particle emission

particle emission

[′pärd·ə·kəl i‚mish·ən]
(nuclear physics)
The ejection of a particle other than a photon from a nucleus, in contrast to gamma emission.
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It is observed that the particle emission measured is dominated by large sized particles, which are provided by the soot produced during the combustion.
They are exceptionally low in particle emission, nonvolatile residue, and ionic levels.
The influence of a cerium additive on ultrafine diesel particle emission and kinetics of oxidation', Combust sci, 154: 259-273.
There is a critical temperature at which the ultrafine particle emission rate rises stepwise by 4 to 6 orders of magnitude.
The extremely positive results, which trended similarly to trials run elsewhere and revealed significantly lower toxic emissions as well as reduced smoke particle emission, were shared with the audience," the statement noted.
China announced that it would spend 760 billion yuan ($ 118 billion) to reduce its annual fine particle emission ( PM2.
8221; He further went on to thank all existing BioFire clients “for opting to build one of the few eco-friendly fireplaces that far undercut the European dust particle emission restrictions.
He further went on to thank all existing BioFire clients "for opting to build one of the few eco-friendly fireplaces that far undercut the European dust particle emission restrictions.
Particle emission evaluation is critical to answer the question of whether such coatings will release nanoparticles during their use.
Topics include development of the photonuclear activation file, nuclear data for minor actinides, differential cross sections of complex particle emission reactions, Monte Carlo simulation of the fission fragments evaporation process, random matrix theory in statistical analysis of resonances, and nuclear data services.
In addition to softness and tear resistance, other properties that can be engineered include absorbency, thickness, heat and abrasion resistance, static discharge, lint content and particle emission.

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