energy density


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energy density

n.
The energy per unit volume of a region of space.
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As the chart shows, they have good energy density with relatively good cycle life and because this technology is manufactured in large volume, it's also economical.
The WCRF said this exceeds their definition of foods that are high in energy density - containing more than about 225 calories per 100g.
Forty-nine target shots were conducted for the High Energy Density (HED) physics program and led by scientists from LANL and LLNL.
High energy density for close-up cows may offset the negative energy balance induced by the pregnancy requirements.
Here's how: Go low Lowering the energy density of your diet - the calories it contains per 100g - is an effective way to stay fuller longer and lose the pounds.
The degree of particle bonding is dependent on the laser energy density which can be affected by control variables such as laser power, scan speed, laser spot size and overlap of scan vectors.
1 Ah battery has a nickel positive electrode and an energy density of 675 Wh/L.
Researchers tracked the breakfast-eating patterns and body mass indices (BMI) of 12,000 women to determine if energy density--the number of calories in relation to the number of grams--predicted energy density and diet quality for the rest of the day.
Decreasing the energy density of multiple meals served over 2 days reduced energy intake by about 200 kcal each day in children attending a day care center, according to Barbara J.
Both teams found that if the energy density during inflation were in the lower half of the possible range, the waves produced would be detectable by an upgraded version of LIGO scheduled for completion in about 10 years.

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