reflection coefficient


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re·flec·tion co·ef·fi·cient (σ),

a measure of the relative permeability of a particular membrane to a particular solute; calculated as the ratio of observed osmotic pressure to that calculated from van't Hoff law; also equal to 1 minus the ratio of the effective pore areas available to solute and to solvent.

re·flec·tion co·ef·fi·cient

(σ) (rĕ-flek'shŭn kō'ĕ-fish'ĕnt)
A measure of the relative permeability of a particular membrane to a particular solute; calculated as the ratio of observed osmotic pressure to that calculated from van't Hoff law.
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Comparison of velocity, density, Acoustic Impedance and Reflection Coefficient estimated from seismic and well log data shows that area is less complex (as compared to collisional belt resulting in folding and faulting) with horizontal reflectors furthermore density and velocity values of Lower Goru Formation indicate saturated rocks.
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The measured and calculated values of the reflection coefficients are matched using the Newton-Raphson algorithm to estimate the true value of permittivity.
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The stability criterion via a reflection coefficient is as follows [13]: a polynomial f(z) has all its roots inside the unit disk if and only if |[k.
This leads to the reflection coefficient of the sample for the same frequency band as the broadband signal.