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# Converting inequalities with modulus into range expression

## INEQUALITIES MODULUS

When you take statements (1) and (2) together, x must be 2 so the answer is C. An alternative, easier approach to this problem would be to set up the different scenarios WITHOUT concentrating on the conditions. Whatever solutions you come up with could then be verified by plugging them back into the appropriate equation. For example, in scenario IIIA of statement (2), the x = -1 could have been eliminated as a possible answer choice by simply trying it back in the equation . We discovered the reason
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## MOLECULAR BIOLOGY PROBLEM SOLVER 11 PPS

2 mm) that require a specialized holder to align the window with the light beam. Some manufacturers recommend the use of masked cells to reduce overall light scatter. If the light path length of your cuvette is less than 10 mm, check if the instrument automatically incorporates this when converting absorbance data into a concentration. The Beer-Lambert equation assumes a 10 mm path length. A double-stranded DNA sample that produces an absorbance at 260 nm of 0.5 in a cuvette of 10 mm path length produces a concentration of 25 m g/ml. The same sample measured in a cuvette with a 5 mm path length produces an absorbance of 0.25, and concentration of 12.5 m g/ml if the spec- trophotometer does not take into account the cuvette’s decreased path length. Capillaries of 0.5 mm path length can analyze very concentrated samples without dilution, but the quantitative repro- ducibility can suffer because of this extremely short light path.
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## BIOCHEMISTRY, 4TH EDITION P41 PPS

Screening cDNA Expression Libraries with Antibodies Antibodies that speciﬁcally cross-react with a particular protein of interest are often available. If so, these anti- bodies can be used to screen a cDNA expression library to identify and isolate cDNA clones encoding the protein. The cDNA library is introduced into host bacteria, which are plated out and grown overnight, as in the colony hybridization scheme pre- viously described. DNA-binding nylon membranes are placed on the plates to obtain a replica of the bacterial colonies. The nylon membrane is then incubated under con- ditions that induce protein synthesis from the cloned cDNA inserts, and the cells are treated to release the synthesized protein. The synthesized protein binds tightly to the nylon membrane, which can then be incubated with the speciﬁc antibody. Binding of the antibody to its target protein product reveals the position of any cDNA clones ex- pressing the protein, and these clones can be recovered from the original plate. Like other libraries, expression libraries can be screened with oligonucleotide probes, too.
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## THE POWERS OF MONODROMY

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## BỘ ĐỀ KIỂM TRA CHẤT LƯỢNG NĂM 2011 MÔN ANH VĂN – ĐỀ 31 POT

The tooth decay In most animals, dental decay is a rare problem. In man, and especially in the affluent West, the disease has reached epidemic proportions. The cause of tooth decay in human beings is a bacterium that feeds on the sugar in our food. It digests the sugar more easily by converting it into an acid. The acid then dissolves the enamel , the outer coating of the teeth and finally attacks the living nerve within. The result is the agonizing pain we know as toothache.
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## KIỂM TRA LẦN I MÔN ANH VĂN ĐỀ 031 PDF

In most animals, dental decay is a rare problem. In man, and especially in the affluent West, the disease has reached epidemic proportions. The cause of tooth decay in human beings is a bacterium that feeds on the sugar in our food. It digests the sugar more easily by converting it into an acid. The acid then dissolves the enamel , the outer coating of the teeth and finally attacks the living nerve within. The result is the agonizing pain we know as toothache.
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## SOLUTION MANUAL FOR CHEMISTRY THE MOLECULAR SCIENCE 5TH EDITION BY MOORE

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## Effect of free range-area and feed restriction on growth performance of hungarian landrace guinea fowl

Hungarian Landrace Guinea Fowls are famous for their excellent meat quality produced by traditional free-range farming. The study aimed to identify the optimal size of a free-range area for keeping Hungarian Landrace Guinea Fowl, and to examine its effect in combination with quantitative feed restriction on growth performance, 486 birds were randomly distributed into 18 cages. F
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## Naringenin ameliorates renovascular hypertensive renal damage by normalizing the balance of renin-angiotensin system components in rats

