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The first step will establish certain minimum requirements for those parameters that are defined in part 1 inherent unsharpness, contrast sensitivity, distortion, and homogeneity. The result will be three different equipment classes SC1, SC2, SC3 (see table 1).  [c.439]

Non-destructive testing - Radioscopic testing - Part 1 Quantitative measurement of imaging properties, prEN 13068-1  [c.555]

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Figure A3.14.7. Example oscillatory time series for CO + O2 reaction in a flow reactor corresponding to different P-T locations in figure A3,14,6 (a) period-1 (b) period-2 (c) period-4 (d) aperiodic (chaotic) trace (e) period-5 (1) period-3. Figure A3.14.7. Example oscillatory time series for CO + O2 reaction in a flow reactor corresponding to different P-T locations in figure A3,14,6 (a) period-1 (b) period-2 (c) period-4 (d) aperiodic (chaotic) trace (e) period-5 (1) period-3.
The amount of MW power reaching the sample in the resonator is controlled by a variable attenuator. Like the isolator, the circulator is a non-reciprocal device that serves to direct the MW power to the resonator (port 1 port 2) and simultaneously allows the signal reflected at resonance to go from the resonator directly to the receiver (port 2 port 3).  [c.1560]

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The most important trend to be noted in the covalent hydrides is the change in acid-base behaviour as we cross a period from Group IV to Group VII. In Period 1, we have  [c.114]

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In flow reactors, both simple period-1 oscillations (every oscillation has the same amplitude and period as its predecessor) and more complex periodic states can be established and sustained indefinitely. The first report of chemical chaos stennned from the BZ system [19] (approximately contemporaneously with observations in the biochemical peroxidase reaction [20]). These observations were made in systems with relatively high flow rate and show complexity increasmg tln-ough a sequence of mixed-mode wave fonns comprising one large excursion followed by n small peaks, with n increasing as the flow rate is varied. Subsequent period-doubling and other routes to chaos have been found in this system at low flow rates [21]. A relatively simple two-variable extension of the oregonator model can adequately describe these complex oscillations and chaos.  [c.1102]

The simple shape of the next-maximum map has been exploited in approaches to control chaotic systems. The basic idea is that a system in a chaotic state is coexisting with an infinite number of unstable periodic states—indeed the chaotic strange attractor is comprised of the period-1, period-2, period-4 and all other periodic solutions which have now become unstable. Control methods seek to select one of these unstable periodic solutions and to stabilize it by applying appropriate but very small perturbations to the experimental operating conditions. Such control methods can also be adapted to allow an unstable state, such as the period-1 oscillation, to be tracked tlirough regions of operating conditions for which it would be naturally unstable. These teclmiques have been successfiilly employed for the BZ chaos as well as for chaos in lasers and various other physical and biological systems. For a fidl review and collection of papers see [29].  [c.1106]

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Figure C3.6.5 The first two periodic orbits in the main subhannonic sequence are shown projected onto the (c, C2) plane. This sequence arises from a Hopf bifurcation of the stable fixed point for the parameters given in the text. The arrows indicate the direction of motion, (a) The limit cycle or period-1 orbit at k 2 = 0.11. (b) The first subhannonic or period-2 orbit at k 2 = 0.095. Figure C3.6.5 The first two periodic orbits in the main subhannonic sequence are shown projected onto the (c, C2) plane. This sequence arises from a Hopf bifurcation of the stable fixed point for the parameters given in the text. The arrows indicate the direction of motion, (a) The limit cycle or period-1 orbit at k 2 = 0.11. (b) The first subhannonic or period-2 orbit at k 2 = 0.095.
Secondly, the ability to form more than one hydride falls off as we go across a period. Thus, in Period 1. boron and carbon both form whole families of hydrides, nitrogen forms three (ammonia. NH3 hydrazine. N H hydrazoic acid. NjH). oxygen two (HjO. H3O2) and fluorine one (HF). Again, as we descend a group, the energetic stability of the hydrides decreases—indeed, many hydrides are endothermic, and need indirect methods to supply the necessary energy for their preparation. In Group IV, methane is exothermic.  [c.113]

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The output file eontains more information than the geo file and is documented to be easily understood by the human reader. The first bloek of information (PART 1) is an eeho of the input file with some explanatory notation. The dieleetrie eonstant is arbitrarily set at the default value of 1.5. Default values are autornatieally used in  [c.103]

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Friedel-Crafts acylation of benzene with benzoyl chloride (CgH5CCl) (j) Nitration of the product from part (1)  [c.512]


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