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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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The simple electron fraction model assumes that all protons (whose Coulombic field is the contributing factor for elastic scattering) are of equal influence.
"If an electron's behavior is controlled by the laser field rather than the coulombic attraction of the nucleus, that's altogether a new regime.
Moreover, the initial Coulombic efficiency (CE) is only 72.56% at a current density of 100 mA[g.sup.-1].
It can be seen from the first and second cycles that the HPT-processed [Fe.sub.3][O.sub.4]/GNS composite electrode shows a high initial discharge capacity, charge capacities of 926 mA hx[g.sup.-1] and 1241 mA hx[g.sup.-1], respectively, with a Coulombic efficiency of 75%.
The maximum coulombic efficiency is up to 94%, and energy efficiency is 82% for the NM-1H modified membrane.
The composite obtained by grinding Si, [H.sub.2]O, and Cu demonstrated a 1st coulombic efficiency of 94.1% (Figure 10, red), whereas a 1st coulombic efficiency of 82.9% was observed when the anode only contained Si particles (Figure 10, blue).
Lithium ion battery assembled with this new material shows high capacity (>1800 mAh/g), long cydability and high coulombic efficiency, which are superior to the current commercial Si materials.
Importantly, there were no negative impacts on other cell metrics including first cycle capacity, coulombic efficiency, rate performance and importantly, cycle life.
When secondary interactions--such as coulombic interactions by acidic silanols or metal impurities in the stationary phase--exist to a large extent, peak shapes of proteins will be deteriorated because of their slow kinetics.
Above these three layers, there is an electric double layer which has a coulombic interaction that charges the nanoparticle positively or negatively.
An interaction between salt and plasticizer leads to reduction in the coulombic interaction between the cation and anion of salt thus dissociating the salt to produce more mobile ions.
In this case, the tungsten 5d valence electrons have no part of their wave function near the tungsten atoms and the remaining electrons in the tungsten atom experience a stronger coulombic interaction with the nucleus than in the case of a tungsten atom in a metal, in which the screening of the nucleus has a component due to the 5d valence electrons.
Coulombic forces were restricted using the switching function from 10 [angstrom] to a cutoff at 12 [angstrom].