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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Vitrified and non-vitrified ovaries were randomly collected (n=3 from each groups) after equilibration in medium for 30 min and fixed in 2.
The fluoride remained after the 4h equilibration time, decreased with increasing concentrations of the defluoridating solution.
2] could be explained using the same principle of gas equilibration between the syringe and the environment.
2003) reported that direct measurement of milk calcium ion concentration using an ion-selective electrode, which was defined as calcium activity, showed lower values than those using ultrafiltration and equilibration dialysis methods.
When data point equilibration time is increased from 30 s to 90 s, shear-thickening shifts to a lower shear rate range (from 20 to 10 [s.
The present authors also provide an explanation for the equilibration of the occlusion and the decrease in OVD several weeks after placing a PMC.
To bolster my interpretation--namely that Hayek thought many economists were assuming away the problem of equilibration in the first place--we can again quote from Hayek's 1937 paper:
argue that when viewed from the perspective of remedial equilibration,
While equilibration between the arterial blood and the VRG is faster with a high cardiac output, the arterial partial pressure and therefore [F.
4 is examined with a movable two-blade block the aspiration for equilibration of the radial cutting forces [F.