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Indo-Myanmar Cross-Border Trade
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End of the Cold War followed by successful conclusion of the Uruguay Round in the last decade of the twentieth century saw a surge in economic integration among countries around the globe. The climate of trans-national economic cooperation opened up the prospect of increased cross-border trade among neighbouring countries. In virtually land-locked Northeast Region of India, which is surrounded by China, Myanmar, Bangladesh and Bhutan, border trade came to be seen as the means of breaking free from the shackles of geographical isolation that had inflicted the region since partition of the country in 1947. However, as years rolled by without border trade imparting any visible impact, optimism started to give way to scepticism. The present work takes up a detailed probe into the prospects of Indo-Myanmar border trade and comes up with a number of alternative scenarios. It concludes with identification of critical areas of intervention for realising the best case scenario. The book should be of interest to anyone concerned with the economy and the society in the troubled territories of Northeast India and Myanmar.

Anbieter: Dodax
Stand: 25.09.2020
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Phytochemicals from Dalbergia stipulacea Roxb &...
71,90 € *
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The researchers of chemistry subject at the universities/institute levels are exposed to heavy doses of descriptive and theoretical material, which make it difficult for them to hold the subject. I, therefore, thought it desirable to restructure the subject-matter in the field of natural products chemistry in a way that would not only sustain the interest of the students but also develop the methodology and concept of the modern techniques of plant chemistry. It is primarily intended to serve as a textbook 'Phytochemicals from Dalbergia stipulacea Roxb & Morina longifolia Wall' for the MSc honors, PhD and Postdoctoral researchers. This book contains 06 chapters and is further partition of concerning topics. The language is simple, explanation clear and presentation very systematic. The subject matter is modern, error-free and up-to-date. A book contains the innovative isolation and characterization techniques for the subject to enhance the research skills for betterment.

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Analysis of Volatiles
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Frontmatter -- PREFACE -- ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS -- SAMPLE PREPARATION -- PREREQUISITES FOR SAMPLE PREPARATION IN FLAVOUR ANALYSIS / Sugisawa, Hiroshi -- COMPARISON OF METHODS FOR THE ISOLATION OF VOLATILE COMPOUNDS FROM AQUEOUS MODEL SYSTEMS / Leahy, M.M. / Reineccius, G.A. -- SELECTIVE ENRICHMENT OF VOLATILES BY GAS-WATER PARTITION IN CON- AND COUNTERCURRENT COLUMNS / Piringer, Otto / Sköries, Heinrich -- ANALYTICAL TECHNIQUES -- STATE-OF-THE-ART FUSED SILICA CAPILLARY GAS CHROMATOGRAPHY: FLAVOR PROBLEM APPLICATIONS / Jennings, Walter / Takeoka, Gary -- NEW DEVELOPMENTS IN ENANTIOMER SEPARATION BY CAPILLARY GAS CHROMATOGRAPHY / König, Wilfried Α. -- COMPARISON OF GLC CAPILLARIES / Günther, W. / Klöckner, Κ. -- THE USE OF ATD-50 SYSTEM WITH FUSED SILICA CAPILLARIES IN DYNAMIC HEADSPACE ANALYSIS / Kristensson, Jan -- COUPLED GAS CHROMATOGRAPHIC METHODS FOR SEPARATION, IDENTIFICATION, AND QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS OF COMPLEX MIXTURES: MDGC, GC-MS, GC-IR, LC-GC / Schomburg, G. / Husmann, H. / Podmaniczky, L. / Weeke, F. -- CONCENTRATION AND GC-MS ANALYSIS OF TRACE VOLATILES BY SORPTION- DESORPTION TECHNIQUES / Nitz, S. / Jülich, E. -- THE ANALYSIS OF TRACE COMPONENTS USING THE TOTAL TRANSFER TECHNIQUE IN COUPLED COLUMN SYSTEMS / Oreans, Manfred / Müller, Friedhelm / Leonhard, Dietrich / Heim, Achim -- CAPILLARY GC-FTIR ANALYSIS OF VOLATILES: HRGC-FTIR / Herres, Werner -- APPLICATION OF DIRECT CARBON-13 NMR SPECTROSCOPY IN THE ANALYSIS OF VOLATILES / Kubeczka, Karl-Heinz / Formácek, Viktor -- APPLICATIONS -- APPLICATION OF HIGH RESOLUTION CAPILLARY COLUMNS ON FLAVOR AND FRAGRANCE ANALYSIS / Shibamoto, Takayuki -- THE ANALYSIS OF ODOR-ACTIVE VOLATILES IN GAS CHROMATOGRAPHIC EFFLUENTS / Acree, Terry E. / Barnard, John -- SIGNIFICANCE OF THE SNIFFING-TECHNIQUE FOR THE DETERMINATION OF ODOUR THRESHOLDS AND DETECTION OF AROMA IMPACTS OF TRACE VOLATILES / Drawert, F. / Christoph, N. -- THE USE OF HRGC-FTIR IN TROPICAL FRUIT FLAVOUR ANALYSIS / Schreier, Peter / Idstein, Heinz / Herres, Werner -- THE APPLICATION OF HIGH AND LOW RESOLUTION MASS SPECTROMETRY IN GC/MS COUPLING FOR ANALYZING COMPLEX VOLATILE MIXTURES OF PLANT TISSUE CULTURES / Lange, Gerda / Schultze, Wulf -- FORMATION AND ANALYSIS OF OPTICALLY ACTIVE AROMA COMPOUNDS / Tressl, Roland / Engel, Karl-Heinz -- STEREOISOMERS OF FRUIT FLAVOUR SUBSTANCES - SOME ASPECTS OF SYNTHESIS AND ANALYSIS / Mosandl, A. / Heusinger, G. -- SIMULTANEOUS DISTILLATION ADSORPTION AND ITS APPLICATION / Sugisawa, Hiroshi / Chen, Chokou / Nabeta, Kensuke -- A "CLOSED-LOOP-STRIPPING" TECHNIQUE AS A VERSATILE TOOL FOR METABOLIC STUDIES OF VOLATILES / Boland, Wilhelm / Ney, Peter / Jaenicke, Lothar / Gassmann, Günter -- APPLICATION OF A DYNAMIC HEADSPACE PROCEDURE IN FRUIT FLAVOUR ANALYSIS / Dirinck, P. / De Pooter, H. / Willaert, G. / Schamp, N. -- HEADSPACE ANALYSIS FOR THE STUDY OF AROMA COMPOUNDS IN MILK AND DAIRY PRODUCTS / Badings, H.T. / Jong, C. de -- SORPTIVE ENRICHMENT AND ANALYSIS OF VOLATILE COMPOUNDS IN DRINKING JUICES / Adam, Sieghard -- VOLATILES IN RELATION TO AROMA IN THE BERRIES OF RUBUS ARCTICUS COLL. / Kallio, Heikki / Lapveteläinen, Anja / Hirvi, Timo / Suihko, Meri / Honkanen, Erkki -- ANALYSIS OF COFFEE HEADSPACE PROFILES BY MULTIVARIATE STATISTICS / Liardon, Rémy / Ott, Ursula / Daget, Nicole -- AUTHOR INDEX -- SUBJECT INDEX -- Backmatter

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Civil Society, Associations and Urban Places
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In recent years the concept of 'civil society' has become central to the historian's understanding of class, cultural and political power in the nineteenth-century town and city. Increasingly clubs and voluntary societies have been regarded as an important step in the formation of formal political parties, particularly for the working and middle classes. The result of this is the assertion that the more associations existing in a particular society, the deeper democracy becomes entrenched. In order to test this hypothesis, this volume brings together essays by an international group of urban historians who examine the construction of civil society from associational activity in the urban place. From their studies, it soon becomes clear that such simple propositions do not adequately reflect the dynamics of nineteenth-century urban society and politics. Urban associations were ideological in purpose and deliberately discriminatory and as such set the boundaries of civil society. Thus competing and segmented associations were not only an indication of pluralism and strength, but also highlighted a fundamental weakness when faced down by the interests of the state. Through a wide array of urban associations in a broad range of settings, comprising Austria and Bratislava, France and Italy, the Netherlands, Austro-Hungary, England, Scotland and the US, this volume reflects on the construction of class, nation and culture in the associations of the nineteenth-century urban place. In so doing it shows that a deep and interlocking civil society does not automatically lead to a rise in democratic activity. Expansion of the networks of urban association could equally result in greater subdivision and to the fragmentation and isolation of certain groups. Partition as much as coherence is our understanding of civil society and associations in the nineteenth-century urban place.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 25.09.2020
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Civil Society, Associations and Urban Places
54,90 CHF *
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In recent years the concept of 'civil society' has become central to the historian's understanding of class, cultural and political power in the nineteenth-century town and city. Increasingly clubs and voluntary societies have been regarded as an important step in the formation of formal political parties, particularly for the working and middle classes. The result of this is the assertion that the more associations existing in a particular society, the deeper democracy becomes entrenched. In order to test this hypothesis, this volume brings together essays by an international group of urban historians who examine the construction of civil society from associational activity in the urban place. From their studies, it soon becomes clear that such simple propositions do not adequately reflect the dynamics of nineteenth-century urban society and politics. Urban associations were ideological in purpose and deliberately discriminatory and as such set the boundaries of civil society. Thus competing and segmented associations were not only an indication of pluralism and strength, but also highlighted a fundamental weakness when faced down by the interests of the state. Through a wide array of urban associations in a broad range of settings, comprising Austria and Bratislava, France and Italy, the Netherlands, Austro-Hungary, England, Scotland and the US, this volume reflects on the construction of class, nation and culture in the associations of the nineteenth-century urban place. In so doing it shows that a deep and interlocking civil society does not automatically lead to a rise in democratic activity. Expansion of the networks of urban association could equally result in greater subdivision and to the fragmentation and isolation of certain groups. Partition as much as coherence is our understanding of civil society and associations in the nineteenth-century urban place.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 25.09.2020
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Phytochemicals from Dalbergia stipulacea Roxb &...
