flat band

flat band

A flat, undecorated impost.
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Theraband, a go-to brand for physical therapists, has redesigned the flat band adding loops to traditional therapy bands.
Furthermore, from the intercept of the Mott-Schottky plots, the flat band potentials ([V.sub.fb]) for Sample 1 and Sample 2 are -0.73 and 0.42 V versus the reference electrode, respectively.
Johann Goeze is credited with the first correct description of Taenia [Latin, "flat band" or "ribbon"] saginata [Latin, "fed"], commonly known as the beef tapeworm, in 1782.
Left Side: Flat band of 6.5cm long; 1.5cm wide near base and 1.0cm wide at lower end; and 0.3cm in thickness was extending from base of skull (Replacing styloid process) to remains of hyoid bone, fusing with it.
By substituting the maximum and minimum permittivity values for E7 in Formula (3) the impedance match angle varies from 64.7 to 66.8 degrees that is well within the flat band area.
Due to this separation, the probability of carrier recombination is relatively low and the lifetime of the electrons in the conduction band becomes higher than in the bulk-case within the flat band approximation (around 100 ps) [20].
The flat band potential [E.sub.fb] has been determined for both electrodes from the photocurrent measurements applying the equation [50, 51]
Many of these initiatives focus on plantar fasciitis, a condition that develops when excessive pressure is placed on the plantar fascia, the flat band of tissue connecting the heel bone to the toes.
As a result of back-illuminated, the incident light passes through the flat band of p region first and then into the SCR.
He said the flat band of the Crown represents the World Heritage Site, the Pontcysyllte aqueduct, and this band is an integral part of the Crown.