cohesive energy

cohesive energy

[kō′hē·siv ′en·ər·jē]
(solid-state physics)
The difference between the energy per atom of a system of free atoms at rest far apart from each other, and the energy of the solid.
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By aligning GE's leadership in secure wireless technology and utility software solutions with AT&T's extensive connectivity, we re propelling our shared vision for a more cohesive energy network.
By aligning GE's leadership in secure wireless technology and utility software solutions with AT&T's extensive connectivity, we're propelling our shared vision for a more cohesive energy network.
The agglomeration phenomenon was attributed to high cohesive energy of the acid-treated CNTs.
MUMBAI: India needs a more cohesive energy policy and stringent grid management to avoid a recurrence of the power outages that hit hundreds of millions of people this week, the chief executive of Reliance Infrastructure Ltd.
Flanagan said the intent of the committee was to draft a cohesive energy plan.
The information obtained from solvent swelling can be used to characterize cross-linked structures, to determine solubility parameters (square root of cohesive energy density), molecular weights between cross-links or cross-link densities of fossil fuels with cross-linked macromolecular structures.
They carefully explain methods of measuring properties of nanostructures, including spectroscopy, properties of individual nanoparticles, the chemistry of nanostructures, characteristics of polymer and biological nanostructures, cohesive energy, vibration and electronic properties, quantum wells (as well as wires and dots), carbon nanostructures, bulk nanostructured materials, mechanical properties, magnetism, nanoelectronics, spintronics, molecular electronics and photonics.
The extent of equilibrium swell of a rubber in a certain solvent depends on the difference in the cohesive energy densities of the rubber and the solvent (ref.
develop a cohesive energy strategy to deal with the complex issues arising from deregulation, more and more Americans are going to find themselves reaching for transistor radios, flashlights and candles.
If supervision is the linking element within the system, interdependence is the cohesive energy.
With just a few hundred or a few thousand atoms per particle, the lower number of atoms overall translate into lower cohesive energy for the particles, says Alivisatos.
The work NIST is doing creates a roadmap to a cohesive energy future that enables entrepreneurial development based on the International Electrotechnical Commission's (IEC) Common Information Model," said Wayne Longcore, SGIP Governing Board Member and director of Enterprise Architecture and Standards and Chief Architect for Consumers Energy, a major Michigan utility.