MASCON

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MASCONMass Concentration (gravity anomalies on the Moon)
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We have performed an individual gravimetric (filtered) calibration through possible simultaneous assortment of a gravimetric (filtered) sample of the size segregated PM mass concentration sample.
The result analysis of gas, humidity, air and thermal conditions allows discovering the behavior of the mass concentration of carbon dioxide, temperature and air speed on the height of the winter garden.
Although current evidence supports the use of [PM.sub.2.5] mass concentrations as the most appropriate indicator of [PM.sub.2.5] exposure, there are potential regional differences in particle composition and biological activity, with limited evidence to indicate the role of oxidative potential.
After 4 hours, uncured Tetric EvoCeram and uncured Tetric EvoFlow in mass concentration of 0.013 g/mL showed a statistically significant difference in the number of micronuclei in comparison to the control group (Figs.
(ii) Boundary condition: when [mathematical expression not reproducible] (i.e., the concentration of C[O.sub.2] is equal to the initial mass concentration).
Comparing the pore size distribution statistics of three different concentrations of filling slurries with different curing times, the change in mass concentration within one hour had little effect on the pore size distribution of each filling slurry.
To examine the relationship between TEOM and sensors, only sensor outputs related to the [PM.sub.2.5] mass concentration were taken into account.
Their study focused mainly on the effects of the inclination angle and the operating pressure on the heat transfer of the heat pipe using the nanofluid with the mass concentration of CuO nanoparticles of 1.0wt%.
Nephelometers detect particles, then measure light scattering by the particle, and using assumptions about optical properties and density, assign a size to each particle to produce a mass concentration estimate--not a mass measurement.
In order to create a 3D map of the so-called galaxy flow field - which shows the movement of matter away from regions that are relatively empty and toward regions of mass concentration - the researchers used powerful telescopes like Hubble.
where t is time and x, y are components of the Cartesian coordinate system; C is the mass concentration of atmospheric aerosol; (u, v) is the horizontal wind velocity; [A.sub.H] is the horizontal diffusivity coefficient; S is the source term; [C.sup.0] (x, y) is the given initial condition.
Parameter [gamma] = mN/[rho] denotes the mass concentration of dust particles; [tau] = m/K is the relaxation time of particle phase and [rho], v, [sigma], and [B.sub.0] represent the density, kinematic viscosity, electrical conductivity of the fluid, and induced magnetic field, respectively.