Mathematical equation, expression, or formula that is to be displayed inline. The mathematics itself can be expressed as ASCII characters, as a graphic, or as MathML mathematics expressions.
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... <p>... (e) For any neighboring cells, <italic>j</italic> and <italic>k</italic>, <inline-formula>σ<sub>je</sub>=σ<sub>ke</sub> </inline-formula>, <inline-formula>σ<sub>ji</sub>=σ<sub>ki</sub> </inline-formula> and <inline-formula>φ<sub>je</sub>=φ<sub>ke</sub> </inline-formula>, φ<sub>e</sub> is the potential in intercellular space. For convenience, we present the algorithm for the 2-D model here; the 3-D case is similar ...</p> ...