isobaric


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isobaric

[¦i·sə¦bär·ik]
(thermodynamics)
Of equal or constant pressure, with respect to either space or time.
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5% isobaric levobupivacaine had comparable extent of sensory blockade and effective (Grade 3) motor block.
Thus in the absence of a quasi-static geostrophic mode of mass transport, the meridional and ascending branches of the isentropic and isobaric zonally-averaged mass transport, as determined in their respective coordinate systems, are essentially equivalent in the sense that no distinction develops, since the ageostrophic transport constitutes the total transport.
ex-out]) DUEGE, isobaric mass heat capacity of exhaust gas are plotted in Figure 3, and Figure 4, respectively.
Table 1 shows the accepted isometric and isobaric molar heat capacities for various substances for 0 > n" > 27.
The most common local anesthetic for spinal anesthesia in patients under obstetric and non-obstetric surgery is bupivacaine that can be used as isobaric or hyperbaric solution.
In direct comparison with the illustrated changes of state of LPG 1 in the isobaric density diagram of propene in Figure 5, the compression ratio of the HPP seems to be smaller.
In our study isobaric levobupivacaine showed significantly slower onset of sensory and motor block but with prolonged duration of analgesia compared to ropivacaine.
Abbreviations: iTRAQ, isobaric tags for relative and absolute quantitation; MTT, 3-(4, 5-dimethylthiazol-2-yl) -2,5-diphenyl tetrazolium bromide; AO, acridine orange; EB, ethidium bromide; DAPI, 4,6-diamidino-2-phenylindole; SCGE, single cell gel electrophoresis assay; TEM, transmission electron microscopy; ROS.
Quantitative measurement using labeling and label-free methods is allotted several chapters, including isobaric tagging, selected reaction monitoring, phosphorus and selenium quantification, ion intensity chromatograms, and data independent acquisition.
B) comparing said measurement to a reference measurement, wherein the reference measurement is obtained from a quantitative measurement of the polypeptide, or of the nucleic acid sequence encoding the polypeptide, of a second sample taken from reference skin distinct from the skin of the first sample, the quantitative measurements being made by means of an isobaric labeling technique, said condition of the skin being chosen from skin dryness and chronological and/ or photo-induced skin aging.
To get around this problem, the researchers used the remotely operated deep-sea vehicle Jason to send down devices called Isobaric Gas-Tight samplers (IGTs) to the vents.