## What is/are Versus Inverse?

Versus Inverse - , central vs peripheral, or antagonist versus inverse agonist) as well as careful selection of patients based on individual risk factors.^{[1]}We then measured behavioural responses to normal versus inversed-order father's song.

^{[2]}However, the relative contributions of two separate emission processes – curvature radiation from millisecond pulsar magnetospheres versus inverse Compton emission from relativistic pairs launched into the globular cluster environment by millisecond pulsars – have long been unclear.

^{[3]}In this paper, we examine 13 refrigerants from the perspective of the characteristic shape of their respective temperature–entropy (T–S) and the logarithm of the pressure versus inverse absolute temperature (log P vs.

^{[4]}By analyzing the Arrhenius plot of the decay time constant versus inverse temperature, trap level depths of 0.

^{[5]}In the Part I of the study, we examined 13 refrigerants from the perspective of the characteristic shape of their respective temperature–entropy (T–S) and the logarithm of the pressure versus inverse absolute temperature (log P vs.

^{[6]}In particular, two relationships have been considered to represent strength variation with respect to length parameters: (i) the strength versus inverse square-root and (ii) inverse length equations.

^{[7]}We demonstrate the impact of various factors: choice of method (structural failure time model versus inverse probability of censoring weighting), model for inverse probability of censoring weighting (pooled logistic regression versus Cox models), time interval (for creating panel data for time-varying confounders and outcome), choice of confounders and (in pooled logistic regression) use of splines to estimate underlying risk.

^{[8]}Incorporation of 2H into the hydrogen transfer that follows the substrate radical rearrangement step in the substrate radical decay reaction sequence leads to an observed 1H/2H isotope effect of approximately 2 that preserves, with high fidelity, the idiosyncratic piecewise pattern of rate constant versus inverse temperature dependence that was previously reported for the 1H-labeled substrate, including a monoexponential regime (T ≥ 220 K) and two distinct biexponential regimes (T = 203-219 K).

^{[9]}Efforts to plot the logarithm of the viscosity versus inverse temperature scaled to the glass transition point (T_g) fail to collapse data to a common, universal curve but instead display an informative pattern: at one extreme, many "strong" oxide glasses exhibit a single Arrhenius dependence, and at the other extreme, many "fragile" molecular liquids display a highly non-Arrhenius pattern in which the viscosity increases far more rapidly just in advance of T_g.

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## Pressure Versus Inverse

In this paper, we examine 13 refrigerants from the perspective of the characteristic shape of their respective temperature–entropy (T–S) and the logarithm of the pressure versus inverse absolute temperature (log P vs.^{[1]}In the Part I of the study, we examined 13 refrigerants from the perspective of the characteristic shape of their respective temperature–entropy (T–S) and the logarithm of the pressure versus inverse absolute temperature (log P vs.

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## Constant Versus Inverse

By analyzing the Arrhenius plot of the decay time constant versus inverse temperature, trap level depths of 0.^{[1]}Incorporation of 2H into the hydrogen transfer that follows the substrate radical rearrangement step in the substrate radical decay reaction sequence leads to an observed 1H/2H isotope effect of approximately 2 that preserves, with high fidelity, the idiosyncratic piecewise pattern of rate constant versus inverse temperature dependence that was previously reported for the 1H-labeled substrate, including a monoexponential regime (T ≥ 220 K) and two distinct biexponential regimes (T = 203-219 K).

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## versus inverse temperature

By analyzing the Arrhenius plot of the decay time constant versus inverse temperature, trap level depths of 0.^{[1]}Incorporation of 2H into the hydrogen transfer that follows the substrate radical rearrangement step in the substrate radical decay reaction sequence leads to an observed 1H/2H isotope effect of approximately 2 that preserves, with high fidelity, the idiosyncratic piecewise pattern of rate constant versus inverse temperature dependence that was previously reported for the 1H-labeled substrate, including a monoexponential regime (T ≥ 220 K) and two distinct biexponential regimes (T = 203-219 K).

^{[2]}Efforts to plot the logarithm of the viscosity versus inverse temperature scaled to the glass transition point (T_g) fail to collapse data to a common, universal curve but instead display an informative pattern: at one extreme, many "strong" oxide glasses exhibit a single Arrhenius dependence, and at the other extreme, many "fragile" molecular liquids display a highly non-Arrhenius pattern in which the viscosity increases far more rapidly just in advance of T_g.

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## versus inverse absolute

In this paper, we examine 13 refrigerants from the perspective of the characteristic shape of their respective temperature–entropy (T–S) and the logarithm of the pressure versus inverse absolute temperature (log P vs.^{[1]}In the Part I of the study, we examined 13 refrigerants from the perspective of the characteristic shape of their respective temperature–entropy (T–S) and the logarithm of the pressure versus inverse absolute temperature (log P vs.

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