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Mark D. Normand and Micha Peleg
Demonstrations 21 - 40 of 70
Central Limit Theorem Applied to Samples of Different Sizes and Ranges
Three Component Food Mixtures
Compressive Stress-Strain Relationships of Layered Solid Foams
Effects of Temperature Fluctuations on Oscillating Biological Systems
Uncertainties in Isothermal Microbial Growth
Uncertainties in Isothermal Microbial Inactivation
Synergism and Antagonism
Expanded Magnitude Estimation Method
Bimodal Size Distributions in Grinding and Attrition
Arrhenius versus Exponential Model for Chemical Reactions
Simulating Microbial Count Records with an Expanded Fermi Solution Model
Volume and Mass of a Spoonful of Powder
Pathogen Dose-Response Curves with the Beta Poisson and Lognormal Models
Lubricated and Frictional Squeezing Flow
Operation of an Ideal Belt Conveyor
Expanded Fermi Solutions in Pathogens' Dose-Response Curves
Characteristic Times in Accumulation and Decay
Dynamic Water Absorption by Foods
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