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Thermal treatment (90 AdegC, 30 min) of emulsions containing egg albumin protein in continuous phase led a pronounced change in the flow behavior of the materials (Scheme 1).
4 (15 sec), some of the sea-island structures survived, while others became continuous phase.
Desorbed protein from 2-hour-oxidized samples exhibited greater losses of fluorescence and more extensive polymerization of myosin than myofibrillar protein in the continuous phase, as detected by sodium dodecyl sulfate polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis.
Maxwell's law was used to calculate the permeability coefficient of a biphasic system composed of a continuous phase and droplet-dispersed domains:
The other way destabilization can occur is if molecules of the dispersed phases have a relatively higher solubility in the continuous phase.
Lok and Lehnert presented a DSSS-CPM format with continuous phase in symbol transitions as well as chip intervals [5], which is the basic scheme discussed in this paper.
This relationship shows clearly how size can be determined from diffusion speed, provided that the temperature and continuous phase viscosity of the sample are known.
Among the main advantages of impinging stream systems including liquid-solid phases, mention can be made of increase in the relative velocity between solid particles and liquid phase, increase in the residence time of the particles due to the fluctuation of particles in the continuous phase, improvement of the effective area for mass and heat transfer phenomena, and the maximum light attraction due to the dispersion of slurry within the reactor," Seyed Javid Royaee, one of the researchers at Amir Kabir University of Technology, told INIC.
Digital modulation techniques are applied to optical communications systems and networks, in areas such as binary and quadrature amplitude shift keying, phase shift keying, differential shift keying, continuous phase shift keying, frequency shift keying, multilevel modulation, and multi-subcarriers.

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