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With the determination of whether NO is flow dependent, the calculation of parameters aside from concentrations, namely DNO, the diffusion factor for NO across nasal membranes, and Cw, the wall concentration of nasal NO can be determined and can be used as separate markers in different diseases.
Combining Eqs 4 and 5, a diffusion factor f([alpha]) can be defined as:
In reality, the onset of diffusion effects is somewhat more gradual and there is a region in which both chemical and diffusion factors control the kinetics.
11] employed Kamal's [8] autocatalytic model with a diffusion factor to describe the isothermal cure kinetics of amine cured epoxy resin.
The technology level, market diffusion factor, effect of technology on macro-economy, financial balance of the company, and biocompatibility of the technology are among the most important issues evaluated by the referees in the competition.
Therefore, possibly, the greater is the diffusion factor, the faster this component will evaporate.
Although cyclopentane concentration decreased, the only benzene concentration decreased 10 times among all aromatic hydrocarbons because it has a greater diffusion factor of all aromatic hydrocarbons; the concentrations of other representatives increased considerably during evaporation.
In the activity and diffusion models (panels A and D, respectively), the forecasts become much flatter, indicating that the CFNAI and the diffusion factors appear to be less predictive of inflation changes in the wake of the Great Recession.
Yamamoto, "Isotopic Approximations to Thermal Diffusion Factors and Ordinary Diffusion Coefficients in Mixtures of More Than Four Components," J.
organizational culture and decision effectiveness), the best three measures were retained: for the strategic diffusion factors (i.
Three of the critical diffusion factors will receive attention as part of the knowledge transfer process.

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