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ACORN – theory and practice Yao Jia-xing*, I, M. M. WoolfsonII, K. S. WilsonI and E. J. DodsonI I University of York, Department of Chemistry, Heslington, York YO10 5DD, UK II University of York, Department of Physics, Heslington, York YO10 5DD, UK Received April 30, 2002; accepted August 29, 2002 Abstract. ACORN is a flexible and general procedure for the ab initio solution of protein structures when atomic resolution data are available. It has two components – ACORN-MR that locates a single atom or a fragment of the structure and ACORN-PHASE that refines the

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to the sequence of actions to which each acorn must be subjected. Such sequence is presented in Figure 1 . Figure 1: Sequence of actions to which each acorn must be subjected. The first step in the considered sequence of actions is the delivery of acorns. This action is performed by a vibrating feeder as presented in Figure 2 . It can take acorns from their large amount (for example, a content of full barrel) and it creates a queue going a spiral road up to the place where they are picked up by the described automaton. Figure 2: Vibratory feeder as the input

/Stärke 54 (2002) 217-234. [5] Huang J, Schols HA, Soest JJG, Jin Z, Sulmann E, Voragen AGJ: Physicochemical properties and amylopectin chain profiles of cowpea, chickpea and yellow pea starches, Food Chem. 101 (2007) 1338-1345. [6] Kim JO, Lee MJ: Studies on some physicochemical properties of the acorn starch, Korean J. Food Sci. Technol. 8 (1976) 230-235. [7] Kobayashi M: Study on the rheological properties and effects of tannin components of acorn starch gel, J. Home Econ. Kor. 23 (1985) 33-47. [8] Lee HA, Kim NH, Nishinari K: DSC and rheological studies of the effect

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Thermal-treated carbons from acorn and cypress cone were prepared and characterized. The uptakes of heavy metal ions (Ag+, Cd2+ and Cr+3) and organics (phenol, methylene blue and sodium dodecylbenzenesulfonate) from aqueous solution have been studied. Effects of activation by HCl and HNO3 acids on the sorption properties of these carbons were investigated by mass titration, sorption isotherms, IRS, SEM and XRS. The models of Langmuir and Freundlich do not represent our sorption data very well. An earlier proposed empirical correlation is applied successfully to carry out a parameter of comparison between the studied carbons. The acidic treatment changes the surface chemical properties of the two thermal-treated carbons lowering their sorption performances. The carbons show good capacities to uptake metals, phenol and methylene blue, but sodium dodecylbenzenesulfonate is removed from its solutions to minor extent. The up-taking properties are found similar to those of two worldwide used commercial grade carbons.

15. The Family as Caregiver Sonia Acorn, RN, PhD No longer are health professionals the only providers of care. Today, with an increase in the number of people with disabilities and chronic illnesses, and the growing number of elderly, many people find themselves in the role of 'caregiver/ This is evident in the vital role that family caregivers play in providing care to survivors of brain injury. However, those who provide care to a family member should be aware of the long-term effects that caregiving has on their own health. It is important for them to take