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Bi·ot

(bē-ō'),
Camille, 19th-century French physician. See: Biot breathing, Biot respiration, Biot breathing sign, Biot sign.

biot

A CGS (non-SI or International System) unit of electric current equal to 10 amperes.
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BioT ULT Mobile Workstation, a larger, mobile version of the transporter that is designed for open access to large sample sets, while maintaining < -70[degrees]C to -50[degrees]C temperature stability for over 15 hours with the lid open.
The variation of Biot number with time is shown in Figure 9 for the 8 mm (0.
He now maintains a studio in RAK in addition to the original workshop in his hometown Biot, where each of his creations is handcrafted to flawless beauty and perfection.
14 are the Stefan number (St) and the Biot numbers (Bi) of the resin and film parts.
Biot [4] formulated the theory of coupled thermoelasticity to eliminate the shortcoming of the classical uncoupled theory.
Renowned throughout Europe for his trademark "dry cut" and innovative colouring techniques, Biot and his eponymous salon are looking to make a permanent mark on the fashion and beauty scene in the UAE.
2] x s x [degrees]C) and typical for the pellets size of the sphere, values of the Biot criterion constitute 0.
SOPRANO CHANTAL DIONNE RECEIVED THE JURY'S Award and the Festival Award last June at the Concert-Competition of the Schlumberger Foundation, Les grandes voix de demain, at the Festival des Heures Musicales de Biot in France.
Speaking from Marjan's home at Biot near Nice in the South of France, mum Marjaneh said: "My daughter has finally found happiness with Noel.
The f factor is a function of the Biot number while the j factor is a function of the Biot number and the location within the food item.