branching ratio


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branching ratio

[′branch·iŋ ′rā·shō]
(nuclear physics)
The ratio of the number of parent atoms or particles decaying by one mode to the number decaying by another mode; the ratio of two specified branching fractions.
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This project aims to observe physics beyond the SM in the Higgs boson sector through the search for Higgs boson, h pairs in the hh- b bbar channel, which benefits from the large h- b bbar branching ratio, efficient diphoton trigger, low backgrounds and excellent diphoton invariant mass resolution.
So water discharge variables (D), main stream length (L), basin circumference (C), area (A), drainage density, rate 3 branching ratio (Rb3), Horton shape factor (RF), basin mean slope (I), waterways density (DS), height difference of the basin (DH) in 99% of certainty level and two parameters of waterway mean decrease factor (rate 2 and 3) in 95% of certainty level have meaningful connection with dependent variable (deposit discharge) [Table no.
The branching ratio is determined by the interactions of two potential energy curves, each one leading to a different fragment state.
To determine the upper limit of linearity and limit of quantification for the assay, we used the following criteria: imprecision (CV) <20%; a branching ratio of the mass transitions within 30% of the value set by the calibration; and measured values within 30% of the expected values.
In both models, the coefficient on the branching ratio indicates that bank failure rates were lower where branching was more prevalent, though only in model 6 is the coefficient statistically significant.
By that I will be able modify the branching ratio for various processes in such molecules phosphorescence quantum yield or chemical reactions evolving through the triplet state.
To determine the upper limit of linearity, we used the criteria of maintaining accuracy within 15%, imprecision (CV) <20%, and a branching ratio of the mass transitions within 30% of the value set by the calibration.
1, and for the total branching ratio, which depends on the range chosen for [omega], we find,
4 [micro]mol/L and SA at 6 [micro]mol/L was used to set a threshold for the branching ratio for the positive samples.
The branching ratio for this process has been explicitly evaluated by Gaponov and Khafizov [6], who derive a differential cross-section for the radiative decay branch of the form
Gaponov and Khafizov calculated the photon energy spectrum and branching ratio within a quantum electrodynamics framework [2], while Bernard et al.