displacement series

displacement series

[dis′plās·mənt ‚sir·ēz]
(chemistry)
The elements in decreasing order of their negative potentials. Also known as constant series; electromotive series; Volta series.
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6) Because it is not obvious how to construct a time-consistent displacement series using the "other" category, we focus on the first three displacement categories: plant or company closed down or moved, insufficient work, and position or shift abolished.
Many in the oil and gas industry are recognizing the importance of the cylinder and packing lubrication system -- especially the divider block system, which was designed for lubrication that's properly proportioned and distributed by positive displacement series flow valves.