The reason is the important characteristics of these sensors, including high sensitivity, high selectivity
, ease of production, repeatability and reasonable price.
Less is known about the impact of gender ratios in symbolic environments on men, though one study found that viewing a soap opera narrative featuring skewed gender ratios influenced men's selectivity
for a potential relationship partner (Taylor, 2013).
The carbonized membranes are said to have good selectivity
with adequate flow and very good stability.
Diamond Analytics FLARE columns offer unique selectivity
and expand the existing range of analytical capabilities in separation science using diamond-based technology, which allows for research into new areas of HPLC methods development.
Incorporation of PBI resulted in improvements in gas separation performance of polyimides caused by the increase in chain packing density and hindrance in segmental mobility of polyimide chains and its consequent effects on diffusivity selectivity
can be measured in two ways: directly and indirectly (Millar and Fryer, 1999).
People have generally thought that selectivity
of ion channels is fixed and that selectivity
and opening are separate processes; this is a fundamental shift in the way scientists believe ion channels operate," Prakriya said.
The difficulty to date in judging the quality of higher educational institutions is that the most common metrics are selectivity
measures like acceptance rates, input measures such as SAT scores, and outcome measures such as wage and career data.
The unexpected surprise was seeing the mixed gas selectivity
higher than the pure gas," says Dal-Cin.
Editor Neve (behavioral neuroscience, VA Medical Center, Portland) has enlisted the help of expert pharmacologists and neuroscientists to assemble this textbook on functional selectivity
of G protein-coupled receptor ligands, giving students and researchers in drug development and chemical biology a theoretical framework for further study.
Hout (world development, Institute of Social Studies, Geneva) analyzes the aid selectivity
policies of the World Bank, the Netherlands, and the United States through a review of policy documents and interviews and quantitative-empirical analysis of policy choices related to the selection of aid recipients and the allocation of aid over the recipient countries in order to assess the validity of these claims.
The resultant selectivity
curve yielded a 50% retention length of 100.