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  • A spectroscopic study of some arylimidate compounds

    Allnutt, Michael Ivan (1974)
    A spectroscopic study of 25 arylimidate compounds has been carried out. The assignments were arrived at by comparing the spectra of the arylimidates and the products of rearrangement of the N-aryl substituted compounds. Spectra of several related esters were examined to enable a description of the skeletal modes of the imidates to be obtained. The dipole moments of the simpler imidates and some related esters were measured for comparison and in order to obtain structural information about ...

    Secure Cryptographic Algorithm Implementation on Embedded Platforms

    Tunstall, Michael (2009)
    Sensitive systems that are based on smart cards use well-studied and well-developed cryptosystems. Generally these cryptosystems have been subject to rigorous mathematical analysis in an effort to uncover cryptographic weaknesses in the system. The cryptosystems used in smart cards are, therefore, not usually vulnerable to these types of attacks. Since smart cards are small objects that can be easily placed in an environment where physical vulnerabilities can be exploited, adv...

    Muslim-Jewish dialogue in a 21st Century world

    The collection published here as an ebook arose out of a workshop on the comparative study of Jews and Muslims held at Royal Holloway, University of London, in 2006.

    Bayesian just-so stories in cognitive psychology and neuroscience.

    Bowers, J.S.; Davis, Colin J. (2012)
    According to Bayesian theories in psychology and neuroscience, minds and brains are (near) optimal in solving a wide range of tasks. We challenge this view and argue that more traditional, non-Bayesian approaches are more promising. We make three main arguments. First, we show that the empirical evidence for Bayesian theories in psychology is weak at best. This weakness relates to the many arbitrary ways that priors, likelihoods, and utility functions can be altered in order to account fo...

    An E.S.R. study of some nitrogen substituted free radicals

    Hoyle, P. M. (1978)
    E.s.r. spectra were obtained of as many amino-1,4- and amino-1,2-semiquinones as possible. This was achieved by means of catalytic hydrogenation of their respective nitro-1,4- and nitro-1,2-dihydroxybenzene precursors in ethanolic solution and subsequent radical generation under standard autoxidative conditions. Assignment of coupling constants in the symmetrical species is obvious. The assignments in the mono-aminosemiquinones are made by a simple graphical procedure and in the asymmetric...
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