Naringenin, a member of the dihydroflavone family, has been shown to have a protective function in multiple diseases. We previously demonstrated that naringenin played a protective role in hypertensive myocardial hypertrophy by decreasing angiotensin-converting enzyme (ACE) expression.
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## ENGLISH LANGUAGE PROFICIENCY TESTS-ADVANCED LEVEL''''SARCHIVEREAL LIFE: GARDENING (1) PPT

soil shade storm TRANG 4 4.Many plants need water and sunshine in order to grow.. The plant process of converting light and water into useable energy is called ...[r]
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## LUYỆN ĐỌC TIẾNG ANH QUA CÁC TÁC PHẨM VĂN HỌC -THE COUNT OF MONTE CRISTO ALEXANDRE DUMAS CHAPTER 100 PPS

imagination, and the conviction was strengthened by the fact that in the morning no traces remained of the nocturnal phantoms, who disappeared with the coming of daylight. From behind the door a human figure appeared, but the girl was too familiar with such apparitions to be alarmed, and therefore only stared, hoping to recognize Morrel. The figure advanced towards the bed and appeared to listen with profound attention. At this moment a ray of light glanced across the face of the midnight visitor.
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## BÁO CÁO HÓA HỌC: " RESONANT FREQUENCY OF GOLD/POLYCARBONATE HYBRID NANO RESONATORS FABRICATED ON PLASTICS VIA NANO-TRANSFER PRINTING" PDF

The finite element code, ABAQUS 6.9, was used to compute the natural frequencies of the resonator mod- els. In the finite element model, the top surface of the polymeric film was tied with the bottom surface of the Au film. Therefore, no delamination between the Au and the polymeric film occurs. Both Au and polymer are modeled as homogenous and elastic solids. The material properties of Au and PC used in the model are listed in Table 1. Four-node bilinear elements with reduced integration are used for both the Au and the polymer film. Particular efforts were placed on meshing to guarantee sufficient mesh density and suitable ele- ment aspect ratio to achieve satisfactory computation precision.
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## BÁO CÁO KHOA HỌC A SYSTEMS BIOLOGY MODEL OF THE REGULATORY NETWORK IN POPULUS LEAVES REVEALS INTERACTING REGULATORS AND CONSERVED REGULATION POTX

Discussion One of the aims of systems biology is to model the complex interactions in living cells, describing emerging properties not apparent from studying genes, proteins or metabolites individually. Still, most computational approaches just take pair-wise similarity, not interac- tions between genes, into account when inferring net- work from expression data. The reason for this is at least two-fold. First, exploring combinatorics is compu- tationally expensive. For example, there are over 2000 transcription factors in Populus giving rise to over 2 million pairs, 1.3 billion triplets, etc. Second, more com- plex models (e.g. cross-terms in regression models) imply many more parameters that have to be estimated from data (i.e. the b ’ s in regression models). Since we need more observations than model-parameters to avoid over-fitting the models, the number of required observa- tions grows quadraticly with the number of regulators when considering pairs. This curse of dimensionality represents a huge obstacle to studying interactions in biological systems. Here, we deal with these problems in several different ways. First, we restrict our study to leaf-specific genes rendering far fewer combinations than an unfiltered whole-genome study. Second, rather than considering all regulators at once, we devised a method that starts with single regulators, and then moves to pairs and higher-order combinations. This provides adequate observations to estimate parameters for each model (365 observations versus only four para- meters in the case of two regulators), but because we test so many different models it comes with the risk of finding combinations that obtain high predictive power by change (i.e. over-fitting). We deal with this problem by only increasing model complexity if a statistically sig- nificant boost in predictive power is observed on unseen data (cross validation). In the statistical test we used the highly-conservative Bonferroni correction where the initial significance threshold (0.05) was divided by the number of transcription factor combinations tested.
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## ĐỊA CHẤT THỐNG KÊ CHO CÁC NHÀ KHOA HỌC MÔI TRƯỜNG PPS

What these schemes do in both one and two dimensions, and in three if the scheme is extended, is to filter out long-range fluctuation, just as stratification does. Where there is trend across the sampled region or periodicity, as, for example, in an orchard or as a result of land drainage, systematic sampling can give biased estimates of means. Such bias can be avoided by randomizing system- atically within the grid. The result is unaligned sampling (see Webster and Oliver, 1990). It gives almost even cover. The disadvantage is the same as that of strict grid sampling in that the error cannot be estimated very accurately. The best procedure again is to stratify the region and compute the pooled within-stratum
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## Báo cáo hóa học: " Research Article On Two Iterative Methods for Mixed Monotone Variational Inequalities" doc

Studies in Mathematics and Its Applications, North-Holland, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 1981. 5 F. Giannessi and A. Maugeri, Variational Inequalities and Network Equilibrium Problems, Plenum Press, New York, NY, USA, 1995. 6 D. Kinderlehrer and G. Stampacchia, An Introduction to Variational Inequalities and Their Applications, vol. 88 of Pure and Applied Mathematics, Academic Press, New York, NY, USA, 1980.
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## Gelation of anisotropic colloids with short range attraction

