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### PoreShapeFactorDistItlVW

Course: ABG 110, Fall 2009
School: Allan Hancock College
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title @ &quot;Pore Shape Factor Distribution&quot; @ subtitle &quot;Normalised - Volume Weighted - Mean: 0.0396055 StDev: 0.00724783&quot; @ xaxis label &quot;Pore Shape Factor&quot; @ yaxis label &quot;relative frequency&quot; # Mean 0.0396055 # StDev 0.00724783 0.0275 0.0982503 0.0285 0.0108517 0.0295 0.0062149 0.0305 0.0209305 0.0315 0 0.0325 0.0479688 0.0335 0.0312978...

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title @ "Pore Shape Factor Distribution" @ subtitle "Normalised - Volume Weighted - Mean: 0.0396055 StDev: 0.00724783" @ xaxis label "Pore Shape Factor" @ yaxis label "relative frequency" # Mean 0.0396055 # StDev 0.00724783 0.0275 0.0982503 0.0285 0.0108517 0.0295 0.0062149 0.0305 0.0209305 0.0315 0 0.0325 0.0479688 0.0335 0.0312978 0.0345 0.000995249 0.0355 0.0417038 0.0365 0.0777799 0.0375 0.0690042 0.0385 0.0659511 0.0395 0.0694151 0.0405 0.0685384 0.0415 0.0543169 0.0425 0.0738346 0.0435 0.0340356 0.0445 0.0296443 0.0455 0.025932 0.0465 0.0234829 0.0475 0.0253397 0.0495 0.031143 0.0485 0.0123736 0.0505 0.0192637 0.0515 0.0117713 0.0525 0.00815053 0.0535 0.00734326 0.0545 0.00712501 0.0555 0.00592141 0.0565 0.00609686 0.0575 0.00199102 0.0585 0.00311279 0.0595 0.00245514 0.0605 0.00123423 0.0615 0.00220332 0.0625 0.00106683 0.0635 0.00039215 0.0645 0.000495272 0.0655 0.000609519 0.0665 0.00...

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@ title &quot;Pore Tortuosity Distribution&quot;@ subtitle &quot;Normalised - Volume Weighted - Mean: 2.55099 StDev: 1.06123&quot;@ xaxis label &quot;Pore Tortuosity&quot; @ yaxis label &quot;relative frequency&quot;# Mean 2.55099# StDev 1.061230.1785 0.0001680670.1795 00.1805
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