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per mille

[pər ′mil]
(science and technology)
Per thousand or 10-3. Symbolized ‰.
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The longitudinal series of per mil values generated by the use of the words behavior and mind relative to the use of all words over the period 1900-2008 served as dependent variables.
[DELTA] = fator de fracionamento entre o tecido e a dieta, em partes per mil ([per thousand]); [[delta].sub.tecido] = enriquecimento relativo do tecido em questao, em partes per mil ([per thousand]); Sdieta = enriquecimento relativo medio da respectiva dieta, em partes per mil ([per thousand]).
Todos os fundamentos teoricos do desenvolvimento e aplicabilidade do modelo exponencial delta per mil ([delta] %) versus tempo foram apresentados por Ducatti et al.
Brookes and Stevens (1985) reported a conventional radiocarbon date of 8250 [+ or -] 320 BP ([[delta].sup.13]C = +1.0 per mil; GSC--3433 [2[sigma] error]; Blake (1986), p.
It demonstrates good mechanical, electrical and thermal properties, including a compressive strength of 25 kpsi, dielectric strength of 100 volts per mil, and thermal conductivity of 9.0 Btuin./hr-[ft.sup.2]/[degrees]F.
Specifications include compressive and flexural strengths of 32,000 and 14,000 psi, respectively; a dielectric strength of 380 volts per mil; dielectric constant of 6.8 @ 1 MHz; and thermal conductivity of 4.08 Btu-in/hr-ft2-[degrees]F.
Second, the trace thickness has a small impact, of roughly 1 [OMEGA] per mil. This is a good rule of thumb.
These cells were cultured for twenty-four h in medium with 0.08% ETOH/DMSO as vehicle, or containing five or ten [micro]g/ml 17[beta]-estradiol ([E.sub.2]), 10 [micro]g, 50 [micro]g or 100 [micro]g per mil benz [a]anthrancene (BaA), benzo [a]pyrene (BaP), benzo [b]fluoranthene (BbF) and fluoranthene (FL), respectively.
Winter ice can be 5-20 per mil lower in [sup.18]O than summer precipitation, says Criss, and during periods of significant glaciation, the [sup.18]O content of Antarctic ice was 5-10 per mil lower than modern ice at corresponding locations.
The company has recently introduced a breathable monolithic (no micropores) polyester film coating featuring high moisture vapor transfer rates per mil thickness.
The 18O values are 18.6 and 19.0 per mil, and indicate that the individuals were drinking water with a 18O value of approximately -5.6 per mil during their childhood (Longinelli, 1984).
Dart-drop impact strength of HMW-LDPE per mil of thickness is higher than that of conventional LDPE, and even higher than LLDPE.