electrical conductance

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electrical conductance

[ə′lek·trə·kəl kən′dək·təns]
(electricity)
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s,],, once a specific PM sensor electric conductance heralds the end of the cycle and triggers regeneration, since a specific sensing element soot mass, [m.
Pre-conditions the sensor electric conductance signal by removing blow-off events and large particle strikes corrupting the ability of reliable signal interpretation.
All specimens were prepared for electric conductance in high vacuum sputter coating machine (MED 010, blazers Union Liechtenstien) and anlysed under SEM (JSM- 6490A, Jeol,Japan).
p] depends on electric conductance of liquids used for canal processing and may vary by the order of six.
The following liquids were used to fill canals in the experimental investigation: distilled water (specific electric conductance [sigma] = 5x[10.
Experimental investigation in vitro showed that Apex locator with three measurement intervals allows reliably and exactly to find apical constriction point using instruments of different diameter and solutions which electric conductance that may vary in a wide range.
The objective of this proposal is to study how the electric conductance through single molecules and nanoparticles can be used to probe their magnetic properties and how external stimuli can control them.
The notions of self and mutual electric conductance and the self and the mutual capacitance are formulated for the magnetic contours.
For example, a parameter mutual electric conductance [G.
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