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Otto L.B., German physician, 1811-1854. See: Kohlrausch muscle, Kohlrausch folds.
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KOHLRAUSCH, Anne Katherine, Literarische Selbstverortung als historische Handlung: The Travels of Dean Mahomet / Literary, Self-Positioning as an Historical Act: The Travels of Dean Mahomet, Lang (Frankfurt am Main), 110.
The theoretical aspects of this electrokinetic phenomenon (electroosmosis by Reuss) were formulated in 1897 by Kohlrausch [2].
Probably the most constructive criticism came from the Hannover physician, Otto Kohlrausch (1811-1854).
where [empty set](t) is the time evolution of the electric field within the sample, and [beta] is Kohlrausch exponent.
Maxwell succeeded in calculating from the measurements of Weber and Kohlrausch the velocity with which electromagnetic oscillations in vacuum would propagate, if one assumes the existence of that weightless medium which Faraday came to consider as the carrier of the electromagnetic actions.
The prediction is worsened for compliance if the reference curve is modeled using the three parameter Kohlrausch function (commonly used in aging studies); it will be shown that this function is not a valid viscoelastic material function at long times, often leading to physically unrealistic results when predicting the entire data set.
The first is the Kohlrausch compliance function, which is given by
0], [Tau], [Beta] in the case of a Kohlrausch reference curve; [S.
This results in a Kohlrausch compliance curve and a shift rate, the determination of which was performed using the PHYAGE data reduction code (5) with horizontal shifting only.
the shift rate difference in the CTD-K case is driven by the fact that the Kohlrausch compliance function itself has validity problems during the time frame of the experimental test (see below): the high shift rate value is a result of coping with this difficulty (7).
But the chief reason for this significant error is the choice of employing a Kohlrausch compliance function as the reference curve.
m] proposed by Kohlrausch (6) and extensively used by Struik and others (5, 7).