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74", there are no change in intensities whereas, at 39.
The tones were presented at 4 intensities (74, 84, 94, and 104 dB sound pressure level) in 4 blocks of 16 tones, repeated 4 times in a Latin square design for a total of 256 tone presentations.
This is modeled by additional constraints that force the intensities of the relevant projects to be within the window of minimum and maximum intensities.
The light intensities of the four different curing lights were affected differently with the placement of the various barriers.
Similarly, because a greater percentage of fat is burned at lower intensities, it is often assumed more fat calories are expended at lower intensities.
The results, together with the information we are gathering on the effects of different fire intensities on vegetation, provide a scientific basis to adjust our burn prescriptions if necessary.
in varying intensities all over Mindanao, according to the Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology (Phivolcs).
Participants reported similar enjoyment levels with both intensities of exergaming, which indicates that children may be equally likely to continue playing the high intensity games.
The researchers used functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) scanners to probe brain responses in eight women and eight men as they whiffed chemical solutions of varying aromatic intensities.
His Geiger detectors had a very high dead time (in the order of ins) so that no high intensities could be accurately measured.
As described in our (mid) May/June running program, interval training is a protocol that involves intermittent runs at various intensities with designated relief periods.