saturation ratio

saturation ratio

[‚sach·ə′rā·shən ¦rā·shō]
(meteorology)
The ratio of the actual specific humidity to the specific humidity of saturated air at the same temperature.
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Transferrin saturation ratio and risk of total and cardiovascular mortality in the general population.
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A second reason for applying Ca to turfgrass is sometimes based on the basic cation saturation ratio (BCSR) theory of soil testing.
Further work would be required to determine if low CEC calcareous sands, with low Ca saturation ratios, would benefit from supplemental Ca applications.
Soil test interpretations: Basic cation saturation ratios and sufficiency levels.
Basic cation saturation ratios as a basis for fertilizing and liming agronomic crops: I.
In each cell, the top values are the mean and the bottom values are the standard uncertainties divided by the corresponding means Saturation ratio Remanence ratio Intrinsic coercivity ratio Method B/A E/D H/G B/A E/D H/G B/A E/D H/G BH 0.
We have previously reported some effects of various process parameters in melt intercalation of PEO, such as annealing temperature and time and the pressure applied to the physically mixed green body of polymer and clay powder (5) on intercalation process and have determined the saturation ratio of polymer to layered silicate (6).
This suggests a lower saturation ratio for the PEO-B34 hybrid than for the PEO-MMT hybrid.
The saturation ratio of polymer to silicate is thus an important technical parameter in the design of weight ratios required in any real, industrially compatible process.
The saturation ratio of PEO to MMT is determined by TGA, being 21:79 (6).
He added that the sectors of the Egyptian economy vary in size, performance, and saturation ratios.