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acentric

[‚ā′sen·trik]
(biology)
Not oriented around a middle point.
(genetics)
A chromosome or chromosome fragment lacking a centromere.
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An Accurate Set of Correlations for Calculating Critical Properties and Acentric Factors for Single Carbon Number Groups.
Considering Table 4 and Figure 12, we notice that for the eight low acentric factor fluids (Ne, Ar, Kr, C-[H.
The equation of state (Equation (15)) was originally developed for a set of low acentric factor fluids and extended to an other group of real fluids, it was shown that it gives accurate description not only for the VLE surface of the pure fluids but also of their mixtures.
45, and the nondimensional value AF of the acentric factor ranging from 0.
This case was unusual in that the lesion was acentric and located on the anterior surface of the cervical vertebrae.
64a) divides once resulting in sporocytes with two plastids while the nucleus is still acentric (Figs.
The EOS predictions from the tuned parameters of critical temperature, critical pressure, binary interaction coefficient, acentric factor and [[OMEGA].
Micronuclei arise from acentric chromosome fragments or lagging chromosomes due to spindle abnormalities; and represent the residual DNA damage.
0]/n [omega] acentric factor [omega]' monomeric acentric factor Subscripts A associating component c critical property i i-mer spice of associating component, index for component j, k indices for component 0 monomeric state P saturation pressure r reduced parameter v saturation liquid molar volume x mole fraction of liquid phase y mole fraction of vapour phase Superscripts Cal calculated value Ch chemical part exp experimental value l liquid phase o standard condition Ph physical part r residual property v vapour phase
72] Greek Symbols [alpha] non-polar contribution to the acentric factor in Equation (4) [[alpha].
These nowadays commonly used methods require of the knowledge of the critical properties of the fluids involved in the supercritical mixtures and of the acentric factor.
The critical constants and acentric factor of the propane and the equations for the vapour pressure and density of sulpholane were taken from the compilation of Rowley et al.