noninteracting

noninteracting

(ˌnɒnɪntərˈæktɪŋ)
adj
not interacting, failing to interact
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These newly weighed-down light particles were also relatively sluggish, traveling about 100,000 times slower than normal noninteracting photons.
One such approach models many-electron molecules as collections of noninteracting electron pairs, called geminals.
Second, we propose an enhanced security hierarchical key agreement scheme with noninteracting for WHMS based on pairings.
The Debye model is developed to noninteracting identical dipoles [31].
Furthermore, it could be of interest to examine the effect of the presence of a third noninteracting source on our findings.
Such is also the case in network theory, where the study of isolated single networks brings extremely limited results; real-world noninteracting systems are extremely rare in both classical physics and network study.
It was established for many polymer systems [34-37] that rheological properties can be changed significantly with favourable nanofiller-matrix interactions compared to noninteracting systems or strong filler-filler attractions.
Also numerical simulations of initially noninteracting plane waves reveals abnormal increase in the amplitude in the area of the waves interaction [7,8].
Science and theology are two distinct noninteracting approaches to the same reality.
In this noninteracting case, we consider this to be built of a sum of the one particle ones so that the lagrangian of the two electron field [[PSI].
14,15) The first term in such expansion represents the contribution to the pressure of noninteracting particles, as in an ideal gas.