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The main factors influencing canine demodicosis treatment outcome and determination of optimal therapy
(Springer, New York, 2015)
The main idea of this research was to evaluate the efficacy of canine demodicosis conventional treatments using mathematical analyses. All available papers published between 1980 and 2014 were used in this study. One hundred ...
Effects of mechanical activation on the parameters of talc quality for ceramics production - Chemometric approach
(Elsevier Sci Ltd, Oxford, 2015)
Talc is broadly used in the ceramic materials industry, either as a basic raw material, or as filler, due to its chemical inertia, fragmentation proneness, thermal stability, and refractoriness. The mechanical activation ...
The effects of chemical composition and firing temperature in heavy clay brick production - Chemometric approach
(Expert Fachmedien GmbH, 2014)
Factors influencing final clay brick properties are numerous, since the raw materials are highly heterogeneous. The chemometric approach is rarely used in analysis in this field, although it could significantly improve ...
Non-typical defects on surfaces of ceramic and roof tiles: Nature and the causes
(ModTech Publishing House, 2015)
This research was conducted to identify the nature and the cause of non-typical defects which appeared on the visible surfaces of ceramic and roof tiles. Microstructural analysis was conducted via optical microscope and ...