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distribution law

[‚dis·trə′byü·shən ‚lȯ]
(analytical chemistry)
The law stating that if a substance is dissolved in two immiscible liquids, the ratio of its concentration in each is constant.
(statistical mechanics)
A law which gives a density function specifying the probability of finding a particle in a unit volume of phase space, or the number of particles in each of the states which a particle may occupy, or the number of particles per unit volume of phase space.
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In case of the VISUM software, the Kirchhoff distribution law is described as follows:
Figure 6 is created for 1 s increments and it shows the frequency distribution law F ([DELTA]G) practically equal to the exponential one (dashed lines).
However, due to the use of Newton's notion of state Einstein was able to derive Planck's distribution law by means of "classical" arguments.
We completely agree with this, but it would be easy to substitute other more satisfying distribution laws for the simple law of Pareto, for example the law of Mr Gibrat based on the general principle called 'the Law of Proportional Effect'.
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Analysis of the noise implementations' statistical characteristics carried out in Scilab environment, showed a good agreement between the obtained distribution law and the uniform distribution law.
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