mass shift

mass shift

[′mas ′shift]
(nuclear physics)
The portion of the isotope shift which results from the difference between the nuclear masses of different isotopes.
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Tightening regulatory framework for emission control and the thriving global energy efficiency drive are necessitating the mass shift of manufacturers to sustainable solutions.
Therefore, the mass shift to the right of 1 TeV indicates the decreasing of compactification radius.
[[DELTA].sup.9], A11, and A13 were the result of ADB-PINACA hydroxylation (+ O) as indicated by the +15.9950-Da mass shift from parent.
Since 2000, there has been a mass shift in the Islamic world from the Thursday-Friday weekend to Friday-Saturday, leaving Iran at odds with practices elsewhere.
generate favorable mass shift in mass spectra; (b) modify fragmentation
The MOU sets out six areas of co-operation, including working together to support the people of Wales to enjoy more active, more equal and healthy lives, encouraging people to look after their own health and thereby take care of the health of future generations and supporting the drive for a mass shift in the public thinking about their health.
A mass shift from the private healthcare system to a publicly run vehicle is not something policymakers or private employers expected, but it is a real and unintended result.
"Consequently, there would be a mass shift of enrollment from private coverage to the public plan," he said.
A mass shift from chicken to veggie burgers by a solvent population would be something else.
Although a full argument backing the statement is more lengthy than I can go into here, I would hold that any mass shift from reliance on concentrated to dispersed energy must imply an increase in per capita labor or a drop in material well-being.
Meanwhile, electrically powered vehicles continue, but these are increasingly being seen as a stop-gap before the expected mass shift to LPG or the even newer combination of hydrogen gas and electric motor, a system that effectively skirts round the problem of limited range and lack of top end power.
Note that in the present work, instead of considering the mass splitting between particles and antiparticles, we emphasize on the mass shift of iso-doublet D and B mesons as a whole and, therefore, we consider the average in the definitions of scalar, vector, and iso-vector currents which is referred as centroid [19].