columbic

columbic

(kəˈlʌmbɪk)
adj
(Chemistry) another word for niobic
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Being salt marsh species, these plants could withstand highly saline environment which positively affected the conductivity and columbic efficiency [13].
As a result, the formation of the [beta]-phase is likely to be caused by the Columbic force imposed by the electric field [1].
In this model the magnitude of the voltage are used to compute the buildup columbic load using the capacitor block in the model.
The basic elements in QCA are cells; each cell is composed of two mobile electrons that are located in opposite corners according to columbic energy, resulting in two possible polarizations (P = +1, P = -1)as shown in Figure 1(a) [3].
Lovley, Power output and columbic efficiencies from biofilms of Geobacter sulfurreducens comparable to mixed community microbial fuel cells, Environ.
Independence of columbic yield on deposition time can be explained well by Faraday's laws of electrolysis, based on the fact that the mathematical form of laws have built-in time term in the expression, as the coulomb is current multiplied by time.
The decrease in the inhibition efficiency of these inhibitors with the rise of temperature advocated the physical nature of adsorption mechanism or columbic type of adsorption on the amorphous surface [16,18,19].
190) See Fisheries and Oceans Canada, "Canada and British Columbic Join Forces to Implement Canada's Oceans Strategy", News Release NR-PR-04-043e (September 18, 2004).
The cationic head of the alkylammonium compound is tethered to the layers via columbic interactions, leaving the aliphatic tail to hover between the layers.
Available from Martin Columbic, Bar-Ilan University, Department of Computer Science, Tel Aviv, Israel.