equilibrium ratio

equilibrium ratio

[‚ē·kwə′lib·rē·əm ‚rā·shō]
(physical chemistry)
In any system, relation of the proportions of the various components (gas, liquid) at equilibrium conditions.
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iota]] is the vapor-liquid equilibrium ratio for component [iota], which is a function of temperature, pressure, liquid mole fraction, and vapor mole fraction.
iota]] vapor-liquid equilibrium ratio L liquid flow from flash condenser (mol[hr.
Mr Nickell said the equilibrium ratio of house prices to earnings could now be higher than the average ratio since 1982, while it was very uncertain how long it would take for house prices to return to their equilibrium level.
The changes in Lerner ratios are computed by subtracting the premerger Nash equilibrium ratio from the postmerger Nash equilibrium ratio.
21) incorporating random combinations of each input variable resulted in a mean equilibrium ratio of 92 deer per wolf (CV = 15.
The difference between this ratio and the deterministic result of 90 deer per wolf indicates the level of conservatism that should be applied to the equilibrium ratio as a consequence of uncertainty surrounding the input variables.
Specifically, rewriting Equation (5) we can see that the unemployment rate increases monotonically in the equilibrium ratio [Mathematical Expression Omitted] and is zero at [Mathematical Expression Omitted].
Under the assumption of worldwide balanced growth in the long run, the equilibrium ratio of real nonfuel merchandise imports to real domestic spending is set by the ratio of the import price deflator for nonfuel goods to the price deflator for nonfuel domestic output.
The equilibrium ratio of the inventory stock to domestic sales depends on the cost of holding inventories, which is mainly determined by the ex ante short-term real interest rate.
However, the over-expansion of 1992 disrupted the equilibrium ratio once more.
If the equilibrium ratio for the stock of overseas assets fails from A to (A-S) and if the rate of growth of nominal income is x per cent then the equilibrium current account surplus falls from (x/l00)*A to (x/100)*(A-S).
Under the assumption of a perfectly elastic supply of unskilled labour, a bold assumption of course, and imposition of the restrictions, similar to those imposed by Uzawa--that the skilled labour producing sector is a less intensive user of skilled labour--the system is shown to converge to a balanced growth path at an equilibrium ratio of physical capital to human capital.

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