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    Access to healthcare for undocumented migrants in France: A critical examination of State Medical Assistance

    André, Jean-Marie, Azzedine, Fabienne
    Public health reviews, 2016, Vol.37, p.5 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    Voyager dans l'Antiquité

    André, Jean-Marie
    Baslez, Marie-Françoise, 1946-
    [Paris] : Fayard
    1993
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    Titre: Voyager dans l'Antiquité / Jean-Marie André et Marie-Françoise Baslez
    Auteur: André, Jean-Marie
    Contributeur: Baslez, Marie-Françoise, 1946-
    Editeur: [Paris] : Fayard
    Date: 1993
    Collation: 594 p. : ill. ; 24 cm
    Sujet RERO: Voyage - Antiquité - Grèce antique - Rome
    Classification: hardt 7 931:33 A337
    Identifiant: 9782213030975 (ISBN)
    No RERO: 1720664
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    http://data.rero.ch/01-1720664/html?view=GE_V1

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    Kinematics in the Terminal Swing Phase of Unilateral Transfemoral Amputees: Microprocessor-Controlled Versus Swing-Phase Control Prosthetic Knees

    Mâaref, Khaled, Martinet, Noël, Grumillier, Constance, Ghannouchi, Slaheddine, André, Jean Marie, Paysant, Jean
    Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation, 2010, Vol.91(6), pp.919-925 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    Quantum chemistry, band structures and polymers

    André, Jean-Marie
    Theory And Applications In Computational Chemistry: The First Decade Of The Second Millennium: International Congress Tacc-2012, Pavia, Italy (2–7 September 2012):, AIP Conference Proceedings, 22 June 2012, Vol.1456(1), pp.109-113 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
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    Titre: Quantum chemistry, band structures and polymers
    Auteur: André, Jean-Marie
    Sujet: Chapters
    Description: A short review of the long way from the first calculations on polyenes after the second world war to the recent electronic devices like Organic Light Emitting Diodes or Photovoltaic Cells is given. It shows how quantum chemical methods on one side and synthesis or experiments have (or should have) interacted as incentives to new methods and technologies.
    Fait partie de: Theory And Applications In Computational Chemistry: The First Decade Of The Second Millennium: International Congress Tacc-2012, Pavia, Italy (2–7 September 2012): - AIP Conference Proceedings, 22 June 2012, Vol.1456(1), pp.109-113
    Identifiant: 978-0-7354-1057-2 (ISBN); 0094-243X (ISSN); 1551-7616 (E-ISSN); 10.1063/1.4730649 (DOI)

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    Theoretical study of the longitudinal first hyperpolarizability of polysilaacetylene

    Jacquemin, Denis, Perpète, Eric A., André, Jean-Marie
    The Journal of Chemical Physics, 01 June 2004, Vol.120(21), pp.10317-10327 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    Geometry, dipole moment, polarizability and first hyperpolarizability of polymethineimine: An assessment of electron correlation contributions

    Jacquemin, Denis, André, Jean-Marie, Perpète, Eric A.
    The Journal of Chemical Physics, 01 September 2004, Vol.121(9), pp.4389-4396 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    Analytic ab initio determination of the IR intensities in stereoregular polymers

    Jacquemin, Denis, André, Jean-Marie, Champagne, Benoı̂t
    The Journal of Chemical Physics, 01 March 2003, Vol.118(9), pp.3956-3965 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
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    Titre: Analytic ab initio determination of the IR intensities in stereoregular polymers
    Auteur: Jacquemin, Denis; André, Jean-Marie; Champagne, Benoı̂t
    Sujet: Articles
    Description: An original scheme is developed to compute, fully analytically, the Hartree–Fock infrared intensities of stereoregular polymers. The infrared intensities are proportional to derivatives of the dipole moment with respect to atomic displacements. For the longitudinal component, the calculation of the infrared intensities requires a specific crystal-orbital treatment. Our approach is based upon the Bishop, Gu and Kirtman method for obtaining the undifferentiated dipole moment [J. Chem. Phys. 114 , 7633 (2001)]. The implementation scheme is described in detail. The numerical stability of the methodology is tested on five polymers: ( LiH ) n , ( FH ) n , ( H 2 O ) n , polymethineimine ( CH = N ) n and polyacetylene ( CH = CH ) n . When a proper integration scheme is chosen, the values of the infrared intensities are in perfect agreement with the numerical derivatives of the dipole moment as well as with long oligomer calculations. We apply our approach to the analytical calculation of the vibrational polarizability of two systems.
    Fait partie de: The Journal of Chemical Physics, 01 March 2003, Vol.118(9), pp.3956-3965
    Identifiant: 0021-9606 (ISSN); 1089-7690 (E-ISSN); 10.1063/1.1540616 (DOI)

