Homogeneity

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Homogeneity

The degree to which items are similar.

Homogeneity

The state of being alike or similar. In investing, a portfolio may be homogeneous if its securities are largely in the same industry or type. For example, a portfolio consisting exclusively of stocks is said to be homogeneous.
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It also greatly improves melt-temperature homogenity, which can permit downgauging of films, for example, according to the company.
Therefore we considered our study more significant regarding case homogenity and number.
Skumanie homogenity vytvorenych skupin miest na zaklade objektivnych (negeografickych) kriterii potvrdilo, ze klesajuce poradie skupin podl'a kvality zivota suvisi s klesajucim indikatorom HDP na obyvatel'a.
Troshin, "An attempt at quantitative specification of SAR distribution homogenity," Int.
The values of the variability coefficient present us a great and mean homogenity of the results obtained by the subjects of the two groups.
Furthermore, the peak of PLA20 was not so smooth indicating the less homogenity as compared with the other samples.
According to the company, complete homogenity is obtained up to 30% faster than with other double planetary mixers.
coil PpiC were purified to homogenity. It was found that both these proteins have PPlase activity when tested on artificial chromogenic substrate succinyl-Ala-Phe-Pro-Phe-4-nitroanilide.
On the other hand, in a compound with good dispersion, resin permeates into tangles of cellulose fibers and gives a product with improved homogenity. Fiber and resin contact developed well, and fluff was little detected at the fracture surface.