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If, for example, the first initiator chooses an x personal strategy, the latter can only be 'a priori' certain of the win given by:
Initiator was fed into the reactor using a single piston Eldex Laboratories micrometering pump.
Since the crowdfunding moderator is receiving a fee for providing an internet link for contributors to make contributions, these click-through nexus provisions may create nexus for the project initiator if the moderator has substantial nexus in a click-through nexus state.
In the centralized algorithms [8,15,16], the initiator maintains the Local Wait-For Graph (LWFG) to detect a deadlock.
Chip manufacturer Intel Corporation has released a software initiator package to drive the development of Fibre Channel over Ethernet (FCoE) solutions for the Linux operating system.
The system is easy to install, is totally secure and is interoperable with a number of software and hardware initiators.
Scientists tailoring advanced materials for specific applications might achieve a more perfect fit, thanks to a new batch of initiators that can create polymer molecules with specific chain lengths for a range of materials.
The other one-third is its business support software, which includes billing, mediation, interconnect settlements and now Initiator.
Rubber starts forming when an initiator binds to an enzyme called rubber transferase.
Vetted Participants -- Ensures a trading community of qualified Buy-Side initiators and Sell-Side liquidity providers that organically trade in large block sizes.
The conventional emulsion polymerization besides all of its benefits has some disadvantages, such as high polydispersity of produced particles, instability of colloidal particles, application of initiator in high levels which may affect the purity and properties of the final products [2, 4-6].