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mass spectrum

[′mas ′spek·trəm]
(particle physics)
A plot of masses of elementary particles, including unstable states. Also known as particle spectrum.
(physics)
A display, record, or plot of the distribution in mass, or in mass-to-charge ratio, of ionized atoms, molecules, or molecular fragments.
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Table 1 describes the main differences of cracking patterns for both samples.
Table 1: Different cracking patterns for the two kinds of samples Sample E Sample H First-appeared Center-oriented Alligator cracks cracking type cracks Initial cracking times ~80 ~10
In this first experiment we examined the effects of the fallow trial treatments on cracking patterns below the self-mulching layer.
Cracking patterns were photographed in October 1991, a period when no crop had been planted due to prolonged drought.
Linking this with a good knowledge of construction techniques, the factors that distort cracking patterns and the key features of common causes of cracking, almost all cracks can be diagnosed quickly and with confidence.
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