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Within the limits of experimental error, the calculated temperature dependence of the LandauPlaczek ratio RLP for vitreous boron oxide coincides with the curve obtained from the light scattering data.


The calculated temperature of soot particles may differ substantially depending on the choice of a model for energy exchange in collisions.


A comparison of the experimental and calculated temperature dependences of the charge carrier concentration yield an estimate for the location of the Fermi level in STO at T=4.2 K with EFEv～10 meV.


Qualitative agreement obtains between the measured and calculated temperature dependences Jc(T).


The calculated temperature of orientational melting of the C60@C240 nanoparticle is approximately equal to 60 K.


The calculated temperature of the phase transition from the cubic phase (9800 K) is considerably higher than the melting temperature of the crystal under investigation.


A comparison of the calculated temperature dependences of σ and RH with the experimental data also shows that the impurityband conductivity makes a significant contribution (due to hops of bound polarons or holes) to σ and RH.


Compared with the experimental results, the calculated temperature profiles in the postflame region are in good agreement with the measured data and observation phenomena.


The calculated temperature dependence of the Hall effect agrees qualitatively with the observations and reveals the local maximum found for both pure copper and dilute alloys.


The calculated temperature and concentration dependencies of the spin correlation length and the magnetic susceptibility are close to those observed in cuprate perovskites.


By using a numerically calculated temperature distribution the hydrodynamic properties are studied taking into consideration the singlefluid model of plasma physics.


The calculated temperature ratios for different processes compare favourably with the previously fitted values.


Assuming oxygen isotope equilibrium between quartz and chlorite, the veins formed at a temperature of ～275?°C, which is consistent with the calculated temperature of 269?±?10?°C from chlorite chemistry.


The calculated temperature distribution in the 1mmthick samples was less remarkable than in the 3mmthick samples.


Calculated temperature distribution during laser annealing in silicon and cadmium telluride


The experimental data are consistent with the calculated temperature distributions.


The sequence of events as a function of processing fluence is interpreted by comparing experimental data with calculated temperature distributions.


Depending on altitudes, the new lidar frequencies and the effect of Na extinction combined to lower the calculated temperature values by 28 K.


The temperature tuning behaviors of both OPOs were measured, showing excellent agreement with calculated temperature tuning curves.


Although the analytical solution is only possible after making several (at first sight) rather stringent assumptions, the calculated temperature field turns out to give a fair agreement with a numerical, more realistic approach.

