1,1,1,2,2,3,4,5,5,5-decafluoro-3-methoxy-4-(trifluoromethyl)-pentane, also known as HFE- 7300, is a segregated hydrofluoroether which can be used in heat transfer applications, cleaning applications, and in lubricant deposition. The properties knowledge about this fluid is scarce. Some papers report its environmental properties: reference  reports the low contribution of HFE-7300 to the atmospheric warming even though this compound is highly fluorinated. This reference also states that HFE-7300 is effective at mitigating the aggressiveness and the flammability of solvents, so this fluid can be used as pure compound or in mixture with other fluids. Some patents  propose several mixtures of HFE-7300 with other flammable compounds to be used as electronics cleaning agents, lubricants, and heat transfer fluids. This work provides experimental density data for pure HFE-7300 in the pressure range (0.1 – 140) MPa and in the temperature interval (293.15 – 393.15) K. Correlation of data was performed by using a Tait-like equation, and also the derived properties, that is, the isothermal compressibility, κ T , and the isobaric expansion, α P were calculated. A comparison ofdensity
6 En un puesto de frutas y verduras, los 5/6 del importe de las ventas de un día corresponden al apartado frutas. Del dinero recaudado en la venta de fruta, los 3/8 corresponden a las naranjas. Si la venta de naranjas asciende a 89 €, ¿qué caja ha hecho el establecimiento?
El presente pliego tiene por objeto definir las condiciones en que se realizará el Servicio de Mantenimiento de los aparatos elevadores existentes en el edificio Lakua 2 de Eusko Jaurlaritza/Gobierno Vasco sito en Vitoria-Gasteiz durante los años 2015 y 2016.
It has been proposed that an approach to prevent emergence of resistant virus (and apparent clearance of the virus from the culture) would be the use of "knocking-out" concentrations of the HIV-1-specific inhibitors (NNRTIs) [8a, 73]. When added to the HIV-1-infected cell cultures from the start of the infection at sufficiently high concentrations, the compounds may completely suppress virus replication and thus prevent the virus from becoming resistant. At a concentration of 2.5 µg/ml, TSAO-m 3 T suppress virus breakthrough ("knock out" the virus) for 10 to 15 days, although this represents a shorther time period than that observed with other NNRTIs. The "knocking-out" principle also holds for HIV-1 RT mutant strains. Thus in cell cultures infected with the TSAO-resistant Glu138Lys mutant, virus replication could be completely suppressed by micromolar concentrations of NNRTIs (i.e., TIBO, BHAP, nevirapine) . Interestingly, the concentrations required to knock out the virus can be significantly reduced when well- defined combinations of NNRTIs or combinations of NNRTIs with AZT or 3TC are used. For example when TSAO-m 3 T (0.4 µg/ml) and 3TC (0.05-0.1 µg/ml) were combined, they were able to prevent virus breakthrough for more than 52 days. However, when used individually at the same concentrations they could not prevent virus breakthrough for more than a few days. Similar effects have been reported with two NNRTIs (i.e., TSAO-m 3 T and thiocarboxanilide UC42). When combined, virus breakthrough could be suppressed for more than 77 days at drug concentrations (0.1 µg/ml for UC42 and1 µg/ml for TSAO-m 3 T) at which the individual compounds delayed virus breakthrough for only 20 and 25 days, respectively . Virus breakthrough could be suppressed for even longer, and at lower drug concentrations, if a third NNRTI (BHAP) was added to the combination of UC42 with TSAO- m 3 T, which points to the feasibility of triple drug combinations in preventing virus breakthrough and resis- tance development .
Cost allocation can be done according to different criteria. In some systems the cost is inversely proportional to the transfer speed, directly proportional to the transfer speed or computed as a function of transfer connection fares between links. Other proposals consider costs as a function of the main features of a link. King-Tim Ko  proposes to use the criterion of cost per distance with parameters based on transfer speeds between nodes (e.g. 6 Mbps cost one unit per kilometer, 45 Mbps cost 4 units per Km and 150 Mbps cost 9 units per Km, etc). Other metrics include more elements in the structure of costs in order to consider also dynamic characteristics of the system, such as the expected traffic at certain time intervals. These approaches attempt to predict the traffic demand and consequently the cost matrix is updated dynamically. Once a criterion to allocate costs to the links is chosen, the optimal route problem must be solved by some heuristic. The present paper shows the results when a genetic algorithm approach (, , ), is contrasted against a traditional greedy approach, proposed by Dijkstra and used by Bronson , , ). 2. T HE TYPICAL APPROACH
The inverse Kirkwood–Buff integrals (IKBI) are widely used to evaluate the preferential solvation of non-dissociate electrolyte drugs in solvent mixtures, describing the local compositions around the solute with respect to the different components present in the solvent mixture.[3 – 5] This treatment depends on the values of the standard molar Gibbs energies of transfer of the solute (compound 3) from neat water (compound 2) to the cosolvent (compound 1) + water (compound 2) solvent mixtures and the excess molar Gibbs energy of mixing for the binary mixtures free of solute. Thus, this treatment is very important in pharmaceutical sciences to understand the molecular interactions of solute – solvent, because most of the solubility studies developed have been focused toward correlating or modeling the solubilities and the possible prediction in mixtures from the solubilities in the neat solvents.[1,6] Nevertheless, just a few of them have been intended to analyze the local environment around the drug molecules describing the local fraction of the solvent components (1 or 2) in the surrounding of solute.[3 – 5]
Osteology : No skeletons are available but sorne useful information has been obtained from x-rays. The holotype has a typical Bolitoglossa vertebral column, with an atlas, 14 trunk, 1 sa eral, 2 caudosacral and 40 caudal vertebrae. It is possible that the tail is regenerated ; if so, this species probably has a very long tail. MVZ 200853 clearly has a regenerated tail which has 25 caudal vertebras. The other adults have 3 8 (MVZ 200894) and42 (UeR 4502) ; these are high numbers for a a small species of this genus. A juvenile (UeR 685 7) has 34 caudal vertebrae . Ribs are present on all trunk vertebrae but the last; but are also missing on one side of the next to last vertebra in UeR 4502. The transition from caudosacral to caudal vertebrae is marked by elongate transverse processes borne at the extreme anterior end of the first caudal verte bra which are swept strongly in an anterior di rection and terminate at a level equivalent to the midpoint of the last caudosacral vertebra. There is no overlap of the transverse processes of these adj acent vertebrae. Transverse pro cesses on the caudal vertebrae quickly regress toward the tail tip in the slender tails, and are nearly absent past caudal vertebra 12 to 15 . The processes gradually move from an anterior to a more midcentral position.
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