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MEASUREMENT
SPECIFIC VOLUME
FOURTH VOLUME
LIQUID HYDROGEN
ENERGY DENSITY
CUBIC KILOMETERS
ESTIMATED VOLUME
TERMS
SALES VOLUME
SAMPLE
WHOLE BLOOD
LARGER
BRAIN VOLUME
FIRST TIME
SINGLE VOLUME
BOUNDING VOLUME
VOLUME RENDERING
VOLUMES
MANGA
MPV
MEAN PLATELET VOLUME
LOSERS
YORK STOCK EXCHANGE
WINE
ABV
ESSAYS
THIRD VOLUME
CONSTANT TEMPERATURE
LARGER VOLUME
OXYGEN
PERCENTAGE
COMBUSTION CHAMBER
CLEARANCE VOLUME
TRAFFIC
LARGE VOLUME
CONSTANT
CONSTANT VOLUME
VOLUME FORMS
VOLUME FORM
DECREASE
STROKE VOLUME
RED CELLS
PLASMA VOLUME
MULTIPLYING
MEAN CELL VOLUME
SERIES
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Definitions

  1. Volume is an independent quarterly magazine that sets the agenda for architecture and design.
  2. Volume was calculated for the anterior cingulate gyrus, and average FA values were calculated for each segment looking separately at grey and white matter.
  3. By volume, the red blood cells constitute about 45% of whole blood, the plasma about 54.3%, and white cells about 0.7%. (Web site)
  4. Volume is not important; no one has a trophy for collecting a quart of dog semen. (Web site)
  5. The volume is computed as F times the volume of the pyramid whose base is a regular p -gon and whose height is the inradius r. (Web site)

Measurement

  1. A unit of measurement of the volume of sounds. (Web site)
  2. Absolute humidity is the mass of water vapor in a given volume of air (this measurement is not influenced by the mass of the air).
  3. The measurement takes into account the efficiency of the dialyzer, the treatment time, and the total volume of urea in the body. (Web site)

Specific Volume

  1. SPECIFIC VOLUME - The volume of a substance per unit of mass; i.e., standard air 13.33 cubic feet per pound.
  2. The inverse of density is specific volume which is defined as volume divided by mass.
  3. Hematocrit is the measurement of the percentage of red blood cells found in a specific volume of blood.

Fourth Volume

  1. The anime does not include the story arc after volume 3 of the manga as the production of the anime started before the fourth volume.
  2. Ed Lange - Nudist Magazines of the 50s & 60s, Book 4 The fourth volume has a mixture of articles from the 60s. (Web site)
  3. My Dear Boys: This book, "The Rover Boys Out West," forms the fourth volume of the "Rover Boys Series," a line of up-to-date stories for Young Americans.

Liquid Hydrogen

  1. Liquid hydrogen (LH 2) tanks can store more hydrogen in a given volume than compressed gas tanks. (Web site)
  2. In terms of volumetric energy density, liquid hydrogen requires much more volume than other fuels to store the same amount of energy. (Web site)
  3. It has over 40 times more refrigerating capacity per unit volume than liquid helium and more than three times that of liquid hydrogen.

Energy Density

  1. Liquid hydrogen has less energy density by volume than hydrocarbon fuels such as gasoline by approximately a factor of four.
  2. Energy density refers to the quantity of energy contained in a form of energy per unit mass or volume.
  3. These uses require far more energy density (the amount of energy stored in a given volume or weight) than current battery technology can deliver. (Web site)

Cubic Kilometers

  1. The volcano has a volume of 500 cubic kilometers and extensive lava flows from Nyamuragira cover 1500 square kilometers of the East African Rift.
  2. The Smelter Knolls consist of several coalescing rhyolite domes and flows with an estimated total erupted volume of 2.2 cubic kilometers. (Web site)
  3. It currently has a volume of approximately 9,600 cubic miles (40,000 cubic kilometers).

Estimated Volume

  1. Mauna Loa is the largest volcano on Earth with an estimated volume of 9,600 cubic miles (40,000 cubic kilometers).
  2. The Fish Canyon Tuff was erupted 27.8 million years ago and has an estimated volume of 3,000 cubic km. (Web site)
  3. Mount Shasta has an estimated volume of 108 cubic miles (450 km3), making it the most voluminous stratovolcano in the Cascades. (Web site)

Terms

  1. It is usually expressed in terms of volume of alcohol per volume of blood in the body. (Web site)
  2. With an estimated volume of 1,750,000 cubic feet (50,000 m3) per second, the falls were, at least in terms of total volume, the largest waterfall on earth.
  3. It is usually quoted in terms of energy per unit of volume, which is referred to as energy density.

