conversion ratio

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conversion ratio

[kən′vər·zhən ‚rā·shō]
(mathematics)
(nucleonics)
The number of fissionable atoms produced per fissionable atom fissioned in a converter type of nuclear reactor. Also known as conversion factor.
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Many companies have elected to reduce conversion rates as part of their risk management strategy.
As illustrated below, buying group size can have a significant impact on conversion rates.
2) At the time of the invitation, each OPO was provided with the conversion rates of the 300 hospitals in the United States with the largest numbers of potential donors.
Avotus allows users to enter and store conversion rates for several currencies against a base currency; users can then locally process and pay communications invoices in the local currency.
No significant differences were observed between conversion rates in interns and residents.
The European Commission adopted on 30 May proposals to amendments the 1998 Regulation on Euro conversion rates to formally include Greece - by fixing the Drachma's rate with the Euro.
According to the NRI, states with the highest acreage conversion rates include California, Florida, Georgia, Michigan, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, and Texas.
The time to reach maximum conversion rates as compared to the residence time of the injection molder is most likely another critical parameter.
Goalie"), and GM Financial, whereby GM Financial is the surviving corporation of the Merger with Goalie and became a wholly-owned subsidiary of Holdings and a wholly-owned indirect subsidiary of General Motors, the conversion rates of the Notes have been adjusted.
But the study also found that conversion rates vary according to the kind of lane the shopper uses.
hospitals reported purified protein derivative (PPD) conversion rates in health-care workers; of 3% to 5% (3).
1 Conversion rates are a critical success factor for online retailers since any change upwards or downwards in these rates has an immediate and dramatic impact on their revenue.