capacity coefficient 
These measurements yielded the anisotropy in the electronic heat capacity coefficient γn(H) and in the superconducting transition temperature Tc(H).


This value differs less than 5% from that obtained from the experimental electronic heatcapacity coefficient of the bulk material.


The Debye temperature and electronic heat capacity coefficient are evaluated.


Above magnetic ordering temperatures the specific heat remains high with an enhanced electronic heat capacity coefficient.


It was found that the Freundlich adsorption intensity coefficient is more time dependent than the absorption capacity coefficient, and the sorption itself consists of rapid and slow processes according to the soil constituents.


Investigation of the capacity coefficient of a highpressure reciprocating pump for cryogenic fluids


The disappearance of superconductivity forx?0.1 was found to be correlated with a rapid decrease in the normalstate linear heat capacity coefficient.


The resulting magnetic entropy depends on the method and its maximum value at 250 K is 0.8 R ln 4, assuming a hightemperature value of the electronic heat capacity coefficient ?γ?  33 mJ/K2 mole.


The value of the electronic heat capacity coefficient γp in the paramagnetic state has also been extracted from the experimental data.


Errors in determining the voltagecapacity coefficient of standard highvoltage cylindrical capacitors with a split electrode


The introduction of a water admixture into the carrier gas, increases the capacity coefficient of polar organic compounds on the capillary column with PEG20M and has almost no effect on this value in the case of SE30.


The ratio of ratelimited or nonequilibrium immobile domain pore space to mobile domain pore space is given by the capacity coefficient, b.

