Definition of Coulombic

1. Adjective. (dated) electric ¹



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Definition of Coulombic

1. [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Coulombic

coulee
coulees
coulibiac
coulibiacs
coulis
coulises
coulisse
coulisses
couloir
couloirs
coulomb
coulomb's force
coulomb's law
coulomb collision
coulomb ionisation
coulombic (current term)
coulombically
coulombs
coulometer
coulometers
coulometric
coulometrically
coulometries
coulometry
coulotte
coulrophobia
coulsonite
coulter
coulterneb
coulternebs

Literary usage of Coulombic

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1. NEA Sorption Project Phase II: Interpretation and Prediction of Radionuclide by James A. Davis (2005)
"3.4.3 EDL models 3.4.3.1 EDL-philosophy of teams that aimed at a simple model All except one of the one-site SCM use a DLM to correct for coulombic effects. ..."

2. Modelling in Aquatic Chemistry by Ingmar Grenthe, Ignasi Puigdomenech, Bert Allard (1997)
"... term and AGĀ°oul is the variable electrostatic or "coulombic" term. ... The key variable for calculating the coulombic effect on the free energy of a ..."

3. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1883)
"These authors postulated, from its assumed electrostatic character as a simple coulombic interaction between rigid charge distributions, that the hydrogen ..."

4. Journal of the American Chemical Society by American Chemical Society (1879)
"... in the ligand sphere appears to swing the pendulum back in favor of the octahedron presumably because of increased coulombic repulsion of sulfur atoms. ..."

5. Proceedings of the Workshop on Pyrochemical Separations: Avignon, France, 14 by European Commission, OECD Nuclear Energy Agency (2001)
"... tri-positive cations presumably have an inverse dependence on the ionic size, which agrees with the expected coulombic co-ordination of chloride anions. ..."

6. Opportunities In High Magnetic Field Science by National Academy of Sciences (U.S.), National Research Council (U. S.) (2005)
"This effect is particularly interesting at low temperatures and high magnetic fields, where the kinetic energy of the carriers is quenched and coulombic ..."

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