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Table 10: World 10-Year Perspective for Titrators by Product Segment - Percentage Breakdown of Dollar Sales for Volumetric Titrators, and Coulometric Titrators for Years 2003, 2008 & 2012 II-26
Uniaxial relaxation or creep data can define a shear modulus as G(t) [approximately equals] 1/3 E(t); volumetric test data or [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] is not needed in such a case.
In this context, the present study aimed to evaluate the contraction of the axes, unit volumetric shrinkage and volumetric shrinkage of the mass of safflower grains during drying.
The Z-Class offers a different kind of experience for volumetric truck owners and operators, he adds.
Backscattering Coefficient and Volumetric Water Content.
The report segments the volumetric display components into projectors, motor & position sensors, mirrors, rendering software, and rendering electronics.
Dosing and balance technology has evolved to such a degree that gravimetric weighing--even for very small quantities--can promote greater accuracy, safety and cost-effective sample preparation on an ongoing basis than even the most consistent human operator using volumetric methods.
User-selectable control modes mean users can switch quickly between mass flow, volumetric flow and absolute pressure measurement and control in laboratory use.
MO EXPLAINS: A VOLUMETRIC SYSTEM DOSES MATERIAL ACCORDING TO THE ACE IT OCCUPIES I.
This contract follows Macao Water's selection of Elster in May 2011 to supply up to 26,000 V100 volumetric water meters and 600 meters from Elster's bulk water meter range.
SEVP Business Development Hamid Farooq while introducing the Volumetric IP Bandwidth service stated that Carrier Services &Whole-sale wing is a one window facility in PTCL that addresses carrier and wholesale customers infrastructure and service requirements.
Patients with mild cognitive impairment (MCI) or Alzheimer's disease (AD) who walked just 5 miles/wk had significantly less neurodegeneration on three-dimensional volumetric MRI and a more than 50% reduction in cognitive decline and memory loss over 10 years than did sedentary cognitively impaired individuals, reported Cyrus A.