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Approximate Spin Extended Hartree-Fock theory
(Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, 1978)
An investigation of two teaching approaches in elementary school physical education college methods courses
(Virginia Tech, 1978-05-04)
The purpose of this study was to investigate the relative effectiveness of two different teaching approaches in elementary school physical education methods classes for college level elementary education majors. The two ...
Break-in behavior of a tungsten oxide on silica catalyst during propylene disproportionation
(Virginia Tech, 1978-04-05)
This investigation consisted of a study of the break-in behavior of a tungsten oxide on silica catalyst during propylene disproportionation. A catalyst of 10 percent WO3 on silica gel (223 square meters per gram B.E.T. ...
The identification of behavioral objectives for a human anatomy and physiology course supportive to the associate degree nursing programs in Virginia community colleges
(Virginia Tech, 1978-07-15)
The purpose of this study was to determine appropriate content objectives for a human anatomy and physiology course for associate degree nursing students. To accomplish the purpose,of the study, it was necessary to achieve ...
Intrastate telephone regulation: a public choice approach
(Virginia Tech, 1978)
A study of selected apprehensions of teachers toward working in schools predominately of the opposite race
(Virginia Tech, 1978-08-06)
The problem addressed by this study was that of determining whether significant differences existed among selected apprehensions of black and white teachers in twelve Illinois School Districts with operative staff desegregation ...
An economic approach to water supply planning in southeastern Virginia
(Virginia Tech, 1978-03-06)
Summaries of the net benefits associated with water use in excess of projected 1980 water use in Portsmouth and in Norfolk; Virginia Beach, and Chesapeake (NVBC) are presented in Table 6.1 and in Tables 6.2 and 6.3, ...
The determinants of malnutrition in Haiti
(Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, 1978-07-15)
Socio-economic, education, and health variables were examined to determine the primary causes of malnutrition in preschool Haitian children. A survey of 160 women and their child closest to weaning age was conducted in ...