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Debbie is senior product manager at UnionTools in Columbus, Ohio. Friends are welcome to visit. Ayala Levin-Kruss and her husband, David, write: "We are happy to be back in Israel after three and a half years in northwest London. Our son, Yedidya Sova, was born March in England. I presented some results from my thesis at the annual conference on formal power series and algebraic combinatorics at Moscow State University June 26— We hope to greet friends in our new home after we unpack and hang a mezuzah.

Cliff, a San Francisco lawyer, just won his first jury trial. Chris returned to Lick-Wilmerding High School this fall as the ninth- and tenth-grade dean. Mark and Valerie live in Canton, Mass.

Mark writes: "After several years as a reporter, I went to law school at Northwestern. District Judge Ernest Torres in Providence. Jean, who recently obtained California licensure as a psychologist, is completing a book about childhood learning disabilities.

Beau finished his family-practice residency in June and the family plans to move to Northern California in the fall. He is now an instructor of international health at the Boston University School of Public Health, where he teaches health-care management and finance to health professionals from developing countries.

They write: "She arrived at 10 p. Jennifer and Kate are doing well at home with big brother Eben, 3. Dan finished his orthopedic-surgery residency in Boston and is now in private practice at Newton-Wellesley Hospital. I do experimental research on training native Japanese speakers to improve their English pronunciation and listening skills.

Jim writes: "We were happy to see many Brown friends during the celebrations. Suzanne Nichols was a bridesmaid. Janet is director of marketing and public relations at the Wayne State University theater department. Dan Newman is founder and president of a Berkeley, Calif. The author of two books on such software, he toured the country this fall to demonstrate the technology. He writes: "After graduating, I taught high-school math, physics, and computers in San Francisco.

I developed a repetitive strain injury in my hands, then, a few months later, started graduate school at U. I could not write, type, carry books, or even sit for more than a few minutes at a time. I struggled with my graduate program and sought solutions that would let me continue my school work. After a year, I bought a voice-activated computer, which allowed me to dictate papers, reports, and e-mail. Four years ago, I started teaching others how to successfully use voice software.

Since then, what was once a small tutoring business has rapidly expanded. Two years ago I left graduate school to work full-time on speech recognition and to expand my company, which now has a staff of four. Heidi writes: "Harrison received his first Brown T-shirt, which he wears proudly, from Margaret and Craig. Melissa Waltonof New Castle, Del. Everyone who attended is doing very well. Amy Carden loves being back in the Big Apple writing poetry and studying psychology after roaming around the West for a few years.

She stays in touch with many Brown friends, but is always excited to hear from old buddies and acquaintances.

Marvin Pannellof Ann Arbor, Mich. I am a first-year student in the M. I miss Juel Nall '90 and would love to hear from her. Friends may e-mail me or visit if in Ann Arbor. John Pijanowski earned a Ph. He writes: "After ten addresses in eight years, I'm looking forward to settling in and reconnecting with old friends. Sarah Saffian 's memoir of being an adoptee who was found by her birth family, Ithakawas released in paperback by Delta in October.

She finished in fourth place as the top American in Sydney. She returned home to Niwot, Colo. Siri's goal is to make it to the Olympics.

She has now moved into the top twenty world rankings and is ranked in the top three Americans for Olympic qualification points. The bride's best man was her brother, Rob '90, who lives in Palo Alto, Calif. Dae writes: "Unable to attend, but present in heart and mind, were Janine Krusewho lives in both Belgium and Portugal, and Lindsay Mauroof Denver. Dae received her M. Growing Up Female with a Bad Reputation. Leora is a freelance writer who has written for Seventeen, Ms.

She regularly contributes syndicated op-ed columns to Newsday. I am coordinating projects with Russia in environmental-health research, policy, and advocacy.

There are people from Brown everywhere I Joann - Decades (13) - Decades (CDr), which has softened the blow of leaving New York. Check out www. Ali writes: "When we returned from our Hawaiian honeymoon, Irv and I moved into our new home in the Lincoln Park neighborhood.

