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For example, in Roscoe and Schorlemmer 12 published the following statement: Furthermore, let me cite a publication of Gahn, and has been confirmed by later experiments. Presumably, this citation might be considered as one of the earliest mentioning on calcium phosphates in the history. Further, according to Shepperd, 11 the famous German chemist Martin Heinrich Klaproth — and the famous French chemist Joseph-Louis Proust — also studied calcium orthophosphates.
Unfortunately, Shepperd has not provided any references to the publications by those great chemists. Nevertheless, a search performed among the Google books has provided some results. Further, the production process of white phosphorus has been described: In addition, let me cite a book by Fourcroy, Furthermore, in his book Fourcroy mentioned other contributors to early studies on calcium orthophosphates: Thus, one can notice that in the end of the 18th century, the subject of calcium orthophosphates was extensively investigated by a number of researchers in several countries of the Western Europe.
To conclude this section, one should notice that the basic knowledge on calcium orthophosphates became available by the end of the 18th century. In the 19th century For the 19th century, both scientific books and a small amount of scientific journals are available; however, for the first half of the 19th century, journals are almost unavailable. Nevertheless, according to the available literature, a real explosion of the scientific knowledge on calcium orthophosphates occurred in the 19th century.
Namely, Fourcroy 19 stated that presence of water in acidic calcium orthophosphates was known by Knowledge on acidic calcium orthophosphates was further developed in More precise information on acidic calcium orthophosphates became available by Sulphate of lime remains on the filter, and a liquid quadriphosphate passes through.
Thus, the differences between HA subphosphate of lime and TCP phosphate of lime were established by The preparation process of a pure calcium orthophosphate currently known as CDHA was developed by Phosphat of lime, proper.
As this salt constitutes the basis of bones, it is not necessary to prepare it artificially. It may be obtained in a state of purity by the following process: Calcine the bones to whiteness, reduce them to powder, and wash them repeatedly with water, to separate several soluble salts which are present. Dissolve the whole in muriatic acid, and precipitate by means of ammonia. The precipitate, when well washed and dried, is pure phosphat of lime.
One can see that the basics of this process are still used to produce chemically pure calcium orthophosphates from the natural resources phosphate ore and bones. Inthe major properties were described as follows Phosphate of lime is a white insoluble powder, destitute of taste, and unaltered by exposure to air. It is soluble in hydrochloric muriatic and nitric acids, and may be precipitated from solution in them by means of ammonia. When exposed to a very violent heat, it undergoes a kind of fusion, and is converted into a white semi-transparent porcelain.
Thus, calcium phosphate ceramics has been known, since, at least, Baruel 28 and J. However, as early asFourcroy 19 wrote: A little bit later, the famous German chemist Eilhard Mitscherlich —who was a learner and a friend of J. Berzelius and who is, perhaps, best remembered today for his law of isomorphismalso worked in this area. Lassaigne, at the meeting of the Academy of Sciences of Paris, of the 15th January, presented a memoir upon this subject, showing by experiments that the phosphate and carbonate of lime are introduced into plants in solution in water containing carbonic acid, which had before been shown as to the phosphate by M.
Dumas, and has long been known as to the carbonate. Thus, various types of calcium orthophosphates were known by However, the preparation technique sounds unusual to the modern readers: At the same time another portion of the phosphorus combines with the calcium of the lime, forming phosphuret of calcium, CaP.
This salt occurs abundantly in bone-ash, and is found as a mineral product. Thus, a similarity between the inorganic phase of bones and calcium orthophosphate rocks of natural origin apatite and phosphorites was known by Further historical description is based on journal publications only. Morfit, 35 Robert Warington [there were 2 chemists with this name, presumably, a father — and a son — ], who performed the earliest well documented systematic studies of the outstanding quality, 36 - 39 and R.
When she chooses Mario's proffered Mini Mario over his gift, however, Donkey Kong becomes enraged and kidnaps Pauline. Pauline in Mario vs. Pauline appears again as a damsel-in-distress in Mario vs. Donkey Kong waits in a line to buy admissions tickets only to arrive at the front when the tickets are sold out. Donkey Kong, furious, pushes his way through a crowd of Toads and snatches Pauline. Mario attempts to stop this, ripping Pauline's dress in the process, but Donkey Kong escapes to the roof with Pauline.
Mario eventually reaches the top floor, where he opens a door to find Pauline by a window in a small room. However, Donkey Kong turns the lights off and escapes through the window with Pauline, and Mario once more gives chase through another round of floors that the Mini Mario toys must navigate.
Once Mario makes it to the end of these floors, he finds Pauline in a similar room, but this time, she is holding a clipboard and standing happily next to Donkey Kong, some Toads and the Mini Mario toys. She informs the confused Mario that the Mini Mario toys have passed the test run, revealing that Donkey Kong had kidnapped Pauline to test the performance of the toys and she is completely fine and happy.
Mario shrugs it off seeing as he had such a great time traversing the theme park with his Minis and all is well. Pauline makes another appearance in Mario vs. Mario and Pauline are welcoming customers to the grand opening of "Mini-Land" by giving away Mini Pauline toys to the first customers. Donkey Kong, excitedly charges his way to the front wanting a Pauline Mini toy for himself, but when he arrives, Mario sternly tells him that they are out of stock.
Donkey Kong becomes enraged and kidnaps Pauline instead, heading into the theme park. Mario once again gives chase immediately with assistance from the Mini-Land toys. After navigating the Minis though all the theme park's attractions, Mario locates Pauline standing just below a Ferris wheel. She welcomes her hero Mario warmly before Donkey Kong surprises them both by jumping from the top of the Ferris wheel to scoop Pauline up once again, forcing Mario to pursue him through more of the theme park's areas.
