decay time


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decay time

the period required for a wavelength to go from peak amplitude to 0 volt (V).
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AqE] is its decrease in the decay time of CS, thereby accelerating myocyte relaxation (Fig.
About 5 and 10% addition of E/MAA gave 133 V, 89 V of the surface charge at 10 s of decay time whereas the binary blend of PET/25%PEEA gave 1170 V at 10 s of decay time.
The SBR 1713 runs, however, were fairly consistent showing little variation in Mooney, Delta Mooney, MSR decay time and BIT.
The DPA signal is corrected for the contributing N-phe signal by use of the known decay time constant of N-phe.
At elevated temperature the decay time of the SH intensity in the present polymer blends became too short for the kinetics measurements.
Also the time for the stress to decay or relax to a specified percentage of the original stress (final Mooney) is determined as the decay time (t-X%).
Woosley is taking the coincidence between the decay time of the supernova's brightness and the decay time of cobalt-56 as possible evidence that the supernova has entered the stage where such decay dominates its energy balance.
Zecotek's new LFS-3 plates were originally tested for use in CERN's high energy experiments because of their density of material, stopping power, fast decay time, very good energy resolution, unique radiation hardness, and competitive effective price.
At the same time, Noveon says the carbon-filled core maintains the volume resistivity quick static decay time and EMI shielding of traditional carbon sheet.
Furthermore, the decay time of the inductive voltage signal after ending the current ramp is longer near the onset of the resistive transition.
The decay time of the energy transfer-excited rhodamine emission is directly related to the decay time of the donor chelate and inversely related to the energy transfer efficiency.
The internal stresses in polymer coatings of a multilayer structure have been estimated from the decay time of fluorescence from poly(3-octyl-thiophene) P30T dispersed in the coatings.