Lexique scientifique transdisciplinaire


Résultats anglais
above (adj)
Sens 1 : being located, written, or discussed higher on the same page or on a preceding page. [Source : MWU]
Équivalent(s) : précité:1
  • The model is capable of rationalizing the measured bubble energy losses mentioned in Item 2 above, based on the idea that the work potential of the expanding bubble is reduced by an amount equal to the kinetic energy required to bring the entrained liquid mass from rest up to the gas velocity within the bubble at the end of the expansion.
  • The S1 to S2transition should then be substantially helped by a similar chelating Ca effect as the one for the S2 to S3 transition, discussed as effect number 6 above.
  • Of further interest is the relationship between the individuals identified in the genetic trait study (Alt 1995; Alt et al 1995a, 1995b), described above.
above (adv)
Sens 1 : at or to a higher point; overhead. [Source : OAL]
Équivalent(s) : au-dessus:1
  • At a take-up speed above 9.8m/s, the dichroic ratio was found to increase to 0.91 and 0.88 at 11.0m/s and 12.3m/s take-up speeds, respectively.
  • The first description of the fission process given by Bohr and Wheeler [1] was based on a statistical approach according to which fission is governed by the available phase space above the fission barrier.
  • The 1915 photograph of the Colorado Supply Company, Figure 6H, in Berwind shows a sign advertising Selz shoes hanging above the entrance.
Sens 2 : earlier or further back (in a book, an article etc.). [Source : OAL]
Équivalent(s) : ci-dessus:1, haut_adv:1
  • Remark 19. The polymorphism introduced above is essentially shallow polymorphism.
  • All of the arguments specified above clearly support my assertion that we can understand international cooperation as contractual relationships.
  • A major problem with the above research is that no measure of CP AP usage is reported, so it is impossible to know to what extent responses to any or all of the three components of the SEMSA predicts actual adherence.