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In zoning, the number of things allowed per unit of land, such as number of houses, occupants,or families per acre.

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People can search for the calorie content of specific foods or type in the calories per 100g from a food label to work out if the product is low, medium or high energy density or they can visit www.
We recently published a report on 'The role of energy density in helping consumers make healthy choices'.
The LBS program is open to scientists from the ICF laboratories (LLNL, LANL, SNL, and LLE) who wish to conduct basic high energy density science experiments at the facility.
We hypothesized that changes of dietary energy density pre-partum can affect the energy metabolism during the transition period, thereafter influencing the response of an antioxidant to different energy density diets.
Do the maths Calculate the energy density of a food by dividing the number of calories by the weight of the food: a sandwich with 360 calories that weighs 180g would have an energy density of 360/180 = 2.
2007) carried out an extensive study on the effect of energy density on the physical and mechanical properties of polyamide components.
Demand for lithium-ion batteries is growing as a power source for mobile devices such as laptop computers and mobile phones because their high energy density and light weight properties are suitable for these applications.
During 1 week of the study, all foods served at these meals were reduced in energy density between 19% and 33% compared with the foods served during the other week.
military market partners and potential customers, showcased a fuel cartridge operating the Protonex P2 unit at 33% higher power and greater than 35% more energy per unit weight than previously achieved and exceeded the 500 Wh/kg system energy density targets established by the military.
Through a private equity financing deal, Angstrom Power has secured $18 million to advance its work on high energy density micro-structured fuel cells.

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