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Atmospheres and spectra of strongly magnetized neutron stars — II. The effect of vacuum polarization

Atomic data and electron-impact broadening effect in DO white dwarf atmospheres: Si vi

The effect on turkey meat shelf life of modified-atmosphere packaging with an argon mixture

Effect of selected modified atmosphere packaging on Campylobacter survival in raw poultry 1

A theoretical study of the effect of geomagnetic fluctuations and solar tides on the propagation of infrasonic waves in the upper atmosphere

Effect of Commercial Rosemary Oleoresin Preparations on Ground Chicken Thigh Meat Quality Packaged in a High-Oxygen Atmosphere1

Soil H2 18O labelling reveals the effect of drought on C18OO fluxes to the atmosphere

Gas mixtures approach to improve turkey meat shelf life under modified atmosphere packaging: The effect of carbon monoxide

Effect of the incubation atmosphere on the susceptibilities of Haemophilus influenzae isolates to macrolides and amoxycillin as determined by the Etest

Effect of the Polarization of Photon Splitting on the Cyclotron Lines in Large-Scale Atmospheres with Super-Strong Magnetic Fields

Effect of high-oxygen and oxygen-free modified atmosphere packaging on the spoilage process of poultry breast fillets

The effect of Lyman α radiation on mini-Neptune atmospheres around M stars: application to GJ 436b

Effect of Low-Oxygen Conditions Created by Modified Atmosphere Packaging on Radiation Tolerance in Drosophila suzukii (Diptera: Drosophilidae) in Sweet Cherries

The asteroseismic surface effect from a grid of 3D convection simulations – I. Frequency shifts from convective expansion of stellar atmospheres

 

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In person perception, the tendency for one characteristic of a person to influence the way the person's other characteristics are perceived by others. See halo effect, trait centrality.

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