PME inactivation followed first-order kinetics with a residual PME activity of 15% at all pressure-temperature combinations used by the researchers.
What does P-T stand for?
P-T stands for Pressure-Temperature (thermodynamics diagram)
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- Peripheral Rating of Perceived Exertion
- Pre-Paid Service Control Point
- Scratch Paper (library catalog)
- Pseudo-Static Random Access Memory
- Precipitation Static
- Prostate and Seminal Vesicle
- Parabrachio-Thalamic (neurons)
- Phaco-IOL (Intraocular Lens)-Trabeculectomy
- Platelet-Thrombin Complex
- Point to Multipoint
- Passive Top Attack Armor Protection System
- Posttraumatic Child Therapy
- Packet Temporary Mobile Subscriber Identity (GSM 03.60 version 7.4.1)
- Post-Tsunami Operational Management Structure
- Phagocytic Cells of the Thymic Reticulum
- Power Voltage
- Pressure Volume Temperature (also seen as PVT)
- Production Verification Testing
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Ebro Electronic, Ingolstadt has launched a new pressure-temperature logger EBI 100 for process monitoring and validation.
An Arrhenius model--used in accelerated life testing to establish a relationship between absolute temperature and reliability--described the pressure-temperature inactivation over the entire pressure-temperature range that was studied.