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  • noun

Synonyms for coulomb

a unit of electrical charge equal to the amount of charge transferred by a current of 1 ampere in 1 second

French physicist famous for his discoveries in the field of electricity and magnetism

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These seven MECNs were used for the study of their electrodeposition characteristics, such as electrodeposition yield (ED yield), coulombic yield (CY), dry film thickness (DFT), and properties of their deposited films.
tot] is the sum of three components: the ionic potential which reflects the energy from the core electrons, the Hartree potential which reflects electron-electron Coulombic energies, and the Exchange-Correlation potential which arises from the one-electron approximation:
Coulombic interactions are the dominant force between the ions, including dipole, hydrogen-bonding and dispersive forces are also important to the interactions between constituents in the ILs (Tokuda et al.
This could be attributed to an increase in coulombic forces that prevented a fast desorption.
1 Planck scale Coulombic energy and the unified force
For acetate and glucose the total coulombic conversion efficiencies were 75 [+ or -] and 59 [+ or -] 4%, respectively, at loading rates of 1.
A brightener is classified as a nitrogen or sulfur containing compound, that by coulombic attraction, forms a layer on the copper (Cu) surface where it enters, together with chloride ion ([Cl.
4] is also a correlated electron system, where the electrons are localized at the atomic sites and lose their mobility due to the strong Coulombic repulsion.
Coulombic forces act on the resulting conductivity gradient driving the fluid from low to high areas of conductivity (low to high temperature areas) (Ramos et al.
When an electric field is applied parallel to the wall, Coulombic force is exerted on the mobile ions in the Gouy-Chapman layer and the electromigration of these ions drags the bulk fluid through viscous interaction.
In contrast, when we used PAMAM dendrimers with negatively charged carboxyl groups at the outer sphere, we could not detect any negatively charged oligonucleotides after the slides were washed, indicating coulombic repulsion.
The first term is a nuclear (Yukawa type) attractive potential and the second is the standard Coulombic repulsive term between the mother nucleus and the daughter alpha particle.
Noting interaction at the Fermi surface, the background idea canvassed is the establishment of an equilibrium involving the omnipresent Coulombic forces between orbiting electrons and nucleons.
At this intensity, the electric field of alaser pulse that is shined on an atom is strong enough to compete for electrons with the nucleus's electric attraction, called the coulombic field.