Colloidal gels are space-spanning networks that form solids at dilute particle volume fractions. The kinetic process of gelation is central to understand the flow of complex fluids. Here, we report a simulation study of colloidal gelation of anisotropic colloids with attractive Lennard Jones potential.
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## CONSTRUCTION AND IMMUNOGENICITY OF RECOMBINANT FOWLPOX VACCINES COEXPRESSING HA OF AIV H5N1 AND CHICKEN IL18

virus cúm gai glycoprtein HA cDNAs of the HA genes of subtype H5N1 AIV were fused to form a single open reading frame, designated H5HAH7HA. The H5HAH7HAcDNA and chicken Interleukin18 (IL18) were inserted into the fowlpox virus (FPV) expression vector pUTA16LacZ to producepUTALH5H7IL18. cDNA of H5N1 AIV HA was inserted into the FPV expression vector pUTA2 to create the recombinant expressionplasmid pUTA2H5
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## BÁO CÁO Y HỌC TRIGGERING RECEPTOR EXPRESSED ON MYELOID CELLS 1 EXPRESSION ON MONOCYTES IS ASSOCIATED WITH INFLAMMATION BUT NOT WITH INFECTION IN ACUTE PANCREATITIS PDF

centrations were higher than in healthy volunteers at admis- sion and three days later (Figures 3c and 4c). Discussion One of the most serious complications of AP is the develop- ment of infection. The aim of this study was to measure the lev- els of TREM-1 and HLA-DR on monocytes and the serum concentrations of IL-6 and IL-10 in patients with AP to deter- mine whether these markers, alone or in combination, can be used in the early identification of patients at high risk of devel- oping severe AP or infection. Our results suggest that TREM- 1 expression increases in the presence of inflammation because it was higher in all patients with AP, regardless of the presence of infection. These results support our previous study showing that TREM-1 expression increases after sur- gery, particularly in patients with preexisting SIRS, but does not correlate with the presence of infection [19]. TREM-1 may be involved in the amplification of the inflammatory response in AP, and its ligand could be an endogenous molecule released during cellular damage associated with AP [24]. Wang and colleagues found higher levels of TREM-1 mRNA in patients with severe AP than in patients with mild AP and healthy vol- unteers [20]. This seems in contrast to our results, but we measured protein levels and not mRNA, and mRNA levels do not necessarily correlate with protein levels.
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## Nghiên cứu chế tạo bê tông nhẹ cách nhiệt kết cấu sử dụng hạt polystyrol phồng nở

Study on shringkage, modulus of elasticity, water absorption, softening coefficient and bonding ability show that concrete with expanded polystyrene beams can be used i[r]
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## CYP19A1 gene expression in the peripheral blood of Brazilian women with breast cancer relapse

The CYP19A1 gene, which encodes the enzyme responsible for androgen aromatization into estrogens, may play an important role in breast cancer aggressiveness. However, no study has evaluated CYP19A1 gene expression in the peripheral blood of women with relapsed breast cancer.
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## PHYSICAL - CHEMICAL TREATMENT OF WATER AND WASTEWATER - CHAPTER 17 (END) PPT

Let us discuss the formation of the monochloramine versus the formation of the nitrogen gas. The oxidation state of the nitrogen atom in ammonia is − 3. And, again, its oxidation state in NH 2 Cl is − 1. Thus, forming the monochloramine from ammonia needs the abstraction of two electrons from the nitrogen atom. Now, again, the oxidation state of nitrogen in the nitrogen gas is zero, which means that to form the nitrogen gas from ammonia needs the abstraction of three electrons; this is harder than abstracting two electrons. Thus, in the reaction of HOCl and NH 3 , the monochloramine is formed rather than the nitrogen gas, and the gas is formed only when the conversion into monochloramine is complete by more additions of HOCl. Consider the formation of the nitrate ion. The oxidation state of nitrogen in the nitrate ion is + 5. Thus, this ion would not be formed from ammonia, because this would need the abstraction of eight electrons. If it is formed from the monochloram- ine, it would need the abstraction of six electrons, and if formed from the dichloram- ine, it would need the abstraction of four electrons. Thus, in the chloramine reactions with HOCl, the nitrate is formed from the dichloramine. We will, however, compare which formation forms first from the dichloramine: trichloramine or the nitrate ion. The oxidation state of the nitrogen atom in trichloramine is + 3. Thus, to form the trichloramine, two electrons need to be abstracted from the nitrogen atom. This may be compared to the abstraction of four electrons from the nitrogen atom to form the nitrate ion. Therefore, the trichloramine forms first before the nitrate ion does.
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## PROFESSIONAL INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY PROGRAMMING BOOK PART 110 POT

