From the equations in the attached file develop an expression to help answer the following:

Under the conditions of Fsed=Ffriction and given (1-pv) and w are constant, what physical properties of a particle would influence the sedimentation velocity of that particle moving through a sample cell under the influence of the above centrifugation forces?

Give examples of changes in these physical properties and how these changes affect the sedimentation velocity v of the particle as well as the s value (sedimentation coefficient).

I will represent omega with "w." Capital V will be used to represent Vp, p is used as the Greek letter rho, which looks like a p.
Since the Fsed and Ffriction are equal, we can set equal the components of those equations
mw^2r-Vpw^2r = vf
A few different properties immediately present themselves as important. The mass of the sample m and the length of the rotor radius can be varied to achieve different effects. In ...

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In this solution we consider the svedberg equation for determining the sedimentation velocity given a certain angular momentum. See the questions for more details

A town in Virginia has a population of 50,000 people. The average flow for each person is 100 gpd. If the design were to use a detention time of 6 hours, and a recirculation rate of 0.5, WAS concentration of 9,000 mg/l, an F/M Ratio of 0.4, and a reactor loading rate of 30 lbs of BOD / 1000 cu.ft. Assume the BOD concentration

A situation with an industrial input of arsenic directly into the lake at 10kg/Day. The lake volume is 1.2 x 10^8 m^3, and the average depth is 10m. The river velocities are measured as 100 L/min at both the inflow and outflow points. Water samples taken from the rivers show incoming arsenic is 0.02mg/L and the outgoing arseni

Stokes' Law describing partial sedimentation is given by:
Rate = [(gd^2)(Δρ)]/18η
where g = 9.81 m s^-2 is gravitational acceleration. Δρ is the density difference between particles and the air, air viscosity of η = 1.67E-4 g cm^-1 s^-1 and d is the particle diameter in centimeters.
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I have this differential equation.
y' = x^2*cos^2(y).
I don't know if it's a separable differential equation or a first order differential equation. Please show me the steps in how to solve it.
Thank you.

See the attached file.
1. What is the purpose of the ESR assay?
2. State the normal range for ESR in (state reporting units)
Men? Women?
3. State the specimen requirement for ESR and time limits for performing the test.
4. What is the required time for performing a sed rate or ESR?
5. List the 4 sources of technical errors

The BSM equation for a derivative F on a stock paying no dividends is:
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If you were to transform this PDE with the substitution S = Ke^x, where x is a variable and K a constant, what would be the resulting equation?