5 100 300 5 100 150 200 250 300 This model goes back to Debye, who made following correlation [lambda] [congruent to] 1/3 x [C.
What does D stand for?
D stands for Debye (unit of dipole moment)
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Four of his doctoral students (Werner Heisenberg, Wolfgang Pauli, Peter Debye, and Hans Bethe) and two post-doctoral students (Linus Pauling and Isidor Rabi) were to become Nobel Laureates.
Debye in Fundamental and Applied Science; Isotope as Indicator: Radiation as an Indicator for Biochemical Processes); Aspects of Alchemy and Alchemy-related Chemistry (Ripley Revis'd: Reading Medieval Alchemy in Early Modern Europe; Chemical Remedies in the 18th Century: Mercury and Alkahest; Alchemy on the 'Peripheries' of Early Modern Europe.
For dimensions large compared to the Debye screening distance [k.
They can therefore hardly have a screening effect such as that due to Debye in a quasi-neutral plasma.
1] is the Debye screening length, and the effective dielectric constant, [epsilon], is the average of that of the polar liquid, [[epsilon].
de Kruif, Van't Hoff Laboratory, Debye Institute, Utrecht University, 3584CH, Utrecht, Netherlands; phone: +31 30 253 91 11; fax: +31 30 253 33 88; email: deKruif@nizo.