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The electrostatic forces, the accessibility of the propagation center, and Debye screening all affect the kinetics.
Sommerfeld and Debye  explored an electron speeding up in a spiral around a nucleus during resonant light absorption.
Heat-conductivity of glasses at temperatures below the debye temperature.
Lawrence Memorial Award (1985), the Irving Langmuir Award in Chemical Physics (1990), the American Chemical Society Award in Theoretical Chemistry (1994), the Hirschfelder Prize in Theoretical Chemistry (1996), the Ira Remsen Award (1997), the Spiers Medal of the Royal Society of Chemistry (1998), the Peter Debye Award in Physical Chemistry (2003), the Welch Award in Chemistry (2007), and the Hershbach Award in Molecular Dynamics (2007).
Debye was the first scientist to study molecular dipoles extensively.
Debye in Fundamental and Applied Science; Isotope as Indicator: Radiation as an Indicator for Biochemical Processes);
For dimensions large compared to the Debye screening distance [k.
1] is the Debye screening length, and the effective dielectric constant, [epsilon], is the average of that of the polar liquid, [[epsilon].