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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0] decreases upon the increase of DME mass fraction.
In a closed system, the total refrigerant mass is fixed and the interfacial mass fraction (solubility) decreases because pressure decreases as a result of absorption.
The initial values of temperature and mass fraction are spinning parameters.
the mass fraction of sulphur at the end of refining of the metal in the furnace-ladle system was reduced by a factor of 1.
These findings are supported by observations of more than 200 further galaxies, where different estimates of their dynamical state also indicate a high baryonic mass fraction," the Max Planck Institute for Extraterrestrial Physics, whose researchers were involved in the study, said in a (http://www.
infinity]] of water in sheets of PMMA based on experimental values of the equilibrium mass fraction [w.
Determination of the mass fraction of the active ingredient 15% mesotrione dispersed oil suspension active ingredient mesotrione with 250 mm * 4.