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concentration measured by the number of moles of solute per liter of solution


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Typical tensile stress-strain profiles (a) and (b) fracture stress and toughness of SHPAAc-[Fe.sup.3+] hydrogels at different AAc molar concentration. [Color figure can be viewed at]
where [m.sub.A] and [m.sub.O] are the masses of boron in aqueous phase and organic phase, respectively; [C.sub.A] and [C.sub.O] are the molar concentrations of boron in aqueous phase and organic phase, respectively.
The gain characteristic for the used dye molar concentration (0.2 x [10.sup.-6]-1.4 x [10.sup.-6]) and pump power (1-10 kW) was presented.
Molar concentration ratios of IL-18BP/IL-18 were 17.3 (11.2-23.0) and 9.93 (6.9-33.7) in plasma of HC subjects and patient with eczema, respectively (Figure 1(e)).
In addition, an increase in the concentration of [beta]HBA with advancing age of the animals was expected, since there was an increase in the starter intake from the fourth week of age (Figure 1) and a consequent increase in the molar concentration of butyrate in ruminal fluid.
Table 1: Molar concentration and weight of constituent precursors along with the nomenclature of synthesized nanopowders Nomenclature Molar concentration Weight (g)/100 ml of DDW CNT DHP Ti[O.sub.2] CNT DHP Ti[O.sub.2] HAP 1 0.53 -- 23.614 7.658 -- Ti[O.sub.2] -- 1 -- 7.99 HT0 HT1 HT2 HT4 1 0.53 1 23.614 7.658 7.99 HT8 HT16 HT24 HT48 Nomenclature Aging time (hour) HAP 24 Ti[O.sub.2] 24 HT0 0 HT1 1 HT2 2 HT4 4 HT8 3 HT16 16 HT24 24 HT48 48 Table 2: Comparison of phase structure of differently prepared HAP/Ti[O.sub.2] nanopowders with the present work Phase structure Synthesis method References HAP, anatase Co-precipitation Present Ti[O.sub.2] work HAP, Ti Powder metallurgy 4 HAP, anatase Combmed high gravity 7 Ti[O.sub.2] and hydrothermal Anatase, HAP, [alpha]- Hydrothermal 9 TCP.
The Molar Conductivity ([LAMBDA]) defined as the ratio between the electrical conductivity of solutions and the molar concentration of the same solution was given by the following equation (Feng, Y., et al, 2010):
The molar concentration of zinc-containing salt in the working solution was varied in the range of 0,01 to 0,05 M, trisodium citrate--0,03 to 0,07 M, Thiourea--0,025 to 0,25 M, the deposition time--from 40 to 120 minutes, the temperature--from 50 to 90[degrees]C.
Results: The results showed that polydatin and resveratrol could mutually transform in vivo, the molar concentration of polydatin in serum was always averagely 3.35 and 4.28 times as much as resveratrol after oral administration of polydatin and resveratrol at 200 mg/kg, respectively.
In the present system of pyrimidine derivatives, free length(figure-5) varies nonlinearly with increase in molar concentration which suggests the significant interaction between solute and solvent due to which structural arrangement is also affected.
The explanation of these results is that at low concentration of bromoxynil the molar concentration of the adsorption sites equal to 0.0096 [meql.sup.-1].
A linear relationship was observed by plotting the log of residual molar concentration of STP versus time (Figure 6(b)) which indicates first-order kinetics according to the following equation:
where [F.sub.A] is the mole fraction of N-acetylglucosamine residues, [] is the chitosan sample mass, [] is the molar mass of glucosamine unit, [V.sub.NaOH] is the volume of NaOH 0.1 mol [dm.sup.-3] solution used to neutralize the protonated free amino groups, and [M.sub.NaOH] is the molar concentration of NaOH solution.
At 30 minutes after infusion the molar concentration of butyrate significantly increased (P less than 0.01) and remained elevated for 3.5 h.
sublingual) was the BPAG: BPA plasma molar concentration ratio.