Explanations and Disclaimers - ERPT

Explanations and Disclaimers - ERPT

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Educational Resources for Particle Technology: an archived electronic journal of reviewed contributions

What is ERPT?

Educational Resources for Particle Technology consists of articles which have been

  • invited to fill a specific place in the particle technology curriculum
  • reviewed by senior technical professionals to ensure quality in content and style
  • archived with a commitment to keep them posted on the Web at a stable location and in a professional setting for several years Here is the History of the ERPT.

How May You Use ERPT Articles?

  • You are permitted to post links pointing directly to ERPT pages.
  • You are pemitted to display ERPT pages (for a class)
  • You are permitted to print single copies of ERPT pages for educational use (for a course or for personal study).
  • You are not permitted to print multiple copies of ERPT pages. You must either purchase multiple copies from the copyright holder or get a written license from the copyright holder to print multiple copies of the pages.
  • You are not permitted to download ERPT pages for redistribution. You must get a written license from the copyright holder to download and redistribute the pages in any medium.
  • You are not permitted to include portions of ERPT pages in other publications in any medium. You must get written permission from the copyright holder to include portions of the pages in other publications in any medium. For pages whose copyright is held by Educational Resources for Particle Technology contact the Managing Editor (see bottom of this page) at or the chair of the Particle Technology Forum

For pages licensed to ERPT by their authors, contact the authors.


These links lead to external Web sites that supplement the resources provided by ERPT.

  • Since external sites are not under the control of ERPT, ERPT cannot guarantee the quality, stability, or long-term availability of the external material. If you find a page that no longer matches the description provided here or if you find that the external site is no longer available, please notify the Managing Editor.
  • Please abide by any rules for use (copying and distribution) which are noted on the external sites.

Disclaimers

  • ERPT is a publication of the Particle Technology Forum, a group within the American Institute of Chemical Engineers.
  • The articles published in ERPT are not official statements of the Particle Technology Forum.
  • The opinions presented in ERPT are those of the authors and do not necessarily represent the views of the Particle Technology Forum.
  • The inclusion of a link to a page external to the ERPT Web site is not an endorsement or approval of the content or style of that page.
  • The inclusion of a reference to a vendor is not an endorsement or approval of the products or services of that vendor.

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