crystal unit

crystal unit

[¦krist·əl ¦yü·nət]
(electronics)
A complete assembly of one or more quartz plates in a crystal holder.
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Recent studies based on density functional theory calculations showed that the yield stress can be significantly reduced if a crystal unit cell elastically deforms in an inhomogeneous manner.
According to the above crystal structure, a crystal unit was selected as the initial structure, while B3LYP/6-31G (d,p) methods in Gaussian 03 package[25] were used to optimize the structure of the title compound.
Kyocera announced that it has developed what it calls the world's smallest crystal unit for smartphones, wearables, and other electronic devices.
Most of the techniques used to identify the crystal unit cell and characterize its three-dimensional periodicity are based on the elastic scattering of radiation from the material, and tuning the wavelength of the scattered radiation allows the periodic order to be probed in subtly different ways and over a range of length scales.
Figure 2 presents the cross-section diffraction intensity profiles of the LLDPE crystal unit cell as well as the clay for the neat and nanocomposite multilayer films.
Tuning-fork crystal unit is crystal-related component that creates reference signal, for timepieces, and its demand is increasing for use in electronic equipment having clock functions, such as mobile phone handsets and digital home appliances.
The product incorporates a double-ended tuning fork crystal unit, which offers superior stability and quick responsiveness, in order to achieve pressure measurement with high sensitivity as well as superb reliability, hysteresis, and temperature characteristics.
According to the above crystal structure, a crystal unit was selected as the initial structure, while HF/6-31G (d,p) , DFT-B3LYP/6-31G (d,p) and MP2/6-31G (d,p) methods in Gaussian 03 package [16] were used to optimize the structure of the title compound.
Kyoto, Japan, Oct 10, 2005 - (JCN Newswire) - Kyocera Corporation is pleased to announce that Kyocera Kinseki, a full subsidiary engaged in the development and production of electronic devices, will ship the CX3225SB miniature low-frequency quartz crystal unit, the world's first miniature, and smallest(*1), crystal unit which oscillates in the 4MHz frequency range.
Table 3 gives the various microcrystalline parameters such as crystal size (<N>), smallest crystal unit (P), crystal size distribution width ([alpha]), lattice strain (g in %), the enthalpy ([alpha]*) and surface weighted ([D.sub.S]) crystal size values.
After redrawing the circuit, the passive and active parts can be defined by the crystal unit and digital inverter, respectively.
Epson, which boasts both a semiconductor and a quartz crystal device business, has leveraged its strengths to integrate a crystal unit into the S7C17M11 microcontroller package that allows customers to develop accurate timekeeping efficiently even under harsh environmental conditions, such as in outdoor meters.