Sales Volume

  1. Dr Pepper Snapple (NYSE: DPS) said sales volume declined 4 percent, with the volume of bottler cases down 3 percent. (Web site)
  2. In terms of sales volume, most of today's beer is based on the pale lager brewed in 1842 in the town of Pilsen, in the Czech Republic.
  3. This knowledge helps the firm determine whether the increased unit price will offset the decrease in sales volume.

Sample

  1. The percentage by volume of packed red blood cells in a given sample of blood after centrifugation. (Web site)
  2. The percentage by volume of red blood cells in a given sample of blood after it has been spun in a centrifuge. (Web site)
  3. A centrifuge used to determine the volume of blood cells and plasma in a given sample of blood. (Web site)

Whole Blood

  1. The normal range for the packed cell volume (PCV) or hematocrit is 37-55% (the ratio of the volume of packed red cells to the whole blood). (Web site)
  2. Platelet count: The calculated number of platelets in a volume of blood, usually expressed as platelets per cubic millimeter (cmm) of whole blood.
  3. The term "hematocrit" is defined as the ratio of volume of packed red blood cells to the volume of whole blood. (Web site)

Larger

  1. Because the density of aluminum is smaller than that of iron, a larger volume of aluminum is required for a given mass than iron. (Web site)
  2. In other words, a significantly larger volume of biomass fuel is required to generate the same energy as a smaller volume of fossil fuel.
  3. The soundboard has a larger surface area and thus displaces a larger volume of air, producing a much louder sound than the strings alone. (Web site)

Brain Volume

  1. The volume of the human area 10 is 14 cm 3 and 1.2% of brain volume.
  2. The decrease in brain volume was due primarily to white matter loss. (Web site)
  3. The amount that the brain shrinks with age can be measured by examining the ratio of brain volume to intracranial volume.

First Time

  1. For the first time, an entire volume has been dedicated to the life and works of Leroy Anderson.
  2. For the first time, all of Anton Chekhov's drama in English in a single volume. (Web site)
  3. Now, for the first time, Ira Gershwin's entire body of work is brought together in one volume. (Web site)

Single Volume

  1. This volume thus combines relativity, astrophysics, and cosmology in a single volume. (Web site)
  2. In 1580, all the confessional writings mentioned here were gathered into a single volume, the Book of Concord. (Web site)
  3. George Zebrowski wrote a trilogy of space opera novellas, collectively called The Omega Point Trilogy and published as a single volume in 1983.

Bounding Volume

  1. If the ray or viewing frustum does not intersect the bounding volume, it cannot intersect the object contained in the volume.
  2. A bounding volume is a relatively simple shape, such as a box, sphere, or cylinder, that encloses a more complex object.

Volume Rendering

  1. In volume rendering, transparency and colors are used to allow a better representation of the volume to be shown in a single image—e.g. (Web site)
  2. The first chapter of this book opens with an introduction to volume rendering. (Web site)
  3. At work I've done projects dealing with volume rendering, real-time physical simulation, and model animation. (Web site)

Volumes

  1. The volume of a prismatoid is equal to the sum of the volumes of a pyramid, a wedge, and a parallelepiped.
  2. The Quick PT method specifies a reaction mixture composed one volume of anticoagulated plasma and two volumes of reagent. (Web site)
  3. A suitable range of volumes for chamber(s) 168 would be from 5% to 20% of the volume of the TDC volume of the combustion chamber. (Web site)

Manga

  1. It roughly covers most of the material found in Volumes 1 and 3 of the manga (and some of Volume 2).
  2. This manga is CLAMP's first major work and its story and art gets better and better with each volume. (Web site)
  3. The English version of the manga, published in North America by Raijin Comics is only available up to volume 5. (Web site)

Mpv

  1. MPV - is the mean (average) platelet volume which is a measurement of the average volume of platelets in the sample.
  2. Cell distribution width (rdw), mean platelet volume (mpv for both types of differentials, the numbers are when platelets are low, it may take longer for the.

