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- Kovtun (Ukrainian: Ковтун), Russian: Колтун (Koltun), Polish: Kołtun, are gender-neutral surnames derived from the Slavic word for a formation of hair...
- designed by chemists Robert Corey and Linus Pauling, and improved by Walter Koltun. In 1952, Corey and Pauling published a description of space-filling models...
- Leonid Koltun (Ukrainian: Леонід Колтун; born September 7, 1944) is a retired Soviet football player and current Ukrainian coach. ****ko, V. "The team...
- Bishop Mykhaylo Koltun, C.Ss.R. (Ukrainian: Михайло Колтун; born 29 March 1949 in Polonychi, Busk Raion, Lviv Oblast, Ukrainian SSR) is a Ukrainian Gr****...
- Vacelet, Boury-Esnault & Rapp, 2015 Cladorhiza arctica Koltun, 1959 Cladorhiza bathycrinoides Koltun, 1955 Cladorhiza caillieti Lundsten, Reiswig & Austin...
- Archived from the original on February 14, 2008. Retrieved January 14, 2008. Koltun, Dave (2005). "The 2004 Illinois Senate Race: Obama Wins Open Seat and Becomes...
- as CPK models after the chemists Robert Corey, Linus Pauling, and Walter Koltun, who over a span of time developed the modeling concept into a useful form...
- Masovia region at the beginning of the 19th century. He used the term "kołtun zapuszczony" which denotes artificial formation of Polish plait. According...
- Soc. 119 (45): 10929–10934. doi:10.1021/ja964461p. Hoye TR, Bjorklund JA, Koltun DO, Renner MK (January 2000). "N-methylputrescine oxidation during cocaine...
- Hoshino, 1989 Axinella anamesa (de Laubenfels, 1957) Axinella antarctica (Koltun, 1964) Axinella arborescens Ridley & Dendy, 1886 Axinella arctica Vosmaer...
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