One solution could be to use subexpressions (as seen in Lesson 7, "Using Subexpressions"). This would allow for you to retrieve the matched text in three parts: the opening tag, the text, and the closing tag. With the matched text broken into parts, it would not be too difficult to extract just that part you want.
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There are three terms that are used to describe passive tags that contain batteries: semi- active, semi-passive, and battery-assisted. Some think the terms are interchangeable, while others think that “a semi-active tag is an active tag that remains dormant until it receives a signal from the reader to wake up. The tag can then use its battery to communicate with the reader” … “semi-passive tags are similar to active tags in that they have their own power source, but the battery only powers the microchip and does not broadcast a signal. The RF energy is reflected back to the reader like a passive tag” (Karygiannis et al., 2007). A problem in the above definitions is that some active tags can be put into sleep mode and later reactivated upon receiving a wake up signal from a reader. Therefore, it is more accurate to use the term “battery-assisted tag”. Battery-assisted tags have a power source that can keep the chip on the tag constantly powered. However, they can be programmed to preserve battery power by only signaling if an alert condition is detected, or only at predetermined time intervals. In addition, battery-assisted tags may incorporate one or more sensors, enabling them to monitor environmental conditions, such as temperature, humidity, shock, or vibration.
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## BÁO CÁO HÓA HỌC: " RESEARCH ARTICLE ON OPIAL-TYPE INTEGRAL INEQUALITIES WING-SUM CHEUNG AND CHANG-JIAN ZHAO" DOC

Wing-Sum Cheung and Chang-Jian Zhao Received 22 January 2007; Accepted 4 April 2007 Recommended by Peter Yu Hin Pang We establish some new Opial-type inequalities involving functions of two and many in- dependent variables. Our results in special cases yield some of the recent results on Opial’s inequality and also provide new estimates on inequalities of this type.
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_INHERITED CLASS _ Numeric _INCLUDED MODULE _ Precision _CLASS METHOD _ Integer::induced_fromnumeric Returns the result of converting numeric into an integer.[r]
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_INHERITED CLASS _ Numeric _INCLUDED MODULE _ Precision _CLASS METHOD _ Integer::induced_fromnumeric Returns the result of converting numeric into an integer.[r]
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_INHERITED CLASS _ Numeric _INCLUDED MODULE _ Precision _CLASS METHOD _ Integer::induced_fromnumeric Returns the result of converting numeric into an integer.[r]
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## Photoshop cs5 by steve Johnson part 30 pps

Cube indicates the color is not web-safe; click to select the closest web color. An alert triangle indicates the color is out of gamut (non-printable). Understanding Spectrums and Ramps Spectrums and Ramps are located at the bottom of the Color panel, and represent the entire spectrum for the chosen color space. For example, the CMYK spectrum displays a rainbow of colors in the CMYK color gamut. Moving the eyedropper into the spectrum box and clicking lets you select any color and gives you a visual repre-
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## HANDBOOK OF MATHEMATICS FOR ENGINEERS AND SCIENTEISTS PART 144 PPS

1 – k 2 sn 2 u sn 2 v . 18.14.1-7. Conversion formulas. Table 18.5 presents conversion formulas for Jacobi elliptic functions. If k > 1 , then k 1 = 1 /k < 1 . Elliptic functions with real modulus can be reduced, using the first set of conversion formulas, to elliptic functions with a modulus lying between 0 and 1.
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## Lecture Computer organization and assembly language - Lecture 21: Conditional and Block Structures - TRƯỜNG CÁN BỘ QUẢN LÝ GIÁO DỤC THÀNH PHỐ HỒ CHÍ MINH

Assembly language programmers can easily translate logical statements written in C++/Java into assembly language.. Compound Expression with AND[r]
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This time, we’ll build a straightforward and commonly used customer feedback form for Bob’s customers to enter their complaints and compliments, as shown in Figure 4.1. However, our application will have one improvement over many you will find on the Web. Instead of emailing the form to a generic email address like feedback@example. com , we’ll attempt to put some intelligence into the process by searching the input for
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## BÁO CÁO HÓA HỌC: "BEST CONSTANTS FOR CERTAIN MULTILINEAR INTEGRAL OPERATORS" PPTX

would like to point out, however, that in order to show T = C m one needs to either trace back where equality holds in the inequalities proving the main result of [ 2 ] or go through a similar computation to the one presented here in the next section. 2. Proof of Theorem 1.1
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## Binding energy of exciton in quantum dots with the central-cell correction depending on the dot sizes

