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. The apparent decay rate of radioactive isotopes, [lambda]' may be split into two terms; a term for usual disintegration of the nucleus labelled [[lambda].sub.d] and a terms for neutrino interaction.
According to the results, a positive influence of current on the disintegration rate can be observed.
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.
It has been demonstrated that the in vivo availability of a drug administered via the oramucosal route is greatly dependent on the disintegration rate of the drug delivery system [15].
The FE film (Figure 4(c)) exhibited an exceedingly larger average viscosity and shear force than the NFMS (Figure 4(a)) and FD film (Figure 4(b)), which correlates with the greater mucoadhesive properties and slower disintegration rate evinced by this film.
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).
Figure 5 shows that the disintegration rate constant, [k.sub.d], generally decreased as the excipient concentration, C, increased in a given tablet batch and the relation;
The hardness of the individual cubes and their solid content were measured to determine textural changes and disintegration rates.
The company quickly developed a program to test vitamins' efficacy and their disintegration rates. The company's investment culminated in 1991 with the introduction of its "proven release" program to its Your Life vitamins: these products meet strict standards of dissolution and disintegration.

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