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per·i·od·ic ta·ble

(pēr'ē-od'ik tā'bĕl)
A graphic arrangement of chemical elements by atomic number and chemical properties.

periodic table

A chart with the chemical elements arranged by their atomic numbers.
See: periodic law
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Infilling particles migration inside a representative element under erosion effects is affected by both convection and processes.
If the geometric information and the stress field of one representative element are known, then the shear stress and shear resistance on this slip surface element can be determined.
A central p-BOX-realization or c-p-BOX-realization of a graph is a p-BOX-realization in which each representative element [p.sub.v] is the center of its box [B.sub.v].
Definition 1 (p-BOX-realization) A p-BOX -realization of a graph G in [R.sup.d] is a collection of pairs {([B.sub.v], [p.sub.v]) : v [member of] V(G)} where each vertex v is associated to a box [B.sub.v] [member of] [R.sup.d] and to a representative element [p.sub.v] [member of] [B.sub.v], such that:
Depending on the condition to which they were assigned, participants gave an estimate based on an unrepresentative element and a representative one, two representative elements, or two unrepresentative elements.
These features have the form <Operation, Object>, where Operation is a verb and Object is the name of a representative element. An example of these features for [S.sub.1] is <Check, Order>, a verb-noun pair, meaning that the Check operation is executed on the Order element.
This in vitro study evaluated the effects of garlic powder upon the viability of representative elements of human gut microbiota.
That is, he uses various traits of postmodernism, and a substantial quantity of quotes of other critics who have worked with it, as a lens and context to analyze representative elements of Nieva's works.
We discovered that there were three different ways our students thought about Z[subscript n], namely as infinite sets, element-set combinations, and representative elements. We explore how Z[subscript n] might be conceived of in terms of these three cognitively different interpretations, as well as our students' difficulties in working with Z[subscript n] using each of these interpretations.
In order to test the validity of the proposed framework and to generate a list of its associated representative elements, a survey was conducted which attempted to collect opinions from three groups of subjects: (a) professional workers directly involved in delivering rehabilitative services to people with schizophrenia (PW), (b) people with schizophrenia (S), and (c) ordinary workers who had not suffered from mental illness (NS).
believes that the work of Jon Sobrino not only incorporates representative elements of discipleship from the writings of other Latin American theologians but has developed them more extensively, and that Sobrino has consciously attempted to construct from his Christology the foundation of Christian morality.

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