decay time


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decay time

[di′kā ‚tīm]
(physics)
The time taken by a quantity to decay to a stated fraction of its initial value; the fraction is commonly 1/ e. Also known as storage time (deprecated).
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Surface charge decay of various PET/PEEA blends Decay time (s) Recipe 0 1 3 10 30 60 Half dissipation time (s) PET 2400 2385 2370 2350 2300 2250 >120 PET/10% PEEA 2412 2364 2256 1968 1596 1300 82 PET/25% PEEA 2140 1971 1662 1170 699 452 13.
This grade, which has a static decay time of less than 0.
01 sec (from 5000 v), which approaches the decay time of carbon-filled materials.
The time for the stress to relax or decay to a specified percentage of the original stress (final Mooney) is determined as the decay time.
Walraven's group finds that when the orifice sits far from the mirror's center, the reservoir's decay time is only slightly longer than that expected in the absence of a mirror.
The ultimate goal is a material with better resolution, faster decay time, better resistance to environment and radiation, while maintaining reasonable light yield and cost.
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According to Ticona, Celcon CF802 has a static decay time of less than 0.