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Calbo and Moraes (2000) also demonstrated a decrease in conductance rates for the Amazonian species E.
The conductance data presented here are representative of the larger set of data that will be collected and used to create a physics-based, semi-empirical model of the recuperator that accounts for mixture and flow-regime (i.
We notice an oscillatory behavior of the conductance.
The conductance of metal ions in aqueous medium (Table 1.
In internal combustion engine, Huang and Ju [13] employed the conjugate gradient method to solve the inverse problem to determine the periodic thermal contact conductance as a function of time between the exhaust valve and seat.
Investigations were performed to compare diatomaceous earth (DE), a low thermal conductance refractory (high insulation coating), to graphite (G), a high thermal conductance refractory (low insulation coating), at temperatures and pressures that simulated pouring cast iron against a coated phenolic urethane coldbox (PUCB) disc (Fig.
According to Toray, the company has developed a hydrocarbon-type membrane that suppresses methanol crossover to less than one-tenth of the existing flourine-type membranes while maintaining the equivalent conductance.
While it is straightforward to make conductance or resistance measurements of bulk materials, it is understandably much more difficult to measure the conductance through an individual molecule--not least because the "electrodes" that need to be attached are typically much larger than the molecule under study.
The Tag-It test identifies a group of variations in a gene called the "cystic fibrosis transmembrane conductance regulator" (or CTFR gene)that causes cystic fibrosis.
It has a minimum conductance of 10 to 20 [micro]A with 1000 VDC applied over a 14-in.
Photosynthesis (Anet) and stomatal conductance (gs) declined as VWC declined.