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During this period, because of high organic matter, in leachate, suitable moisture and temperture, biological decomposition process can be done and the reaction of leachate gets acidic so leachate pH at transportation station is more acidic than it is at houses and places.
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The decomposition starting temperature of 10 wt% Ar/APS blend is in the range of 410-430[degrees]C, whereas Ar/PS blend showed lower decomposition temperture.
The crosslinking density is calculated from the storage modulus E' at temperture T = [T.
She reports Mike is happy as can be at Single-A Burlington in Iowa, though it's cold this time of year -- in his first game the temperture was nearly at freezing -- and Moustakas is batting just .
80[degrees]C, whereas upper temperture for the ionic liquids is 130-140[degrees]C.
yx] is the stress, u is the x - component velocity, v is the y - component velocity, [rho] is the density, T is the temperture, E is the activation Energy, [q.
We just want to build on the solid start we've made to pre-season training and, while we know it will be difficult in this sort of 30-degree heat, just like it was for QPR last night even though the temperture had cooled, we are all looking forward to it.
Measure the refractive index of phase A at room temperture.
Simulation par volumes finis des Transferts Couples en Milieu Poreux Anisotropes: sechange du bois a basse et a haute temperture.
For superconductors, that interest is centered on the critical temperture ([T.
However, all of the birds studied had obviously fed sufficient amounts of food and continued to breed successfully afterwards, and birds equipped solely with stomach temperture sensors, which do not interfere with the birds' hydrodynamics, caught comparable amounts of food (Putz and Bost 1994).
The sky was clear and the temperture was in the 60's as racers lined up at the starting line, ready to take off.
ALES: The older of the two brewing methods, ale is defined as a brew utilizing a top-fermenting yeast and warm fermenting temperture that imparts a distinctive "fruitiness" to the product.
Its position in the middle of the intrusion sequence suggests that a fresh influx of basaltic magma, close to the liquidus temperture was added to the system during fractional crystallization.