Ni-resist

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n Ni-resist cast iron consisting of graphite in a matrix of austenite
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Usage


In science:

We have calculated the self-energy of the electrons and find that it leads to a zerotemperature resistivity independent of the level separation ǫ: ρ(T = 0) = 3ni/4π(eν vF )2 , with ni the (dilute) impurity concentration, ν the density of states at the Fermi level, and vF the Fermi velocity.
Conformal Field Theory Approach to the Two-channel Anderson Model
FIG. 4: The anomaly in the inverse spin Hall effect near TC . a, Inverse spin Hall resistance ∆RISHE of NixPd1−x middle wires with Ni concentration x = 0.07 (black square), 0.08 (red dot) and 0.09 (blue triangle) as a function of temperature.
The spin Hall effect as a probe of nonlinear spin fluctuations
The question then arises, what determines the density ni of the material which manages to resist incorporation into clouds and forms the ICM? Since ni ∼ ne ≫ nH I in the ICM, it seems likely that a key role is played by the interstellar magnetic field, to which the ionised component of the ICM is locked.
On the Ionisation of Warm Opaque Interstellar Clouds and the Intercloud Medium
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