The regression model of the NDWI and water content
is shown in Figure 10.
 claimed that the dielectric constant, at frequencies in the range 1 MHz to 1 GHz, depends on the volumetric water content
and can be determined empirically.
Based on this, we carried out a pre-investigation of loess in the Xixian New Area, and the K0 test for the typical horizon under different water content
However, current cartilage alternatives aren't able to create this unique combination; they're designed to replicate the physical characteristics of cartilage and neglect the water content
. This is problematic because the water in our cartilage allows for the transport of important cell nutrients.
However, most species have seeds that are classified as orthodox, which can tolerate desiccation untill the water content
reduces to 2-5%, depending on the species.
To maximise fluid intake, opt for foods with high water content
during Iftar and Suhoor.
When the normal water content
of your body is reduced, it upsets the balance of minerals (salts and sugar) in your body, which affects the way it functions.
Scientists at The Ohio State University looked at how increasing water content
may affect the structure of oleogel matrices, and how the addition of an emulsifier can influence the gel's behavior.
In addition, the rice storage temperature, the water content
, and other factors will also influence the result of emulsifiers.
Consequently, the correspondent optimum water content
([[theta].sub.op]) should be maintained within the interval as follows:
SoPoWake Autonomous Landslide Surveillance System uses soil water content
sensors to monitor the water content
in soils and generates alert messages over a wireless network to provide early warnings of possible imminent occurrence of mudslides.