extrinsic properties

extrinsic properties

[ek¦strinz·ik ′präp·ərd·ēz]
(electronics)
The properties of a semiconductor as modified by impurities or imperfections within the crystal.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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The extrinsic properties of the tibia were assessed at three points of flexural test, which measured the strength and stiffness of the tibia by means of a universal testing machine (Emic[R], model DL 200 MF, Sao Jose dos Pinhais, Brazil).
Groups ALC Extrinsic properties Maximum force 108,8 [+ or -] 5,0 N (a) Rigidity 236,3 [+ or -] 19,6 N/mm (a) Intrinsic properties Maximum strength 2,42 [+ or -] 2,7 Pa (a) Elasticity modulus 1,81 [+ or -] 0,3 Pa (a) Groups ISO Extrinsic properties Maximum force 117,4 [+ or -] 14,7 N (b) Rigidity 268,5 [+ or -] 34,3 N/mm (b) Intrinsic properties Maximum strength 5,03 [+ or -] 3,5 Pa (b) Elasticity modulus 3,54 [+ or -] 2,7 Pa (b) Groups CONT Extrinsic properties Maximum force 115,1 [+ or -] 14,6 N (ab) Rigidity 246,3 [+ or -] 45,1 N/mm (ab) Intrinsic properties Maximum strength 4,16 [+ or -] 3,7 Pa (bc) Elasticity modulus 2,67 [+ or -] 1,11 Pa (bc) Different letters indicate statistically significant difference.
Meanwhile, the outcome level of motivation among the lecturers is the extrinsic properties that stand at a high level.
In Section 2, I clarify the concepts of intrinsic and extrinsic properties, which are crucial for understanding McKitrick's argument for the existence of extrinsic dispositions.
She covers universals; tropes; properties as sets or resemblance classes; properties: grounded or ungrounded, sparse or abundant; intrinsic and extrinsic properties; properties and their causal role: categorical and dispositional properties; causes, laws, and modality; and the ontological status of properties.
The intrinsic and extrinsic properties of Co-B catalysts were discussed based on Brunauer-Emmett-Teller surface analysis (BET), X-ray diffraction (XRD), Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy (FT-IR), and scanning electron spectroscopy (SEM) characterizations.
It is then argued that moral properties are extrinsic properties. Two physically identical things can have different moral properties in a physical world.
Something can be intrinsically or extrinsically valuable on the one hand, and it can be valued for its intrinsic or extrinsic properties, on the other.
Relational or extrinsic properties, in contrast, can take different forms.
Whether Pluto retains its planetary status in the future will require consideration of all of its known properties and their comparison with the extrinsic properties of other objects: asteroids, comets, and planets.
They outline research on improving the effects of intrinsic and extrinsic properties on the quality of engineering materials and the degradation of properties during operation.