Social transformation around the globe brings up new and complicated relationships for different actor groups. Agricultural population and agricultural production are also involved in these new relationships, bringing quite a few changes to the ruralities.

In this paper, new relationships between eigenvalues of Jacobi iterative matrix and Corresponding AOR (Accelerated Overrelaxation Method) iterative matrix is given On a p-weak cyclic matrix,

It also explores from the perspective of changing government functions ways to set up new relationships between the government and different types of hospitals.

New relationships between permeability, electrical and thermal conductivity found for sedimentary rocks are described.

Our investigation of molecular data neither supports the phylogeny ofAndersson nor the classification ofRobbrecht, but instead indicates totally new relationships ofIsertieae, Mussaendeae, andSabiceeae.

Importers' altruistic benevolence had a positive impact on performance in mature relationships but not in new relationships.

Results for a cylindrical wing skin utilizing the new relationships are included.

The sector is highly dependent on volunteers yet little is known about how organizational change in response to new relationships with the statutory sector impact upon the commitment and well-being of people who volunteer.

The relation between earthquake magnitude and epicentral intensity is usually described by using the formula M = 0.58 I0 + 1.5 given by S.P.Lee (Li Shanbang) as he studied the Chinese earthquakes in recent times,and the formula M = 0.68 I0 + l.39 Log h-1.40 given by Fu Chengyi and Liu Zhengrong as they considered the effects of focal depth.These two empirical formulas are generally suitable to the Chinese regions.However,we have constantly discovered during the practical research that there exist systematical...

The relation between earthquake magnitude and epicentral intensity is usually described by using the formula M = 0.58 I0 + 1.5 given by S.P.Lee (Li Shanbang) as he studied the Chinese earthquakes in recent times,and the formula M = 0.68 I0 + l.39 Log h-1.40 given by Fu Chengyi and Liu Zhengrong as they considered the effects of focal depth.These two empirical formulas are generally suitable to the Chinese regions.However,we have constantly discovered during the practical research that there exist systematical differences in applying these relationships to the aftershocks including late aftershocks after a major earthquake.The present paper deals with the data of aftershocks after several major earthpuakes which have occurred in North China in recent 10 years or so,presenting a new relationship between aftershock magnitude and epicentral intensity and giving some preliminary theoretical explanations.These new relationships are:M=0.69I0+1.00

A new relationship based on the Hammett equation is derived for the esterification reaction of substituted carboxylic acid in the presence of hydrated sulphate salts and is called a catalyzing linear free energy equation. The equation can be expressed as log [k_(R(M))/k_(O(Mn))]=σp~M+Y_m where k_(R(M)) is the rate canstant of the esterification reaction of substituted acetic acid catalyzed by hydrated sulphate salts of M matal, k_(O(Mn))~(is) the rate constant of that of aoetic acid catalyzed by MnSO_4·H_2O,...

A new relationship based on the Hammett equation is derived for the esterification reaction of substituted carboxylic acid in the presence of hydrated sulphate salts and is called a catalyzing linear free energy equation. The equation can be expressed as log [k_(R(M))/k_(O(Mn))]=σp~M+Y_m where k_(R(M)) is the rate canstant of the esterification reaction of substituted acetic acid catalyzed by hydrated sulphate salts of M matal, k_(O(Mn))~(is) the rate constant of that of aoetic acid catalyzed by MnSO_4·H_2O, Y_m is active index of the catalyst. For reactions catalyzed by certain catalysts the rate constant of substituted acetic acid can be estimated from the equation.

A new relationship applicable to the prediction of diffusivities of gases under pressure has been developed from available experimental values and dimensional analysis. The relationship is as follows: Dδρ~*/T_0~*=1.60385×10~(-5)exp[-0.530586(ρ~*)~(2.5)] where,D is the diffusivity of gases; δ is the modulus of diffusion; ρ~* is the normalized density; T_0~* is the normalized temperature. On the basis of 1831 points of 57 systems reported in the literature, the relative frequency distribution of this...

A new relationship applicable to the prediction of diffusivities of gases under pressure has been developed from available experimental values and dimensional analysis. The relationship is as follows: Dδρ~*/T_0~*=1.60385×10~(-5)exp[-0.530586(ρ~*)~(2.5)] where,D is the diffusivity of gases; δ is the modulus of diffusion; ρ~* is the normalized density; T_0~* is the normalized temperature. On the basis of 1831 points of 57 systems reported in the literature, the relative frequency distribution of this method on the relative error is more satisfactory in comparision with that of the avalable methods.