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Items for Author "Yang" 

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[師資培育中心] 演講及研討會 2007 The effects of different cognitive load levels for the senior high- school students in the Web-based learning environment Chang; C. C; Yang; F-Y; 張正杰
[機械與機電工程學系] 期刊論文 2003-10 Fabrication and Application of Surface Acoustic Wave Bio Sensors Sheen; Jyh-Jong; Yang; Chi-Rong; Lin; I-Shang
[機械與機電工程學系] 期刊論文 1999-07 Numerical Simulation of the Flow Characteristics of a Single Bubble Rising in a Two-Dimensional Column Yang; K.C.; R.C. Chen; S.W. Chao Y.C. Gao
[應用地球科學研究所] 期刊論文 2019-01 Bioremediation capability evaluation of benzene and sulfolane contaminated groundwater: Determination of bioremediation parameters. Yang; Chu-Fang; Shu-Hui Liu; Yu-Min Su; Yu-Rong Chen; Chi-Wen Lin; Keng-Li Lin
[應用地球科學研究所] 期刊論文 2013-04 The Ti/Al molar ratio as a new proxy for tracing sediment transportation processes and its application in aeolian events and sea level change in East Asia Chen; H.F.; Yeh; P.Y.; Song; S.R.; Hsu; S.C.; Yang; T.N.; Wang; Y.; Chi; Z.; Lee; T.Q.; Chen; M.T; Cheng; C.L.; Zou; J.; Chang; Y.P.; 陳惠芬Huei-Fen
[應用地球科學研究所] 期刊論文 2013-04 The Ti/Al molar ratio as a new proxy for tracing sediment transportation processes and its application in aeolian events and sea level change in East Asia. Chen; HF*.; Yeh; PY.; Song; SR.; Hsu; SC.; Yang; TN.; Wang; Y .; Chi; ZQ.; Lee; TQ.; Chen; MT.; Cheng; CL.; Zou; JJ. And Chang; 陳明德

 


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