mobility coefficient

mobility coefficient

[mō′bil·əd·ē ‚kō·ə‚fish·ənt]
(physical chemistry)
The average speed of motion of molecules in a solution in the direction of the concentration gradient, at unit concentration and unit osmotic pressure gradient.
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This test appraises the integrity of the supraspinous muscle), the Evaluation of the global functional mobility coefficient as well as the specific kinesitherapy intervention program.
1, 2, 3, and 4, include the initial and final values of arthric and muscle report on all movement segments, specific functional tests at the shoulder's level, as well as the evaluation of the global functional mobility coefficient.
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where [[??].sub.e] is the electron stream density, [n.sub.[epsilon]] is the volumetric energy density of the electrons, [D.sub.[epsilon]], [[mu].sub.[epsilon]] are the electrons' diffusion coefficient and mobility coefficient for the energy, [R.sub.e] is the intensity of the electron source, [R.sub.[epsilon]] is the electrons' energy source (describes the energy loss due to inelastic collisions), and [??] is the electric field vector.
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