gouy

gouy

[′gō·ē]
(physical chemistry)
An electrokinetic unit equal to the product of the electrokinetic potential and the electric displacement divided by 4π times the polarization of the electrolyte.
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Uzan C, Kane A, Rey A, Gouy S, Duvillard P, Morice P.
Magnetic susceptibilities were measured on a Sherwood Gouy Balance at room temperature calibrated with Hg[Co(SCN)4].
2008) Observing quantum correlation of photons in Laguerre-Gauss modes using the Gouy phase.
Leary A, Pautier P, Tazi Y, Morice P, Duvillard P, Gouy S, et al.
33) Vease GOUY, Peregrinations; PROAL y CHARPENEL, L'Empire; ANTIQ-AUVARO, L'Emigration; y GAMBOA (coord.
Magnetic moments [19] were determined by the Gouy method with mercury tetrathiocyanatocobaltate (II), [HgCo[(NCS).
Omar Bahroozian then went on to outplay his 42-year-old left-handed opponent Gilles De Gouy in straight sets.
This is the so-called Gouy phase shift, playing an important role in several optical phenomena [17].
Morice P, Uzan C, Gouy S, Verschraegen C, Haie-Meder C.