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158 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
  • Moral psychology
  • Cooperation problems
  • Theories
  • Contractarianism
  • Ethics engines
  • Avoiding collisions
  • Saving lives
  • Keeping the peace.
Green Library
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902 pages
Engineering Library (Terman)
ENGR-205-01
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pages cm
Green Library
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ix, 140 pages ; 26 cm.
Law Library (Crown)
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1 online resource.
  • TADF Material Design: Photophysical Background and Case Studies Focusing on Cu(I) and Ag(I) Complexesa / Hartmut Yersin, Rafał Czerwieniec, Marsel Z Shafikov, Alfiya F Suleymanova
  • Highly Emissive d10 Metal Complexes as TADF Emitters with Versatile Structures and Photophysical Properties / Koichi Nozaki, Munetaka Iwamura
  • Luminescent Dinuclear Copper(I) Complexes with Short Intramolecular Cu-Cu Distances / Akira Tsuboyama
  • Molecular Design and Synthesis of Metal Complexes as Emitters for TADF-Type OLEDs / Masahisa Osawa, Mikio Hoshino
  • Ionic [Cu(NN)(PP)]+ TAD9727 F Complexes with Pyridine-based Diimine Chelating Ligands and Their Use in OLEDs / Rongmin Yu, Can-Zhong Lu
  • Efficiency Enhancement of Organic Light-Emitting Diodes Exhibiting Delayed Fluorescence and Nonisotropic Emitter Orientation / Tobias D Schmidt, Wolfgang Brütting
  • TADF Kinetics and Data Analysis in Photoluminescence and in Electroluminescence / Tiago Palmeira, Mário N Berberan-Santos
  • Intersystem Crossing Processes in TADF Emitters / Christel M Marian, Jelena Föller, Martin Kleinschmidt, Mihajlo Etinski
  • The Role of Vibronic Coupling for Intersystem Crossing and Reverse Intersystem Crossing Rates in TADF Molecules / Thomas J Penfold, Jamie Gibson
  • Exciplex: Its Nature and Application to OLEDs / Hwang-Beom Kim, Dongwook Kim, Jang-Joo Kim
  • Thermally Activated Delayed Fluorescence Materials Based on Donor-Acceptor Molecular Systems / Ye Tao, Runfeng Chen, Huanhuan Li, Chao Zheng, Wei Huang
  • Photophysics of Thermally Activated Delayed Fluorescence / Andrew Monkman
  • Thioxanthone (TX) Derivatives and Their Application in Organic Light-emitting Diodes / Xiaofang Wei, Ying Wang, Pengfei Wang
  • Solution-Processed TADF Materials and Devices Based on Organic Emitters / Nidhi Sharma, Michael Yin Wong, Ifor DW Samuel, Eli Zysman-Colman
  • Status and Next Steps of TADF Technology: An Industrial Perspective / Alhama Arjona-Esteban, Daniel Volz.
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1 volume (various pagings) ; 28 cm
Science Library (Li and Ma)
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xv, 263 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 25 cm.
  • 1 Qualitative Characterization of Household Greywater in Developing Countries: A Comprehensive Review - Al-Gheeti AA, Mohamed RMSR, Efaq AN, M.K. Amir Hashim 1.1 Introduction1.2 Definition of Greywater1.3 Sources and Quantity of Greywater in Developing Countries1.4 Qualitative Characteristics of Household Greywater1.4.1 General Composition1.4.2 Physical Characteristics1.4.3 Chemical Characteristics1.4.3.1 Heavy Metals1.4.3.2 Organic Micro-Pollutants (OMPs) in Greywater1.4.4 Microbiological Characteristics1.4.4.1 Indicator Bacteria1.5 Conclusion1.6 References 2 Consequences of Improper Disposal of Greywater - Efaq AN, Al-Gheethi AA, Mohamed RM, AbdulSamad Hazza'a, M.K. Amir Hashim 2.1 Introduction2.2 Microbial Risks2.3 Chemical Risks2.3.1 Xenobiotic Organic Compounds (XOCs)2.3.2 Eutrophication2.3.3 Heavy Metals2.4 Regulations for Discharge of Greywater2.5 Conclusion2.6 References 3 Determination of Pathogenic Organisms in Greywater - Al-Gheethi AA, Efaq AN, Mohamed RMSR, M.K. Amir Hashim 3.1 Introduction3.2 Culture Based Methods3.2.1 Dilution and Spread Plate Procedures3.2.2 Membrane Filtration (MF) Methods3.2.3 Enriched Method3.2.4 Direct Isolation of Pathogenic Bacteria on Selective Media3.3 Non-Culture Methods3.3.1 Microscopic Detection3.3.2 Molecular Methods3.4 Pathogen Growth Potential (PGP) of Inactivated Pathogens in Treated Greywater3.5 Conclusion3.6 References 4 A Reuse of Greywater for Irrigation Purposes - Al-Gheethi AA, Mohamed RMSR, Efaq AN, M.K. Amir Hashim 4.1 Introduction4.2 Adverse Effects of Heavy Metals