gouy

gouy

[′gō·ē]
(physical chemistry)
An electrokinetic unit equal to the product of the electrokinetic potential and the electric displacement divided by 4π times the polarization of the electrolyte.
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Leary A, Pautier P, Tazi Y, Morice P, Duvillard P, Gouy S, et al.
As a veteran of the complex rehab industry, I am truly excited to add a leader like Mike to Numotion's management team and to the industry," said Bob Gouy, another Numotion director.
Omar Bahroozian then went on to outplay his 42-year-old left-handed opponent Gilles De Gouy in straight sets.
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An unrooted neighbor-joining tree based upon CSE was generated with NJPLOT (Perriere and Gouy, 1996).
Gouy G (1910) Sur la constitution de la charge e1ectrique a la surface d'um e1ectrolyte.
Yves Martin's contribution (chapter 13) is a moving account of how his collaboration with Marshack led him to understand in depth the organisation of the cave art at Gouy in Normandy.
15) Pierre was even more unhappy, complaining to his friend Georges Gouy that "they have gone so far as to reproduce the conversation of my daughter with her maid and to describe the black and white cat who lives with us.
Dabakuyo TS, Fraisse J, Causeret S, Gouy S, Padeano MM, Loustalot C, Cuisenier J, Sauzedde JM, Smail M, Combier JP, Chevillote P, Rosburger C, Boulet S, Arveux P, Bonnetain F.
Vanclooster M, Boesten JJTI, Trevisan M, Brown CD, Capri E, Eklo OM, Gottesburen B, Gouy V, van der Linden AMA (2000) A European test of pesticide-leaching models: methodology and major recommendations.