saturation time


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saturation time

The time required for the arterial blood of a person inhaling pure oxygen to become saturated.
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The ozone gas saturation time in rice grains was determined through the injection of the gas in the fumigation chambers, containing 500 g of grains each.
The saturation time for different types of desiccants coated on the metal foam is presented in Figure 7b.
The saturation time was about 30 days, which was longer than that of distilled water immersion because of the ionic content of seawater, which can suppress the moisture transport process (Rangaraj 1999).
2~ as a supercritical fluid instead of in its gaseous state is said to reduce saturation time, increase cell nucleation density, and improve control of foam cell size.
sat] the saturation time which describes the level of compensation.
The oil-absorbing resin structure, oil-absorption rate, oil-absorption saturation time, submicroscopic structure, and oil-absorption kinetics were studied by using such methods as infrared (IR), TGA, and scanning electron microscopy (SEM).
This study reports the effects of saturation time (ST), saturation pressure (SP), and NaCl/polymer mass ratio (NaCl/PMR) on the scaffold density, porosity, average pore size, pore density (PD), and Young's modulus in compression using the biodegradable polymer 85/15 poly(DL-lactide-co-glycolide) acid.
2] saturation Mass fraction pressure Saturation time of gas absorbed 5.
the saturation time is shorter than at low temperature and an increase in gas solubility, as reported by Sato et al.
They mainly investigated the nucleation and cell growth with respect to four major process variables: the saturation time, the saturation pressure, the foaming time, and the foaming temperature.