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JCST

Journal of Current Science and Technology

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Editor's Note

Welcome to Rangsit Journal of Arts and Sciences

Rangsit Journal of Arts and Sciences (RJAS) is an international scholarly journal officially published biannually, in print in Volume 1 Number 1 in 2011 ISSN 2229-063X and electronic journal on www.rsu.ac.th/rjas/index.php in Volume 2 Number 1 in 2012 ISSN xxxx-xxxx.  The months of publication are June and December.  It is a multidisciplinary journal that aims to provide a high profile vehicle for publication of various new issues in different academic areas.  RJAS invites scholars, researchers, professionals and academicians to publish their manuscripts in the journal..

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Rangsit Journal of Arts and Sciences. Vol.4 No.1 , January - June 2014.
Table of Contents
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Editor's Note
Socio-economic inequalities in Southeast Asia: Some implications for researchers in the Medical and Social Sciences
Editor
i-ii
Research Articles
Teaching business French with macrosimulation
Andrew-Peter Lian and Catherine R. Moore
1-10
The use of subtitled English cartoon movies to support reading comprehension of Chinese elementary school students
Gao Yang Chen and Ruja Pholsward
11-30
Biosynthesis of elliptical hematite microparticles and their photocatalytic performance
Bashir Ahmmad, Kensaku Kanomata, Fumihiko Hirose, Junichi Kurawaki, and Takahiro Ohkubo
31-38
In vitro kill-time test of disinfectants against Pseudomonas aeruginosa recovered from water associated with hemodialysis applications
Patamaporn Sukplang and Acharawan Thongmee
39-45
Approaches to improve dissolution of capsule containing a poorly water-soluble drug : Mefenamic acid
Sansanee Pongwai and Pienkit Dangprasirt
47-58
A synergetic control design of generator excitation and STATCOM of power systems
Adirak Kanchanaharuthai and Arsit Boonyaprapasorn
59-70
Group maximum power tracking for distributed power source
Kasemsan Siri and Somboon Sooksatra
71-82
Notes or Short Communications
International health perspective during the past century
Samlee Plianbangchang
83-90