Tl. Tymochowicz, S. A Collection of Results and Methods on the Leachability of Solidified High-Level Radioactive Waste Forms, Report HMI-B 241, 1977. [Pg.626]

However, the aim of this book is not a simple collection of results, but rather a step-by-step demonstration of how they are derived. The author s greatest reward would be if young readers were motivated to apply the analytical instruments discussed below in their daily work. [Pg.298]

R. D. Mountain and A. Wallqvist, A Collection of Results for the SPC/E Water Model, NISTIR 5778, National Institute of Standards and Technology, 1996. (Available from NTIS, Springfield, VA, Order no. PB96-147889/AS.) [Pg.246]

IV. Integration of the hyperbolic functions.—A standard collection of results of the differentiation and integration of hyperbolic functions, is set forth in the following table — [Pg.349]

Figure 9 Reflectivity and absorption index of P-rhombohedral boron (collection of results obtained by different methods and authors) (73-77). |

These results are slightly different than the values recorded in tables 4.6 and 4.7. The tabulated data are based on a larger collection of results for 1-1 electrolytes and therefore are better estimates of the single ion values. [Pg.186]

In many experimental cases, a certain degree of interference occurs among the measures, which gives rise to possible collections of results however, the situation is even more complex if the input data are subjected to uncertainty or imprecision (Kaufmann and Gupta, 1991). Fuzzy logic is the only mathematical application that can properly solve problems with imprecision in input data. [Pg.177]

A data set [x,y] can be represented in three ways as a tabular collection of measurements, as a graph, or as an analytical function y =f x). In the process of reducing a tabular collection of results to its analytical form, some information is lost. Although y =f x) gives us the dependence of y on a , we no longer know where the particular measurement yi at x is. That information has been lost. Often, selection of the form in which experimental results will be presented depends on how (or whether) information loss influences the conclusions we seek to reach. [Pg.60]

Table 2 compares the present results to experiment for the KDEs. In this table, AB denotes Cl + AB ACl + B, and BA denotes Cl + BA BCl + A. Three sets of experimental data are shown the collection of results from Stem, Persky, and Klein [49] and two sets of the results of Miller and Gordon [96] [Pg.117]

For the quantities appearing in Section 4.2.5 at equations (4.118) to (4.131) it is easy to establish the following collection of results under the above transformation [Pg.186]

To assess the performance of the different methods, described in the first sections of this chapter, in computing the singlet-triplet gaps in diradicals, we present and discuss a collection of results, obtained by different types of calculations on square CB and TMM. Tables 2 and 3 show these results, which were all obtained with the 6-31G basis set. [Pg.62]

© 2019 chempedia.info