on Plant Growth4.3 Microbial Aspects of Reuse of Greywater in Agriculture4.4 Regulations for Reuse of Greywater in Agriculture4.5 Conclusion4.6 References 5 A Potential Reuse of Greywater in Developed and Developing Countries - Mohamed RMSR, Al-Gheethi AA, M.K. Amir Hashim, Martin Anda, Stewart Dallas5.1 Introduction5.2 Weather of Perth, Australia, and Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia5.3 Residential Water Consumption in Perth5.4 Residential Water Consumption in Malaysia5.5 Water Scarcity5.5.1 Quantity Issues in Perth5.5.2 Quality Issues in Malaysia5.6 Greywater Treatment and Its Reuse Practice from a Global Perspective5.6.1 Greywater Treatment and Its Reuse Practice in Perth, Western Australia5.6.2 Greywater Treatment and Its Reuse Practice in Malaysia5.7 Greywater Treatment as a Means of Pollution Control5.8 Potential of Greywater Reuse in Malaysia5.9 Juggling the Differences in Adopting the Good Practice5.10 Institutional and Legal Issues5.11 Conclusion5.12 References 6 Management of Household Greywater (Storage and Treatment Technologies) - Al-Gheeti AA, Mohamed RMSR, Efaq AN, M.K. Amir Hashim 6.1 Introduction6.2 Storage of Greywater6.3 Treatment of Greywater6.3.1 Conventional Treatment Methods6.3.2 Constructed Wet Land System6.3.3 Membrane Reactor System6.3.4 Flocculation and Coagulation Process6.4 Conclusion6.5 References 7 Phycoremediation as a Green Technology for Removal of Nutrients from Greywater - Wurochekke AA, Mohamed RMSR, Al-Gheethi AA, Hauwa A, M.K. Amir Hashim 7.1 Introduction7.2 Phycoremediation Process7.2.1 Selection of Microalgae Species7.2.2 Factors Affecting Phycoremediation Process7.3 Removal Mechanism of Nutrients7.4 Advantages of Phycoremediation7.5 Microbiological Aspects of Phycoremediation7.6 Conclusino7.7 References 8 Bioremediation of Heavy Metals in Greywater - Al-Gheethi AA, Mohamed RMSR, Efaq AN, M.K. Amir Hashim 8.1 Introduction8.2 Chemical Removal of Heavy Metals8.3 Biological Removal of Heavy Metals8.3.1 Selection of the Most Potent Microorganisms for Removal of Heavy Metals8.3.2 Factors Affecting Heavy Metals Removal8.3.3 Removal Mechanism of Heavy Metals by Microorganism8.4 Conclusion8.5 References 9 Disinfection Technologies for Household Greywater - Al-Gheethi AA, Mohamed RMSR, Efaq AN, M.K. Amir Hashim 9.1 Introduction9.2 Chemical Disinfection Methods9.2.1 Chlorination9.2.2 Ozonation9.2.3 Natural Compounds9.3 Physical and Mechanical Disinfection Methods9.3.1 Irradiation Disinfection9.3.2 Thermal Disinfection9.3.3 Filtration System9.3.4 Solar Disinfection (SODIS)9.4 Conclusion9.5 References 10 Centralized and Decentralized Treatment Systems for Household Greywater in Rural Regions - Dilaeleyana AS, Athirah A, Mohamed RMSR, Al-Gheethi AA, M.K. Amir Hashim 10.1 Introduction10.2 Centralized Treatment Systems10.3 Decentralized Treatment Systems10.4 Advantages and Disadvantages of Centralized and Decentralized Systems10.5 Applicability of Decentralized Systems in Rural Regions10.6 Model Transport Simulation for Drainage Pollution10.6.1 Purpose of Model Transport10.6.2 Model Development of MATLAB/Simulink10.6.3 Advantages or Contribution of the Model Pollutant Transport10.7 Conclusion10.8 References 11 Recycling of Greywater for Production of Biomass and Bio-Products by Microalgae - Al-Gheethi AA, Mohamed RMSR, Efaq AN, M.K. Amir Hashim 11.1 Introduction11.2 Potential of Greywater as a Production Medium11.3 Harvesting of Biomass Yield11.3.1 Chemical Methods11.3.2. Physical Methods11.4 Extraction of Lipids and Proteins from Biomass Yield11.5 Conclusion11.6 References 12 Nanotechnology Application in Greywater Treatment - Efaq AN, Al-Gheethi AA, Mohamed RMSR, M.K. Amir Hashim 12.1 Introduction12.2 Utilization of Nanotechnology in Greywater Treatment12.3 Role of Microorganisms Used in Nanotechnology12.4 Selection of Nanomaterials12.5 Bio-Carrier System for Treatment of Greywater12.6 Conclusion12.7 References 13 Further Application of Greywater - Al-Gheeti AA, Mohamed RMSR, Efaq AN, M.K. Amir Hashim 13.1 Introduction13.2 Utilization of Greywater in Building and Construction13.3 Role of Microorganisms in Greywater in Generating Bio-Concrete13.4 Washing of Contaminated Soil by Greywater13.5 Desert Reclamation by Greywater13.6 Groundwater Recharge by Greywater13.7 Conclusion13.8 References.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9783319902685 20180723
