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009) at Fz, and subsequent multiple comparisons indicated the peak-to-peak amplitude of the P1 and N1 for unpleasant stimuli were significantly greater than for neutral stimuli(p = .
EOL, thymol, p-cymene, myrcene and caryophyllene exposition was initiated only when stable CAP peak-to-peak amplitude was achieved for at least 30 min, and exposure time lasted 180 min.
Visual function was evaluated via the latency of the first major positive component of the evoked response (P100) and the peak-to-peak amplitude of N75 to P100.
P](r) is r-th peak-to-peak amplitude of the recent wave's amplitude, [xi]th--a threshold.
Motor conduction parameters included measurements of peak-to-peak amplitude of compound muscle action potential (CMAP), distal motor latency (DML) and motor conduction velocity (MCV).
In humans, it has been reported that tendon vibration of the pretibial muscles with a peak-to-peak amplitude of 0.
The average peak-to-peak amplitude of the superhumps was 0.
A peak-to-peak amplitude for an antenna on a torso or on a belt for angle 180[degrees] is about 2-4 mV, which can be assumed as noise in comparison with a forward radiation where peak to peak amplitude is about 100mV-140mV.
There were no significant changes between the groups in the activation-recovery interval and its dispersion, total activation time, peak-to-peak amplitude, percentage of identical breakthrough-points and similar vectors of local activation.
The annual peak-to-peak amplitude of these sinusoidal changes reaches a maximum of 1 mm (Fig.
The response curves were nearly flat up to 1 kHz, with an umbo vibration peak-to-peak amplitude of about 100 nm at 100 SPL, and they exhibited a rolloff with a slope of-20 and -40 dB per decade above 1 kHz and 4 kHz, respectively.
The use of the mathematical formula Y-X or X-Y to determine the peak-to-peak amplitude and its corresponding delta difference from tension-to-compression or vice-versa is the essential information needed to determine impact over time.