core electron

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core electron

[′kȯr i‚lek‚trän]
(atomic physics)
An electron in a filled shell of an atom.
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We will first concentrate on liquid water to study its electronic dynamics following outer-valence ionization, The formation pathway of the solvated electron and the time scales and intermolecular coulombic decay following inner-valence or core-level ionization.
Leverages core-level performance indices for energy-efficient programming
We have actually had core-level operations in Regional Command South, planned and executed by the Afghans alone.
This time-saving advantage occurs because cores A, B, and C were created through a flow that generates both LBIST patterns and ATPG patterns at core-level boundaries.
Tapping the simulacral vein of Duchamp's Etant donnes or theatricalized configurations by artists like Marc Camille Chaimowicz, Guy de Cointet, and William Leavitt, Farmer exquisitely realizes an elevated mode of rapturous reception both estranged from and magnetically attracted to the installation's concealed and unpredictable internal order, wherein everything seemingly unconnected is, in fact, recognized to be intimately in sync and fundamentally unified at an unseen core-level.
But thanks to the N1s core-level spectra, the presence of PANi can be ensured.
This is usually not a problem, as core-level parallelism is essentially what is being exploited on clusters.
Phoenix leveraged that core-level experience to develop Core System Software, which moves beyond BIOS for the age of networked devices.
has partnered with Power-Glide International, creator of foreign language courses, to expand Apex's current offering of 10 advanced placement courses to include six new core-level curriculum for grades 9-12.
Weaver was a pioneer in the development of high resolution core-level photoemission as a means of identifying chemical bonding configurations at evolving interfaces.
1 eV, and CSRF workers have obtained amongst the narrowest core-level linewidths on surfaces, and the narrowest core-level linewidths on gas phase molecules.
A SCSI Express bus adaptor layer enables the SCSI Express host software BFM to hook up to any bus interface such as PCIe and AMBA AXI and enables running the SCSI Express host software BFM with or without the PCIe root complex and endpoint IP stacks yielding faster simulation performance for large data movement in both SCSI Express core-level and SOC-level verification environments.