After chasing Donkey Kong through the theme park again, Mario finally finds Pauline once more under the Ferris wheel; this time, however, when Donkey Kong appears to confront him, Mario presents him with a Mini Pauline toy.
Donkey Kong is overjoyed, and Pauline ultimately finds the whole thing very sweet. She makes her way to the Ferris wheel, where she, Donkey Kong, Mario, and the Minis enjoy a ride in celebration.
Mario and Donkey Kong: Minis on the Move. She runs Mini-Land with Donkey Kong where they open a game arcade using the mini toys. Pauline is not kidnapped in this game, but hosts the Minigames mode and is seen simply congratulating players on their scores alongside Donkey Kong at the end of certain modes.
Pauline's face appears as an icon in the Mini Target Smash game in Minigames mode. Smashing a Pauline target can cause the player to lose, or points, depending on the target's position.
Mini Pauline toys also take a more active role in this game; although they are the last toy to be unlocked, they are still available for play early in the game and can be used in all modes except Minigames mode, in which only Mini Mario is playable.
As with most characters in this title, Pauline herself takes a background role and leaves the spot light to the Mini toys. Tipping Stars Pauline in Mario vs. Tipping Stars Pauline is once more the victim of Donkey Kong's kidnapping antics at the very start of Mario vs. Though no motivation is given, Mario quickly gives chase with his Mini Mario toys in hopes of rescuing Pauline from the gorilla's grasp.
After traversing six puzzle filled worlds, Mario catches up to Donkey Kong and Pauline in a darkened room, the lights are switched on quickly and Pauline and Donkey Kong are standing at the ready in front of a "surprise" banner with two Toads to greet Mario. The adventure was just a game to lure Mario to a surprise party the two had organized for him similar to the plot of Mario vs.
At first Mario is confused, but soon shrugs it off to enjoy the fun, now surrounded by his friends, balloons and mini toys. The ruse revealed, Mario can then continues through more fun worlds and bonus levels knowing Pauline is happy and safe. Brawl In Super Smash Bros. Pauline also appears in her damsel role during the demo of the original Donkey Kong Masterpiece included in the game. Aside from this, one of Peach's alternate costumes depicts her with a red dress that is similar in colorization to Pauline's dress.
Pauline is also alluded to in the Event match titled "": Now Mario's angry at them for kidnapping Pauline Originally, she was just called "Lady. Hitting her or one of the other band members causes them to play a song. Pauline also appears on a Spirit along with Donkey Kong, using her artwork from Donkey Kong, and her original name, Lady. She first appears shortly after Mario arrives at New Donk City, where she, alongside several New Donkers, observes Bowser 's Airship in the sky and the city being hit with torrential downpour.
She then explains to Mario she can't talk with him because New Donk City's currently in a crisis: Afterward, she then thanks Mario for saving the city as it meant everything to her, and invited him to set up the city festival. Prior to the upcoming city festival itself, Pauline asks Mario to help rebuild her band, for which she serves as the lead singer.
After that, she then tasked Mario with checking out the underground power plant and restore power. Ultimately, by the time Mario arrived at the power plant, Pauline was present, as she decided to assess the situation herself and deduced Bowser was responsible for the sabotage. They then fixed the power together, and then she personally invited Mario for the New Donk City festival as the guest of honor to repay him for making the festival possible.
She is the interpreter of Jump Up, Super Star! In addition, the reason she returns and acts as mayor of New Donk City is to avert the idea that the presence of a kingdom necessarily means that the people in charge are royalty.
She tells Mario he is "just in time. She says that her hat is her favorite possession, she loves eating cake, and that her capture in Donkey Kong was "traumatic", although it helped her grow as a person.
She also indicated that she had already seen Seaside Kingdom by the time she met up with Mario, and desired to see Cloud Kingdom next, due to it having "clouds that go on forever. During this time, she replaces her hat with a hat similar to that of Mario's own hat. In the game's secret ending, she appears at the Mushroom Kingdom. Mario Tennis Aces This section is referring to a subject in an upcoming or recently released update. When the update is released, or more information about this subject is found, this section may need major rewriting.
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Pauline will appear in Mario Tennis Aces as a character available in March She is classified as a Speedy type player, and her emblem resembles a pair of red lips stylized into a heart shape. The woman also roughly resembles Pauline and is even seen in a construction site with a chimpanzee at one point the latter being Anthony Scapelli having been de-evolved by President Koopa. In the first issue of Blipthe damsel kidnapped by Donkey Kong in the Donkey Kong-inspired strip resembles Lady, although Mario claims to Vic Video that he does not know her.
She was given an indirect mention in the Nintendo Comics System story Cloud Burstwhere Mario alluded to a past girlfriend who was comparable to Princess Toadstool as well as to some extent Luigi and Bowser. Pauline appears in volume 11 of the Super Mario-Kun manga. She is described as a person whose appearance is "brighter" and "more gorgeous" than Peach.
She is a major character in the Donkey Kong history of this volume: Donkey Kong later enters the store to buy a new tie. Mario is also in the store and recommends Donkey Kong to buy a collar. Donkey Kong get furious and takes a tie and Pauline to the top of a construction site, resembling Donkey Kong's arcade scenario. In the 2nd volume of Super Mario-Kun on the Donkey Kong Arcade rechapter, Lady is shown in her usual damsel-in-distress role, but when Mario comes to save her she says "Kong is still better.
Diddy's Kong Questshe, and more specifically Cranky Kong's abduction of her in the original game was alluded to in the manual intro in the GBA version where Cranky, while lecturing Donkey Kong, said "Whisking off maidens and throwing barrels around the place seven days a week, I was.
She also makes a cameo in Nintendo Landwhere she is seen in the background while playing the Donkey Kong's Crash Course attraction.
She also appeared in Captain Toad: