# Browse Graduate Dissertations and Theses at Illinois by Title

• (2007)
This interpretive qualitative study explores the representation and lived experience of Black women who comprise the hip hop generation, or the post-civil rights generation for persons of color born between 1965-1984 ...

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• (2019-03-13)
The ability for an organism to maintain homeostasis is of the utmost importance from the smallest single-celled lifeform, to the largest blue whale. While the needs of these organisms may vary widely based on their ...

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• (2016-07-22)
Flood events are expected to increase in frequency and severity as climate change raises sea levels and intensifies regional precipitation events. The only permanent means of removing high risk homes from flood prone areas ...

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• (2016-04-28)
This thesis examines northwest Indiana homeowners' knowledge and awareness of septic systems, the maintenance and care actions that homeowners are currently performing, and potential barriers to septic system maintenance. ...

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• (1978)

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• (1970)

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• (1986)
Transport and reaction in a porous electrode containing gas-liquid flow and a dissolved catalyst were studied. Dimensionless criteria were developed for the selection and evaluation of candidate catalysts.

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• (1988)
This work is an investigation of the kinetics of the uncatalyzed and homogeneously catalyzed oxidation of p-chlorophenol in water near the critical point. The temperatures and pressures studied range from 310$\sp\circ$C ...

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• (1981)
Mechanistic studies of the oxidation of various substituted phenols to benzoquinones by Co(II) bis(salicylidene-(gamma)-iminopropyl)-methylamine, CoSalMDPT are described in Chapter I. The reaction is first order in {O(,2)}, ...

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• (1976)

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• (2015-04-23)
The research presented here uses homogenization as a tool to estimate the effective properties of heterogeneous materials with varying microstructures. Separation of scales (Micro (d), Meso(δ), Macro (L)), in these ...

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• (1969)

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• (2005)
All three of the cadherins investigated in this thesis formed strong heterophilic bonds at three ectodomain alignments. Of the three, the inner bond (strongest) corresponding to full ectodomain overlap, did not exhibit ...

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• (1995)
In this paper, we present two new spines for ribbon disc complements. We describe Craggs's 3-dimensional spine and introduce a 2-dimensional spine ${\cal W}\sp2$ which we show satisfies the homotopy reciprocity law. We ...

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• (2006)
We use the language of homotopy topoi, as developed by Lurie [17], Rezk [21], Simpson [23], and ToenVezossi [24], in order to provide a common foundation for equivariant homotopy theory and derived algebraic geometry. In ...

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• (2002)
Dietary antioxidants might prevent oxidative damage to tissues and therefore protect against chronic diseases. Previous research demonstrated that honeys from various floral sources exhibit significant antioxidant activity, ...

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• (2015-01-21)
There has been a decrease in the numbers of pollinators, and pollinator refuges are needed to confront risks associated with the effects brought about by the pollinator shortage. This research studies the potential of using ...

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• (1970)

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• (1956)

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