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    Archeology at Scott\u27s Lake: Exploratory Research 1972, 1973

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    A Two-Dimensional Mathematical Model of a Porous Lead Dioxide Electrode in a Lead-Acid Cell

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    A two-dimensional mathematical model is presented for a lead dioxide electrode in a lead-acid cell. It is used to simulate the time dependent behavior of the electrode during discharge. The model contains six dependent variables: the concentration of the acid electrolyte, the porosity, the electrical potentials of the solid and solution phases, and the two directional components of the current density in the electrolyte. The effect of the electrode grid was included by varying the conductivity of the solid. Parameters such as electrode conductivity, electrode dimensions, and temperature are investigated to understand their effects on electrode discharge performance

    \u3cem\u3ePolitical Demography of Korea\u3c/em\u3e

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    President\u27s Page

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    Robert Burns, James Johnson, and the Manuscript of The German Lairdie

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    Reports, illustrates, and assesses a fragment of manuscript music now in the G. Ross Roy Collection at the University of South Carolina, for Burns\u27s song The German Lairdie, headed in Burns\u27s hand, and possibly with the music in his hand also. A note with the fragment, which was exhibited as Burns\u27s autograph in 1896, states that it had been sent by Burns to the Edinburgh editor and publisher James Johnson, for inclusion in his Scots Musical Museum

    The Computer History Museum, Mountain View, California

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    The Daily Gamecock, Monday, December 2, 2013

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