Determination of Distribution Coefficient The distribution coefficients ([K.
What does K(EFF) stand for?
K(EFF) stands for Distribution Coefficient
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The distribution coefficient values for Langmuir (Eqn 3) and Freundlich (Eqn 5) sorption models were calculated according to Alloway (1995) and Gomes et al.
the composition of the solid phase is equal to the product of the distribution coefficient by the concentration of the liquid at the solidification front.
The spatial variability of solute distribution coefficient imparts an additional variability in the local velocity of such solutes.
We adjusted other parameters needed to calibrate the model--such as tissue distribution coefficients, metabolism and excretion parameters, and the blood:air distribution coefficient ([H.
As explained below, the distribution coefficient v is the proportion of an unobservable "residual" which is distributed to capital managers, while the retention coefficient [Alpha] is the proportion of an observable flow of property return which is retained by capital managers.
Determination of Distribution Coefficient A disc (10 mm in diameter) of blend film was placed in drug solution for a period of 4 h at 4[degrees]C.