We recently celebrated our first anniversary, and we are enjoying married life. I would love to hear from old friends. Michael Maiello '92 Sc. He writes: "I try to limit the travel so that I can spend time with my ever-growing family. We just had our third son, Matthew, born March 3. His older brothers, Nicholas, 1, and Christopher, 4, love him dearly. In the meantime, my wife, Kristin, and I are trying to keep our sanity - although she informs me that she still wants that little girl.

Kumar Pandey writes: "I came to Nepal after graduation and have spent the last seven-and-a-half years working in the hydropower industry. Lately I have changed employers and now am managing the development of a 10,kilowatt hydropower plant. I married Sangita more than two years ago and now have a daughter, Ajita, 6 months. The 20th century communication gadget, namely e-mail, has finally invaded my seclusion.

Friends should feel free to visit. Josh Rotenberg '95 M. Mom and child are well. Isla Garraway is completing her training in the combined M. Bridget Carpenter '95 M. Bridget is a resident at the Guthrie Theater in Minneapolis, where she will develop Typhoid Mary, a play about Mary Mallon, a typhus-infected Irish immigrant and cook who worked for dozens of New York families at the turn of the century.

She will also lead writing workshops and take part in the Guthrie's existing educational programs. Tammy Houser Davis writes: "Nineteen ninety-eight was an eventful year for my husband and me. Besides celebrating five years of marriage and earning my M. I would love to hear from Brown friends. Also, if anyone knows how to get in touch with Sam Jin, please let me know.

Sharon Loferski Engler and Bill A. Sharon writes: "We are calling our son by his middle name, August, after his great-grandfather. August is super healthy, smiles tons, and has rosy cheeks. He is a management consultant in Philadelphia, and Sharon is having a blast hanging out with August. Sharon and Bill are currently seeking employment in the New England area with the hopes of moving closer to Sharon's mother, Sylvia Loferski, who recently lost her husband, Joseph J.

Loferski, to cancer. He was a world-renowned solar scientist who made the Brown engineering department his home for more than thirty-five years. He will be missed by all. Sharon and Bill welcome regional employment leads. Jennifer Kotanchik and A. Morris Perot Jr. Lawrence University '90 were married on Aug. Jennifer is the daughter of Catherine and Robert Kotanchik ' Wendy Brandt Benedict '90 was a reader in the ceremony. Jen and Morris graduated from the University of Michigan with master's degrees in aquatic ecology, and are now living in State College, Pa.

Many Brown friends braved wind and rain to help them celebrate. Siri Lindley has been a professional triathlete for the past three years.

She writes: "I have been on the USA national team for the past three years and am currently being sponsored fully by Polo Ralph Lauren. Runner-up was Joanna Zeiger ' Two Brown athletes at the top! Michael ReidyNeedham, Mass. Reidy Regis '92 announce the birth of Connor Michael on Dec. Connor joins brother Andrew Brian, 2. This now gives me the hardest name in the world. Alumni present included maid-of-honor Julie FitzGerald '92 and Kelly McCannwhose beautiful voice requires special mention.

The ceremony was perfect on a nice, hot Texas evening at Mission San Jose one of the old Spanish missions. Travis and I and our mutt, Belle are now freezing our Western butts off in Cleveland, where I am finishing my residency in orthopedic surgery at Case Western Reserve. Travis is an aircraft mechanic and works on the Cleveland police helicopters. Her husband, Andrew Garfinkel, is director of economic development for U. Congresswoman Rosa DeLauro.

Kristine and Andrew have a daughter, Emma, born in May They live on Capitol Hill. Gwen Lloyd Burak and her husband, Dan, moved to Colorado to enjoy the mountains. She is director of marketing for new products at Celestial Seasonings and Dan is at 3Com. Guests are welcome. Gwen writes: "I also heard from Mark Agnewho was married this past summer in Hawaii. He's living in Tokyo with his wife, Tomoko, and is trading financial derivatives. Stephanie Gold and David Mendel were married on Aug.

Department of Justice. Scott Gordon has gone into private practice in internal medicine in Los Angeles after returning from travel and work in Vietnam. Reservations are now being accepted for Reunion '01 or any other time. Sarah's parents affectionately known as the Silver Gypsies are still traveling the country in the comfort of their Holiday Rambler R.

