equilibration


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equilibration

[i‚kwil·ə′brā·shən]
(psychology)
As described by Jean Piaget, the operation together of the two processes of assimilating new information and accommodating to this information.
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The article does not, however, provide a detailed analysis of the similarity of their views on the nature of expectations Most importantly, it leaves out the emphasis that both place on the subjective interpretation of market experience in this context It also does not address the fact that Mises's theory of equilibration explicitly acknowledges the problem posed by the path dependency effect, something that Garrison himself, in another paper, has singled out as the "sine qua non of Lachmann's market process" (Garrison, 1987, p.
11] Removal of class III interferences on non-working side during equilibration procedure, which is on the buccal inclines of the upper palatal cusps and lingual inclines of the lower buccal cusps, will facilitate better visualization of Class II and I interferences on the working side.
The means of the different parameters measured at different equilibration times were tested for significant difference by using a paired t-test.
When the adsorption As()procedure was processed at the equilibration amount of the surfactant, the best extraction efficiency was achieved.
Figure 10 shows the behavior of the elastic force of donor acceptor (Figure 10) distances between strands [beta]1 and [beta]5 during a long equilibration.
The percentage removal of Phosphate was studied under various parameters such as time of equilibration, pH, sorbent dosage and interfering ions with the plant materials and their ashes.
This might indicate that these concentrations of TBA require equilibration times longer than 3h in the capillary.
Examination of the raw data demonstrated an expected reduction in serum potassium levels during dialysis, which rose with equilibration following dialysis (Figure 2).
Calcium activity was defined as an uncorrected direct analysis using ion selective electrode and showed lower value than repeated addition, ultrafiltration and equilibration dialysis methods (Silanikove et al.
To achieve an easy and efficient phase separation and preconcentration, the optimum incubation time and equilibration temperature are necessary.