MFCGMycosis Fungoides Cooperative Group (National Cancer Institute)
MFCGMagnetic Flux Compression Generator
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It is expected that urethane vibration and -NH stretching increase with the MFCG content increases, but the results revealed that this did not happen.
The compressive strength values were increased with increasing glycerol content for both PG and MFCG samples because the purity of glycerol was better and the number of closed cells increased.
As a result of this, the compressive strength of the rigid polyurethane foam, produced from biopolyols with MFCG, will be higher.
In this study, the compressive strength of samples was measured from 0,10038 to 0,20306 MPa for MFCG and from 0,1618 to 0,24522 MPa for PG.
For samples with MFCG, cell sizes are measured between 125 [micro]m and 300 [micro]m.
In this research, diameter of closed cells for all samples (CG, MFCG, and PG) was measured smaller than other samples which were produced with palm based polyol.
Thermal conductivity values of all samples, with CG, MFCG, and PG, were higher than commercial PUF.
On the other hand, thermal stabilities of PUF with preparation of MFCG samples are similar to CPP.
30% mixing ratio has also acceptable results for MFCG and PG, except CG because of methanol content.
As a result of this study, MFCG will be used to produce biopolyols; comparing the mechanical and thermal values of CG and MFCG, MFCG is more effective than CG.
Erich MEUTHEN, Der Fall von Konstantinopel und der lateinische Westen, en MFCG 16 (1984) 35-60 y los testimonios de la epoca ahi citados, asi como los dos volumenes de testimonios sobre el suceso editados por Agostino PERTUSI, La caduta di Constantinopoli, Fondazione Lorenzo Valla/ Arnoldo Mondadori, Milano 3 1997: <<Le testimonianze dei contemporanei>> (vol.
Zur Religionsauffassung des Nikolaus von Kues, en <<Archiv fur Kulturgeschichte>>, 36 (1954) 145-201; Maurice DE GANDILLAC, Una religio in rituum varietate, en MFCG 9 (1911) 92-105; Id., Das Ziel der una religio in varietate rituum, en MFCG 16 (1984) 192-204; Josef STALLMACH, Einheit der Religion--Friede unter den Religionen.