nonadiabatic


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nonadiabatic

(ˌnɒnˌædɪəˈbætɪk)
adj
(General Physics) physics (of a physical reaction) not adiabatic or not occurring without heat loss or gain
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Ferrari, "Raman spectroscopy of graphene and graphite: disorder, electron-phonon coupling, doping and nonadiabatic effects," Solid State Communications, vol.
The shorter pulses mitigate the SAR issues and high power deposition, but the nonadiabatic nature of the labelling pulses results in decreased labelling efficiency and lower ASL signal.
Objective: The goal of DYNAMO is to develop an efficient mixed quantum-classical methodology for the simulation of light-induced nonadiabatic processes in multichromophoric light-harvesting assemblies and to apply it to explore energy and charge transport dynamics in novel classes of light-harvesting systems.
Nonadiabatic DFT-based dynamics, coupled with the surface hopping method, was used to study the effects of the core and shell compositions on energy relaxation rates in these systems.
The question is related to another category of capillary tube known as nonadiabatic (or diabatic) capillary tube, where the capillary tube is partly soldered to cool the suction line.
This equation was further developed to describe the nonadiabatic case for the compressible fluid through the slit die (16), and more recently was extended to investigate the capillary flow (6), (17).
Nonadiabatic transition; concepts, basic theories and applications, 2d ed.
Ultrafast photoelectron imaging: real-time observation of nonadiabatic dynamics
The same is not true for nonadiabatic humidifiers (infrared or steam).
Following the introductory chapter discussing the history and present status of nanophotonics and its application to nanofabrication, the second chapter presents the principles of nanofabrication based on dressed-photon models, describes adiabatic and nonadiabatic processes in nanofabrication, and demonstrates their application to chemical vapor deposition and lithography.
2004) have also calculated the geometric phase of a spin-1/2 system driven by one and two mode quantum fields subject to decoherence: they have shown that the corrections to the phase in the no-jump trajectory are different when considering adiabatic and nonadiabatic evolutions.