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Review Article

Review articles are an attempt to summarize the current state of understanding on a topic. They analyze or discuss research previously published by others, rather than reporting new experimental results.

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K. Satchidanandan - Select Bibliography - English
... Kerala Sahitya Akademi, Trichur (Article ‘Under the Bodhi Tree A Study of the Images of Thathagatha in Satchidanandan’s poems’ by Dr ... INDIAN REVIEW OF BOOKS, Chennai, 8 Dec-Jan.1998-99 ... Review Article, ‘Sensitive Reflections’ by Pramod Menon 4 ...
Dispersion (chemistry) - Structure and Properties of Dispersions
... A review article in introduces into various attempts to describe dispersions / emulsions ... The above cited review article also displays experimental evidence for that dispersions have a structure very much different from any kind of statistical distribution (which ... The above cited review article also introduces into some first complete non-equilibrium thermodynamics theory of dispersions (http//www2.organic-nanometal.de/Research/wisslit/nonequ2.html) ...
Review Article - See Also
... Book review, a completely unrelated type of publication Case series, sometimes called a clinical review because it reviews or summarizes the records for a series of patients at a ...
Wikipedia:Featured Article Candidates - Nominations - Terang Boelan
... I am nominating this for featured article because it is a short (but solid!) look at a film very few of our readers have ever heard of ... SlimVirgin 0021, 24 November 2012 (UTC) Thanks for the review! — Crisco 1492 (talk) 0028, 24 November 2012 (UTC) You're welcome. 128 I wonder if the article could make that point more clearly ...

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