absorption ratio

absorption ratio

[əb′sȯrp·shən ‚rā·shō]
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The sodium absorption ratio (SAR) was measured in saturated soil extract, and the calcium carbonate equivalent (% CCE) using titration.
The main criteria used in chemical experiments, sodium absorption ratio (SAR), exchangeable sodium percentage (ESP) and sodium percentage of soil (Ps) are.
263A-3(d) allows taxpayers to calculate a combined absorption ratio and multiply it by the Sec.
The morphology of copolymers was investigated by scanning electron microscopy (SEM) and transition electron microscopy (TEM), and then the effects of silane concentrations on the water absorption ratio were examined.
The other purpose behind this survey was also to enhance the understanding behind low credit absorption ratio in rural area and facilitate banks to provide access to credit to the people of this area by enhancing the outreach.
The agent significantly improved the difference of fat absorption ratio calculated from fat intake and discharged fat in stool before and after administration in its double blind placebo controlled clinical study in patients with pancreatic exocrine insufficiency due to chronic pancreatitis or pancreatectomy conducted in Japan.
However, the N absorption and the N absorption ratio were higher in the SDPP group than the RPP group (p<0.
The company is conducting several inspection tests, some of them being the conductivity test (ASTM C-518); the universal test (ASTM D-638/ASTM D-732); the absorption ratio test and the low and high programmable test (ASTM D-732).
A] beam power absorption ratio (normal value for steels ranges: 0.
As a result, the automaker succeeded in increasing new ''Life's'' shock absorption ratio to 50%.