A reception was held in Denver on Oct. Dennis is cofounder of Sumaato, a Denver-based advertising agency specializing in networked visual communications.

Several Brunonians attended, including Cindy's brother Mark ' Kevin and Cindy live in the San Francisco Bay Area, where Cindy is an independent marketing consultant, primarily for Silicon Valley start-up companies.

Kevin is a senior buyer with Mervyn's California, a division of Dayton-Hudson. We hope to bring him to Jeff's 10th reunion this spring. At nine pounds and nine ounces, she has already made a big change in their lives. Visitors welcome. Many classmates and Brown friends attended. Allison First became engaged to Jonathan Beakley in April and is spending most of her time with him in Austin, Texas. The wedding will take place in June. Her grandparents are Thomas J. McIntosh O'Neil ' Marc is associate director of admission at the Wheeler School, and Christie is a technical writer at Inso Corp.

Claire has her sights set on joining the Brown class of Melissa works in brand management of Olean for Procter and Gamble in Cincinnati. Resnick '95 M. Silverman Bentley '92 were married on May 24, in Warwick, R. Dina Ganz and Lisa Boyle '95 M. Many Brown alums were in attendance and came from as far as Brazil. Staci completed her pediatrics residency in June and is in private practice with Pediatric Associates of Fall River, Mass. Marisa's brother, Robert Rosenberg '94, helped give her away; matron of honor was Jennifer Schonbrunn Hinkle '90, and bridesmaids included Dana Rosen Perez and her sister-in-law of just three months, Laurie Breen ' David and Marisa live in New York City, where, after a brief stint as a television producer, Marisa has returned to advertising as a vice president with Revlon.

Farah and Imran were married in July They hang out with Anir Choudhury '93 and Askari Chandoo '90 and would love to hear from friends. Carlo is the marketing manager in charge of the Philippines, based out of our Hong Kong office, and Sarah is our international legal counsel, working out of the Paris office. Many Brown alumni attended. The following week they moved from Cambridge to Seattle, where Becca has started her family practice residency and David continues his work for Adobe Systems on the special effects software Adobe After Effects.

Mark E. He uses directional non-force technique exclusively. Following the tradition of traveling to Europe after graduation, I will spend a month in France and Switzerland visiting friends and relatives. Suzanne Rivera and her husband, Michael Householder '89, '90 M. Mike finished his master's in English literature last fall and is working toward a Ph.

Sue has been promoted to associate director for research conduct in the office of research administration. She has responsibility for the ethical conduct of human and animal experimentation and research involving hazardous materials.

The light of their lives is Antonio, 3. I am planning to expose him to Brown as soon as possible, probably this fall.

If any of my old cohorts would like to coordinate a mini-reunion, please advise. She received the Jesse M.

Young Memorial Award for her exceptional service to the community and the college. Tim writes: "Next year I will also serve as a writing instructor for the incoming first-year class.

Following graduation and the bar exam in the summer ofI will begin a clerkship with the Maine Supreme Judicial Court in Portland. I have enjoyed law school a great deal, and look forward to starting work next year. Robert Gill and Jill Mangone Univ. Robin Gomi writes: "I am happily married to Naoko Tanefusa. The wedding took place in Tokyo on April Mary and her husband, Jonathan, recently moved.

Krenteras ' Film Festival in June. The feature film was edited by Youna Kwak Joann - Decades (13) - Decades (CDr) and stars Paul Sorvino. Jonathan Lind Sheehana Ph. Newcombe Doctoral Dissertation Fellowship. Simon J. Tiller '92 A. I completed an M. Since then I have been based in the United Kingdom, working first with a consultancy and now with a Swedish paper and packaging company.

Simon and Katherine's first child is due to arrive in time for Christmas, and they expect to move to Belgium or France next year. Payton is the granddaughter of Jeff Small '63 and the great-granddaughter of Richard Small ' Tanya LeeAnn Arbor, Mich.

She is also working on a Ph. Tanya writes: "I'm completing a high-school study guide on lesbian and gay history for a progressive school-reform organization in New York City, and I'd like to hear from Brown folk I've lost touch with.

