Wednesday, May 16, 2007

  • MILLETGRASS POSTULATES, the main assumptions in a quantum theory of atom of N.Bora (1913 : 1)) Existence of some the stationary states of atom conforming to defined values of his internal energy E... 2) Conditions of frequencies? Radiances at transition of atom from one stationary state (E1) in other (E2):? = (E1 - E2)/h, where h - the Planck a stationary value. It is established later, that Bohr postulates - inquest of a quantum mechanics.
  • MILLETGRASS (Borah) William (1865-1940), the chairman of a commission of a senate the USA on foreign affairs in 1924-33; one of main adherents of "isolationism" in foreign policy the USA. Supported establishment of diplomatic relations with the USSR.
  • BORANES, the same, that boranes.
  • BORATES of metals, salt boric acids. An example - a bore. Borates apply to water demineralizing, in structure of soap powders, in a glass industry.
  • BORATES NATURAL, a class of minerals, natural salts of boric acids. The basis of structures of borates natural - flat triangular radicals - [BO3] 3-and tetrahedrons - [BO4] 5-. It is known ok. 60 minerals: a bore, boracite, a colemanite, uleksit, ljudvigit, etc. The Main deposits - salt (a rainfall of lakes), less often skarnovye. Major deposits - an eskar. Inder (Kazakhstan), an eskar. Serls and Bohr (USA), and also to Peru, Chile, China.
  • BORATYNSKY E. À., see Baratynsky E.A.
  • BORACITE, mineral of a class of borates, Mg3 [B7O12] OCl. Impurity Fe (up to 36 %), Mn, etc. Bluish, colourless crystals, acinose masses. Hardness 7 - 7,5; firmness ok. 3 g / sm3. Meets in sedimentary deposits. Ore of a milletgrass.
  • BORG (Âorg) Bjorn (r. 1956), the Swedish sportsman. The world champion on tennis (1978-80). The winner of 62 large international tournaments (1973-82), including 5 Wimbledon (1976 - 80), in solitary category.
  • BORGEN (Borgen) JUhan (1902-79), the Norwegian writer. Psychologic novels "Summing up" (1934), " the Trail of love " (1946), the trilogy " Small lord " (1955-57), " Dark sources " (1956) and " Now to him to not leave " (1957), stories.
  • BORGES (a nem. Borgis, from ital. borghese - urban), the typographical font, a point which (dimension) is peer to 9 points (ok. 3,38 mm).
  • BORGMAN Ivan Ivanovich (1849-1914), physics, the chapter of the Petersburg school of physicists, one of organizers of Russian physical society. The first elective rector of the St.-Petersburg university (1905-10), has left university in a mark of the protest against afflictings students. Transactionses on an electricity and magnetism.
  • BORGOSKY PARLIAMENT 1809, class collection of representatives of Finland, called by the Russian government in. Borgo (the Swede. Borgî; fin. Porvoo, Porvo). Has affirmed its autonomy in structure of Russia.
  • BORDA (Borda) Jean Charles (1733-99), French physics and the geodesist. Has defined (1792) length of a second floating lever in Paris. Transactionses on hydraulics.
  • BORDE (Bordet) ZHjul (1870 - 1961), the Belgian immunologist and the bacteriologist. Probeed the mechanism of serological tests; has discovered a reaction of binding complement. Has placed the causal organism and has developed a method of an immunization against kokljusha. The Nobel Prize (1919).
  • BORDZHA, Bordzhia (ital. Borgia, isp. Borja), the notable stem of the spanish origin, played signifies. A role in 15 - nach. 16 centuries in Italy. Are most known: Rodrigo Bordzha (a dad Alexander VI), CHezare Bordzha, Lukretsija Bordzha.
  • BORDEAUX (Bordeaux), city on a southwest of France, on r. Garonne, an administrative centre of department Gironde and main city of historical regions. Gien and Gascony. 210 thousand inhabitants (1990). The major port, is accessible for courts of admiralty (freight turnover over 10 million t. Annually). An international airport. Oil processing, a machine industry, a chemical industry. Center of wine-making and wine trade. University (since 15 century). A museum of fine arts, etc. Residues drevnerimskogo an amphitheatre, Gothic churches, theatre (18 century).
  • BORDER (frants. bordure, from bord - an edge), in a broad sense - an edge, a border, a border; a kind of ortamental dressings of texts or case histories; in a road construction - narrow bandwidths (border stones, slabs), roads separable a carriageway from footwalks; in an ornamental gardening - planting of low plants on edges of tracks, lawns or a circuit of a flower bed.
  • BOREADY, in the Grecian mythology winged sons of god Boreja and Orejfii, participants of a marching of argonauts.
  • BOREV Jury Borisovich (r. 1925), the Russian critic, the literary critic, the writer, the Doctor of Philology. In a centre of attention - the theory of the literature, a problem of an aesthetics. The main transactionses: " About comic " (1957), "Aesthetics" (1969), " Art of interpreting and an assessment: Experience of perusal of " the Copper rider " (1981), etc. Collections of jokes and histories Stalin and poslestalinskoj epoch ("Staliniada", 1990, "Pharisee", 1992; " the History of the state Soviet ", 1995).
  • BOREJ, in the Grecian mythology the god of boreal wind. It was figured by the strong winged the man. Figuratively - a choppy cool wind.
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