energy diagram

energy diagram

[′en·ər·jē ‚dī·ə‚gram]
(quantum mechanics)
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Caption: FIGURE 2: Potential energy diagram of [alpha]-chloropropanoic acid synthesis together with the initial states, transition states, and final states.
Subjects covered in the volume include, heterogeneous catalysis and a sustainable future, the potential energy diagram, surface equilibria, rate constants, kinetics, energy trends in catalysis, activity and selectivity maps, and many others.
In dipole and exponential regularizations, in the tadpole diagram the form factor u (which appears at each vertex in the self/ energy diagram), [[u.sup.n3/2] or [u.sup.2], has been used.
The corresponding first transition strain is calculated by the best fit of the bilinear curve (zero before the transition and linearly increasing after it) to the AE cumulative energy diagram. We will designate this first transition strain [[epsilon].sub.1].
Besides the main direction B/[n.sub.e] = const, along which stars are distributed in the stellar energy diagram, Fig.
In wide band gap crystals, some high energy features may also result from transitions involving levels located in the band gap of the energy diagram of the crystal.
Again, using Gibbs Free Energy of Formation values at a given iron temperature, and the Ellingham Free Energy Diagram, the degree of stability has been verified in Table 2.
Such a tendency is completely absent for bulky stars (see the stellar energy diagram, Fig.
Furthermore, using finite element code, the energy diagrams of the beams were also investigated.

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