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# diffusion problems in a sentence

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An anamniotic terrestrial egg is less than 1 cm in diameter due to **diffusion problems**, a size which puts a limit on the amount of posthatching growth.

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He joined Feynman's T-4 (**Diffusion Problems**) Group, which was part of Hans Bethe's T (Theoretical) Division.

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It has been suggested that shelled terrestrial eggs without extraembryonic membranes could still not have been more than about 1 cm (0.4 inch) in diameter because of **diffusion problems**, like the inability to get rid of carbon dioxide if the egg was larger.

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However, in cases of convection-**diffusion problems** with high Péclet numbers, W-Cycle can show superiority in its rate of convergence per iteration over F-Cycle.

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The Crank–Nicolson method is often applied to **diffusion problems**.

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The direct discontinuous Galerkin (DDG) method is a new discontinuous Galerkin method for solving **diffusion problems**.

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This causes increased energy expenditure, and an elevated blood pCO₂ and bicarbonate called chronic respiratory acidosis, possibly due to **diffusion problems**.

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The hybrid difference scheme is a method used in the numerical solution for convection–**diffusion problems**.

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Hybrid difference scheme is a method used in the numerical solution for convection-**diffusion problems**.

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False-diffusion errors in numerical solutions of convection-**diffusion problems**, in two- and three-dimensions, arise from the numerical approximations of the convection term in the conservation equations.

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The upwind differencing scheme is a method used in numerical methods in computational fluid dynamics for convection–**diffusion problems**.

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There were five groups in this division and Ashkin was assigned to group 4, **Diffusion Problems**.

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The methods used for solving two dimensional **Diffusion problems** are similar to those used for one dimensional problems.

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Bethe's T Division, particularly Serber's T-2 (Diffusion Theory) Group and Feynman's T-4 (**Diffusion Problems**) Groups, would spend the next few months working on improved models.

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He worked at Los Alamos National Laboratory on **diffusion problems** during the Manhattan Project and was present at the Trinity Test.

# Some Words

- a size
- a limit
- a microhylid frog
- an average length
- a genus
- the world's ten smallest frog species
- (Andrias davidianus
- the largest amphibian
- a crocodile-like temnospondyl
- The largest frog
- the African Goliath
- Conraua goliath
- their body temperature
- internal physiological processes
- Their metabolic rate
- their food and energy requirements
- the adult state
- tear ducts
- movable eyelids
- airborne or ground vibrations
- muscular tongues
- articular processes
- Their ribs
- the vertebrae
- Their skulls
- little keratin
- a few fish-like scales
- certain caecilians
- many mucous glands
- poison glands
- granular gland
- The hearts
- three chambers
- two atria
- one ventricle
- a urinary bladder
- nitrogenous waste products
- Most amphibians
- their eggs
- aquatic larvae