Authors:Juan Jing, Yuting Jia, Tian Feng, Tian Xie, Zhoupeng Li, Yong Hao, and Libin Wang
Guidelines for the Care and Use of Laboratory Animals. The rats were acclimated in the laboratory for 1 week prior to the experiments, housed in separate cages at a temperature of 23 ± 2 °C with a 12 h light–dark cycle and a relativehumidity of 50%, and with
Authors:Tapas Mitra, G. Sailakshmi, A. Gnanamani, and A. B. Mandal
(INSTRON model 1405). Experiments were carried out at constant cross-head speed of 5 mm min −1 with relativehumidity of 65% at 20 °C. Before subjecting the samples to analysis, dumbbell shaped samples of uniform width and thickness were made and analyzed
Male Sprague–Dawley (SD) rats (210–250 g) were supplied by Samtako (Incheon, Korea). Prior to carrying out experiments, the rats were housed at a temperature of 22 ± 2 °C and relativehumidity of 50 ± 10%, under a 12-h light–dark cycle for 7 days, with
Twelve male SD rats (200 ± 20 g), which were 7–8 weeks old, were provided by the Experimental Animal Center of Wenzhou Medical University. Rats were placed at a relativehumidity of 55 ± 10% and a temperature of 22 ± 2 °C. The
Authors:P. Lizák, J. Legerska, J. Militký, and S. C. Mojumdar
environmental conditions combining temperature, relativehumidity, velocity of air flow, and transfer of water in liquid or gaseous phase. The thermal resistance is measured under these conditions: temperature of environment 20 °C, temperature of hot head 35 °C
Authors:Tongsheng Zhang, Qijun Yu, Jiangxiong Wei, and Jianxin Li
] mass ratio of 0.5:1:3. After curing at 20 ± 1 °C and 90% relativehumidity (RH) for 24 h, the specimens were demoulded and cured in lime-saturated water at 20 ± 1 °C, followed by strength tests according to EN 196-1 [ 15 ].
Authors:Jong-Woo Jeong, Yun-Hwan Seol, Hun-Chan Hyun, Hye-Rim Kim, Jong-Hwa Lee, Young-Dae Gong, Nam Sook Kang, and Tae-Sung Koo
relativehumidity of 40–60%. Prior to dosing, animals were fasted for 14 h but were allowed access to water. After dosing, food was provided after a further 4 h. Supinoxin was dissolved in a mixture containing 10% dimethyl sulfoxide, 40% polyethylene glycol
Authors:Christian Siewert, Michael Scott Demyan, and Jiří Kučerík
at a rate of 5 °C per minute. TG data were collected every 4 s. During analyses, the furnace and the sample were purged with the constant air stream of 76% relativehumidity at 25 °C and flow rate of 200 ml min −1 .
To ensure comparable