exponential decay

  1. a decrease that follows an exponential function
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How To Use exponential decay In A Sentence

  • An initial exponential decay of current corresponds to the inactivation of monomer channel conductance and a longer time scale quasi-steady-state represents the diffusion of ions to a bimolecular surface reaction.
  • However, once again, the declining field strength is best explained by an exponential decay of the field due to a decaying electric current.
  • Both dyes luminesce with single exponential lifetimes, and the emission is accurately fit by the sum of two exponential decays, with lifetimes identical to those measured separately in aqueous solution.
  • According to the most simple model, each species is accounted for by a mono-exponential decay function that is convoluted with the respective instrument response function (IRF).
  • Because of the limited resolvability of complex decays available from all instruments, these nonexponential intensity decays can be equally well fit to the multiexponential decay law.
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