screening factor

screening factor

[′skrēn·iŋ ‚fak·tər]
(nuclear physics)
The actual rate of a nuclear reaction in a dense plasma divided by the rate that would prevail if there were no free electrons to screen the repulsion between the nuclei.
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McDermott continues that the law doesn't materially address the problem of putting deserving resident applicants into apartments despite the circumstances of a criminal past, because it focuses on background screening and ignores another basic screening factor.
Figure 4 shows the screening factor given by different solution concentrations along the nanopore radius.
Caption: Figure 4: Screening factor along the radius for different solution concentrations.
The way to solve the screening problems reside in solving the vectorial equation devised by Helmholtz inside, outside and within the screen wall, given the limitation conditions, and in determining the screening factor and the attenuation under these circumstances.
where E is the electron energy in keV, Z is the atomic number, [m.sub.0][C.sup.2] [approximately equal to] 511 key, and [alpha] is an effective nuclear charge screening factor,
Not all products which carry the SAME screening factor will offer the same level of protection.
It should be noted that the scores for the cancer and routine screening factors exhibited some degree of correlation (r=.54), but neither the cancer nor routine screening factor scores correlated with the time-intensive and intrusive factor.
More than 90% of health care apps that were reviewed by the IMS Institute scored less than 40 out of a possible 100 for functionality (based on 25 screening factors).
Data abstracted was as follows: admission related information, demographics, primary language spoken, and nurse documentation of the three key DV screening factors: (a) patient was physically or sexually assaulted in the last year; (b) patient was afraid at home or in their current environment; and / or (c) patient had objective signs, which included avoidance of caretaker, lack of eye contact, injury not consistent with history, multiple injuries in various stages of healing, and pattern injuries.
Candidates who otherwise fit the job description perfectly and have successfully made it through all other screening factors, are quickly rejected during the driving background check.
Substantial overlap exists between the screening factors and the charging factors.
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