Laura A. Horace P. Jen is in Japan working on political issues for the American embassy. He served as assistant district attorney for Harris County, Texas, from to Viraj Shroff-Mehta '95 M. She will be the chief resident in dermatology at Strong Memorial Hospital. Brian Floca performed a reading at the service, and other Brown alumni attended. Sharon is a physician assistant in neurosurgery at Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston.

David is an architect with Thompson and Rose Architects in Cambridge. Julie Berman is engaged to Hal Kaufman, and they are planning a June wedding. Julie recently received an M. She is a financial analyst for Target Stores in Minneapolis. Jesse joins Isaiah, 19 months. Bryan Hsuan graduated from Columbia's film school with an M.

In he served as Martin Scorsese's first student intern at Cappa Productions. He has been preparing six feature scripts, which he was planning to market at the end of January. He says hello to his former colleagues at the College Hill Independent and to his friends from Brown. Angela Kylewho finished business and journalism school at Columbia, is working in London as a business development manager for Turner Broadcasting's European entertainment networks. Angela would love to hear from London-based classmates and those who are passing through.

Sayles Livingston lives in Little Compton,R. Sayles has a floral design business and hopes that anyone who needs help with wedding flowers will call her. Jenny Saffran received a Ph. She is now an assistant professor in psychology at the University of Wisconsin at Madison. She is pleased to report that UW lives up to its reputation as the Brown of the Midwest. Emre Yilmaz writes: "I've been doing puppetry or is it computer animation?

We specialize in what I call digital puppetry, though it's also called motion capture or performance animation. We also build puppets for other companies.

I'm basically the digital equivalent of a puppet builder and puppeteer - it's half artistic and half technical, requiring skills from drawing to programming.

I also travel to give talks about our work or do demos. It's great fun to be working with puppets, even intangible digital ones. The couple met in medical school at the University of Minnesota.

Rebecca Wood served as a bridesmaid. He would love to hear from anyone in the neighborhood at Spruce St. She received her M. When she's not boogie-boarding or hiking in the mountains, Laura takes classes in photography and graphic design. She now lives near volleyball teammates Aimee Bower '92 and Nanette Furlong ' Two-year-old Susannah is enjoying her baby sister and helping out a lot.

Emre Yilmaz writes: "I'm working for Protozoa, a small animation and technology company in San Francisco. I've been here almost three years now.

It's great to be playing with puppets again. Send us your news! Help us Joann - Decades (13) - Decades (CDr) your class Joann - Decades (13) - Decades (CDr). Support the BAM. Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Instagram. Class of Aug, Jun, Apr, Mar, The Arts. Jan, Nov, Oct, Sep, Jul, May, University News. Peter Lees see p. Carolyn Mar see p. The article went on to question whether it was appropriate for the NCC to divert funds collected from donors who thought they were helping to rebuild burned churches.

Cooling down. New church fires made headlines across the country during June and July, and the recently dispatched army of federal agents began to arrest suspects. One was a year old white girl who claimed to be a Satanist. Another was a black man who had hoped to generate business for his brother's construction company. As it gradually became clear that no widespread conspiracy connected the fires, the intensity of the media coverage began to lessen, and the tone became a shade more moderate.

Some later reports even suggested that those who burned churches appeared to have a variety of motives. In mid-August, two former Klansmen were convicted of two arsons. This revelation made the national news for two or three days, but by September the media firestorm was essentially over. On September 20, federal officials reported that 44 individuals had been charged with setting fire to black churches in the South, of whom 16 were themselves black.

Only a few of the 28 white suspects were believed to have been racially motivated. Nearly half of all the suspects were under the age of Before the propaganda campaign, the number of racially motivated church arsons in the South, a region with a population of over 90 million, was probably less than 10 per year. By comparison, more than buildings were burned and more than 50 people were killed in Los Angeles during the Rodney King riots.

Afterwards, many on the political left avoided placing any blame on the rioters. The Rev. Jesse Jackson went so far as to suggest that America "must invest in hope, or pay the price of despair. Viewed fifteen years later, the church fires campaign was a great success for its leftist creators. The CDR and NCC raked in huge financial rewards, effectively slandered white Southerners and conservatives, and duped the media into repeating their "white supremacist" fantasies.

