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** Comparison of theoretical results with experimental electrical values **

Sadikoglu, H., Liapis, A. 1., 1997. Mathematical modelling of the primary and secondary stages of bulk solution freezedrying in trays parameter estimation and model discrimination by comparison of theoretical results with experimental data. Drying Technol. 13 43-72. [Pg.152]

As has been mentioned above, the methods of statistical mechanics used by Flory for the theoretical calculation of the change in the free energy of mixing rigid rods and a solvent are based on a number of assumptions. Nevertheless, as can be seen from a comparison of theoretical results with experimental data, the main conclusions are qualitatively in coincidence. Critical remarks made in publications after the works of Flory and Onsager mainly dealt with some details [Pg.88]

Since model systems are used in ab initio calculations it is important to thoroughly examine the available experimental data for several reasons. One, in order to insure that the simulation of the system is physically meaningful, for example that structure and stoichiometry are properly taken into account. Another is to test the accuracy of the calculation by comparison of theoretical results with experiment. This is crucial in the case of zeolites, since as we will see later, most of the ab initio calculations involving zeolites are performed on over-simplified representations of the real zeolite. This raises the possibility that the results may be critically model dependent. [Pg.144]

From this rough outline of some examples of current problems in the physics of rubber elasticity, it is clear that it is important to have a well-founded statistical-mechanical theory of equilibrium properties of rubber-elastic networks. Consequently, first junction and entanglement topology are described and discussed. Then a section briefly reviews the theory of the phantom network. In the following two sections, theories of equilibrium properties of networks and a comparison of theoretical results with experimental data are presented. [Pg.37]

** Comparison of theoretical results with experimental electrical values **

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