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 Übersetzung für 'k space' von Englisch nach Deutsch
MedTech.phys.
k-space
k-Raum {m}
math.
k-space [compactly generated space]
Kelley-Raum {m}
3 Wörter
math.
compactly generated space {sg} <k-space>
kompakt erzeugte Räume {pl} <k-Räume>
Teiltreffer
textil.
knit [knit stitch] <k, K>
rechte Masche {f} <re M>
textil.
knit stitch <k, K>
rechte Masche {f} <re M>
med.
sodium-potassium pump <Na-K pump, Na/K pump>
Na-K-Pumpe {f}
med.
Kock pouch <k-pouch, K-pouch>
Kock-Pouch {m} <K-Pouch>
chem.
potassium <K>
Kalium {n} <K>
1011
O.K.okay
phys.
kerma <K>
Kerma {f} <K>
15
ling.print
K [letter]
{n} [Buchstabe]
ling.print
k [letter]
{n} [Buchstabe]
dent.
K-file
K-Feile {f}
dent.
K-reamer
Kerr-Bohrer {m}
dent.
K-reamer
K-Bohrer {m}
O.K{adj} {adv}richtig
K-valueK-Wert {m}
math.
K-function
K-Funktion {f}
biol.ecol.
K-selection
K-Selektion {f}
math.
K-complete {adj}
K-vollständig
O.K.o. k.
O.K.O. K.
med.
K-wire
Kirschnerdraht {m}
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Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • But in this section we are imagining how electrons move through k-space, not real space, and the effect of a force is to move all the electrons through k-space in the same direction at the same time.
  • A further generalisation is given by groups admitting a geometric action on a CAT(k) space.
  • When spatial frequency is used as a variable in a mathematical function, the function is said to be in "k-space" .
  • MacPhee served as the juror for the "Third Coast National" in 2008, an exhibition of eclectic artworks by artists from across the United States at K Space Contemporary in Corpus Christi, Texas.
  • The success of this "shaman" project resulted in the formation of K-Space, a band comprising Hodgkinson, Hyder and Chamzyryn.

  • If a large density of excitons is created in a material, they can interact with one another to form an electron-hole liquid, a state observed in k-space indirect semiconductors.
  • The figure is schematic, showing only the lowest-energy conduction band and the highest-energy valence band in one dimension of momentum space (or k-space).
  • In 2020–2021 World Final, problems K (Space Walls) and L (Sweep Stakes) were not solved.
  • Because of the small size of typical atomic condensates, there is not a large length scale separation between the system size and the inter-vortex size, and therefore k-space is restricted.
  • The notion of k-space is central to many disciplines in engineering and physics, especially in the study of periodic volumes, such as in crystallography and the band theory of semiconductor materials.

  • This is the inverse of the operator ∇2 − "t" in "k"-space, acting on the unit function in "k"-space, which is the Fourier transform of a delta function source localized at the origin.
  • The referenced volume is the volume of "k"-space; the space enclosed by the constant energy surface of the system derived through a dispersion relation that relates "E" to "k".
  • "Momentum space" also refers to "k-space"; the set of all wave vectors (given by De Broglie relations) as used in quantum mechanics and theory of waves: this is not referred to in this context.
  • The first Brillouin zone is the locus of points in reciprocal space that are closer to the origin of the reciprocal lattice than they are to any other reciprocal lattice points (see the derivation of the Wigner–Seitz cell).
  • be the Grassmannian of "n"-dimensional vector subspaces in [...] as a set it is the set of all "n"-dimensional vector subspaces of [...] For example, if "n" = 1, it is the real projective "k"-space.

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