Soret

So·ret

(sō-rā'),
C., early 20th-century French radiologist. See: Soret band, Soret phenomenon.
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En el caso del turismo rural, Taramundi, esta considerado como el inicio del turismo rural en Espana y modelo de referencia en el estudio en la literatura (Bote, 1992; Fuentes, Soret & Mier, 1999; Valdes & Del Valle, 2003; Vera et al., 1997).
Additionally, statewide surveys have collected information about EH program capacity and professional characteristics, competencies, and responsibilities (Dyjack, Case, Marlow, Soret, & Montgomery, 2007; Resnick et al., 2009).
"Soret and Dufour Effects on MHD Convective-Radiative Heat and Mass Transfer of Nanofluids over a Vertical Non-linear Stretching/Shrinking Sheet." Applied Mathematics and Computation 287-288: 184-200.
Soret estudio detenidamente este problema encontrando que el coeficiente que mas se adapta es 294.
For chlorophyll a, there are two major absorption bands, Soret and [Q.sub.y] at 443 and 671 nm, respectively.
The transition of S0 to S1 causes the weak Q bands in visible region, while the transition of S0 to S2 produces the strong Soret band in near UV region [49, 50].
The ECR consists of an extension of the QR (Derrouiche et al., 2008; Hoffman & Mehra, 2000; Soret, Pablos, & Montes, 2008), transforming the supply chain from a push to a pull system, in which trading partners relate through strategic alliances and replenishment begins from point-of-sale data (Harris, Swatman, & Kurnia, 1999).
Monaquel, "Slip and Joule heating effects in mixed convection peristaltic transport of nanofluid with Soret and Dufour effects," Journal of Molecular Liquids, vol.
Navarro-Cia, "Soret fishnet metalens antenna," Scientific Reports, vol.
Vice-Chair: Marie-Gabrielle Soret, Bibliotheque Nationale de France, Paris
It can be observed that the increase in [beta]-carotene concentration leads to the increase in the intensity of the absorption of the Soret band (Figure 6).
Se observan generalmente una banda Soret intensa cercana a los 400 nm y cuatro picos de absorcion adicionales de menor intensidad, entre 500 y 650 nm para las porfirinas no queladas con metales (Kan, Li, Yang y Hou 2008).