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volume percent

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The number of cubic centimeters (milliliters) of a substance (usually oxygen or carbon dioxide) contained in 100 ml of another substance (e.g., blood).
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The gasoline T90 limit is 185[degrees]C or 190[degrees]C; however, for a gasoline blendstock near the T90 limit compounds that boil near the T90 limit cannot be blended at a significant volume percent without the finished blend exceeding the T90 limit.
The additive manufacturing process began with composite pellets consisting of 65 volume percent isotropic NdFeB powder and 35 percent polyamide (Nylon-12) manufactured by Magnet Applications, Inc.
SupremEX 225XE is made by reinforcing a high-quality aerospace aluminum alloy with 25 volume percent ultrafine silicon carbide particles.
In terms of volume percent change, Kanzi is up 15.9 percent.
The Econtrol method already fixes the dye during the drying process by means of a controlled chamber climate with 25 volume percent of steam, so that the entire steaming process can be saved.
The amount of alcohol produced approximately reached 7 volume percent; that is, in every 100 millimeters of distilled solution, there is 7 millimeters of alcohol.
In addition, results obtained from the measurement of pressure and microhardness properties at environment temperature showed that as the structure of particles becomes smaller in size and as nanoparticles are added up to four volume percent, significant increase is observed in the strength up to five times and three times in hardness in comparison to copper particles at micrometric scale.
However, the amount of carbon retained in solution in ferrite depends on the volume percent of martensite which is determined by the heat input and cooling rates.
The first part involved considering three crucial parameters, which were aggregate size, the volume percent of aggregate voids filled with binders, and the w/c ratio of binders, for determining the relationship between water permeability and mechanical strength.
The major portion for the increased number of overall PRISM transactions in this quarter was contributed by IBFT which increased by 11.49 in volume percent and 23.63 percent in value.
"After observing the formation of oxidized iron on spinels, we realized there was a strong correlation between the amount of hydrogen produced and the volume percent of spinel phases in the reaction materials," said Mayhew, who worked on the study as a doctoral student in CU-Boulder Associate Professor Alexis Templeton's lab in the Department of Geological Sciences.
The distilled volume percent versus distillation temperature curve assists in determining the corresponding fractional percent of each cut.