inductivity

inductivity

(ˌɪndʌkˈtɪvɪtɪ)
n
(General Physics) power to induct; an inductive quality
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The trace elements were analyzed using inductivity coupled plasma-atomic emission spectrophotometer (ICPAES).
(e, f) Comparison of the inductivity of AF in rabbits with different-intensity continuous training under different drug concentrations.
Cui et al., "Evaluation of osteogenic inductivity of a novel BMP2-mimicking peptide P28 and P28-containing bone composite," Journal of Biomedical Materials Research Part A, vol.
Shrinkage drains of 1000 mm in length and 60 x 100 mm in cross-section were used for recording the length changes measured along the central axis of the specimens using an inductivity sensor leaning against the movable head of the drain.
Tanaka, "Improvement in Si active material particle performance for lithium-ion batteries by surface modification of an inductivity coupled plasma-chemical vapor deposition," Electrochimica Acta, vol.
where: [[PSI].sub.dm] and [[PSI].sub.qm] represent the components along d and q axes of the linkage magnetic flux; [L.sub.s[sigma]] is the leakage inductivity of stator winding; [L.sub.E[sigma]], [L.sub.D[sigma]], [L.sub.Q[sigma]] are the leakage inductances of the field circuit and of the D and Q circuits corresponding to the damping cage.
The attenuation loss can be compensated by more inductivity or by attaching ferrites to the power cable.
where: [u.sub.a] - armature supply voltage; [R.sub.a], [L.sub.a] - armature resistance and inductivity, respectively; [i.sub.a] - current in the armature circuit; k - motor torque constant; m - electromagnetic torque developed by the motor; [m.sub.r] - useful resistant torque produced by load (working machine driven by the motor) that means the perturbing size of the system; [m.sub.f] - friction torque; J - inertia moment of the masses at rotation motion; [OMEGA] - armature angular speed.
were measured by using inductivity coupled plasma mass spectroscopy (ICP-MS) and [gamma]-ray spectroscopy with a Ge detector.
Levels of iron (Fe), potassium (K), magnesium (Mg), sodium (Na), and selenium (Se) were determined using the atomic emission spectrometer with inductivity coupled plasma iCAP-6500 Duo (Thermo scientific, United Kingdom).
Metal ions analysis for Mg, Na, Al, Ca, Cu, Zn, K, P, S, Pb and As was done using inductivity coupled plasma (ICP)standard method at a commercial lab [12].
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