Mean Platelet Volume

  1. Mean Platelet Volume (MPV). The average size of platelets in a volume of blood. (Web site)
  2. Rdw-cv (red cell distribution of width-coefficient of mpv (mean platelet volume) is a measure of the volume both quantities and proportions of the various.
  3. Mean platelet volume (MPV) - a measurement of the average size of platelets. (Web site)

Losers

  1. On the Nasdaq, losers beat winners by five to two on volume of 2.17 billion shares. (Web site)

York Stock Exchange

  1. On the New York Stock Exchange, losers beat winners by over five to one on volume of 870 million shares. (Web site)

Wine

  1. A still wine, usually light to medium in body, dry to semi-dry, low to moderate in alcohol (10% to 13% by volume), and often served with meals. (Web site)
  2. For tablewines the wine label must, by law, state the alcohol content of the wine within the bottle, usually expressed as a percentage of the volume.
  3. ALCOHOL BY VOLUME: As required by law, wineries must state the alcohol level of a wine on its label. (Web site)

Abv

  1. Alcohol By Volume Alcohol by volume (ABV) simply represents what portion of the total volume of liquid is alcohol. (Web site)
  2. If you know the alcohol by volume (abv), multiply that by.8 and you'll be pretty close to the alcohol by weight (abw). (Web site)
  3. A whiskey distilled to a maximum of 80% alcohol by volume (ABV), aged in oak barrels to acquire flavor, and diluted with water to not less than 40% ABV.

Essays

  1. In 1914 The League published a whole volume of essays on Killing for Sport, the preface was written by George Bernard Shaw.
  2. The second volume of collected essays by Ernest Fortin deals with the relationship between religion and civil society in a Christian context.
  3. Moral Dilemmas is the second volume of collected essays by the eminent moral philosopher Philippa Foot.

Third Volume

  1. Volume 5 is the third volume of nineteen on dicots to be published in the Flora of North America series. (Web site)
  2. She is currently living in Greece, and has finished her third volume of poetry and a book of essays and stories about gypsies and travellers.
  3. Ed Lange - Nudist Magazines of the 50s & 60s, Book 3 The third volume of the series is mainly about nudism in Europe. (Web site)

Constant Temperature

  1. Under constant temperature, the volume of a given mass of gas is inversely proportional to the absolute pressure of the gas. (Web site)
  2. Boyle's Law shows that, at constant temperature, the product of an ideal gas's pressure and volume is always constant. (Web site)
  3. At constant temperature, the volume of a gas varies inversely with the pressure, while the density of a gas varies directly with pressure. (Web site)

Larger Volume

  1. Thus, any volume of dry air will sink if placed in a larger volume of moist air. (Web site)
  2. As the volume of blood expands, platelets may appear more scarce as they are distributed in a larger volume. (Web site)
  3. The larger volume of hot gas from the combustion chamber is then fed through the gas turbine which is then easily able to power the compressor.

Oxygen

  1. For example, two volumes of hydrogen reacted exactly with one volume of oxygen to produce water. (Web site)
  2. For example, two volumes of hydrogen gas react with one volume of oxygen gas to form two volumes of water vapor. (Web site)
  3. PET can measure such brain functions as cerebral metabolism, blood flow and volume, oxygen use, and the formation of neurotransmitters. (Web site)

Percentage

  1. Hematocrit is a blood test that measures the percentage of the volume of whole blood that is made up of red blood cells. (Web site)
  2. The value is given as a percentage of red blood cells in a volume of blood. (Web site)
  3. Protoporphyria Definition of Hematocrit (Hct) Volume of packed red cells expressed as a percentage. (Web site)

Combustion Chamber

  1. Apply grease around the edge of the cylinder bore and measure the volume using the Holy Plate and burette as for measuring the combustion chamber volume. (Web site)
  2. The expansion ratio is a value determined from the stroke volume of the piston at the time of an expansion stroke and the combustion chamber volume. (Web site)
  3. Piston Top Dead Center (TDC) is where the piston is at its highest position and the combustion chamber volume is at its minimum. (Web site)

Clearance Volume

  1. There are five factors that affect compression ratio: cylinder swept volume, clearance volume, piston dome or dish, head-gasket volume, and chamber volume.
  2. The clearance volume in the cylinder head is about 10% of the cylinder capacity and this volume cannot be pushed out of the cylinder by the piston.
  3. COMPRESSION RATIO: The ratio between the total volume to the clearance volume. (Web site)

Traffic

  1. By analyzing flow data, a picture of traffic flow and traffic volume in a network can be built.
  2. CAVEATS Depending on the frequency of pinging and the number of hosts pinged, netmon could create a high volume of traffic. (Web site)
  3. Further savings can come from the nighttime closure of airport towers with a low volume of traffic.