The binding energy of exciton in quantum dots with a parabolic confinement potential was calculated by variational methods beyond the Kohn-Luttinger effective mass theory, when the central-cell correction was taken into account.We have assumed that a short range potential with two parameters for strength and range for exciton, representing the center-cell effect also depends on dot size. Our result is in good agreement with experiment.
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## A PRACTICAL GUIDE TO PARTICLE COUNTING FOR DRINKING WATER TREATMENT - CHAPTER 22 POTX

The IBR VersaCount has a handle attached for portability, but does not have an external case. The front of the unit incorporates a keypad and display, along with a series of bar codes. A bar code reader is attached to the unit. This rather odd feature is included because the unit is a modified version of a Hiac Royco portable air particle counter. Air particle counters are designed to be moved from room to room, since air is difficult to “grab-sample.” Bar codes were mounted at various locations where the samples were taken, and provided a quick way of tagging the data. Drinking water plants are not set up the same way, and the considerably heavier water version is not convenient to carry around. It is reported that some of the early customers would stick the bar code wand into the sample, thinking that it was the particle sensor.
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_See also_ pictures converting to frequencies, 355 dividing into small rectangles, 357 IMEI International Mobile Equipment Identity, 298 impairments, for common codecs, 63–64 impulse res[r]
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## TKTL1 EXPRESSION IN HUMAN MALIGN AND BENIGN CELL LINES

Overexpression of transketolase-like 1 protein TKTL1 in cancer cells has been reported to correlate with enhanced glycolysis and lactic acid production. Furthermore, enhanced TKTL1 expression was put into context with resistance to chemotherapy and ionizing radiation.
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## VOLUME 21 COMPOSITES PART 5 DOCX

Fig. 21 Adhesive shear stresses and strains in unflawed bonded joint The design and analysis of stepped-lap bonded joints have been made straightforward by the digital computer programs A4EG and A4EI, which are based on an elastic-plastic shear model (Ref 32, 33). The first program employs a uniform adhesive layer throughout the joint. The second program expanded on the first and incorporated variable adhesive properties, so that the effect of flaws and defects could be investigated (worked examples of joints analyzed by these programs are found in Ref 6, 26, 27, 29, and 34). It should be noted that the A4EG and A4EI programs do not merely predict the strength of joints of specified geometries, but also serve as valuable tools for improving the initial designs. Some rules of thumb for initial design are that the end steps must be neither too thick nor too long—0.76 mm (0.030 in.) thick titanium with a step length of 9.5 mm (0.375 in.) is typical, lest premature fatigue failures occur. Most of the other steps are usually 12.7 to 19.1 mm (0.50 to 0.75 in.) long, with step thicknesses no greater than 0.5 mm (0.02 in.) (and preferably much less) on each side of the joint, with one longer step near the middle of the overlap to provide creep resistance. The computer programs give enough detailed information about the internal stresses within the joint for the initial design to be improved upon by modifying design details. Any poorly proportioned step usually shows up rapidly. Once the proportions have been adjusted properly, the most powerful variable with which to increase the joint strength is the number of steps; merely increasing the bond area for the same number of steps is not effective. The strength continues to increase as the number of steps is increased to one per ply, and the number should always be sufficient to ensure that the bond strength (calculated by overriding the adherend strength limits while maintaining the same stiffnesses) exceeds the adherend strengths by at least 50%.
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## Fundamentals of Polymer Engineering Part 13 doc

entanglement density ( see Chap. 14 ) of the polymer chains [42]. Increases in entanglement density can entirely suppress crazing and change the mode of yielding to shear band formation. The discussion of crazing has thus far been restricted to situations where the polymer is strained in air. It turns out that if the test is conducted in a liquid environment or in the presence of organic vapors, the stress needed to initiate crazing is considerably reduced. This common phenomenon is known as environmental stress cracking and it is important in situations where plastics necessarily come into contact with ﬂuids, as in beverage containers or in tubes and hoses. It is found that variables that most inﬂuence crazing under these circumstances are the spreading coefﬁcient, the diffusivity, and the solubility parameter of the crazing agent. Theories that have been advanced to explain the ease of cracking include (1) polymer plasticization, resulting in a lowered value of both the Tg and the viscosity of the glassy material, and (2) a lowering in the surface energy, which allows new cavities to form with ease [35].
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