asymmetry effect

asymmetry effect

[ā′sim·ə·trē i‚fekt]
(physical chemistry)
The asymmetrical distribution of the ion cloud around an ion that results from the finite relaxation time for the ion cloud when a voltage is applied; leads to a reduction in ion mobility.
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(2017) Study of information asymmetry effect on price synchronism in Tehran Stock exchange.
An asymmetry effect occurs then in polycarbonate, and compressive tests are required to characterize the material behavior.
In the monolayer case [29], the asymmetry effect is more visible when the substrate permittivity [[epsilon].sub.r] = 7 than in the second case [[epsilon].sub.r] = 2.35.
Many-sense Li and their few-sense L2 translations were used in Experiment 2; the usual asymmetry effect should be observed.
According to Bogdan Dobrescu, Adam Martin and Patrick J Fox from Fermilab, this large asymmetry effect can be accounted for by the existence of multiple Higgs bosons,reports The BBC.
The asymmetry effect receives mixed support from our exercises.
If the correlated response criterion is susceptible to inbreeding depression, this effect could be reasonably similar across populations and could be measured as the average asymmetry effect across populations.
Therefore, the quadratic terms [b.sub.ee] and [d.sub.ee] take into account the asymmetry effects when the economy is away from the steady state because of demand shocks.
These important asymmetry effects of inflation shocks have not been documented elsewhere by empirical macro-economists.
Both social constructs are dimin ished when the manager has less information to monitor slack and both provide a noneconomic explanation for potential information asymmetry effects on budgetary slack.
This package has been used to quantify feature roughness and asymmetry effects on overlay pattern evaluation used in the feedback and control of lithography stepper tools.
The findings reported in Table II indicate the presence of information asymmetry effects in the market's reaction to new equity issue announcements.