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** At-line solid phase extraction **

** Chemical-shift anisotropy solids, line-shape effects **

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** Line-shape analysis, solid sample **

** On-line solid phase extraction **

Figure 1. Phase delay of Licrilite E202 cell, thickness 9.47)im, X 5l4nm. The solid line shows a power series best fit for the cell average data. |

peak areas as a fiinction of take-off angle. The solid line is a fit which corresponds to an oxide thickness of 2.0 mn (from [12]). [Pg.1857]

cathodic reactions, (a) or (b), drive the reaction. The solid lines indicate the stability ranges for Fe and its corrosion products (Fe, Fe, Fe O, Fc202, tthcOT). [Pg.2717]

In tlie polarization curve of figure C2.8.4 (solid line), tlie two regimes, activation control and diffusion control, are schematically shown. The anodic and catliodic plateau regions at high anodic and catliodic voltages, respectively, indicate diffusion control tlie current is independent of tlie applied voltage and7 is reached. [Pg.2721]

Phosphate release from actin. (a) Monomeric actin with ADP and Pi bound. The protein backbone (tube), ADP (grey spheres), and Ca -Pi (black spheres) are shown. The orientation of the spring indicates the pulling direction during P, unbinding. (b) Force exerted on the deprotonated (solid line) and protonated (dashed line) phosphate during the SMD simulations. [Pg.47]

total energy vs. At for the Verlet (a = 0), IM (a = 1/4) and LIM2 (fv = 1/2) schemes for the blocked alanine model. The three lines correspond to averaging energies over an increasing number of steps 2 x 10 (dotted line), 6 x 10 (dashed line), and 10 (solid line). [Pg.243]

Photo dissociation of ArHCl. Left hand side the number of force field evaluations per unit time. Right hand side the number of Fast-Fourier-transforms per unit time. Dotted line adaptive Verlet with the Chebyshev approximation for the quantum propagation. Dash-dotted line with the Lanczos iteration. Solid line stepsize controlling scheme based on PICKABACK. If the FFTs are the most expensive operations, PiCKABACK-like schemes are competitive, and the Lanczos iteration is significantly cheaper than the Chebyshev approximation. [Pg.408]

Figure 7-10. Two examples of torsional potentials plotted using Eq, (24) with the parameters rt = 2, V = 5.0, y = Fi (solid line), and n = 3. = 3.0, y = 0 (broken line). All other V, ... |

Fig. 12.37 Discriminant analysis defines a discriminant function (dotted line) and a discriminant surface (solid) line. |

** At-line solid phase extraction **

** Chemical-shift anisotropy solids, line-shape effects **

** Dashed and solid wedge line notation **

** High pressure fluids solid lines **

** Line-shape analysis, solid sample **

** On-line solid phase extraction **

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