pertubation

Related to pertubation: Perturbation theory
Translations

pertubation

n. pertubación, acto de insuflar oviductos para hacerlos permeables.
References in classic literature ?
In point of fact, it would seem that the waiter felt this wholesome truth, for when he returned for the empty plates and dishes and was informed by Mr Swiveller with dignified carelessness that he would call and setle when he should be passing presently, he displayed some pertubation of spirit and muttered a few remarks about
A], in pertubation interaction, they pair and have a scalar particle [bar.
Beyond differences in loudness and tempo, spectral balance and pertubation made significant contributions in the differences in each emotion.
Introduction to pertubation methods, Mir, Moscow, 1984.
Periodic Optimization of a Chemical Reactor System using Pertubation Methods," J.
2] pertubation, contrast dye is forced into the fallopian tubes and can be painful when used in women with occlusions, she said.
Maize polybiquitin genes: Structure, thermal pertubation of expression and transcript splicing and promotor activity following transfer to protoplasts by electroporation.
The Potential of Modern Discourse: Musil, Peirce, and Pertubation.
Vectorial formulations, such as the Rayleigh-Rice pertubation theory, are considered to be more accurate for smooth surfaces (typically [sigma] << [lambda]) with finite conductivity, and large scattering angles.