According to the Russian literary and cultural critic, Mikhail Bakhtin, Dostoevsky is the primary exponent of the polyphonic novel in which the voices of the characters, each of which is intimately tied with a central concept or idea, are independent of a controlling authorial voice and engage in a great debate that yields no easily distillable
Despite this, the LOCC hierarchy discussion has raised several measures of entanglement, such as the distillable
entanglement (Rains, 1999; Bennett, et al.
The content of distillate fractions in the overhead product was insensitive to film thickness within experimental error, but the total concentration of distillable
material in the overhead products (i.
Markus castigates other scholars who, in search of compact, distillable
ideas, disregard the inner workings of the minds of great theologians.
Cokers are normally run under severe conditions ([is greater than] 500 [degrees] C) to completely convert the residuum (524 [degree] C+) to gases, distillable
liquids (C-5 to 524 [degree] C) and a carbonaceous solid (toluene insoluble), called coke.