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Its Latin name is Hordeum vulgare, though this term tends to be retained for six-row barley (discussed later), with Hordeum distichon being used for two-row barley. The part of the plant of interest to the brewer is the grain on the ear. Sometimes this is referred to as the seed, but individual grains are generally called kernels or corns. A schematic diagram of a single barley corn is shown in Fig. 2.2. Four components of the kernel are particularly significant
The schematic diagram describing mass transfer of gas-liquid-solid (non-porous) three-phase is shown in Fig. 4 14 , It is assumed that component A in the gas bulk is The schematic diagram describing mass transfer of gas-liquid-solid (porous) three phases is shown in Fig. 5 14 . Although inside the porous particle mass transfer and adsorption are in parallel, the overall process still can be represented by resistances in series.
Schematic diagram showing the morphological features of apoptotic and necrotic cell death. The cell shown at stage 1 of necrosis exhibits clear swelling and dilation of mitochondria and Golgi. At this stage, nuclear morphology remains unchanged. By stage 2 of necrosis, disruption of organelles and plasma membrane is apparent, nuclear morphology is altered, and complete destruction of the cell quickly follows. During stage 1 of apoptosis, on the other hand, the cell exhibits extensive boiling or blebbing of the plasma membrane and a reduction in cellular volume. Condensation of the nuclear morphology may also be apparent. By stage 2, the chromatin has condensed and fragmented into several spherical particles and the cell is smooth surfaced in appearance. Apoptotic bodies containing chromatin and organelles are also shown. Eventually, plasma-membrane integrity is lost and degraded chromatin escapes from the dead cells, leaving nuclear-free ghosts. These structures may persist...
A common method for obtaining vapor-liquid equilibrium (Refs. 11, 13, 16, 23, 27, 35) is by circulating the vapor through a system and bringing it into repeated contact with the liquid until no further change in the composition of either takes place. A schematic diagram of such a system is shown in Fig. 1-1. The vapor above the liquid in vessel A is removed, passed through
A schematic diagram of the nonequilibrium stage for the Taylor et al. model is shown in Fig. 13-56. Entering the stage are the following material streams FV vapor feed FL liquid feed Vj +1 vapor from stage below together with fractional-liquid entrainment, +1 Lj -1 liquid from stage above with fractional-vapor occlusion, j 1 GV vapor interlink and GL liquid interlink. Leaving the stage are the following material streams Vj vapor with fractional withdrawal as sidestream, rj, and fractional-liquid entrainment, j and Lj liquid with fractional withdrawal as sidestream, rjL, and fractional-vapor occlusion, 4 J. Also leaving the stage are heat-transfer streams, QjV and QL. The rate of heat transfer from the vapor phase to the liquid phase is Ej and the rate of component mass transfer from the vapor phase to the liquid phase is Nij. FIG. 13-56 Schematic diagram of a nonequilibrium stage. For the liquid phase FIG. 13-56 Schematic diagram of a nonequilibrium stage. For the liquid phase
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