SHAREOK is the joint institutional repository for the University of Oklahoma Libraries (OU) and Oklahoma State University Libraries (OSU). It serves as the home for the intellectual output of both communities, and will ultimately include digital dissertations, faculty publications, digital special collections, open access publications, open educational resources and much more.
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(The University of Oklahoma., 1965)
(2015-01)I consider this question in light of Slote’s proposal for an ‘agent-based’ account of social justice, on which we can evaluate a society in terms of the morally virtuous motives being expressed in the ‘actions’ of laws, ...
(2001)A symmetry-based vibrational analysis is used to interpret bands in crystalline polymer-salt compounds. Vibrational spectroscopic data of crystalline polymer:salt complexes reveal the presence of dynamic coupling of the ...
The working draft sequence of the Gram-positive bacteria Bacillus stearothermophilus strain 10 genome, its analysis, and annotation. (2002)A whole-genome random shotgun (WGS) sequencing method was used to obtain the working draft sequence. To date, over 99 percent of this approximately 3.4 Mbp Bacillus stearothermophilus genome has been sequenced from ...
Deconvolution and quantitation of severely overlapped chromatographic peaks using high performance liquid chromatography with multi-channel electrochemical detection. (2005)The chemometric approaches employing two-dimensional time-response information were a bit more reliable in providing accurate outcomes. Each of the PCR, PLS, and SIMPLS approaches accurately predicted with 95% certainty ...