distribution ratio


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distribution ratio

[‚di·strə′byü·shən ‚rā·shō]
(analytical chemistry)
The ratio of the concentrations of a given solute in equal volumes of two immiscible solvents after the mixture has been shaken and equilibrium established.
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The distribution ratio approved by the board of directors of the companies is 9,871.
ATK said the share distribution ratio and the applicable record date will be determined and publicly announced at a later date.
If the load distribution ratio is the same for all the Cluster heads, then the CH near the sink will carry heavier load that leads to energy hole problem.
A generally accepted property within the heating, ventilation, air-conditioning, and refrigeration (HVAC&R) industry is called the equilibrium moisture distribution ratio or Kvalue.
In addition to the increase in output, this is also attributable in no small part to the performance-oriented AMG 4MATIC all-wheel drive with a power distribution ratio of 33 to 67 per cent (front/rear axle).
Assuming above a 20% dividend distribution ratio is not possible in the near term, it is clear to us that RoEs are likely to deteriorate.
By the computer simulation, we compare the data distribution ratio, throughput, the route discovery time and the route effective time with those of the previous method.
The new 4RM four-wheel drive system is said to be 50 per cent lighter than conventional four-wheel drive systems and ensures a front to back weight distribution ratio of 43 per cent to 57 per cent, a technological feat for a front-engine touring car.
The expected stock distribution ratio will be determined at a future date.
Unlike most in ear-headphones, Vortex's exquisitely designed lighter cable/heavier driver weight distribution ratio enables the drivers to fit securely in your ears even when the cable is fully extended eliminating the chance of the in-ear headphones' falling out of the ears.
Aweidah indicated that the dividend distribution ratio ranged from 5% to 100% for the fiscal years 2005-2009, referring to the Palestine Investment Bank as an example, when it raised its capital in 2006 via a $20 million free stock distribution, in addition to a further $3 million cash dividend distribution at $0.
using a distribution ratio of 50 per cent weekday and 50 per cent weekend ice time as a guideline;

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