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periodic system

(ˌpɪərɪˈɒdɪk)
n
(Chemistry) the classification of the elements based on the periodic law
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periodic system

, periodic table
n (Chem) → Periodensystem nt
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The data can be regarded as a highly detailed 'periodic system' of brain cells and provide the answer to the question of what type of brain cells they are and which genes control them.
Only a regular, periodic system audit of the green channel could cut down its misuses.
In this paper, we consider the limit periodic system with attractiveness (i.e., [lim.sub.t[right arrow][infinity]][absolute value of ([C.sub.0](t) - [C.sup.*.sub.0](t))] = 0) and obtain the positive stochastic periodic solution, which extends the results in [8] to a stochastic nonautonomous situation.
The lattice kymatology of the periodic system can also provide an explanation.
The introduction of the lithium metal-oxide battery has enabled single-use military systems to become more miniature, cost effective, and reliable with the ability to perform periodic system readiness tests.
This is a typical periodic system. The space-time evolution of electromagnetic fields in these systems is governed by the wave equation.
[phi](s) [member of] [C.sub.LT] is the initial distribution of infectious individuals in this periodic environment, and Y(t,s), t [greater than or equal to] s is the evolution operator of the linear periodic system:
The Kalman filter equations are derived for the resultant periodic system.
These controls can include "whitelists" of approved applications, periodic system scans to identify unauthorized software or workstations, imaging for control of configuration, and maintaining up-to-date software.
Some companies use a periodic system where they record inventory changes at the end of an accounting period, while others use a perpetual system, recording changes continuously.

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