dispersive


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Synonyms for dispersive

spreading by diffusion

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60 are coefficients relating the dispersive power (inverse of the flocculative power) and flocculative power (Rengasamy and Sumner 1998) of K and Mg, respectively, to Na and Ca, respectively.
Dispersive Technologies Incorporated, a company that delivers software-defined solutions that virtualise routing and data storage for IP-based networks, and the California Independent System Operator Corporation, has launched Dispersive Virtualized Networks (Dispersive VNs) as an alternative for securing telemetry throughout the ISO's service area.
Dispersive Technologies delivers software-defined solutions that virtualize routing and data storage for IP-based networks.
lead) while the barrier and wiping lands were held constant with the intention of maintaining the dispersive mixing and the channel leakage.
Considering these premises and the requirement to model a more general permittivity function, in this paper we illustrate a more accurate study of the time-domain electromagnetic field propagation in arbitrary dispersive media.
In this study, it was aimed to investigate the dispersive surface energy and acid-base properties of protonated and deprotonated forms of a sulfonated derivative of PANI, namely, polyfsulfonic acid diphenyl aniline) (PSDA).
The measurement platform of Zetium holds both wavelength dispersive (WD) and energy dispersive (ED) cores for the first time in one instrument.
The measurement platform holds both wavelength dispersive (WD) and energy dispersive (ED) cores integrated by SumXcore technology in one instrument.
Rigorous application of SBC has allowed a development team including Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, Lockheed Martin Laser and Sensor Systems and Advanced Thin Films to develop the EXtreme-power, Ultra-low-loss, Dispersive Element (EXUDE) optical element, the first-ever electrically efficient, near-diffraction-limited 30-kW beam combined laser.
The FDTD method [18-20] as a powerful and robust tool has been applied in solving various EM problems, including those concerned with frequency dispersive and non-dispersive materials due to its simplicity and accuracy.
The P 55” display is integrated with Dispersive Signal Technology (DST).
Invariant manifolds and dispersive Hamiltonian evolution equations.
The ASTM International Proficiency Testing Program has announced a new Proficiency Testing Program: "Elemental Analyses of Thermoplastics by Wavelength Dispersive X-ray Fluorescence Spectrometry Utilizing Compression Molded Specimens.
The current passes through the patient's body tissues and then returns back to the diathermy machine via a dispersive electrode or patient return pad.