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Synthesis of Barium Nickel Titanium Oxide Stabilized by Citric Acid  [PDF]
K. Y. Chew, M. Abu Bakar, N.H.H. Abu Bakar
Modeling and Numerical Simulation of Material Science (MNSMS) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/mnsms.2013.31B007
Abstract: Barium nickel titanium oxide particles (Ba2NiTi5O13) were synthesized in the presence of citric acid by using a two step sol-gel method followed by calcination. The addition of citric acid as a stabilizer (mole ratio of 0.5, 1.0, 2.0, 4.0) resulted in the formation of Ba2NiTi5O13 particles with various morphology (i.e. sphere, cube, rod). These various morphology changes were deduced to be caused by citric acid that tends to absorbed on certain dimension of the Ba2NiTi5O13 particles when different concentration of citric acid was added. Besides that, the growth of Ba2NiTi5O13 particles from incorporation of bulky micelles which act as a protective 'shell' that control particle sizes by attaching on the surfaces of particles.
FORMATION AND MORPHOLOGY OF COLLOIDAL CHITOSAN-STABILIZED COPPER SULFIDES
H.T. Boey,W.L. Tan,N.H.H. Abu Bakar,M. Abu Bakar
Journal of Physical Science , 2007,
Abstract: The reactions of copper (II) acetate with thiourea, with or without chitosan, are described. The products obtained are CuS and Cu2S in an approximate composition of 1:1. UV-vis, Raman and FTIR spectroscopy as well as EDX analysis confirmed these copper sulfides. The effects of chitosan on the morphology of the copper sulfides were studied via TEM and SEM microscopy. In the absence of chitosan, fractal morphology was observed (D value 1.74). In the presence of chitosan, colloidal copper sulfides were obtained. For the colloid, an increase in chitosan concentration resulted in smaller copper sulfides particle size i.e. decreasing from 118.8 to 76.6 nm. A plausible mechanism of the copper sulfides formation via the involvement of ethanoate ions is also described.
Conflict as context for defining identity: A study of apostleship in the Galatian and Corinthian letters
N.H. Taylor
HTS Theological Studies/Teologiese Studies , 2009, DOI: 10.4102/hts.v59i3.680
Abstract: This article examines ways in which Paul defined the notion of apostleship in the course of conflict with rival authority claimants in the early Church. In Galatians Paul defines and asserts his apostolic self-identity in order to regain the oversight of the Galatian churches which he had previously exercised as an apostle of the church of Antioch. In 2 Corinthians Paul asserts his authority as church founder against rivals who recognise no territorial jurisdiction. No common agenda, theological position, or conception of apostleship can be identified. Rather, rival authority claimants based their legitimacy on different criteria in different situations.
The destruction of Jerusalem and the transmission of the Synoptic eschatological discourse
N.H. Taylor
HTS Theological Studies/Teologiese Studies , 2009, DOI: 10.4102/hts.v59i2.656
Abstract: This study examines the eschatological discourses in Matthew and Luke. Each is considered in its narrative context, and with detailed attention given to developments in the transmission from their common source, Mark. While both reflect awareness of historical events during the period between the composition of Mark and the time of writing, they relate to the destruction of Jerusalem and the temple very differently. While Matthew is clearly written after 70 CE, the eschatological discourse is not influenced by the events of that period. The eschatological discourse in Luke, on the other hand, has been fundamentally reshaped in the light of those events.
Who persecuted the Thessalonian Christians?
N.H. Taylor
HTS Theological Studies/Teologiese Studies , 2009, DOI: 10.4102/hts.v58i2.556
Abstract: This article argues that the recent scholarly consensus of an essentially gentile Thessalonian church being persecuted by its gentile neighbours is founded on unsound premises. The Jewish community in Thessalonica would have had good reason to oppose Paul and the congregation he formed. The exegesis of key texts in 1 Thessalonians does not support the reconstruction of the church as composed of gentiles unconnected with the synagogue, and the ethnic background of the persecutors cannot be ascertained on the basis of the letter. The dismissal of Acts as a source of historical information is unwarranted.
The Jerusalem Temple in Luke-Acts
N.H. Taylor
HTS Theological Studies/Teologiese Studies , 2009, DOI: 10.4102/hts.v60i1/2.505
Abstract: Luke-Acts was written during the period after the destruction of the second temple, when, for most Jews, hopes for future restoration were conceived largely in terms of rebuilding the temple and city of Jerusalem and resuming the cultic life associated therewith. Against this background Luke poses an alternative vision, in which the divine presence associated previously with the [foreign font omitted] is seen no longer as localised but as dispersed. The Holy Spirit manifested in the life and expansion of the Church transcends and supersedes the notion of sacred space associated with the Zion traditions.
Over de vraag of een proefneming tot vestiging van politieke uitgewekenen in Suriname hygi nisch te verantwoorden is
N.H. Swellengrebel
Nieuwe West-Indische Gids , 1940,
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De Pan Amerikaanse Sanitaire Organisatie (P.A.S.O.) in verband met Suriname en de Ned. Antillen
N.H. Swellengrebel
Nieuwe West-Indische Gids , 1952,
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Structural Problems in the Restructuring Process of the Electric Power Sector in Developing Countries
N.H. Sohtaoglu
Journal of Applied Sciences , 2001,
Abstract: The energy markets have been, or are in the process of being, restructed in many parts of the world. A variety of restructuring models is beign proposed, considerd, and expermiented with in different countries. The electric power industry represents are largest global industry ever to move from regulation to competition. This article presents an overview of the main structual components of the emerging deregulated electric power sector. The implications of restructuring the electric power sector in developing countries in the light of the experience of industrialized countries are evaluated, with a view to identifying potential pitfalls and opportunities for developing countries. The article summarily describes the crucial difference between the eletricity funding situation in industrialized and developing nations, and the dangers of indiscriminate transfer of market structures and regulatory approaches. The industrialized countries’ expereince has not provided an infallible general path, and each developing country must search for solutions within its own context.
WOMEN IN MEDICAL PROFESSION: A STUDY ON ROLE CONFLICT
MONESH AND N.H. PATIL
Indian Streams Research Journal , 2012,
Abstract: Role conflict is defined as “job roles that interfere with on another” and “incompatible expectations associated with a social position, such as student, employee, or mother”. Role conflict occurs when compliance with one role obligations makes it more difficult for an individual to comply with another. The research studies on role conflict suggest that role conflict being stressful causes mal-integration in the work place, poor performance, lower institutional commitment and higher rate of resignations. Working women are performing dual role that is to look after the family including husband and children and also performing office work outside the family. Hence, there is role conflict for the working women in performing the dual role. In case of working women in medical professions such as doctors or nurses, there are irregular timings to look after their patients in hospitals. As a result, there is role conflict for the medical and health professionals towards their role in their families and hospitals. The role conflict of the women health professionals cause tension, anxiety, stress and even family disorganization due to lack of cooperation from family members. Hence, there is need to manage role conflict by women health professionals. It is suggested to the family members of women health professionals to cooperate with their spouses in family matters and it is also suggested to the women health professionals to manage their stress by performing yoga and meditation and such other techniques, so as to control mental stress, strain and anxiety
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