Malcom Essay

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Departamento de Ingeniería Química y
Tecnología del Medio Ambiente
Memoria para optar al grado de Doctor por la Universidad de Valladolid presentada por el Ingeniero Químico:
Manuel Guillermo Cerpa Chávez
Valladolid, Abril del 2007


La presente Tesis Doctoral queda registrada en el folio Nº
del correspondiente Libro de Registro con el Nº:
Valladolid, a de de 2007
Fdo: El encargado del Registro

Maria José Cocero Alonso Catedrática del Dpto. de Ingeniería Química y Tecnología del Medio Ambiente
Universidad de Valladolid
Rafael B. Mato Chaín Profesor Titular del Dpto. de Ingeniería Química y Tecnología del Medio Ambiente
Universidad de Valladolid
MANUEL GUILLERMO CERPA CHAVEZ ha realizado bajo su dirección el
trabajo titulado "Hidrodestilación de aceites esenciales: Modelado y Caracterización",
en el Departamento de Ingeniería Química y Tecnología del Medio Ambiente de la
Facultad de Ciencias de la Universidad de Valladolid. Considerando que dicho trabajo
reúne los requisitos para ser presentado como Tesis Doctoral, expresan su conformidad
con dicha presentación.
Y para que conste, firman la presente en Valladolid, a de de 2007
_____________________ __________________ María José Cocero Alonso Rafael B. Mato Chaín

Reunido el Tribunal que ha de juzgar la Tesis Doctoral "Hidrodestilación de
aceites esenciales: Modelado y Caracterización" presentada por el Ingeniero Manuel
Guillermo Cerpa Chávez, y en cumplimiento con lo establecido por el Real Decreto
778/1998 (BOE 01.05.98) ha acordado conceder por __________________ la
calificación de _________________.
Valladolid, a de de 2.007

Gracias a Dios, sin él, soy nada.
A mis Padres, por su apoyo incondicional y permanente.
A María José, Directora de Tesis, socia del Proyecto y Maestra;
por confiar en alguien que desconocía;
por darme la oportunidad que muchos me negaron;
por darme misiones imposibles;
por su presta dirección y asesoramiento.
Ha sido un gran honor y privilegio, ser su alumno.
A Rafael, co-Director de Tesis,
por su apoyo y consejos en el análisis del proceso;
por su paciencia, meticulosidad y exigencia en la investigación.
A Teresa, por su paciente y minuciosa labor con el SEM.
A José María, por sus consejos y enseñanzas con el GC/MS.
A Salva, Daniel F. y Daniel R. por el diseño y construcción del equipo.
A todos y cada uno de mis colegas doctorandos y becarios,
por hacerme sentir uno de ellos.
A los profesores del Dpto., por...

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