atomic number 10

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  • WordNet 3.6
    • n atomic number 10 a colorless odorless gaseous element that give a red glow in a vacuum tube; one of the six inert gasses; occurs in the air in small amounts
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However the total number of spins must be small as the τ0 obtained from the dynamical scaling is atomic-like (∼ 10−13 s).
The nanoscale phase separation in hole-doped manganites
The RD of each of the fully relaxed structures was obtained by counting the number of atoms within bins of 10−3˚A, up to the fifth coordination shell.
Thermodynamic properties of binary HCP solution phases from special quasirandom structures
Equation (10) predicts that α 6= 0 due to contributions from the Coulomb and surface terms, whose relevance increases as the differences between the mass and/or the atomic numbers of the sources become larger.
Temperature effects in the nuclear isoscaling
AM U is the atomic mass number of the species from which we measure the observed line width ∆V , and ∆Vth is the expected thermal line width for that species, assuming a temperature of 10 K.
Spitzer and HHT observations of starless cores: masses and environments
Here, the same ion is used for all data points. (The micromotion of the ion was compensated to about 10 mK for these measurements.) The atom number reaches a minimum when the dipole trap is centered onto the ion.
An apparatus for immersing trapped ions into an ultracold gas of neutral atoms
In a given host semiconductor, the energetic positions of CFR and DBH vary in a universal way with the atomic number of the TM [6, 9, 10, 11].
The Nature of the magnetism-promoting hole state in the prototype magnetic semiconductor GaAs: Mn
In the figure, the curve representing the fastest filling rate, with a WLS intensity of ∼ 10 W/cm2 , shows a loading time constant of τMOT = 67 s and a maximum number of ∼ 1.3 × 108 atoms as determined by the exponential fit.
Loading a vapor cell magneto-optic trap using light-induced atom desorption
The limiting number of atoms that can possibly be loaded into the WLS trap is assumed to be (0.9)Nlim (top curves), or equivalently τ1 = τb /10 when the WLS is turned on.
Loading a vapor cell magneto-optic trap using light-induced atom desorption
We varied the ionization parameter (number of ionizing photons per hydrogen atom at the illuminated face of the slab) for a fixed total hydrogen column of 5 x 1020 cm−2 , which corresponds to a reddening of E(B−V) = 0.10 (Shull & van Steenberg 1985).
On the Nature of Intrinsic Absorption in Reddened Seyfert 1 Galaxies
The larger strength of He II arises because it is harder to photoionize than H I (although the number of helium atoms is smaller than hydrogen atoms by a factor of ≈ 10), owing to lower fluxes and cross sections at its ionizing threshold.
The First Cosmic Structures and their Effects
The abundances of Fe and lower atomic numbers in this star are typically ∼ 10−2 times solar.
The r-Process: Current Understanding and Future Tests
The abundances of Fe and lower atomic numbers in HE 2148-1247 are typically ∼ 10−2 times solar but those of the elements Ba and above are at the solar level.
The r-Process: Current Understanding and Future Tests
The criteria for the discovery of an element were established in 1991: “Discovery of a chemical element is the experimental demonstration, beyond reasonable doubt, of the existence of a nuclide with an atomic number Z not identified before, exiting for at least 10−14 s.” .
Discovery of the Cerium Isotopes
The same chemical characteristics can be expected for atoms with a fixed number of protons and with different number of neutrons and the energy in chemical reactions is of the order of 1 eV (1.6 × 10−19 Joule).
The Future of Nuclear Energy: Facts and Fiction Chapter IV: Energy from Breeder Reactors and from Fusion?
The number of Xe atoms/ kg is 0.267 / ton / y for M = 1010 GeV . The rate would be lower by a factor of 1.6 × 10 −7 if 5 × 1011GeV suggested by Simet et al. was used.
The experimental challenge of detecting solar axion-like particles to test cosmological ALP-photon oscillation hypothesis
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