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give the global failure criterion ofrock mass unit [14], which is elaborated as follows.
IRW--normalized per mass unit amount of drinking water, consumed by person per day, ml / (kg x day).
According to the 1998 Guidelines for Limiting Exposure to Time-Varying Electric, Magnetic, and Electromagnetic Fields (up to 300 GHz) published by The International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection there are two parameters that should be restricted: 1.Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) in W/Kg, which is the radiation energy absorbed per mass unit of human tissue per second.
The oxidative potential of [PM.sub.10] was 4.6 times higher than the oxidative potential of [PM.sub.2.5] when expressed per volume unit and 3.1 times higher when expressed per mass unit. The results of this study suggest that measures of oxidative stress could serve as biologically relevant indicators of exposure to air pollutants.
Per diaper, the mass unit area of diapers used is less than 25 gsm and table one shows the amount of imported polypropylene filament nonwovens used in this amount of diapers.
Step 2: In this step, the students were asked to define the atomic mass unit (amu).
The partial balance equations of this charge are obtained by taking into consideration that the mass unit of ions transmits a constant number of electric charges [e.sup.[alpha]].
Considering that at least some of the abovementioned resources costs would be reduced in an eventual CFRA1 mass production, the price of this material is given below, for different lay-ups, in Euros per mass unit and per area unit.
[e.sub.c] = kinetic energy per mass unit, J x [kg.sup.-1]
Masscode tags have a modular structure, including a tetrafluorophenyl ester for tag conjugation to primary amines; an o-nitrobenzyl photolabile linker for photoredox cleavage of the tag from the analyte; a mass spectrometry sensitivity enhancer, which improves the efficiency of atmospheric pressure chemical ionization of the cleaved tag; and a variable mass unit for variation of the cleaved tag mass (8,10-12).
"The pound (avoirdupois) or international pound is the mass unit defined as exactly 0.45359237 kilograms (or 453.59237 grams)." One wonders how the United States can officially adopt SI standards but reject the metric system that is founded on them.
Improve the yield per mass unit of the desired compounds vs current routes through the BIOSEA process.
Pebbles were dried and characterized by granulometric composition tests, CMS, Los Angeles abrasion resistance, specific density and mass unit, according to ABNT standards (Table 4).
Oxidative potential of [PM.sup.10] was 4.6 times higher than the oxidative potential of [PM.sup.2.5] when expressed per volume unit and 3.1 times higher when expressed per mass unit.