Hooke's law

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(physics) the principle that (within the elastic limit) the stress applied to a solid is proportional to the strain produced

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1] of PA9-T was also calculated by the Treloar's method using the relevant bond length, bond angles, and force constants (listed in the appendix) [22, 23].
This therefore produces a higher force constant value than if the DNA is stretched slowly.
The defect dependence of the Curie temperature in ferroelectric crystals is discussed by some workers [3] considering the change in mass and harmonic force constants between the impurity atoms and the host lattice atoms.
therefore, the force constant for the dimer corresponds to a very small 0.
F] is the force constant dependent on the useful area and the position of cylinder, and [p.
The contact force varies proportionally with deflection according to the spring's force constant, and can provide less than desirable results, proving very difficult to program.
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In today's payment world, pressure from regulatory and legislative angles, from advancing technology, and of course from customers force constant changes to the technology infrastructure for payments processing.
7 ps both followed by the GO with the same force constant further lowers the angle and torsional interaction energy (items 5 and 6, conformers (3b) and (3c)).
56) modeled the viscous and elastic components of a macromolecule by simplifying the structure to a series of segments that behave its Hookian springs where the force constant is based on Brownian motion and is proportional to the temperature of the system.