As shown in the three graphs, during the exposure time
period, the molecular weight decrease in PE-3 and PE-4 films was the fastest in Shihezi, followed by Kuitun.
The Guide Note states, "An analysis and opinion of exposure time
is required for appraisals where the definition of value is tied to a reasonable or stipulated exposure time
Both definitions also specify that exposure time
is a retrospective opinion or estimate "based on an analysis of past events assuming a competitive and open market.
For shorter exposure time
of 10 s no such pronounced dependence on the aging time is found.
In this study, hypertonic saline, compared with different concentrations of glucose, had a significant effect on the protoscolices within the first minutes of exposure time
Ultimately, the study subjects will not all have a uniform time period available to define exposure, and those with unobserved exposure time
have a lower probability of filling a prescription on an outpatient basis.
Power tools are not professionally suitable, and employers must take into account different work solutions as well as reduced exposure times
Relationship between survival, salinity, DO concentration, and exposure time
(hours) and the relationship between L[C.
The nonlinearity source (3) is a function of the exposure time
, and for short exposure times
(customary operating condition for most detectors) this nonlinearity contribution will be quite small.
The discussion of reasonable exposure time
should appear in an appropriate section of the appraisal report, one that presents the discussion and analysis of market conditions, and also be referenced at the statement of the value definition and at the value conclusion.
Many view media as a distraction to completing homework, even though their total media exposure time
exceeds time spent studying.
Light damage is a function of the intensity of the illumination level and the length of exposure time