relaxation time


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relaxation time

n. Physics
The time required for an exponential system to return 1/e (0.368) of its initial value of equilibrium after perturbation.
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Noun1.relaxation time - the time constant of an exponential return of a system to equilibrium after a disturbance
time constant - (electronics) the time required for the current or voltage in a circuit to rise or fall exponentially through approximately 63 per cent of its amplitude
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Further analysis of the 24-week interim dataset showed a statistically significant decrease in muscle inflammation as measured by magnetic resonance spectroscopy transverse relaxation time T2.
14] developed a model to explain the impedance measurements of polymer electrolyte-based electrodes using equations based on Nyquist plots and assuming the ions have a single relaxation time, i.
Previously, with the dropping temperature and increasing cold weather in Sindh, the All Private Schools Management Association (APSMA) had requested schools to give either a one-week holiday or half-an-hour relaxation time to students in the morning.
It could be that you a need some relaxation time, more space or are simply trying to escape the rat race.
This is due to the fact that they provide varying levels of sensitivity to differences in relaxation time between tissues.
The results indicate to increasing of polarizability with increasing of applied voltage and decreasing in relaxation time with increasing of applied voltage,
30pm: Boys' story time and bedtime 8pm: Relaxation time with my wife 10.
In fact, 42% of Brits prioritise their vacation relaxation time and start organising their digital baggage before the sunscreen and sunglasses even come out.
Obama, who is on a two-week vacation in Martha's Vineyard, an island off the coast of Massachusetts, took a short break from his relaxation time to raise money for Clinton, the Democratic presidential nominee he hopes will succeed him when he leaves office in January.
The absorption constant, relaxation time and AC conductivity is maximum at room temperature and minimum at 70[degrees]C (Figure 5, 6 and 7).
Even their relaxation time, after rigorous training or sparring, is in sharp contrast.
Relaxation contrast was introduced on varying either the echo period during which transverse relaxation occurred or the repetition delay, with increasing magnetization saturation to increase the ratio of the longitudinal relaxation time and repetition time.