- n a graded change in the magnitude of some physical quantity or dimension
- n the property possessed by a line or surface that departs from the horizontal
a five-degree gradient
- But consider also that a "social gradient of health" exists even among the rich: the outlandishly wealthy live healthier and longer than the rich, who live better than the merely .
- To begin with, the difference between comic book subgenres has long been smeared into a smooth gradient.
- I started in chemistry and then proceeded up the gender gradient to physics, finally achieving in Classical Mechanics the exalted status of only girl in the class.
News & Articles
- Scaling Volume To Column Volume: A Case Study
In order to maintain the same elution pattern when scaling a separation between columns of the same phase but different inner diameters, gradient volume must be scaled in proportion to column volume.
June 14, 2013 - BioresearchOnline
- Hate the neon design of iOS 7? Check out the ‘Jony Ive Redesigns Things’ Tumblr
Apple's iOS 7 design showcases a lot of brightly colored gradient features, giving way for a new Tumblr account poking fun at designer Jony Ive's vision. User-submitted photos show takes on the aesthetic on a number of Apple and non-Apple items.
June 12, 2013 - Digital Trends
- Michael Rogers in Sydney Morning Herald
Rogers said the course was testing: "The downhill is very open with a lot of headwind and it's not a gradient you can roll down : There's no rest, not an inch of rest on the whole circuit."
- Nick Greisen in ITV.com
Interlagos is a really fun track to drive as it has a bit of everything - gradient changes, a complete mix of corners and it runs in an anti-clockwise direction which presents a different challenge for the drivers,said Rosberg. "We had a...
- David Jablonski in Environment News Service
But now that we have a handle on the dynamics that set up this spectacular planet-sized gradient, we can begin to get at the underlying processes in a whole new way,Jablonski said.