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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It allows for core-level diagnosis, which significantly accelerates the process.
The KF model identifies the primary process as core-level excitation, followed by Auger decay(s).
The core-level C 1s X-ray photoelectron microscopy (XPS) and ultraviolet photoemission spectroscopy (UPS) measurements of the FLG and MWCNT were performed on the monochromatic Al [K.sub.[alpha]] = 1486.6 eV excitation energy and a He lamp (He-II) with 40.8 eV excitation energy, respectively, using the KRATOS-AXIS SUPRA X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS) equipment at UNISA (Florida Science Campus), South Africa.
Leverages core-level performance indices for energy-efficient programming
The core-level signals were achieved at the electron takeoff angle of 90[degrees] relative to the sample plane.
In Figure 3(c), the C1s core-level spectrum of [Fe.sub.3][O.sub.4]@Si[O.sub.2]-CAAQ can be curve-fitted into three peak components with binding energies at about 288.2, 285.5, and 284.4 eV, attributable to the N-C=O, C-N, and C-H species, respectively.
"We have actually had core-level operations in Regional Command South, planned and executed by the Afghans alone.
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.