63,99 € *
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The researchers of chemistry subject at the universities/institute levels are exposed to heavy doses of descriptive and theoretical material, which make it difficult for them to hold the subject. I, therefore, thought it desirable to restructure the subject-matter in the field of natural products chemistry in a way that would not only sustain the interest of the students but also develop the methodology and concept of the modern techniques of plant chemistry. It is primarily intended to serve as a textbook 'Phytochemicals from Dalbergia stipulacea Roxb & Morina longifolia Wall' for the MSc honors, PhD and Postdoctoral researchers. This book contains 06 chapters and is further partition of concerning topics. The language is simple, explanation clear and presentation very systematic. The subject matter is modern, error-free and up-to-date. A book contains the innovative isolation and characterization techniques for the subject to enhance the research skills for betterment.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 25.09.2020
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Civil Society, Associations and Urban Places
45,99 € *
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In recent years the concept of 'civil society' has become central to the historian's understanding of class, cultural and political power in the nineteenth-century town and city. Increasingly clubs and voluntary societies have been regarded as an important step in the formation of formal political parties, particularly for the working and middle classes. The result of this is the assertion that the more associations existing in a particular society, the deeper democracy becomes entrenched. In order to test this hypothesis, this volume brings together essays by an international group of urban historians who examine the construction of civil society from associational activity in the urban place. From their studies, it soon becomes clear that such simple propositions do not adequately reflect the dynamics of nineteenth-century urban society and politics. Urban associations were ideological in purpose and deliberately discriminatory and as such set the boundaries of civil society. Thus competing and segmented associations were not only an indication of pluralism and strength, but also highlighted a fundamental weakness when faced down by the interests of the state. Through a wide array of urban associations in a broad range of settings, comprising Austria and Bratislava, France and Italy, the Netherlands, Austro-Hungary, England, Scotland and the US, this volume reflects on the construction of class, nation and culture in the associations of the nineteenth-century urban place. In so doing it shows that a deep and interlocking civil society does not automatically lead to a rise in democratic activity. Expansion of the networks of urban association could equally result in greater subdivision and to the fragmentation and isolation of certain groups. Partition as much as coherence is our understanding of civil society and associations in the nineteenth-century urban place.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 25.09.2020
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Civil Society, Associations and Urban Places
46,99 € *
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In recent years the concept of 'civil society' has become central to the historian's understanding of class, cultural and political power in the nineteenth-century town and city. Increasingly clubs and voluntary societies have been regarded as an important step in the formation of formal political parties, particularly for the working and middle classes. The result of this is the assertion that the more associations existing in a particular society, the deeper democracy becomes entrenched. In order to test this hypothesis, this volume brings together essays by an international group of urban historians who examine the construction of civil society from associational activity in the urban place. From their studies, it soon becomes clear that such simple propositions do not adequately reflect the dynamics of nineteenth-century urban society and politics. Urban associations were ideological in purpose and deliberately discriminatory and as such set the boundaries of civil society. Thus competing and segmented associations were not only an indication of pluralism and strength, but also highlighted a fundamental weakness when faced down by the interests of the state. Through a wide array of urban associations in a broad range of settings, comprising Austria and Bratislava, France and Italy, the Netherlands, Austro-Hungary, England, Scotland and the US, this volume reflects on the construction of class, nation and culture in the associations of the nineteenth-century urban place. In so doing it shows that a deep and interlocking civil society does not automatically lead to a rise in democratic activity. Expansion of the networks of urban association could equally result in greater subdivision and to the fragmentation and isolation of certain groups. Partition as much as coherence is our understanding of civil society and associations in the nineteenth-century urban place.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 25.09.2020
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