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These test problems were used by the author as weekly control works for the first year physics students at Novosibirsk State University in 2005. Solutions of the problems are also given. The problems were taken from or inspired by the sources that are listed at the end of the book. Some problems are fairly hard to solve and their main purpose is just to communicate some interesting facts to the students. The problems are arranged according to the program of the introductory mechanics course adopted at Novosibirsk State University. The following textbook (in Russian) Yu.I. Belchenko, E.A. Gilev, Z.K. Silagadze, Problems in mechanics of particles and bodies (http://shop.rcd.ru/details/1121), contains much more problems that have been used in seminars, students'' homework and in the written examinations during many years.
The present book deals with the use of agro by-products in Solid State Fermentation(SSF) processes. Initially, an overview about the generation of these by-products and their chemical composition has been presented. The aim of this book is collect the information regarding to solid-state fermentation and lipase production form these solid wastes. In the sequence, the characteristics of SSF for lipase production systems and variables that affect the product formation by this process are reviewed and discussed. Finally, potential applications of lipase for the obtainment of value added compounds. This book is also incorporated the potential of lipase production by oil cakes available in north India zone and their characterization. This book may be helpful for academician as well as researcher as a reference book in field of fermentation.
Both a declaration of war or actual hostilities would amount to a violation of article 2 (4) of the UN Charter. However, it is not inconceivable that a declaration of war could be a proportionate measure of self-defence and thus compatible with the UN Charter. This is confirmed by references to a “state of war” in state practice, international instruments, and municipal legislation. Yet, it is undeniable that not all armed conflicts constitute war. Hence the question arises whether there is any need to distinguish between “wars” and “conflicts not amounting to wars”. This paper argues that the concept of war has not been made redundant by the UN Charter regime on the use of force. Not only has the state of war not become legally irrelevant to international law by virtue of article 2 (4) of the UN Charter, but, quite on the contrary, the state of war has become “more relevant than ever”. The actions bringing about a state of war are now illegal whereas before the adoption of article 2 (4) they laid within the discretion of each state. At most, the Charter regime has rendered as obsolete the notion that states are free to decide when to engage in war.
Human Rights violations by states are one of the major focal points in recent international law studies, the notion is heavily debated and there are conflicting approaches over the interpretation of the respective doctrines. The book tries to shed light on human rights violations conducted by the state and its officials and the subsequent attempt of states to escape responsibility by appealing to international norms such as the state immunity norm. It reveals the imminent clash between Human Rights Conventions protecting the individual and the State Immunity norm protecting the state.
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Discover the treasures of America with this unique coloring book featuring beautifully illustrated maps and key facts of each of the fifty states, printed on perforated scalloped pages reminiscent of vintage diner placemats. Take a trip across the United States, from Maine to Hawaii, Alaska to Florida, and every state in-between without leaving your home! Inspired by original road-stop cafe paper placemats from the 1950s and ’60s, each page of America State by State is devoted to one of the fifty states. Every illustrated map features quirky drawings noting the state’s key destinations—including places and monuments—popular drinks, foods, and sports, as well as the state bird and flower. Imitating the style, size, and design of those classic placemats of every Baby Boomer’s childhood, each page of America State by State is scallop-edged (even on the perforated edge) making them easy to remove, color, and frame—or use as placemats at home.