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The measured size of the dead zone, also called the hypoxic zone, is the 8th largest in the 33-year record and exceeds the 5,770-square-mile average from the past five years.
The measured size segregated PMs in urban areas was found higher during some periods of the year and this situation may became more worse in coming year due to the increased population and heavy traffic load in big cities like Faisalabad.
The correlation plot in Figure 3B shows a good correlation between the measured and simulated responses, implying that the fitted response adequately describes the sensor behavior in the measured size range.
Another impressive result was that recovery increased in all measured size classes." He added that, based on these results, another FeedAirJet had been approved in April for a zinc column.
Searching for solids Of a subset of exoplanets with measured size and mass, most that are less than 1.6 times Earth's diameter are probably rocky (left side of graph).
After the annealing procedure in vacuum ambient at 550[degrees]C, the agglomeration size becomes smaller than 200 nm as over 45% of the particles have measured size range of 140 nm.
Figure 9 shows the measured size distribution for the droplets formed with these two conditions.
Overall, little variability was found in the measured size on either device (overall size ranges: Scepter instrument, 6.00 to 6.30 [micro] m; Z2 Coulter Counter instrument, 5.92 to 6.41 [micro] m).
One of the earliest studies of the concentration in the life insurance industry was done by Athearn (1960) who measured size by total assets held.
A new match honing process produces bore specifications to match the measured size of individual pins, plungers, or pistons that may have dimensional inconsistencies due to special plating, coating, or other treatment.
There is a good correlation between planimetric and volumetric measured size of mastoid air cell system as reported by Flisberg & Zsigmond (1965).