disintegration rate

disintegration rate

[dis‚in·tə′grā·shən ‚rāt]
(nucleonics)
The absolute rate of decay of a radioactive substance, usually expressed in terms of disintegrations per unit of time.
The absolute rate of transformation of a nuclide under bombardment.
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Hence, one can conclude that the solar influence on the apparent decay rate is associated mixing of specific mode of disintegration in consequence of neutrino capture in nuclei with the natural disintegration rate.
In this way, the progression of each liquid pulse can be monitored, and its breakup is assessed in terms of the core disintegration rate over time.
By employing a technique in which the large coherent liquid structures are identified and tracked through the domain, the breakup process and the liquid disintegration rate are assessed.
Availability of the polymers across a wide molecular weight range allows for formulation flexibility to achieve a variety of physical properties including film strength and disintegration rate (or dissolution).
Thus, there is a balance that exists between film strength and disintegration rate.
Balancing high and low molecular weight water soluble compounds will alter the film physical properties including mechanical strength and disintegration rate.
The company quickly developed a program to test vitamins' efficacy and their disintegration rates.