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Babinet

(French babɪnɛ)
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(Biography) Jacques (ʒɑk) 1794–1872, French physicist, noted for his work on the diffraction of light
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c]) regimens [37] but there is an inherent problem with the interpretation of the information obtained from SAXS originated from the principle of Babinet [36] and in some cases, leads to an ambiguity in the allocation of the two main distances of a semi-crystalline structure.
Babinet's principle was formulated by the French physicist, mathematician and astronomer Jacques Babinet.
The awards, organised by Les Echos Business publication in partnership with Gilles Babinet, Digital Champion of France working with the European Commission, recognises CAC 40 index companies for their digital maturity.
Fain O, Lortholary O, Lascaux V, Amoura I, Babinet P, Beaudreuil J, et al.
Two years later, French astronomer Jacques Babinet claimed that Neptune also stumbled along its orbit, hinting that a ninth planet must have been causing Neptune to speed up and slow down as it ran around the sun.
Remi Babinet, Founder, Creative Director, BETC France was president of the jury who chose to award 17 gold, 27 silver and 50 bronze Lions.
Complementary FSSs by using Babinet principle had been investigated in [18, 19].
This program is helping us increase consistency in our accounting principles, optimize costs and allows our finance teams to focus on analyzing information rather than on gathering and reconciling data" said Virginie Babinet, AXA Finance and Procurement solutions managing director within AXA Group Solutions.
Bora Bora is the Pearl of the South Pacific, and represents one of the most exclusive resort destinations in the world," said Jeremie Babinet, a vice president for Jones Lang LaSalle Hotels in Los Angeles.
The approach in the literature is based on analytical models for strip grids combined with Babinet principle for planar grids located at a dielectric interface.