energy spread

energy spread

[′en·ər·jē ‚spred]
(quantum mechanics)
The width in energy of a wave packet or metastable state.
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in the to be acquired device system is a novel combination of a scanning electron microscope with low intrinsic energy spread and high resolution at low excitation voltages, as well as with edx system (energy dispersive spectroscopy), ebsd system (diffraction backscattered electrons) and in-situ nanoindenter.
Other bipolar devices do not have the PTC and offset electrode technologies designed for minimising energy spread into surrounding tissue.
Other bipolar devices do not have the PTC and offset electrode technologies designed for minimizing energy spread into surrounding tissue.
While much of the quake's energy spread along the planet's surface, some radiated downward, traveled through Earth's core and then returned to the surface in Japan, where more than 700 seismometers picked up the vibes.
Hart coach Steve Calendo proved that the kind words and positive energy spread to coaches, too.
Next week Britain will be paying tribute to those original 'Magnificent Seven' plant and tree lovers whose enthusiasm and energy spread from Hatchard's Bookshop to all corners of the earth through the gardening club which they had founded.
These beams are essentially nonrelativistic, dominated by space-charge forces and must have very low emittance and energy spread.
The ultrasonic energy travels only in the direction of the direct physical force of the instrument against tissue, meaning that with the LCS, there is no radial energy spread and no damage to surrounding tissue.
In order to obtain a well-resolved mass spectrum from externally generated ions the energy spread, (delta) [E.
Other bipolar devices do not have the Positive Temperature Coefficient technology and offset electrode configuration designed for minimizing energy spread into surrounding tissue.
His boundless energy spread to a lifelong passion for off-road racing that was nurtured in the cornfields that now are Warner Center.

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