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res·o·nant fre·quen·cy

the frequency at which individual magnetic nuclei absorb or emit radiofrequency energy in magnetic resonance studies.
Synonym(s): resonance (6)

res·o·nant fre·quen·cy

(rez'ŏ-nănt frē'kwĕn-sē)
The frequency at which individual magnetic nuclei absorb or emit radiofrequency energy in magnetic resonance studies.
Synonym(s): resonance (6).

resonant frequency,

n the specific frequency at which an object vibrates.
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The table forms basis for analyzing effects of material properties on resonant frequency and quality factor.
As a result, the inverter tracks the resonant frequency.
Although the locality under investigation is not typical example of geological structure with sedimentary layers above the rocky ground, results of seismic noise measurements document the existence of resonant frequency of upper geological layers in the locality.
Boccia, "Computation of the resonant frequency and quality factor of lossy substrate integrated waveguide resonators by method of moments," Progress In Electromagnetics Research Letters, Vol.
Segmentation of the piezoelectric material on the face of the cantilever is extremely important if the cantilever is going to be used at its second or higher resonant frequency since at the regions of nodes areas of uncertainty appear, where strains of both negative and positive sign appear at the same moment and thus it is important to place the piezoelectric materials of different polarizations so that the maximum of the strains would be harnessed.
It is also more apparent on the bandwidth than on the resonant frequency.
Variation of the resonant frequency as a function of the relative permittivity of the substrate.
r1]), and we can note that the bandwidth and the resonant frequency depend on the slot position.
Each rod is coated with a different chemical - a phenylene dendrimer, a cyclodextrin and sodium cholate - and each changes its rod's resonant frequency in a different way.
It is not a design goal of manufacturers to produce an accelerometer that has a mounted resonant frequency within a certain tolerance.
TABLE 2 shows the first resonant frequency for 5 mil spacing between the planes, and TABLE 3 shows the frequency, where the impedance rises above 0.
The Frequenter [TM] provides airway clearance therapy and promotes bronchial drainage by inducing vibration in the chest walls while useing acoustics to generate frequencies between 20-100Hz, enough to reach a patient's lung resonant frequency.

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