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    • 12 GC/MS chromatographs of the ethyl acetate extraction of methamphetamine are shown in Figures 4-11. Peaks at 2.5, 4.1, and 5.9 and 6.7 minutes indicate the presence of DMS, methamphetamine, and two unidentified peaks by GC-MS respectively and are...
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    • 14 MS analysis in Figure 6 contains ion fragment peaks at 148.1, 91.1 and 58.1 (most intense) m/z corresponding to the GC peak at 4.7 minutes, indicates methamphetamine. The library search chromatograph for methamphetamine is shown in Figure...
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    • 16 MS analysis in Figure 8 contains ion fragment peaks at 149.0, 91.1, 74.1 (most intense) and 58.1 m/z corresponding to the GC peak at 5.9 minutes (1.48%), indicates unidentified peak A. Figure 8: GC-MS spectra of ethyl acetate extraction of...
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    • 17 MS analysis in Figure 9 contains ion fragment peaks at 148.1, 117.1, 91.1 (most intense) and 56.1m/z corresponding to the GC peak at 6.7 minutes (5.45%), indicates unidentified peak B. Figure 10 illustrates the GC chromatographs of the extracted...
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    • 21 CHAPTER FOUR: DISCUSSION AND CONCLUSIONS Methamphetamine Impurities The hypothesis, that a distinct pattern of impurities present in illicit methamphetamine specimens could be characterized by GC/MS, was supported during this research, despite...
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    • rock had to he heated by fires in order to break it more easily. Dirt and other material had to he carried to cover the rock that couldn't be hroken. Pretty soon Mr. Parry told Henry he thought he would sooner walk. Henry thought that was pretty...
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    • 8 Another more recently developed method that identifies genomic differences employs qPCR and amplicon melting temperature variation. Many detection formats have been developed since the qPCR technique was first developed in 1996 (Real Time PCR,...
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    • CORE STABILITY AND AGILITY 34 Chapter 5 Discussion There tends to be a fundamental belief that an athlete with high levels of core stability and strength will manifest a greater degree of athletic ability, or that optimal core stability...
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    • CORE STABILITY AND AGILITY 37 rest was given between the two agility test performances. It was assumed that the rest period would allow the participant to adequately recover, and thus perform maximally on subsequent trials. However, participants...
    • Diary, 1898 Summary

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    • SUMMARY OF YEAR 1898 Following the last daily entry, Dec. 31, 1898, there are many pages of miscellaneous information. There are two pages of index wherein he lists mostly dates of leaving home, leaving the ranch, returning home, etc. He even...
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    • 22 CHAPTER 4: DISCUSSION & CONCLUSIONS Real Time PCR and Melting Temperature Alleles This study provided evidence supporting Hypothesis 1 that results generated from qPCR and SYBR Green 1 fluorescent labeling confirms the presence of aDNA in...
    • 1901, inside back cover 2

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    • Inside Back Cover Right Side.: William Louis Crawford, Springdale, Washington County, Utah Friday, Oct. 4th. 1901. Herding sheep in Willow Canyon, Iron County, Utah. For James Robinson of Paragonah Utah. Camp about three fourths of a mile north of...
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    • my new house, and the first thing they did was to find it. They tried to scare us into giving them more stuff Anyway, we finally got rid of them and they camped that night just over the hill from us. We kept our saddle horses hid out in the...
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    • KUDZU Leadership 27 I appreciate a boss wanting to keep a good employee (which of course I am) within his or her work group, but I immediately began the process of “psychologically leaving” (Herzberg, Mausner and Snyderman, 1959, p. 88) that...
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    • Heaton and Bill were in Pearson on foot, so they walked the eight miles to Colonia Juarez. Edward had previously been down in Mexico for a few days and caught one of their mules with some other horses n and put them i a pasture there. The...
    • 1904, Jan 4

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    • Mon. Jan. 4, 1904: Ther. Pleasant. Wea. Clouds running east Herded the same as yesterday only farther up. Photographed the lone peak, Banner Butte Myron came about dusk. 1) Tuesday 5: + Ther. 24., 7 am 6 pm 32., Cold breeze., Wea. Mostly cldy. I...
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    • Music at the B. A. C. \ the close of last year it seemed ^that the Music department at the College had taken quite a slump. Four years ago four strong teachers headed the band, strings, piano, and vocal departments. Great things were done, good...
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    • TRACK Track Team . . . reached a new peak at the Branch College this year under the able coaching of "Eddie" Peterson . . . Sorority Relays, a dual meet with Dixie, and the Junior College Meet spurred the hoys on . . . truly a team to he proud of ....
    • 1904, Mar 16

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    • Wed. Mar. 16, 1904: Ther. Warm., Wea. Clouds. We watered at the Clay holes again and pulled on out to the point of Cedars about four miles norht-west of yellowstone. I moved camp this pm and took the horses to water. 32) Thursday 17: + Ther....

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