President Clinton benefitted as well. And their disinformation is largely remembered today as if it was a real event. In closing, let us consider the leaders of the National Council of Churches -- ostensibly a Christian organization -- and their eager willingness to bear false witness for political and financial gain.

The church council The Los Angeles Times reported in December of that the head of the National Council of Churches, concerned with the increasing influence of the religious right and seeking to expand the organization's political operations, had held a meeting with the leaders of six church denominations in Washington D.

A media firestorm Media coverage exploded after the President's radio speech. Cooling down New church fires made headlines across the country during June and July, and the recently dispatched army of federal agents began to arrest suspects. The ball was then cooled and turned to make a uniform sphere. In light of the explosive results, this process was called the "Hyatt gun method". Collodiona solution of nitrocellulose in ether and ethanolis a flammable liquid.

When dry, nitrocellulose is explosive and can be ignited with heat, spark, or friction. Film stock is an analog medium that is used for recording motion pictures or animation. It is recorded on by a movie camera, developed, edited, and projected onto a screen using a movie projector.

It is a strip or sheet of transparent plastic film base coated on one side with a gelatin emulsion containing microscopically small light-sensitive silver halide crystals. The sizes and other characteristics of the crystals determine the sensitivity, contrast and resolution of the film.

The emulsion will gradually darken if left exposed to Joann - Decades (13) - Decades (CDr), but the process is too slow and incomplete to be of any practical use. Instead, a very short exposure to the image formed by a camera lens is used to produce only a very slight chemical change, proportional to the amount of light absorbed by each crystal. This creates an invisible latent image in the emulsion, which can be chemically developed into a visible photograph.

In addition to visible light, all films are sensitive to X-rays and high-energy particles. Most are at least slightly sensitive to invisible ultraviolet UV light. Some special-purpose films are sensitive into the infrared IR region of the spectrum. Nitroglycerin NGalso known as nitroglycerinetrinitroglycerin TNGnitroglyceryl trinitrate GTNor 1,2,3-trinitroxypropaneis a dense, colorless, oily, explosive liquid most commonly produced by nitrating glycerol with white fuming nitric acid under conditions appropriate to the formation of the nitric acid ester.

Chemically, the substance is an organic nitrate compound rather than a nitro compound, but the traditional name is retained. Invented in by Ascanio Sobrero, nitroglycerin has been used ever since as an active ingredient in the manufacture of explosives, namely dynamite, and as such it is employed in the construction, demolition, and mining industries. Since the s, it has been used by the military as an active ingredient and gelatinizer for nitrocellulose in some solid propellants such as cordite and ballistite.

It is a major component in double-based smokeless propellants used by reloaders. Combined with nitrocellulose, hundreds of powder combinations are used by rifle, pistol, and shotgun reloaders. Cordite is a family of smokeless propellants developed and produced in the United Kingdom since to replace gunpowder as a military propellant. Like gunpowder, cordite is classified as a low explosive because of its slow burning rates and consequently low brisance. These produce a subsonic deflagration wave rather than the supersonic detonation wave produced by brisants, or high explosives.

The hot gases produced by burning gunpowder or cordite generate sufficient pressure to propel a bullet or shell to its target, but not so quickly as to routinely destroy the barrel of the gun. It is one of the most acidic phenols. Like other strongly nitrated organic compounds, picric acid is an explosive, which is its primary use. It has also been used as medicine antiseptic, burn treatments and as a dye. Celluloids are a class of materials produced by mixing nitrocellulose and camphor, often with added dyes and other agents.

Once much more common for its use as photographic film before the advent of safer methods, celluloid's common contemporary uses are table tennis balls, musical instruments, combs, office equipment, and guitar picks.

Collodion is a flammable, syrupy solution of nitrocellulose in ether and alcohol. There are two basic types: flexible and non-flexible. The flexible type is often used as a surgical dressing or to hold dressings in place. When painted on the skin, collodion dries to form a flexible nitrocellulose film.

While it is initially colorless, it discolors over time. Non-flexible collodion is often used in theatrical make-up. An incandescent gas mantlegas mantle or Welsbach mantle is a device for generating incandescent bright white light when heated by a flame. The name refers to its original heat source in gas lights which illuminated the streets of Europe and North America in the late 19th century. Mantle refers to the way it hangs like a cloak above the flame.

