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A scattering of salts

poems

by James Ingram Merrill

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Published by A.A. Knopf, Distributed by Random House in New York .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby James Merrill.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPS3525.E6645 S25 1995
The Physical Object
Paginationviii, 96 p. ;
Number of Pages96
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1116790M
ISBN 100679441581
LC Control Number94042903

Several state-of-the-art applications of molten salts are presented, such as metal-molten salt systems, room temperature glass formation, and room temperature melts. Several recent examples of applications highlight the importance of molten salts in . Published in March , A Scattering of Salts was the last collection of poetry completed in James Merrill's lifetime. The book appeared one month after the poet's death on February 6, (see in poetry).

  Part: Use of Slags, Fluxes and Salts in Recycling Equilibria of Gold and Silver Between Molten Copper and FeO x ‐SiO 2 ‐Al 2 O 3 Slag in Weee Smelting at °C (Pages: ) Katri Avarmaa. Several state-of-the-art applications of molten salts are presented, such as metal-molten salt systems, room temperature glass formation, and room temperature melts. Several recent examples of applications highlight the importance of molten salts in various industries (batteries, pyrochemical reprocessing of nuclear fuel, synthesis and catalysis).

Counterions and micelle size. II. Light scattering by solutions of cetylpyridinium saltsCited by:   These light-scattering changes of whole chloroplasts reflect similar changes which occur in very small digitonin particles of chloroplasts. Therefore one must look among chloroplast substructures for the basic mechanism of swelling and shrinking. Many salts (including methylamine hydrochloride) cause the chloroplasts to by:


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From The Black Swan () through A Scattering of Salts (), he wrote twelve books of poems, ten of them published in trade editions, as well as The Changing Light at Sandover (). He James Ingram Merrill was born on March 3,and died on February 6, /5.

A Scattering of Salts, Poems. [Merrill, James] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. A Scattering of Salts, Poems.5/5(1). A book of essays, Recitative, appeared inand in a memoir, A Different Person.

His last book of poems, A Scattering of Salts, was published infollowing his untimely death on February 6 of that year.5/5(1). A Scattering of Salts was the fifteenth and last in a series of collections of poems that began inwhen his First Poems was published. It brings to an end a career and body of work that.

A Scattering of Salts, Poems. by James Merrill and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at A book of essays, Recitative, appeared inand in a memoir, A Different Person.

His last book of poems, A Scattering of Salts, was published infollowing his untimely death on February 6 of that year. A Scattering of Salts James Merrill, Author Alfred A. Knopf $20 (0p) ISBN (winner of Pulitzer and Bollingen prizes as well as two National Book Awards) returned to.

Get this from a library. A scattering of salts: poems. [James Merrill; Stephen Yenser; Bemis/Flaherty Collection of Gay Poetry.] -- In this, his first new book of poems in seven years, Merrill is at the top of his form.

His unrivalled poetic use of the private life is brilliantly evident. The stuff of autobiography is. A SCATTERING OF SALTS Poems. Tropes and asides all through this new book seem to be pointing to something of the sort, nowhere more directly than in the final poem, which opens: O heart green acre sown with salt by the departing occupier lay down your gallant spears of wheat Salt of the earth.

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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. A SCATTERING OF SALTS. New York: Knopf, 1st edition, full gray cloth, with illustrated dust jacket.

Review copy with review slip laid in. "In this, his first new book of poems in seven years, Merrill is at the top of his form" (from the jacket notes). This is Merrill's final collection of new poems published in his lifetime.

from book Molten Salts: From Fundamentals to Applications (pp) Light Scattering from Molten Salts: Structure and Dynamics Chapter July with Reads. A scattering of salts: poems / by James Merrill A.A.

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"A Scattering of Salts": Merrill's Temporal Innocence. James Merrill was recognized as one of the leading poets of his generation. Praised for his stylish elegance, moral sensibilities, and transformation of autobiographical moments into deep and complex meditations, Merrill’s work spans genres—including plays and prose—but the bulk of his artistic expression can be found in his poetry.

Over the long course of his career, Merrill won. The inverse scattering problem is to reconstruct the potential q(x) from the left or the right scattering data and to find the necessary and sufficient conditions that an arbitrary collection {r(k),ik l, m l} must satisfy in order to be the left or the right scattering data for some Schrödinger operator with the real potential q(x), satisfying.

Laser scattering in water and aqueous solutions of salts Article (PDF Available) in Proceedings of SPIE - The International Society for Optical Engineering June with Reads. James Merrill died of a heart attack, at the age of sixty-eight, while on vacation in Arizona.

His last book, A Scattering of Salts (Alfred A. Knopf), was published a month later. Selected Bibliography. Salt is a mineral consisting primarily of sodium chloride (NaCl), a chemical compound belonging to the larger class of salts; salt in its natural form as a crystalline mineral is known as rock salt or is present in vast quantities in seawater, where it is the main mineral open ocean has about 35 grams ( oz) of solids per liter of sea water, a salinity of %.This edition brings together A Scattering and Anniversary into a single book of lamentation and remembrance, its subject being Christopher Reid's wife, the actress Lucinda Gane, who died of cancer at the age of fifty-five.

A Scattering was first published in the UK in to wide acclaim, winning the Costa Book of the Year Award.As I finally began to read A Scattering of Salts, it dawned on me that Merrill knew that he was writing the last book on the shelf, that he was reshuffling the pieces of his Poetic Life for the last time.

A Scattering of Salts is clearly a valedictory collection. Certain poems circle while others directly approach the subject of impending death.