Large Volume

  1. Therefore, large volume of staining solution is recommended, approximately ten times the volume of the gel. (Web site)
  2. A propeller accelerates a large volume of air by a small amount, whereas a jet engine accelerates a small volume of air by a large amount. (Web site)
  3. In meteorology, an air mass is a large volume of air defined by its temperature and water vapor content. (Web site)

Constant

  1. At constant volume, the pressure of a gas sample is directly proportional to its temperature. (Web site)
  2. The constant volume heat capacity - c v - is a measure of the change in internal energy at a particular temperature and constant volume. (Web site)
  3. As a result, more gas molecules must occupy the lungs and other gas-containing cavities of the body to maintain constant volume at a given temperature.

Constant Volume

  1. Combustion occurs rapidly, and during combustion the volume varies little "constant volume".
  2. The molar heat capacity can be "patched up" if the changes of temperature occur at either a constant volume or constant pressure.
  3. Then combustion (Path 2-3) occurs at constant volume with an increasing pressure and temperature. (Web site)

Volume Forms

  1. In general a manifold may have no volume form, infinitely many volume forms, or a measure but no volume form.

Volume Form

  1. In differential geometry, volume is expressed by means of the volume form, and is an important global Riemannian invariant.
  2. Every volume form defines a measure on the manifold, and thus a means to calculate volumes in a generalized sense.
  3. The difference is that while a measure can be integrated over a (Borel) subset, a volume form can only be integrated over an oriented cell.

Decrease

  1. Total pepsin output is reduced in proportion to the decrease in volume of gastric juice.
  2. Pressure, by increasing the pressure, you decrease the volume between molecules. (Web site)
  3. As the piston reaches bottom dead center (BDC) and begins a compression upstroke, the volume of the cylinder begins to decrease. (Web site)

Stroke Volume

  1. The difference between end-diastolic and end-systolic volumes is the stroke volume, and represents the volume of blood ejected with each heart beat. (Web site)
  2. An increase in the volume or speed of venous return will increase preload and, through the Frank-Starling law of the heart, will increase stroke volume. (Web site)
  3. What blood is actually pumped from the left ventricle is the stroke volume and it, together with the heart rate, determines the cardiac output. (Web site)

Red Cells

  1. Mean Corpuscular Hemoglobin Concentration (MCHC) is the average concentration of hemoglobin in a given volume of red cells. (Web site)
  2. The hematocrit is the percentage of blood by volume that is occupied by the red cells. (Web site)
  3. The red cells make up half the volume of the blood. (Web site)

Plasma Volume

  1. In contrast, the volume of distribution was equivalent for the three molecules and approximately equal to the plasma volume (data not shown).
  2. In relative polycythemia, the hematocrit rises because of a loss of plasma volume without a corresponding decrease in red cells.
  3. Because there is regulation of vessel radius by the endothelium it is hypothesized that hematocrit may be regulated near optimal by changes in plasma volume.

Multiplying

  1. The volume of red blood cells is found by multiplying the red blood cell count times the mean cell volume. (Web site)
  2. The mass flow rate can also be calculated by multiplying the volume flow rate by the density.
  3. The dose of alcohol is calculated by multiplying the volume of an alcoholic beverage by the percentage of alcohol by volume. (Web site)

Mean Cell Volume

  1. Red blood cell size - The mean cell volume measures the average size (volume) of red blood cells.
  2. The mean cell volume measures the average size (volume) of red blood cells. (Web site)
  3. RBC size. The mean cell volume measures the average size (volume) of RBCs. (Web site)

Series

  1. As with other volumes in this series, the audience for the volume will be formal linguists and syntacticians around the world. (Web site)
  2. The series was also published in one volume as The Salterton Trilogy in 1986. (Web site)
  3. The second part of the series -- on the Medicine Buddha Sutra -- were published in the September, 2000, issue (Volume 4, Number 2). (Web site)

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