At the present, the development of life has led animals to have different behaviors in their evolutionary cycle, especially mice. For this reason, when mice are expose to physical agents such as electromagnetic fields, different behaviors can be found within their habitat and diet. Therefore, the analysis based on observation of the behavior of mice exposed to electromagnetic fields of different frequencies have been developed in the city of Potosí, Bolivia, which is located at an altitude of 3950 MASL. The methodology applied is the explanatory and longitudinal research. It is concluded that the influence of electromagnetic fields on the behavior of the mice generates a high stress index, influencing the change in the social behavior of the mice.
Part of the book: Rodents
The behavior of the tri-n-butylphosphate (TBP) for a Liquid–liquid extraction (LLE) system is well known. To establish a new LLE system, the calculation of the equilibrium to establish an extraction system of TBP and inositol hexaphosphate (IP6) needs to be done. First, the change in the activity coefficient of TBP/IP6 related to the activity of water and TBP/IP6 concentration in the H2O–TBP/IP6–dodecane system, then the degradation of nitric acid in the system should be evaluated to assess the equilibrium. The proposed system consists of a solution of 30% of TBP and 10% of IP6 in nitric acid and dodecane. As main results, we discussed the value of the dissociation degree of nitric acid, the molar and volumetric fractions, the molar activity of the organic and aqueous phases and activities coefficients.
Part of the book: Material Flow Analysis