The revised Model of Multiple Dimensions of Identity (MMDI
) is a direct extension of the Model of Multiple Dimensions of Identity (Jones & McEwen, 2000), and incorporates the connection between the "identity construction process: content, meaning making, and identity perceptions" of the individual (Abes, Jones, & McEwen, 2007, p.
One of four sites participating in the MMDI
, the City of San Antonio, Tex., committed to the deployment of Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) designed to address gaps in existing traveler services and to provide improvements in areas such as customer satisfaction, safety, mobility, and most important, quality traveler information systems.
On this basis, PMDI and monomeric MDI (MMDI
) would exhibit somewhat similar cloud point curves.
The isocyanates used in this work are toluene diisocyanate (TDI) (80% 2,4[prime] and 20% 2,6[prime]-isomers), monomeric methylene diphenylene diisocyanate (MMDI) (50% 4,4[prime] and 50% 2,4[prime]-isomers), and polymeric methylene diphenylene diisocyanate (PMDI) (mixture containing the 3-, 4-, and higher-ring materials).
The PMDI (polymeric methylene diphenylene diisocyanate) and MMDI (monomeric methylene diphenylene diisocyanate) foams in Micrographs 5 and 6 show what appear to be a broad distribution of both large and small cells, as compared with the TDI foam in Micrograph 7.
As shown in Table 1, both PMDI and MMDI formed clear solutions with the 80:20 polyol blend in carbon dioxide initially at pressures of 10 MPa (1500 psi) and above.
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