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** Kinetic Parameters and pH Optima **

Determining the optimum parameters was a long process which required many hours of engineering and technician time and spanned a time period of over one year. In addition to these initial multivariant experiments, a large number of independent experiments were conducted to verify the predicted results. [Pg.206]

Based on the analysis of the optimum parameters for MR1 for large n-alkanes from n-Ci4H3o to n-C44Hgo, a linear function of [Pg.238]

Fig, 7 95% confidence region of transport parameters and qt for G43A catalyst, optimum parameter pair is shown as point [Pg.482]

Theory of Programmed Temperature Gas Chromatography The Prediction of Optimum Parameters, J. C. Giddings, in Gas Chromatography, Academic Press, New York, 1962, Chapter V. [Pg.301]

If we are certain that the optimum parameter estimates lie well within the constraint boundaries, the simplest way to ensure that the parameters stay within the boundaries is through the use of the bisection rule. Namely, during each iteration of the Gauss-Newton method, if anyone of the new parameter estimates lie beyond its boundaries, then vector Ak +I) is halved, until all the parameter constraints are satisfied. Once the constraints are satisfied, we proceed with the determination of the step-size that will yield a reduction in the objective function as already discussed in Chapters 4 and 6. [Pg.165]

As indicated in Chapter 6, and discussed in detail by Anderson et al. (1978), optimum parameters, based on the maximum-likelihood principle, are those which minimize the objective function [Pg.67]

The relationship between the response and the variables is visualized by a response siuface or contour plot to see the relative influence of the parameters, to find an optimum parameter combination, and to predict experimental results for other parameter, for two variables, When k = 2 the empirical model from the general Eq. (2) becomes [Pg.137]

Figures 6 and 7 present a comparison for six PS chains of various molecular weights (from 2.63X 104 to 3.75 X 105). For the PS-X (140 K)-toluene system which was selected to determine the optimum parameters in the models of Milner et al. and de Gennes, the present calculations and |

Fig. 5.17. Time domain CARS of nitrogen under normal conditions. Points designate experimental data, solid line calculation with a = 6.0 A, b = 0.024, c = 0.0015. The insert depicts the dependences of the relative mean-square deviation on each of the parameters , b and c, the other two being fixed at their optimum values. The deviations are expressed as percentage of optimum parameters. |

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** Kinetic Parameters and pH Optima **

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