conversion coefficient

conversion coefficient

[kən′vər·zhən ‚kō·i′fish·ənt]
Also known as conversion fraction; internal conversion coefficient.
(nuclear physics)
The ratio of the number of conversion electrons emitted per unit time to the number of photons emitted per unit time in the de-excitation of a nucleus between two given states.
In older literature, the ratio of the number of conversion electrons emitted per unit time to the number of conversion electrons plus the number of photons emitted per unit time in the de-excitation of a nucleus between two given states.
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Thus, in current study we try to use complementary vitamins and investigate that using these vitamins can lead to increase performance of broiler and improve growth and conversion coefficient or vice versa is true.
Conversion coefficient is calculated as the amount of food consumed per day on weight gain.
The calculated effective doses were all done using the 1-3 age group conversion coefficient of 0.
We believe, however, that this difference is more a reflection of the higher conversion coefficients used to calculate ED in this age group.
determining the conversion coefficient in this situation and providing a valuation is therefore fraught with difficulty.
The elevation of cancer risk of carcinogens in UFP form is reflected in the conversion coefficient.
The conversion coefficient for ELCR assessment of UFPs was determined from the data of heavy-duty diesel vehicle studies.
r - revised datap - provisional datas - Source: National Institute of Statistics (NIS); imports FOB are calculated based on CIF/FOB conversion coefficient of 1.
Reduction of telecommunication companies is likely related to the mass media messages on the possible suspension of reorganization of Svyazinvest and the potential revision of the conversion coefficient of IRC shares into the shares of Rostelecom.
Equivalence volume of services offered and sanitation default tariff coaches / railcar, use the following conversion coefficients from standard car:
lower than the price used for conversion coefficients calculation by appraiser: delisting of Ufaneftekhim and