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Equilibrium

The stable state of the system. See: Attractor.

Equilibrium

A state of stable prices brought about by the rough equality of supply and demand. This applies for consumer goods, securities, and most other goods and services.

equilibrium

a state of balance with no tendency to change. See EQUILIBRIUM MARKET PRICE, EQUILIBRIUM LEVEL OF NATIONAL INCOME, DISEQUILIBRIUM.
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This paper aims to extend and develop Garrison's analysis to address the gaps in the modern literature on subjective expectations and its implications for the process of equilibration It provides a detailed analysis of the similarity in the views of Lachmann and Mises on the subjective nature of expectations, emphasizing, in particular, the key role that the subjective interpretation of experience plays in this regard.
Thus, equilibration should be done to establish good and free functional movements without any interference after orthodontic treatment is completed and the teeth have assumed stable positions.
We therefore observed up to 67% decrease in P concentration when equilibration time was increased from 0.
It was possible to observe an inverse relation between sperm viability (motility rate and motility time) and equilibration times evaluated, and the lowest equilibration time showed the best motility rate and motility time for lane snapper sperm with significant differences (P <0.
In summary, by using a simulation protocol that allows equilibration at each extension (PNW protocol) we have been able to observe the details of the events leading to the unfolding of ubiquitin by mechanical force.
In other words, there will not be any further adsorption after certain time of equilibration time (vide Graph Nos.
2003) reported that direct measurement of milk calcium ion concentration using an ion-selective electrode, which was defined as calcium activity, showed lower values than those using ultrafiltration and equilibration dialysis methods.
In this article the first evidence is provided for the equilibration of the occlusion after placing a Hall crown.
The biopsy-derived blastocysts were sequentially exposed to corresponding equilibration and vitrification solutions at room temperature (25[degrees]C).
Treatment may include: Dental work Equilibration is a technique that involves adjusting the way the teeth meet so they fit together with equal contact and pressure between the upper and lower teeth when the jaw muscles are at rest.
First, we argue that Kirzner's emphasis on equilibration and the role of the "pure entrepreneur" in explaining equilibrating tendencies reflects a particular, idiosyncratic reading of the Austrian price-theoretic tradition, one in contrast to the "causal-realist" approach that runs from the Scholastics to Cantillon to Menger to Wicksteed, Fetter, Clark, and Davenport, to Mises and his students.