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During the last part decade or so, Jurgen Habermas has more and more hired the interview layout, either as a method of providing his altering perspectives on philosophical issues in an available means, and as a method of debating present social and political matters. This new, increased version of "Autonomy and harmony" comprises an extra 5 interviews during which Habermas discusses such topics because the background and importance of the Frankfurt college, the social and political improvement of post-war Germany, the ethical prestige of civil disobedience, the results of the "Historians' Dispute", and the functionality of nationwide id within the sleek international.

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Po (polonium) Structure: cub; T, = 527 K. No data found for this metal. 2 Thermal conductivity 40 above 50 K [Ref. p. 118 Pr (praseodymium) Structure: dhcp; T,= 1208 K. TIN 1 W /m Kl Ref. 3 - RRR ? 8 ? 13 - ? ‘) Values read from graph 0 200 400 600 800 K 1000 Fig. 37. Pr. Thermal conductivity vs. temperature. 1: [64Del], 2: [66Jol], 3: [76Zil], 4: [IlIvI]. 0 300 600 900 1200 1500 K 1800 Fig. 38. Pt. Thermal conductivity vs. temperature. 1: [66Lal], 2: sample 1 [66Mol], 3: sample 2 [66Mol], 4: [67Fll], 5: [67Mal], 6: [‘IODuI], 7: [70Tal], 8: [77Vel], 9: [86Bil].

MK 35 -x . m I ? JU Fig. 52. Ti. Thermal conductivity vs. temperaturd. 1: [SDel], 2: [59Whl], 3: [61Pol], 4: [69Bal], 5: [82Gel], 6: [85Pel], 7: [86Bil]. 2 Thermal conductivity above 50 K Ref. p. ) TCKI 1 Cw/mKl Ref. Remarks Method 58Del PC‘) Phase 86Bil L c 59Whl PC? 0 - - - RRR ? 20 ? 18 ? 7 - 9 ‘) Averaged from neighbouring values on two samples. ‘) Averaged from neighbouring values. ‘) Corrected for expansion. “) Compilation based on smoothing Lorenz ratio values. 3, Read from graph. 2 Thermal conductivity 56 above 50 K [Ref.

These are a selection of low-temperature data on a variety of samples of differing purity so that the user of the tables may be able to interpolate and estimate ),-values for other specimens of different RRR. 2). Also included are values of the electrical impurity resistivity (QJ as measured at 7’<4K, if they are published. Purities in weight or atomic percent are those published by the authors and may not have included gas content and carbon impurities. Unless otherwise noted, all the low-temperature measurements of 1.

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