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Bubble nucleation from heated glass cavities.

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Intermediates in the metal catalysis of the transamination reaction: A study of some transition-metal complexes of pyridoxal phosphate, of pyridoxamine phosphate, and of their Schiff's bases

Complexes of Cu(II), Zn(II), Ni(II) and Co(II) with pyridoxal-5-phosphate and pyridoxamine-5-phosphate were prepared. Some Schiff base-metal complex intermediates postulated to exist in the metal catalysed transamination reaction between pyridoxal-5-phosphate and a-glutamic acid, and pyridoxamine-5-phosphate with a-oxoglutamic acid were isolated.The possibility that the latter may exist as chelates was explored by means of infrared spectroscopy, by visible and ultra violet spectra of buffered...

Some cultural and linguistic problems of Kuwaiti students with written English

This study aims at investigating the causes of some of the :problems encountered by Arabic-speaking students in the Secondary Schools of Kuwait when they attempt to write English, which they learn as their first foreign language. Since these students do not in fE',ct reach the stage of free writing even at the very end of their secondary course, we have limited ourselves in this research to the level of the sentence and its :parts • Again, since vIe are here concerned with writing only, the p...