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FOM

Abbreviation for:
Faculty of Occupational Medicine (of the Royal College of Physicians) 
field of measurement
floor of mouth

FOM

Abbrev. for Faculty of Occupational Medicine.
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Thermoelectric figure of merit of a one-dimensional conductor.
Given the consistent S/N measurements observed in the Cy3 block over the course of the study, this figure of merit holds promise for the ability to track scanner performance over time independent of the dye performance.
where [gamma] is the figure of merit and all other terms have been previously defined.
suggest that putting several quantum wells together in a practical device may not yield a greatly improved figure of merit.
In choosing a figure of merit, we may classify the objectives of the system and the criteria for measuring the degree of achieving them according to hierarchy, focus, and aggregation method.
Davis asserts that the figure of merit is the cost to the individual user.
The IRF6631 Control FET features a gate charge of 12 nC and is said to provide a 16 percent reduction in figure of merit of on resistance-gate charge (99.
The third characteristic parameter is the figure of merit Q which is given by
Q is a system-quality-factor term combining the EIRP with the receiver figure of merit.
Figure 5 shows the delay as a function of frequency for each of those conditions, while Figure 6 shows a figure of merit plot for delay lines.
The real figure of merit for a device is its threshold current without reflection coatings.