This book reviews the consequences of improper disposal of greywater into the environment and the most appropriate treatment technologies for developing countries, focusing on the potential to reuse greywater as a production medium for biomass and bio-products. It also describes the quantities and qualitative characteristics, as well as the common practice of discharging greywater in developing countries, and highlights the associated health risks. Further, it compares the management of greywater in developed and developing countries and explores the advantages and disadvantages of various treatment technologies, discussing the reuse of greywater for irrigation purposes in arid and sub-arid countries, especially in the Middle East. The book shows the benefits of greywater and introduces low-cost technologies based on the available local facilities can be used to discharge, reuse, and recycle it.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9783319902685 20180723
Earth Sciences Library (Branner)
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  • Dedication Introduction PART I - THE CAREER PATH Chapter 1: What Does It Mean to be a Theatrical Mixer Chapter 2: History of Theatrical Sound Chapter 3: Different Positions in Theatrical Sound Chapter 4: Different Levels of Theatrical Sound PART II - THE PREP Chapter 5: Design Team's Job Chapter 6: Mixer's Job Chapter 7: The Shop Chapter 8: Build Schedule Chapter 9: Build Techniques PART III - THE TAKE-IN OR LOAD-IN Chapter 10: Design Team's Job Chapter 11: Mixer's Job Chapter 12: Unions Chapter 13: The Schedule PART IV - TECH Chapter 14: Tony Meola on Mixing Chapter 15: Design Team's Job Chapter 16: Mixer's Job Chapter 17: A2's Job (Mic'ing Techniques) Chapter 18: Troubleshooting Chapter 19: Mixing the Musical Chapter 20: My Advice to Mixers Chapter 21: Tips from the Pros Chapter 22: Suggested Projects for Mixers Epilogue Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780815367482 20180910
Mixing a Musical: Broadway Theatrical Sound Techniques, Second Edition pulls the curtain back on one of the least understood careers in live theatre: the role and responsibilities of the sound technician. This comprehensive book encompasses every position from shop crew labor to assistant designer to sound board operator and everything in between. Written in a clear and easy to read style, and illustrated with real-world examples of personal experience and professional interviews, Slaton shows you how to mix live theatre shows from the basics of equipment and set ups, using sound levels to creating atmosphere, emotion and tension to ensure a first rate performance every time. This new edition gives special attention to mixing techniques and practices. And, special features of the book include interviews with some of today's most successful mixers and designers.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780815367482 20180910
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volumes : illustrations ; 28 cm
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
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1 online resource ( xv, 526 pages) : illustrations (some color).
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xv, 194 pages ; 26 cm.
In this book, Osborne demonstrates why and how photography as photography has survived and flourished since the rise of digital processes, when many anticipated its dissolution into a generalized system of audio-visual representations or its collapse under the relentless overload of digital imagery. He examines how photography embodies, contributes to, and even in effect critiques how the contemporary social world is now imagined, how it is made present and how the concept and the experience of the Present itself is produced. Osborne bases his discussions primarily in cultural studies and visual cultural studies. Through an analysis of different kinds of photographic work in distinct contexts, he demonstrates how aspects of photography that once appeared to make it vulnerable to redundancy turn out to be the basis of its survival and have been utilized by much important photographic work of the last three decades.
Art & Architecture Library (Bowes)
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1 online resource (1 volume) : illustrations
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1 online resource.
