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Justus Lipsius Building - Rue de la Loi 175, 1040 Brussels: It has a total gross surface area of ?
If the internal surface area of one NU-110 crystal the size of a grain of salt could be unfolded, the surface area would cover a desktop.
Alveolus structure and gas exchange in the lungs, nephron structure and water retention in the kidneys, villus structure and nutrient absorption in the small intestine, and root-hair structure and nutrient absorption in plants are all biological examples in which surface area plays a key role in living things.
PREDICT In which container would you expect water to evaporate, or change from a liquid to a gas, more quickly: one with a larger or smaller surface area (area that is exposed)?
We plan to use this oil in a new type of neutron lifetime measurement, where a bellows system ("accordion") enables to vary the trap size in a wide range while the total surface area and distribution of surface area over height remain constant.
For years, facilities have discussed sand-to-metal ratio, not surface area to the science of metalcasting.
Full-thickness defects less than half the surface area of the lip are usually closed primarily.
Streams in watersheds where more than 25 percent of the surface area is impermeable usually show severe physical and ecological damage.