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Thus, the potential diagram showed that the equilibrating compositions of all three nCaP materials form a general group, and the solutions were mostly supersaturated with respect to HA, OCP and [beta]-TCP and under-saturated with respect to [alpha]-TCP, as described above.
Average warp values are shown in Table 7 for the 2 by 4s ripped from the 10 EGAR panels after planing and equilibrating to 12 percent MC.
To obtain the chemical distribution of the species in solution at the working conditions for the studied equilibrium of cation and anions, the data were processed at the molar concentrations and the pH values measured for each equilibrating solution with the GEOCHEM program (Sposito and Mattigod 1980; Parker et al.
This response is an equilibrating reaction of the NZDAUD, with the (dampening) effect of the exchange rate on activity working to counter the positive impact of the innovation.
In the investment market, movements in investment itself are equilibrating in both periods.
The balance of payments acts as an equilibrating mechanism to assure this result.
3] groups had increased and appeared to be equilibrating at levels present in the 4 mg/[m.
Based on calculations using a commercially available software "Chemist" (MicroMath, Salt Lake City, UT), the solutions were prepared by equilibrating crystalline HA in 8.
Clearly, the equilibrating conditions along both hoop and longitudinal directions are self-satisfied.
149-50] offered five different perceptions, or aspects, of the modern Austrian school, aspects which derive from its (1) origins in the writings of Carl Menger, (2) attention to the economy's intertemporal capital structure, (3) capacity to bolster market-oriented policies, (4) focus on equilibrating processes as opposed to equilibrium states, and (5) acknowledgment of "radical" uncertainty faced by market participants.
Furthermore, consultation and cooperation on macroeconomic policies by the major industrial countries have increased over the floating-rate era amid a growing perception that the existing international monetary arrangements have not exerted as much equilibrating influence on payments imbalances, or provided as much independence for monetary policies, as had been hoped.