compensation effect

compensation effect

[‚käm·pən′sā·shən i‚fekt]
(solid-state physics)
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Similarly, we estimated a significant compensation effect associated with employment in New York City over and above the industry effects.
The logarithms of A and apparent activation energy E fit the linear kinetic compensation effect (KCE) relation.
The study, conducted by Viren Ranawana and Professor Jeya Henry of the Functional Food Centre at Oxford Brookes University, is the first of its kind to compare the compensation effect of liquid calories on short-term energy consumption, by gender.
The compensation effect of the elastic deformation f will take place when there will be the equality (Zetu, 2002):
The results suggest a possible compensation effect for GRE Analytic but not for either math courses or economics courses.
Therefore, this strongly suggests that the viscosity compensation effect resulting from adding the biphasic HIQ to the Ultem has been obtained in the thermally steady-state experiment for the 33% HIQ/Ultem blend.
His current research interests include the oxidation of nanoparticles, the compensation effect in heterogeneous catalysis, and sum frequency generation vibrational spectroscopy at interfaces.
Both this decrease and the related compensation effect can result from an increased thermal lag at higher heating rates [32].
In this paper an equation defined by Friedman [23] and a method based on NLS (nonlinear least-squares) algorithms have been applied in order to determine the variability in kinetic parameters as a consequence of the compensation effect in the temperature of maximum oil generation for Spanish fossil fuels.
The Company estimates the reduction in compensation effect in future periods will be approximately $124,000.
Volumes declined slightly in Brazil, but the compensation effect of the real appreciation translated into a 27% growth in dollar revenues.
Although certain non-GAAP financial measures used in this release exclude the accounting treatment of stock-based compensation, these non-GAAP measures should not be relied upon independently, as they ignore the contribution to our operating results that is generated by the incentive and compensation effects of the underlying stock-based compensation programs.

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