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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It is important to note that the excited state we prepare is not the state which carries the most oscillator strength to the ground nor do we account for nonadiabatic surface hopping-type transitions in our approach [31-33].
Ferrari, "Raman spectroscopy of graphene and graphite: disorder, electron-phonon coupling, doping and nonadiabatic effects," Solid State Communications, vol.
[24] discussed the results of dynamical disequilibrium with spherically symmetric nonadiabatic collapse and found the heat flow out from the gravitating source in the form of radial heat flux.
Different types of humidity sensors based on fiber optical sensing have been proposed, such as polymer-coated Bragg grating fiber [1], long period fiber gratings (LPFG) [2], agarose-infiltrated photonic crystal fiber (PCF) interferometers [3], nonadiabatic tapered fiber coated with PDDA/Poly-R-478 film [4], U-shaped fiber coated by phenol red-dopedPMMA[5], and interference structures [6].
In this CRN, the PSB and PSR are assumed to be adiabatic reactors, and the plug flow reactor is assigned a nonadiabatic, single temperature or temperature gradient for each combustor case treated.
In an experiment performed over a long heating, the nonadiabatic processes due to heat loss released from the sample to surrounding environment should be taken into account.
In the case of a nonadiabatic tapered fiber, some high-order modes will travel in the cladding and then couple with the core mode as they propagate along the tapered region.
Wolniewicz, "Nonadiabatic energies of the ground-state of the hydrogen molecule," J.
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.