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From the Shockley ideal diode equation given above, it might appear that the voltage has a positive temperature coefficient ( at a constant current ), but usually the variation of the reverse saturation current term is more significant than the variation in the thermal voltage term.
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From the outset, this new republic held that film would be the most ideal propaganda tool for the Soviet Union because of its widespread popularity among the established citizenry of the new land ; Vladimir Lenin, in fact, declared it the most important medium for educating the masses in the ways, means and successes of Communism, a position which was later echoed by Joseph Stalin.
From its beginnings in the late 18th century, romantic nationalism has relied upon the existence of a historical ethnic culture which meets the romantic ideal ; folklore developed as a romantic nationalist concept.
From the 18th to the early 20th centuries the North Downs of Surrey, with its chalky free-draining soil, ideal for lavender growing, were at the centre of worldwide production of lavender.
From this it results, in the first place, that the ideal man may lay claim to authority equal, in a certain sense, to the authority of the Prophets.
From this, through various experiments, they formulated what is called Boyle's law, which states that the volume of a body of an ideal gas is inversely proportional to its pressure.
From a metaphysical viewpoint, as the mounts begin to express the ideal characteristics for which they stand — for example, the objective perception of Luna, the unconditional love of Venus, the calmly active energy of Mars — they consequently begin to radiate at their specific light frequencies in the color spectrum.
According to the book " From Can See to Can't " by Thad Sitton and Dan Utley, " Under ideal conditions for reproduction – which fortunately seldom existed – the progeny of a single pair of weevils emerging in the spring could reach something like 134 million before the coming of frost.
From this project Barthes concludes that an ideal text is one that is reversible, or open to the greatest variety of independent interpretations and not restrictive in meaning.
From the outset, the Tokugawa attempted to restrict the accumulation of wealth by families and had promoted a " back to the soil " policy, making the farmer, as the ultimate producer, the ideal person within society.
From 1807 to 1814 Orelli worked as preacher in the reformed community of Bergamo, where he acquired the taste for Italian literature which led to the publication of Contributions to the History of Italian Poetry ( 1810 ) and a biography ( 1812 ) of Vittorino da Feltre, his ideal of a teacher.
From 1875 to 1910, architects and horticulturalists such as Calvert Vaux and Samuel Parsons laid out the stretch of park between 72nd and 125th Streets according to the English gardening ideal, creating the appearance that the Park was an extension of the Hudson River Valley.
From Hobsbawm's perspective, the ideal of the sans-culottes, which sought to express the interests of the ' little men ' who existed between the poles of the bourgeois and the proletarian, was contradictory and ultimately unrealisable.
From the Aryo-Hindu tradition, he sees the human type of the Rajarshi as an embodiment of the Golden Age ideal and quotes the Brihadaranyaka Upanishad ( 1. 4. 11 ): " This is why nothing is greater than the warrior nobility ; the priests themselves venerate the warrior when the consecration of the king occurs.
From their point of view, this off-shore site, protected by mud flats and marsh, was ideal as a base from which to conduct raids elsewhere, assemble the booty and ship it home.
From this point on his work emphasise a multicultural ideal, building a unique example of Breton literature in French.
From Tönnies ' point of view, an ideal type cannot explain reality, because it is derived from reality by accentuation, but might help to understand reality.
From pantheist mysticism to humble Christian spirituality, from celebration of corporeality and ecstatic unity of human, non-human and the divine to meditative repose, from the ironic verse making burlesque of modern technology-driven civilization to the tender verbal music hallowing ancient Dalmatian hamlets, from the powerful expression of erotic yearning to the resignation to the fates of human condition — Ujević's poetry is a polymorphous vision of life, blend of often conflicting traditions ranging from the Mediterranean ideal of harmonious beauty and modern existentialist sensibility expressed in the verses of unmatched virtuosity and profundity.
From the algebraic point of view instead, is the algebra of smooth functions over M and is the ideal of smooth functions vanishing at x.
From this it is possible to deduce that the mention of Simon the Leper at Bethany in Mark's Gospel suggests that the Essenes, or pious patrons from Jerusalem who held to a closely similar view of ideal arrangements, settled lepers at Bethany.
From these starting points, Pogge develops his own specification of Rawls ’ s principles of justice, discussing the relative importance of different fundamental rights and liberties, the ideal constitution of the political process, and the just organization of educational, health-care, and economic institutions.
From and diode
From that point on, the relatively low impedance of the diode keeps the voltage across the diode at that value.
From this it can be seen that the semiconductor diode is a particularly versatile form of electronics component that can be used in many areas of electronics.
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From the equation for density ( ρ = m / V ), mass density must have units of a unit of mass per unit of volume.
From a mathematical viewpoint, continuous-time IIR LTI filters may be described in terms of linear differential equations, and their impulse responses considered as Green's functions of the equation.
From the agenda points of the conference Drake derived the Drake equation by multiplying the various factors that were discussed at the conference.
From the standpoint of the Fisher equation ( see above ), there was a concomitant drop both in money supply ( credit ) and the velocity of money which was so profound that price deflation took hold despite the increases in money supply spurred by the Federal Reserve.
From the equation, we see a speed – accuracy trade off associated with pointing, whereby targets that are smaller and / or further away require more time to acquire.
: From Schrödinger's equation to quantum search algorithm, American Journal of Physics, 69 ( 7 ): 769-777, 2001.
From the period and the measured distance between the pivots, the acceleration of gravity can be calculated with great precision from the periodicity equation for a simple pendulum, ( 1 ) below.
From the last equation, we can deduce Goldbach's theorem ( named after Christian Goldbach ): no two Fermat numbers share a common factor.
From analyzing equation 6 it is evident that the Otto cycle efficiency depends directly upon the compression ratio.
From the previous equation, it can be deduced that the observed image depends not only on the amplitude of beam, but also on the phase of the electrons, although phase effects may often be ignored at lower magnifications.
From the equation we can see that the markup and the price elasticity of demand are inversely related, as the demand becomes more elastic the markup becomes smaller.
From this equation, we'll show how infinite uniform plane waves comprise one field solution ( out of many possible ) in free space.
From this they created a differential equation for the shape of the bundle relating the elasticity, gravity, and orientational disorder and extracted a simple equation of state to relate the swelling pressure to the measured random curvatures of individual hairs.