gram-equivalent weight

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gram-equivalent weight

[¦gram i¦kwiv·ə·lənt ′wāt]
(chemistry)
The equivalent weight of an element or compound expressed in grams on a scale in which carbon-12 has an equivalent weight of 3 grams in those compounds in which its formal valence is 4.
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A Tabela 3 apresenta as porcentagens (individuais e medias) de acerto nas fracoes, expressas de forma absoluta e relativa nas avaliacoes inicial e final, para os participantes dos grupos GEQ, GEQTC e seus respectivos grupos controle.
In general, because four of seven IVs for MCQdiff and four of seven items from GEQ were significant, we might conclude that the game was more affecting than not, creating an intriguing if not perfect experience.
However, scores from this study were consistent with normative data from the GEQ (Carron et al.
Analysis of the correlations and internal consistency of the CEQS and GEQ subscales
The Hazing Index and the Appropriate Team Building Activity Index were correlated with the four subscales of the GEQ (see Table 3).
La relevancia de este cuestionario y la carencia de medidas sobre cohesion adaptadas a nuestro entorno motivaron este trabajo de adaptacion del GEQ.
The participants completed the questionnaire containing demographic items, the GEQ, and the collective efficacy items.
The other page contained the GEQ (Carron, Widmeyer, & Brawley, 1985), a nine-choice Likert scale scored so that high scores indicate the tendency to perceive a great deal of cohesion.
Concurrent validation of the GEQ with the Sport Cohesiveness Questionnaire (Martens, Landers, & Loy, 1972) has produced intercorrelations of .