know that the communicant was hierarchically
Using advanced machine-learning techniques, with only a few examples it quickly learns by itself how to hierarchically
classify documents in existing categories.
There was no hierarchically
directed pastoral plan that acknowledged the diversity of religious practices of Italian migrants.
Here we arc in the twenty-first century, and a considerable part of humanity continues to live subjected to hierarchically
dominated social structures of ancient origins, which perpetuate the worst sorts of inequities.
Detecting a new agent in large pooled samples would thus be repeated in smaller, localized pools that had been combined hierarchically
to generate the larger pool (32).
Species derive from a common genus and, within a taxonomy, are hierarchically
represented according to their essential characteristics and differences.