Fig 6 also shows the ideal selectivity
for the polymeric amine blend membranes at 2-10 bar feed pressure.
She shows how these manifest functions cannot adequately explain the actual criminal selectivity
carried out by the state--which requires a deeper, Marxist analysis of the latent functions of criminal selectivity
in a given stage.
The fishery selectivity
was modeled by using the double normal parameterization (for details, see Methot and Wetzel, 2013), which is a flexible form that allows selectivity
to range in shape from asymptotic to dome-shaped.
parameters viz, Lb, Lc and Ld increased with the increase in mesh size irrespective of species, indicating clear cut selectivity
by the gillnets (Ag).
S = [[2[DELTA]v/[[GAMMA].sub.nat]].sup.2], (1)
And Pt/Si[O.sub.2] showed 38.3% conversion of CAL, and the selectivity
to COL, HALD, HALC, and other products was 3.7%, 1.3%, 35.4%, and 59.6%, respectively.
Experimental studies of the dependence of the selectivity
of low- (Filmtec, Hydranautics) and medium-pressure (OPMN-P, ESPA-1) membranes on pH are presented in Fig.
On the contrary, the selectivity
of diethyl ether apparently decreased with increasing temperature as seen in Figure 5.
In contrast, Clariant's StyroMax UL3 catalyst has been proven to offer superior activity as well as enhanced selectivity
at ultra-low SHR conditions (1.0 by weight).
In the trials, IXOS also demonstrated a variety of advantages over activated carbon, including capacity, selectivity
, elution time and temperature, adsorption efficiency, durability, and re-use.
studies enable us to know the size above which the species becomes susceptible to a given fishery, as well as its mean and maximum capture size.
The respective research literatures on college selectivity
and college major have each demonstrated that where you go to school and what you study are related to future earnings.