particle properties

particle properties

[′pärd·ə·kəl ‚präp·ərd·ēz]
(particle physics)
The various quantities which characterize the behavior of an elementary particle, such as mass, charge, baryon number, spin, parity, hypercharge, and isospin.
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This experimental work will be performed at different times of the year within two oceanic regions (the Southern Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea) that are characterized by contrasting Fe supply mechanisms in order to determine whether the fate of PFe at depth is primarily driven by particle properties that are imprinted within the surface ocean or in mesopelagic particle transformations.
Hydroxyapatite nano and microparticles: Correlation of particle properties with cytotoxicity and biostability.
Some alkylammonium salts are shown to alter particle properties and may affect the environment, human health and the climate.
Malvern Instruments' new 'A basic guide to particle characterization' white paper takes the reader through descriptions of a range of particle properties and then goes on to introduce a variety of different particle characterization techniques.
The Particle Data Group, an international collaboration that acts as an authority on subatomic particle properties, currently puts the neutron lifetime at 881.
001 [micro] m) to coarse (100 [micro] m) in the respiratory tract, based on user-provided input on airway morphometry, clearance rates, particle properties (density, diameter, and size distribution), and exposure scenario (aerosol concentration, activity breathing pattern, and exposure duration).
Ten years later, we are mapping the globe in terms of particle properties.
Some areas explored include photofragment spectroscopy and predissociation dynamics of weakly bound molecules, de-wetting and hydrophobic interactions in physical and biological systems, intrinsic particle properties from vibrational spectra of aerosols, and nanofabrication of plasmonic structures.
2] are supposed not to be a function of R, but to depend on constituent particle properties and coupling constants, resp.
Factorial design Bark Physical and mechanical particle properties Bark size of content core layer Density MOE MOR IB (kg/ Species (percent) (mm) [m.
The closer proximity between particles amplifies the effect of minor variations in the particle properties such as surface roughness and shape polydispersity on the viscosity of the suspension [27].

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