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Debye

(Dutch deˈbɛiə)
n
(Biography) Peter Joseph Wilhelm. 1884–1966, Dutch chemist and physicist, working in the US: Nobel prize for chemistry (1936) for his work on dipole moments

de•bye

(dɪˈbaɪ)

n. Elect.
a unit of measure for electric dipole moments, equal to 10–18 statcoulomb-centimeters. Abbr.: D
[1930–35; named after P. J. W. Debye]

De•bye

(dɛˈbaɪ)

n.
Peter Joseph Wilhelm, 1884–1966, Dutch physicist and chemist, in the U.S. after 1940: Nobel prize for chemistry 1936.
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1] is the Debye screening length, and the effective dielectric constant, [epsilon], is the average of that of the polar liquid, [[epsilon].
In this sense, the lattice is considered as a new substance of matter consisting of Sound-Particles, which excite the one longitudinal and one transverse elastic waves (this approach is differ from Debye one).
Key words: Debye temperature; elastic constants; Gruneisen parameter; hexagonal crystal; monocrystal; sound velocities; titanium diboride; voids
2]/Jm [kappa] reciprocal of the Debye length, 1/m [PHI] surface potential, V Subscripts 0 at the surface (D = 0) 1 surface one 2 surface two [infinity] at infinity from the surface (D = [infinity]) S substrate T AFM tip vdw van der Waals Superscripts C conical portion of the tip e entire tip (S+C) S spherical portion of the tip vdw van der Waals
3) The electrostatic double layer thickness can be represented by the Debye length, defined as [[kappa].
Consequently, an excess of charges is built up near the electrode surface, thus forming an electrical double layer with thickness equal to the Debye screening length [lambda] = [([epsilon]RT/2[z.
All linear dimensions are scaled with respect to the inverse Debye length, and the time is scaled by using to the characteristic diffusion time of an ion, [[tau].
64 [4], the larger the deviation of relaxation with respect to Debye type relaxation ([beta] = 1).
The preferred orientation was recorded using Debye patterns.
All the pervious experiments were done at a constant debye of water pumping to investigate the effect of the described parameters.
Ball focusses on three physicists in particular: Max Planck, Werner Heisenberg, and Paul Debye.