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svedberg

[′sfed‚bərg]
(physical chemistry)
A unit of sedimentation coefficient, equal to 10-13 second.
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(49.) Svedberg interview; WILPF, "Annual Report 2016: Women's International League for Peace and Freedom," https://wilpf.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/WILPF-Annual-Report_2016_web.pdf, 2017.
The speed of the economic downturn in Latvia will not be as fast as before, and some growth is possible, or things could remain steady, said Svedberg.
We could see that treatment raised skin temperature in some children with neurological disorders, but it is a very small study and more research is needed," Svedberg said.
For a while, articles on Finland-Swedes were written by Ingmar Svedberg; in 1983 and in 1990, Swedish-language editions (Forfattare i Finland) appeared, and it is to be hoped that the same transformation will be repeated.
"The prize initially on offer from Jif was a luxury new suite from stylish designers Svedberg of Sweden, complete with a claw foot bath which was lovely, but unfortunately it was too big for the room.
These articles along with other articles written by prominent scholars (e.g., Jeffrey Williamson; Alfred Chandler, Alfred Plummer, Timothy Hatton, Peter Svedberg, and Charles Harley) provide a lively account of the evolution of technology, economy, society, and globalization.
But the Swedish chemist The Svedberg (1884-1971) developed an ultracentrifuge in 1923, which spun so quickly it developed effects equivalent to a gravity hundreds of thousands of times normal.
Can big guys such as Viktor Svedberg, Carl Dahlstrom and Cody Franson use their smarts to overcome their lack of speed?
Biotech company Cantargia AB reported on Monday the exercise of 1,250 warrants of series 2011/2016 by its former CEO, Agneta Svedberg.
Rask was replaced by Niklas Svedberg, who quickly went from opening the door on the bench to attempting to shut down the Rangers and their third-ranked offense.
Chairman-in-Office Yevgeny Sharov (Ukraine) and staff member of the Office Peter Svedberg.
According to Marcus Svedberg, chief economic analyst for East Capital, investors have been reacting to forecasts that the future economic downturn in the Baltic States will not be as large as earlier predicted.