state of aggregation [PHYS.] --- der Aggregatzustand
state of matter [PHYS.] --- der Aggregatzustand
aggregate state [PHYS.] --- der Aggregatzustand
condition of aggregation [PHYS.] --- der Aggregatzustand
physical condition [PHYS.] --- der Aggregatzustand
aggregation state [PHYS.] --- der Aggregatzustand
solid state [PHYS.] --- fester Aggregatzustand
solid state of aggregation [PHYS.] --- fester Aggregatzustand
gaseous state [PHYS.] --- gasförmiger Aggregatszustand
Infra-red spectra and state of aggregation.
Rex Edward Richards and Harold Warris Thompson (...)
In continuation of earlier work on the correlation of infra-red absorption spectra of matter in different states of aggregation, the vibrational spectra of a number of substances have been measured in the solid and liquid states.
Physical properties of minerals
C. D. Gribble (...)
Characters depending upon the atomic structure and state of aggregation, such as form, pseudomorphism, hardness, tenacity, fracture, cleavage and surface tension effects...
The phenomena observed are explained on the basis that there is a difference between the gaseous and liquid states of aggregation with a structure assigned to the latter.
J. Everett , E. Céspedes , L. R. Shelford et al. (...)
This effect did not appear to be dependent upon the aggregation state of amyloid, with iron accumulation within Aβ aggregates occurring where iron(III) was added to pre-formed amyloid aggregates. (...)
Aggregation State and Neurotoxic Properties of Alzheimer Beta-Amyloid Peptide
David R.Howlett, Kevin H.Jennings, David C.Leeb et al. (...)
The aggregation states of spinach phosphoribulokinase
Michael A. Porter (...)
The data are consistent with the heavier form of phosphoribulokinase being the normal in-vivo aggregation state in the dark, while the lighter form is the normal aggregation state in the light.
Grammatik: Substantiv (Maskulinum)
Nebenform: seltener Aggregatszustand · Substantiv (Maskulinum)
Worttrennung: Ag-gre-gat-zu-stand ● Ag-gre-gats-zu-stand
(...) Bedeutung: Physik Erscheinungsform eines Stoffes