- Thus the absorption of a system is the fraction of the incident radiation which is absorbed by the system .
- The term "continuant" arises from a relation between this type of determinant and continued fractions .
- Common fractions written in the greek or egyptian system were too awkward for astronomical calculations .
- Astonishing as it seems, this whole series of actions takes place in a tiny fraction of a second .
- Centrifuging, washing, and filtering may separate any fraction of polymer that occurred by an emulsion process .
- The impurity of supposedly pure subcellular fractions is a constant threat to the plant biochemist .
- In this chapter we shall look at how the computer copes with negative numbers and fractions in binary arithmetic .
- That calculate damage accumulation, generally, is a function of stress/strain, temperature, and the current damage fraction .
- However, experimentally one never detects a fraction of an electron; electrons behave as indivisible entities .