E.G.

(redirected from Eg.)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Financial, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

E.G.

An abbreviation for exempli gratia [Latin, for the sake of an example].

The phrase e.g. is frequently used in law books in lieu of the phrase "for example."

West's Encyclopedia of American Law, edition 2. Copyright 2008 The Gale Group, Inc. All rights reserved.
References in periodicals archive ?
The presence of the micropores will be of benefit for guaranteeing an excellent adsorption property of the prepared EG.
Table 6 (Appendix) reports the estimated results of three models of chain B regressions measuring the influence of different indicators of HD on EG. In order to capture the lagged impact of HD initiatives on EG, the variable chosen to measure EG is average PCSDP over succeeding three years.
The missional theme of "hospitality" is projected as an inherent dimension of mission and evangelism in both TTL and EG.
Pizza-nality: Chicken eg. Pollo ad Astra= Driven, competitive, assertive
However, the flame-retardant properties of HDPE/EVA are greatly improved due to the addition of RPM with EG. The LOI value increases with increasing the RPM content.
Figure 6 shows that the thermal stability of the composite with 50 wt% of EG is higher than the one with 40 wt% of EG. The amount of weight loss for the composite with 40 wt% of EG is 31 wt% and for the one with 50 wt% of EG is only 25 wt% up to the temperature of 700[degrees]C, which indicates that the thermal stability of the composite is enhanced by the incorporation of EG fillers.
This fact was mainly owing to poor compatibility between filler and polymer matrix, which probably could be improved by the use of filler surface treatment [23, 30], But, it could be seen that the elongation at break of the flame-retardant composites remained relatively high values when filled with 20 phr of EG. The tensile strengths of HDPE/EVA/EGI and HDPE/EVA/EG2 decreased to 10.1 and 9.2 MPa, respectively, compared to 15.6 MPa of HDPE/EVA.
EDS analysis was performed to confirm the presence of polar groups (hydroxyl and carboxylated acid group) on the surface of MEG after the modification of EG. Figure 3 shows the EDX spectra of EG and MEG with wt% of different elements.
As observed, the synthesized MMCM with its superior performance is promising as an attractive membrane for PV dehydration of EG.
The objectives of this work include investigating the kinetics of air stripping in terms of removal of residual AA from PET at different temperatures and monitoring changes in the concentrations of other by-products such as 2-methyl-1, 3-dioxolane (2MD) and EG. The kinetics of PET molecular weight changes resulting from polymerization during air stripping is investigated as is the mechanism of 2MD formation by inter-relating changes in its concentration with diffusion of AA and production of other by-products.