Applying for grants, bidding for project funding or helping to sell products are part of the day to day life of a research scientist. Drawing on experience at leading research institutes and companies, the authors of this book turned to best practice in marketing to make 'selling science' interesting and rewarding for scientists.The central thesis of the book is that effective marketing means planning for the impact of research, and this is a skill that every scientist can easily acquire. It sets out a structured approach, supported by tools, checklists and hints from experience so that delivering impact from research becomes 'just the way things are done around here'. Starting with gathering background information (in much the same way as preparing the introduction to a scientific paper), the book describes methods to analyse the data and to implement a communication plan.The book is a valuable resource for research scientists from any discipline, and for team leaders wanting to involve members of their team in developing their organization's strategy.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781786345721 20181015
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  • Introduction to Sigma-delta Modulators: Fundamentals, Basic Architecture and Performance Metrics
  • Taxonomy of Sigma-delta Architectures
  • Circuit Errors in Switched-capacitor Sigma-delta Modulators
  • Circuit Errors and Compensation Techniques in Continuous-time Sigma-delta Modulators
  • Behavioral Modeling and High-level Simulation
  • Automated Design and Optimization of Sigma-deltaMs
  • Electrical Design of Sigma-deltaMs: From Systems to Circuits
  • Design Considerations of Sigma-deltaM Subcircuits
  • Practical Realization of Sigma-deltaMs: From Circuits to Chips
  • Frontiers, Trends and Challenges: Towards Next-generation Sigma-delta Modulators
  • State-space Analysis of Clock Jitter in CT-Sigma-deltaMs
  • SIMSIDES User Guide
  • SIMSIDES Block Libraries and Models.
Thoroughly revised and expanded to help readers systematically increase their knowledge and insight about Sigma-Delta Modulators Sigma-Delta Modulators (SDMs) have become one of the best choices for the implementation of analog/digital interfaces of electronic systems integrated in CMOS technologies. Compared to other kinds of Analog-to-Digital Converters (ADCs), Ms cover one of the widest conversion regions of the resolution-versus-bandwidth plane, being the most efficient solution to digitize signals in an increasingly number of applications, which span from high-resolution low-bandwidth digital audio, sensor interfaces, and instrumentation, to ultra-low power biomedical systems and medium-resolution broadband wireless communications. Following the spirit of its first edition, Sigma-Delta Converters: Practical Design Guide, 2nd Edition takes a comprehensive look at SDMs, their diverse types of architectures, circuit techniques, analysis synthesis methods, and CAD tools, as well as their practical design considerations. It compiles and updates the current research reported on the topic, and explains the multiple trade-offs involved in the whole design flow of Sigma-Delta Modulators--from specifications to chip implementation and characterization. The book follows a top-down approach in order to provide readers with the necessary understanding about recent advances, trends, and challenges in state-of-the-art Ms. It makes more emphasis on two key points, which were not treated so deeply in the first edition: It includes a more detailed explanation of Ms implemented using Continuous-Time (CT) circuits, going from system-level synthesis to practical circuit limitations. It provides more practical case studies and applications, as well as a deeper description of the synthesis methodologies and CAD tools employed in the design of converters. Sigma-Delta Converters: Practical Design Guide, 2nd Edition serves as an excellent textbook for undergraduate and graduate students in electrical engineering as well as design engineers working on SD data-converters, who are looking for a uniform and self-contained reference in this hot topic. With this goal in mind, and based on the feedback received from readers, the contents have been revised and structured to make this new edition a unique monograph written in a didactical, pedagogical, and intuitive style.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781119275787 20180917
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Silver holds three world records; it has the lowest contact resistance, highest electrical conductivity and the best thermal conductivity of all metals. The element's physical strength, brilliance and malleability leads to its many uses from electronics to optical applications. A new 'silver rush' has occurred following the recent discovery that silver, when divided to form particles at the nano scale, can take on new properties. Meanwhile, there has been an increase in regulations against environmental pollution of silver ions toxicity, which have caused numerous diseases and disorders in the marine, microbial, invertebrate and vertebrate community (including humans). Both of which have led to a great interest in silver recovery for both environmental toxicity and an economic point of view. Comprised of ten chapters, this book draws attention to the most advance technologies in silver recovery and recycling from various spent sources, which will appeal to research scientists and metallurgists. The state of the art in recovery of silver from different sources by hydrometallurgical and bio-metallurgical processing and varieties of leaching, cementing, reducing agents, adsorbents, and bio-sorbents are highlighted in this book.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781786344571 20180813