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energy band

[′en·ər·jē ‚band]
(analytical chemistry)
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The energy band gap of this film is determined by plotting a graph between ([[alpha]hv).
The satellite, with good spectroscopic analyzing power and a wide energy band, is designed to physically investigate high energy astronomical phenomena such as black holes and supernovae.
2] (CISSe) have been the most extensively developed because they allow tailoring of the energy band gap and other material properties to enhance device performance [1-3].
Chi Chi's Energy Band is the number-two most touted item on television, according to the Jordan Whitney Inc.
At the Argonne meeting, Daresbury scientists noted the effect in gadolinium-150 and Argonne researchers reported a superdeformed energy band in dysprosium-151.
Nevertheless, they have not reached the commercialization stage yet, for the reasons that it is hard to control cracks generated by a wide difference in thermal expansion coefficients between silicon and GaN materials, and the energy band of Si substrates is opaque, causing a large optical loss.
The device shows dramatically superior gate reliability (NBTI) over Si channel devices due to a unique energy band structure of the compressively-strained Ge channel.
Morphology, crystalline structure and optical energy band gap are among the effective parameters on titanium dioxide film in electron transfer rate and the re-combination process of bi-layer DSSCs.
The scientists know that if the Higgs exists it will lie somewhere within a narrow energy band of between around 115 and 130 GeV (gigaelectronvolts).
This revolutionary product is unlike any balance or energy band previously released for sale in U.
The optical measurements using the spectrophotometer can provide the information about the transmittance, thickness, refractive index, absorption coefficient, and energy band gap.