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Chemical.Engineering.[By..Ahmad.Amino] ISSN 2195-9555 Volume 28, Issue 11 In: SCIS. . by Rahman Amini Ahmed Chemical.Engineering.[By..Ahmad.Amino] The impact of solvents on the gas to liquid (G/L) flow behavior of ionic liquids was studied. The change in the behavior was explained in terms of solute and solvent properties and their interaction. The effects of the same solvents were examined on the two-phase flow of gas-free 1-butyl-3-methylimidazolium hexafluorophosphate ([BMIM][PF6]) and its nanostructures. A relation was found between the viscosity of the ionic liquids and the nanostructure. References External links KJU Professor's Website Category:1964 births Category:Living people Category:KTH Royal Institute of Technology alumni Category:Norwegian chemical engineers Category:Norwegian University of Science and Technology faculty Category:Norwegian chemical industry Category:Norwegian chemical engineersQ: Is there a way to make a drag and drop handler more dynamic in Java? I am working on a Swing Application and my drag and drop handler appears to be very limiting. Basically, I want the user to be able to add and remove widgets from a given group without having to re-write every time. I have a form that will allow the user to drag and drop from one group to another, but I cannot find a way to make it more dynamic. Is there a way to have it handle mouse over and mouse out events, and fire and interrupt those events to allow for multiple drag and drop events in the same window? A: Add it to the list of all the items that can be dragged, and then allow the mouse move events to change which item is currently on the screen, and which item can be dragged. Assessing the Health Status of a Population Through Telephone Survey in Brazil. This study investigated the feasibility of using a telephone survey to measure morbidity in a population, using the Family Health Strategy in Brazil as an example. The survey was conducted with individuals aged ≥12 years from the Cardiometabolic Health of Primary Care Patients (PIBA) study, comprising 74 municipalities, in the State of São Paulo in Brazil, between

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