Mosaicity


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Mosaicity

the condition of being rooted in Mosaic tradition.
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Multifocality and mosaicity of depolarization of the left ventricular myocardium are expressed in a considerably less degree during ventricular pacing in comparison with sinus rhythm.
In contrast, multifocality and mosaicity of the activation pattern were expressed in a considerably less degree during ectopic excitation, and the LV free wall was mostly excited due to successive spreading of the depolarization wave from a pacing site (Fig.
In particular, the mosaicity of the flat crystal analyzer (pyrolitic graphite) contributes to limit the axial and equatorial divergence to a few hundredths of a degree (Gaussian distribution).
But this criticism of Smith becomes a hardly sustainable defence of the Mosaicity of the Decalogue along the lines of G.
With the X8 PROSPECTOR, crystallographers can rapidly determine the diffraction limit, mosaicity and space group of even extremely small protein crystals, typically in less than 5 minutes per sample.
The source of errors of outlier data was identified, The SRM project involved the certification of lattice parameters using four well-aligned single crystal diffractometers at (Bell Laboratories) Lucent Technologies and at NRC of Canada (39 ruby spheres), the quantification of the Cr content using a combined microprobe and SEM/EDS technique, and the evaluation of the mosaicity of the ruby spheres using a double-crystal spectrometry method.
Therefore crystal growth of the ruby crystal appears to be anisotropic, with corresponding mosaicity due to the shape of these grains.
In addition, the absence of deleterious effects on mosaicity and diffraction resolution of cryosalt-treated crystals makes them as useful as the more traditional cryoprotectants.