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    Analytic ab initio determination of the elastic modulus in stereoregular polymers: Analytical integral derivatives, long-range effects, implementation, and examples

    Jacquemin, Denis, André, Jean-Marie, Champagne, Benoı̂t
    The Journal of Chemical Physics, 01 January 2003, Vol.118(1), pp.373-388 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
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    Titre: Analytic ab initio determination of the elastic modulus in stereoregular polymers: Analytical integral derivatives, long-range effects, implementation, and examples
    Auteur: Jacquemin, Denis; André, Jean-Marie; Champagne, Benoı̂t
    Sujet: Articles
    Description: An original scheme has been developed to compute, fully analytically, the Hartree–Fock Young modulus (second derivative of the Hartree–Fock energy with respect to the unit cell length) of stereoregular polymers. The evaluation of the elastic modulus is performed without the use of any intercell coordinate. The direct and efficient computation of the Young modulus requires the evaluation of the full Hessian (including cell and mixed components), and, subsequently, some specific integral derivatives and the use of a seven-step coupled-perturbed Hartree–Fock procedure. The long-range effects related to the Young modulus (and other second-order derivatives associated with vibrational frequencies) are evaluated by using a technique based on multiple Taylor expansions. The implementation of the integral derivatives in the McMurchie and Davidson framework is described in detail. Two examples show that the stability and accuracy of the technique proposed are excellent.
    Fait partie de: The Journal of Chemical Physics, 01 January 2003, Vol.118(1), pp.373-388
    Identifiant: 0021-9606 (ISSN); 1089-7690 (E-ISSN); 10.1063/1.1523909 (DOI)

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    From charge transport parameters to charge mobility in organic semiconductors through multiscale simulation

    Shuai, Zhigang, Geng, Hua, Xu, Wei, Liao, Yi, André, Jean-Marie
    Chemical Society reviews, 21 April 2014, Vol.43(8), pp.2662-79 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    Supercritical impregnation of intraocular lenses

    Masmoudi, Yasmine, Ben Azzouk, Louiza, Forzano, Olivier, Andre, Jean-Marie, Badens, Elisabeth
    The Journal of supercritical fluids, December 2011, Vol.60, pp.98-105 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
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    Titre: Supercritical impregnation of intraocular lenses
    Auteur: Masmoudi, Yasmine; Ben Azzouk, Louiza; Forzano, Olivier; Andre, Jean-Marie; Badens, Elisabeth
    Sujet: Engineering Sciences ; Intraocular Lenses Drug Delivery Systems Cefuroxime Sodium Supercritical Impregnation Drug Release Study Foaming ; Engineering ; Chemistry
    Description: Supercritical impregnation can be used for the elaboration of controlled release systems that may be applied to pharmaceutical and medicinal fields. The present work is dedicated to the impregnation of intraocular lenses (IOLs) with antibiotics using supercritical carbon dioxide as impregnation vector. Commercially available intraocular lenses have been impregnated with cefuroxime sodium in order to obtain ophthalmic drug delivery systems dedicated to the prevention of postoperative endophthalmitis in cataract surgery.The influence of the variation of some experimental operating conditions such as the pressure (8–20 MPa), the temperature (308 and 333 K), the impregnation duration (1–5 h), the addition of a cosolvent (ethanol) or the depressurisation rate (slow and rapid depressurisation) has been studied. In certain experimental conditions, foaming phenomena have been observed.In order to evaluate the impregnation efficiency, the impregnation yields were quantified gravimetrically...
    Fait partie de: The Journal of supercritical fluids, December 2011, Vol.60, pp.98-105
    Identifiant: 0896-8446 (ISSN); 1872-8162 (E-ISSN)