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In 2000, equine specialists studying the two necropsies concluded citation needed that Phar lap probably died of duodenitis-proximal jejunitis, an acute bacterial gastroenteritis.

june 1993 saw a bigger outbreak, as 55 humans died as well as 66 equine deaths.

A traditional equine
calculated by an economist.

In partial equilibrium analysis, the determination of the price of a good is simplified by just looking at the price of one good, and assuming that the prices of all other goods remain constant.

He showed that when vapor and condensed phases are in equilibrium, the vapor species become more complex as the temperature is raised.

The flat line portion of the isotherm now corresponds to liquid-vapor equilibrium.

Pressure dependence The pressure dependence of the equilibrium constant is usually weak in the range of pressures normally encountered in industry, and therefore, it is usually neglected in practice.

However, a change in pressure due to a change in volume of the system will shift the equilibrium.

In june 1880 he presented his habilitation thesis, Gleichgewichtszustände isotroper Körper in verschiedenen Temperaturen (Equilibrium states of isotropic bodies at different temperatures).

From measuring the physiological concentrations of metabolites in a erythrocyte it seems that about seven of the steps in glycolysis are in equilibrium for that cell type.

If the logs are to be dried to an equilibrium with the local climate the process may take several years, depending on the location and size of timbers.

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