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Debye

Peter Joseph Wilhelm. 1884--1966, Dutch chemist and physicist, working in the US: Nobel prize for chemistry (1936) for his work on dipole moments
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debye

[də′bī]
(electricity)
A unit of electric dipole moment, equal to 10-18Franklin centimeter.
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Ionic strength (I) of the buffer solution determines an important parameter, the Debye length the length in which mobile charge carriers screen out the external electric field, causing small charge movement (Fig.
Reading this paper, it has to be kept in mind that finally we propose the Debye sphere flattening by the stratification as the origin of the observed phenomenon, where div [??] may mathematically depart from zero.
The Debye length of the colloidal systems ranging from 4.48 to 8.20 nm is plotted in Figure 2(d).
The average particle size has been calculated from X-ray diffraction study using the Debye Scherer formula [29].
The trajectory of the Debye function describes a semicircle on the Cole-Cole diagram given by
Along with the Debye temperature it is used the concept of the Debye frequency ([[omega].sub.D]), momentum ([P.sub.D]), wavelength, or more precisely the Debye wave ([[lambda].sub.D]), as well as the Debye energy.
In GRMDM, [[epsilon].sub.b] and [[epsilon].sub.f] are extensively described by the Debye model.
In order to gain physical insight into the transmission process and overcome the convergence speed problem, the Modified Watson transform with Debye series expansion is applied to the Mie series.
In some studies, least squares fitting technique has been applied to reduce Gabriel's 4-pole Cole-Cole equations to simpler 2-pole Debye equations [13-15].
Debye introduced a generalization of the Clausius-Mossotti equation for the case of polar molecules.
The old GPS 19 approach was a classic T approach, from PODAL to DEBYE, then inbound on final via MOIRE, the FAF.
In 1912, Debye proposed to consider the model of the solid [5], by suggestion that the frequencies of the 3N harmonic independent oscillators are not equal as it was suggested by the Einstein model.