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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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The buffer rod is used for determination of the reference signal, as well as a material with known properties for determination of the reflection and transmission coefficients between the buffer rod and adhesive under investigation.
where [S.sub.11] and [S.sub.21] are the reflection and transmission coefficients which are collected by simulating the metamaterial unit cell.
It was seen that the reflection and transmission coefficients were treated smoothly and without any fluctuation.
In fact, with the simulation using Ansoft HFSS we have obtained the transmission coefficients at x-polarized incidence at the same time, and concluded that the polarizer has no asymmetric transmission effect, and its reflection and transmission coefficients at the x- and y-polarized incidences are completely equal.
This solution is utilized to determine the first order reflection and transmission coefficients which are obtained in terms of integrals involving the shape function of the undulating bottom.
The reflection and transmission coefficients (symbolically, [K.sub.R] and [K.sub.T]) can be written as
For example, in that work, a deep derivation of the expressions for the reflection and transmission coefficients has not been presented.
We prove three theorems for the reflection and transmission coefficients of incident plane waves onto Figure 1.
Electromagnetic properties of a medium in layered or single layer configuration is best-understood with the calculation of Fresnel reflection and transmission coefficients for the structure under consideration.
Figure 2 shows the reflection and transmission coefficients of the FSS cell with different K.
The reflection and transmission coefficients, R and T, are respectively defined as:
Microwave and mm-wave solid-state devices are characterized by measuring the frequency dependence of their scattering parameters, the reflection and transmission coefficients for electrical signals incident on their ports.