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DCohen's Measure of Effect Size (statistics; usually expressed as italic d)
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DUndenominated United States Stamp (22 cents, introduced 17 Nov 1985)
DTotal Outside Dose (radiation)
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On the contrary, El-Dieb [8] observed that an increasing fibers' volume fraction leads to a slightly higher chloride diffusion coefficient. Considering the disagreements in the observed results, the chloride transport property of SFRC needs to be further studied and the effects of steel fibers need to be discussed.
Umanodan et al., "Histogram analysis of apparent diffusion coefficient in differentiating pancreatic adenocarcinoma and neuroendocrine tumor," Medicine, vol.
The calculation of [D.sub.app] (apparent diffusion coefficient) from chloride profiles is a common practice since this parameter depicts the mortar/concrete's ability to resist chloride penetration in a natural environment.
and, assuming the accessible porosity equals the total porosity [[eta].sub.tot], the pore diffusion coefficient [D.sub.p] ([m.sup.2]/s)
Results: The mean apparent diffusion coefficients (ADCs) [+ or -]SD of the superficial lobes were 0.89x[10.sup.-3][+ or -]0.2x[10.sup.-3] and 0.9x[10.sup.-3][+ or -]0.17x[10.sup.-3] [mm.sup.2]/s in the right and left sides, respectively.
A simplified model based on Fick's second law was used to evaluate the effective diffusion coefficients for obtaining the detailed information on water loss and solid gain during osmotic dehydration.
*P<0.05; **P<0.01 (t-test) [D.sup.*]: effective diffusion coefficient; [lambda]: tortuosity; K: elimination rate constant.
The effective diffusion coefficient ([D.sup.eff]) is an important parameter used in studies of chemical elements diffusion on solid and liquid matrices.
Therefore, slope of dX/dt versus X will be [mathematical expression not reproducible] The overall liquid diffusion coefficient is calculated from the slope.
where ip is the peak current (A), n is the number of electron transfer (1 in present study), D is diffusion coefficient, A is the area of electrode (0.071 cm 2), C is the concentration (5 x 10-3-3 mol cm) and is the -1 scan rate in V s.
It was assumed here that the geometrical effects of the UD and [+ or -] 45[degrees] composites is neglected, and the diffusion coefficient in the composites is the same in all directions, as it is in the resin; that is [D.sub.x] = [D.sub.y] = [D.sub.z].
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