mass fraction


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mass fraction

The ratio of the mass of a constituent to the total mass of the system in which the constituent is contained.
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Adjusting the mass fraction of oil shale sent for retorting appropriately can be used to optimize the overall profits with oil price variation.
The fat content is 20%, the protein mass fraction is 2.
The relative abundance of each aggregate-size class was expressed as a mass fraction of the total soil mass in incubated cores or field-moist samples.
Increasing the SDS mass fraction for fixed high temperature (68 [degrees]C) shows smooth shape change for the ellipsoidal micelles.
Then, the re-laminarization phenomenon and region of weakened flow resistance were found according to the variation of pressure drop [DELTA]P affected by the velocity and solid mass fraction X throughout the flow regions, including laminar, intermediate, and turbulent flows.
1) is shown in the temperature range from 30 [degrees]C to 900 [degrees]C; on the left ordinate is mass fraction and on the right ordinate is the corresponding calculated number of water layers progressively removed from the HA-SRM surface.
The difference in the mass fraction of particle coatings between wet and dry silanization can be attributed to agglomeration of the nanoparticles during the drying of the uncoated nanoparticles (29)-(31).
Three clusters of results for the mass fraction of EC (relative to total-C), reported as information values on the Certificate of Analysis, are 0.
T] temperature shift factor C mass fraction of [CO.
In order to characterize the PLLA-PDLLA composition gradients with FTIR-RTM, we had to construct a calibration curve using spectra obtained from discrete blend films (0, 25, 50, 75, 100)% by mass fraction of PLLA/PDLLA.