Layered

Layered


  • Release: 2016-04-19
  • Publisher: Abrams
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  • File: PDF, 288 page
  • ISBN: 9781613129432
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It’s time to venture beyond vanilla and chocolate and take your baking skills up a notch. We’re talking layers—two, three, four, or more! Create sky-high, bakery-quality treats at home with Tessa Huff’s 150 innovative recipes, which combine new and exciting flavors of cake, fillings, and frostings—everything from pink peppercorn cherry to bourbon butterscotch, and pumpkin vanilla chai to riesling rhubarb and raspberry chocolate stout. Including contemporary baking methods and industry tips and tricks, Layered covers every decorating technique you’ll ever need with simple instructions and gorgeous step-by-step photos that speak to bakers of every skill level—and to anyone who wants to transform dessert into layer upon layer of edible art.

101 Lasagnas   Other Layered Casseroles

101 Lasagnas Other Layered Casseroles


  • Release: 2020-12-08
  • Publisher: Tiller Press
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  • File: PDF, 192 page
  • ISBN: 9781982163211
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Enjoy lasagna every night of the week with this mix of classic and inventive lasagna recipes the whole family will love! Everyone is always looking for easy and delicious recipes to put on the table—and what’s more comforting than lasagna, the kind of food that satisfies from the moment the casserole is pulled from the oven, all hot and bubbly, with a mouthwatering aroma that fills the kitchen. But this isn’t your grandma’s lasagna. 101 Lasagnas & Other Layered Casseroles features 100 new creative takes on the traditional favorite, such as Skillet Beef and Sausage Lasagna, Asian Short Ribs with Wonton Noodles, Green Chile Chicken with Tortilla “Noodles,” Veggie Lasagna Pockets, and Apple Pie Lasagna, as well as basics on different sized pans and the variety of available noodles, including gluten-free. Or skip the pasta altogether and use fresh veggies instead. If it has layers, we’re considering it a lasagna—so pull out your casserole pans, roll up your sleeves, and get ready to give dinnertime some extra spice!

Investigation of Layered Tropospheric Structures Using Forward scatter Techniques

Investigation of Layered Tropospheric Structures Using Forward scatter Techniques


  • Release: 1970
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  • File: PDF, 33 page
  • ISBN: UOM:39015095133412
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A high-resolution forward-scatter system can be effectively used to study the tropospheric refractive-index structure over extended volumes of space. This report is a theoretical analysis of the performance of scan experiments in which the common volume is systematically moved through space by swinging the narrowbeam transmitter and receiver antennas in azimuth and elevation. Experimental evidence points toward a layered composition of the tropospheric refractive index. Various models of single or multiple layers of turbulent refractive-index perturbations, including vertical-layer widths that are a fraction of the common volume lateral dimensions, are used to simulate tropospheric conditions and to compute the spatial response of a narrowbeam forward-scatter system. The rather complex forward-scatter geometry along the great circle path and at a horizontal distance from it is evaluated in enough detail to allow accurate determination of scatter signals. The effect of specular contributions is included to show how a reflection term typically superposes on the scatter signal when the refractive-index field is analyzed. Refractive-index structures are constantly being changed and new ones produced by such parameters as wind and turbulence. Hence, the information obtained from the high-resolution forward-scatter system also relates to these parameters. (Author).

Layered Double Hydroxides

Layered Double Hydroxides


  • Release: 2001
  • Publisher: Nova Publishers
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  • File: PDF, 439 page
  • ISBN: 1590330609
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Layered double hydroxides are one of the variety of names given to a family of layered materials first discovered in Sweden in 1842. These materials are interesting because their layer cations can be changed among a wide selection, and the interlayer anion can also be (nearly) freely chosen. Like cationic clays, they can be pillared and can exchange interlayer species -- thus increasing applications and making new routes to derivatives. The principle areas of application include catalyst support, anion scavengers, polymer stabilisers, and antacids. In the last several years, reviews and studies of LDHs have dealt with these uses. This book aims to update the current body of LDH knowledge from a wide array of views. The first section addresses the synthesis and physiochemical characterisation of these materials, and section two focuses on the applications of LDHs.

Electronic Structure and Electronic Transitions in Layered Materials

Electronic Structure and Electronic Transitions in Layered Materials


  • Release: 1986-06-30
  • Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
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  • File: PDF, 517 page
  • ISBN: 9027721025
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This new volume in the series Physics and Chemistry of Materials with Layered Structures satisfies the need for a comprehensive review of the progress made in the decade 1972-1982 in the field of the electronic properties of layer compounds. Some recent theoretical and experimental developments are highlighted by authori tative physicists active in current research. The previous books of this series covering similar topics are volumes 3 and 4. The present review is mainly intended to fulfill the gap up to 1982 and part of 1983. I am indebted to all the authors for their friendly co-operation and continuous effort in preparing the contributions in their own fields of competence. I am sure that both the expertise scientists and the beginners in the field of the electronic properties of layered materials will find this book a valuable tool for their research work. Warm thanks are due to Prof. E. Mooser, General Editor of the series, for his constant and authoritative advice. * * * This book has been conceived as a tribute to Prof. Franco Bassani to whom the Italian tradition in the field of layer compounds, as well as in other fields of solid state physics, owes much. The authors of this review have all benefited at some time of their professional life from close cooperation with him. Istituto di Struttura della Materia, VINCENZO GRASSO Universitd di Messina IX V Grasso (ed.). Electronic Structure and Electronic Transitions in Layered Materials. ix.

Intercalated Layered Materials

Intercalated Layered Materials


  • Release: 1979-11-30
  • Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
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  • File: PDF, 578 page
  • ISBN: 902770967X
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Materials with layered structures remain an extensively investigated subject in current physics and chemistry. Most of the promising technological applications however deal with intercalation compounds of layered materials. Graphite intercalation compounds have now been known for a long time. Intercalation in transition metal dichalcogenides, on the other hand, has been investigated only recently. The amount of information on intercalated layered materials has increased far beyond the original concept for this volume in the series Physics and Chemistry of Materials with Layered Structures. The large size of this volume also indicates how important this field of research will be, not only in basic science, but also in industrial and energy applications. In this volume, two classes of materials are included, generally investigated by different scientists. Graphite intercalates and intercalates of other inorganic com pounds actually constitute separate classes of materials. However, the similarity between the intercalation techniques and some intercalation processes does not justify this separation, and accounts for the inclusion of both classes in this volume. The first part of the volume deals with intercalation processes and intercalates of transition metal dichalcogenides. Several chapters include connected topics necessary to give a good introduction or comprehensive review of these types of materials. Organic as well as inorganic intercalation compounds are treated. The second part includes contributions concerning graphite intercalates. It should be noted that graphite intercalation compounds have already been mentioned in Volumes I and V.

Handbook of Layered Materials

Handbook of Layered Materials


  • Release: 2004-03-23
  • Publisher: CRC Press
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  • File: PDF, 664 page
  • ISBN: 0203021355
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Focusing on layered compounds at the core of materials intercalation chemistry, this reference comprehensively explores clays and other classes of materials exhibiting the ability to pillar, or establish permanent intracrystalline porosity within layers. It offers an authoritative presentation of their fundamental properties as well as summaries of