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mobility

[mō′bil·əd·ē]
(engineering)
The ability of an analytical balance to react to small load changes; affected by friction and degree of looseness in the balance components.
(fluid mechanics)
The reciprocal of the plastic viscosity of a Bingham plastic.
(physics)
Freedom of particles to move, either in random motion or under the influence of fields or forces.
(solid-state physics)

mobility

see SOCIAL MOBILITY, OCCUPATIONAL MOBILITY.

mobility

(1) An umbrella term for portable devices. See mobile device.

(2) The movement of packets in a network. See traffic engineering.
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