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Pa·schen

(pah'shen),
Enrique, German pathologist, 1860-1936. See: Paschen bodies.
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The Paschen series of hydrogen line in the spectrum of the solar chromosphere.
La curva de Paschen esta dada por la siguiente ecuacion [9]:
Edited by Elise Paschen and Rebekah Presson Mosby; Dominique Raccah, series editor.
Specific films are the subjects of poems by Amy Clampitt ("The Godfather"), Jane Cooper ("King Kong"), William Matthews ("Throne of Blood"), Elise Paschen ("Raise the Red Lantern"), David Ray ("Gorillas in the Mist"), and Richard Wilbur ("The Prisoner of Zenda").
According to Deryagin and Krotova, the high peel energies were due to dissipation of electrical charges and by comparing the system to a capacitor, the work of adhesion corresponded to the energy necessary to separate the two charged plates as predicted by the Paschen gas discharge curve.
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At a ceremony on the South Lawn of the White House, President Clinton complimented her daughter's poetry (Tallchief's daughter, Elise Paschen, is executive director of the Poetry Society of America), and promised to give his daughter Chelsea a piece of foam rubber that Tallchief had brought to make Chelsea's toe shoes more comfortable.
This week the organization announced the appointments of Yolanda Benitez, Gary Farr, Joseph Priske and June Paschen to six-year terms on the 23-member board.
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