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partition coefficient

n
(Chemistry) chem the ratio of the concentrations of a substance in two heterogenous phases in equilibrium with each other
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From the viewpoint of producing MGC with very fine-grained texture and a higher Ce distribution coefficient, the [mu]-PD method is a useful and favorable method for the production of yellow phosphors for white LEDs.
Nevertheless, despite the revealed differences, an increase in MM 280/254 nm distribution coefficient for both histological types of non-small-cell lung cancer (NSCLC) (+4.
This leaves the distribution coefficient between wood composites and air K, the mass transfer coefficient D of formaldehyde inside the wood composites, the mass transfer coefficient [h.
Influence of pH on the distribution coefficient of Pb(II)
The decrease in binding percentage was observed by increase in initial concentration of sorbate with corresponding decrease in distribution coefficient 'Rd' (Fig.
Then, an offline GA with penalty function is adopted to search the optimal distribution coefficients under the various LHD points, aiming at the least energy consumption of battery while taking overload punishment in consideration.
348 K) for optimizing the conditions of GC implementation to determine ionol contents in the transformer oil by the method of ionol single extraction with ethanol and further calculation with estimated equation using the ionol distribution coefficient.
2]s L Length of the fiber, m m Distribution coefficient, dimensionless P Pressure, Pa Q Volumetric flow rate, [m.
Some researchers [7,22] believe that manganese increases along with meteoric diagenetic processes, because the distribution coefficient of Mn is high in the meteoric waters so that reaches about 15ppm, in conclusion considerable amount of Mn will be entered into the calcite network.
The percent removal of the aromatic, distribution coefficient, B, and selectivity, S, were calculated from the experimental composition of the tie-line ends as:
The distribution coefficient indicates the capability of a soil to retain a solute and the extent of its release to the liquid phase and is a useful parameter to compare the behaviour of a given contaminant in different soils or the sorptive capacity of different soils for any particular ion (Alloway 1995).
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