Gas mantles were also used in portable camping lanterns, pressure lanterns and some oil lamps. Cellulose acetate refers to any acetate ester of cellulose, usually cellulose diacetate. It was first prepared in A bioplastic, cellulose acetate is used as a film base in photography, as a component in some coatings, and as a frame material for eyeglasses; it is also used as a synthetic fiber in the manufacture of cigarette filters and playing cards. In photographic film, cellulose acetate film replaced nitrate film in the s, being far less flammable and cheaper to produce.

He is known for developing the highly successful anti-gonorrhea drug Protargol, the standard treatment for 50 years until the adoption of antibiotics, and for his pioneering contributions in plastics: co-developing the first soluble cellulose acetate materials incalled "Cellit", and creating processes for the manufacture of these materials which were influential in the development of injection moulding.

During World War I his relatively non-flammable synthetic cellulose acetate lacquers, marketed under the name "Cellon", were important in the aircraft industry. He contributed to photochemistry by inventing the first process for the production and development of cellulose acetate film, which he patented with Becker.

Eastman Chemical Company is an American company primarily involved in the chemical industry. Once a subsidiary of Kodak, today it is an independent global specialty materials company that produces a broad range of advanced materials, chemicals and fibers for everyday purposes. Founded in and based in Kingsport, Tennessee, the company now has more than 50 manufacturing sites worldwide and employs approximately 14, people. Smokeless powder is a type of propellant used in firearms and artillery that produces less smoke and less fouling when fired compared to black powder.

In addition, black powder leaves a thick, heavy fouling that is hygroscopic and causes rusting of the barrel. The fouling left by smokeless powder exhibits none of these properties. Despite its name, smokeless powder is not completely free of smoke; while there may be little noticeable smoke from small-arms ammunition, smoke from artillery fire can be substantial. Cellulose triacetateis a chemical compound produced from cellulose and a source of acetate esters, typically acetic anhydride.

Triacetate is commonly used for the creation of fibres and film base. It is chemically similar to cellulose acetate. Its distinguishing characteristic is that in triacetate, at least "92 percent of the hydroxyl groups are acetylated. Triacetate is significantly more heat resistant than cellulose acetate.

A film base is a transparent substrate which acts as a support medium for the photosensitive emulsion that lies atop it. Despite the numerous layers and coatings associated with the emulsion layer, the base generally accounts for the vast majority of the thickness of any given film stock. Since the late 19th century, there have been three major types of film base in use: nitrate, acetate, and polyester.

Aircraft dope is a plasticised lacquer that is applied to fabric-covered aircraft. It tightens and stiffens fabric stretched over airframes, which renders them airtight and weatherproof, increasing their durability and lifespan. The technique has been commonly applied to both full-size and flying models of aircraft. Cellulose acetate filmor safety filmis used in photography as a base material for photographic emulsions. It was introduced in the early 20th century by film manufacturers and intended as a safe film base replacement for unstable and highly flammable nitrate film.

It was blown up by two massive explosions, that occurred within the factory, killing 28 people Joann - Decades (13) - Decades (CDr) injuring approximately 70 others. The conservation and restoration of film is the physical care and treatment of film-based materials.

These include photographic film and motion picture film stock. The Stowmarket Guncotton Company was an explosives company established in the 19th century by Messrs Prentice that operated a gun-cotton factory in Stowmarket, Suffolk, England.

The factory was the scene of an explosion in that claimed the lives of 28 people. Highly flammable compound. CAS Number. Chemical formula.

LD 50 median dose. Chemical compound. Related Research Articles Film stock is an analog medium that is used for recording motion pictures or animation. Henri Braconnot was a French chemist and pharmacist. Retrieved Ullmann's Encyclopedia of Industrial Chemistry. Weinheim: Wiley-VCH. Chemistry and Technology of Explosives. Oxford: Pergamon Press. Annales de Chimie et de Physique. Comptes Rendus.

Paris: Bechet Jeune. Random House. ISBN Sutton Publishing.

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