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A commercial trot faciUty in Idaho, U.S. Linear raceways are commonly used for the production of trout from fry to either release or market and for

A compact micro-turbine schematic.

A comparative study of load transfers for different line lengths at different p.fs. for an uncompensated line

A comparison of experimental and predicted tensile failure probabilities for four graphites with widely different textures AGX, H-451, IG-110 and AXF-5Q.

A comparison of k a values .

A comparison of raw material costs.

A comparison of steepest descent minimization of the same protein.

A comparison of the effect of antimony oxide on the oxygen index of PVC containing 50 phr DOP.

A comparison of the results from shock temperature measurements on Fe. Hatchured area for Fe melting is defined by the results of Bass et al. predict that the shock temperatures of solid stainless steel are lower than for pure, solid iron, as observed.

A complete ammonia plant process flow diagram.

A complete quality model

A Composite Peak Formed by Two Closely Eluting Peaks of Different Size

A computer facility performs dynamic simulation and analysis of reciprocating compressor installations such as this two-cylinder compressor. Interactive pulsation and mechanical analysis ensures trouble-free operation. Used by permission

A concerted mechanism for GTP hydrolysis by Ga in which transfer of a proton to the y phosphate is coupled to deprotonation of the attacking water by Gin 200. Adapted from J. Sondek et al., Nature 372

A configurational—coordinate diagram showing mechanisms of radiationless decay to the ground state. Nonradiative decay to the ground-state

A conjugated chain in poly.

A connected graph, C, and its frame F.

A connection table the structure diagram of ethanal, with the atoms arbitrarily labeled, is defined by a list of atoms and a list of bonds.

A conservative-logic realization of a conventional serisJ adder circuit it is built entirely of Fredkin gates. Places along the wires marked with a dot represent unit time delays at those locations. Illustration patterns after and

A Continuous Chromatography Separation System

A continuous cumulative probability distribution function.

A continuous IPB system with phase reactors

A continuous probability distribution function.

A control system for a pass-out steam turbine

A control system for a speed-governed steam turbine

A convergent beam diffraction pattern of the fivefold axis of a quasicrystal, as in figure Bl.8.6. The diffraction rings show that the synnnetry is fivefold, not tenfold.

A correlation chart for the observed predicted ripple characteristics for the reptation, Rouse and polymer mode coupling models. The restation model gives the best correlation between theory and experiment.

A corrosion cell.

A CoSi grain boundary as visualized in a spherical-aberration-corrected TEM CTF for the corrected TEM at only 14 nm underfocus. Pictures by courtesy of M Haider and Elsevier.

A creep curve for a ceramic.

A cross-section of a nearly square cellulose microfibril, with the individual molecular chains shown as rectangles. Also shown are the one- and two-chain unit cells of la and ip. This view of the microfibril is parallel to the long axis. The chains are arranged so that the edges of the crystal correspond

A cross-section of the potential energy surface of PH obtained by ignoring the version b . The coordinate p is defined in figure Al.4.5.

A cross-section of the potential energy surface of PH. The coordinate p is defined in figure Al.4.5.

A crystal is built up from many billions of small identical units, or unit cells. These unit cells are packed against each other in three dimensions much as identical boxes are packed and stored in a warehouse. The unit cell may contain one or more than one molecule. Although the number of molecules per unit cell is always the same for all the unit cells of a single crystal, it may vary between different crystal forms of the same protein. The diagram shows in two dimensions several identical unit cells, each containing two objects packed against each other. The two objects within each unit cell are related by twofold symmetry to illustrate that each unit cell in a protein cr stal can contain several molecules that are related by symmetry to each other.

A crystal stmeture of L-glutamic acid .

A CT wound in different combinations

A current source inverter

A cut across the ground state . Keeping the phase of the electronic wave function constant, this coordinate leads from the ground to the excited state. At a certain point, the two surfaces must touch. At the crossing point, the wave function is degenerate.

A cut-away schematic of a typical a-c open-arc, steelmaking, eccentric bottom tapping furnace.

A cutaway section of plate-type fins showing the continuous surface contact of the mechanically bonded tube and fins. Used by permission

A Cyclic oligomerizations of acetylene

A cyclone generates centrifugal force by the fluid motion.

A cylindrical clarifier and its features.

A cylindrical element pressure filter.

A dark field within

A de novo designed P sheet protein, betabellin, formed by the dimerization of two identical four-stranded -sheets and a disulfide linking the two sheets. This model is for betabeUins 9 and later progenies the earher betabeUins contained a two-armed cross-linker connecting the sheets .

A delay up to one cycle in transient-free switching ON. of a charged capacitor

A design for a small plastic wheel. The upper, corrugated, web profile is better than the lower, ribbed, one because the section is constant.

A diagram of the active site of chymotrypsin with a bound inhibitor, Ac-Pro-Ala-Pro-Tyr-COOH. The diagram illustrates how this inhibitor binds in relation to the catalytic triad, the strbstrate specificity pocket, the oxyanion hole and the nonspecific substrate binding region. The Inhibitor is ted. Hydrogen bonds between Inhibitor and enzyme are striped. Adapted from M.N.G. James et al., . Mol. Biol. 144

A diagram of the principle of the contact probe during the study of the metal matenal structure

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