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The Lewis acid base interaction is a valuable component to the overall stability of the molecule, given that the ability of the Lewis base to dissociate from the cation at lower energies is pertinent to the degradation of the precursor at reduced temperatures. Hence, the Drago Wayland approximation42 can be used for ternary single-source precursor design, to quantitatively estimate the strength of the Lewis acid base interaction between the copper center and the neutral donor. The cleavage of chalcogen R bonds also plays an important role, since this allows the chalcogen to be released for incorporation into the ternary chalcopyrite matrix. Hence, the use of a sterically demanding R group of good leaving ability would promote the facile release of the chalcogen. 6.2.3 Thermal Analysis and Characterization of SSPs
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from a donation model to an investment model, we all have the opportunity to rebuild our organizations and create systems for our donors where they bring value. Instead of an educational foundation offering one endowed scholarship, why not ask the donor to invest in the students Let s say that it costs $500,000 to endow one scholarship at a major U.S. university (at a cost of $25,000 per student per year). This money will nance one student for the length of his or her studies (three to four years). After their term is complete, the scholarship is given to the next student. Over a period of 10 years, the donor will therefore be helping three individuals. But what if the donor gave that $500,000 to the foundation, which then lent it to four students who had the talent but not the nancial wherewithal to attend the university. After graduating and nding gainful employment, they would begin to pay back the loan, probably taking 5 to 10 years to do so. As the money comes back in, the donor, through the foundation, can lend it out again, thus renewing the donor s commitment to the university, offering new opportunities for upgrading, and after the same 10-year period ensuring
Ground planes made of metal are designed to provide repeatable references and images from the plane. The purpose of having different height scans is to maximize both reflected and direct signal propagations. Some engineers use precompliance test equipment without a ground plane. In addition, the same engineers may not bother with changing the height of the antenna required for formal certification testing. To compensate for lack of adherence to published test standards, some will reduce the limit line by 6 dB, assuming that compensation for lack of a ground plane and antenna height scanning can be accommodated for. What is not taken into consideration is possible field cancellation from ground plane reflections. This can change the measured value by as much as 25 dB. Some precompliance antennas are supplied with tripods or stands that can give a fixed or only two different antenna heights. Taking the worst-case reading at each frequency, from measurements taken at all possible scanning heights possible, cancellation effects are avoided. The worst-case emissions should always be recorded, even if full-height scanning is not conducted. Precompliance testing inside a building, where a CISPR ellipse is not possible, may suffer from unknown reflections giving frequency-dependent errors perhaps between +6 and -25 dB for each reflection. This variation can vary from day to day as people move equipment and furniture around. This equipment and furniture do not have to be in close proximity to the test area. In this environment, verifying site attenuation and performance on a regular basis with a known good product or a comb generator will help discover problems, allowing one to achieve some degree of repeatability. Another problem with performing precompliance measurements in buildings is ambient noise caused by other electrical equipment. Some facilities suffer from ambient noise that far exceeds the regulatory limit line over a large portion of the frequency spectrum. This makes precompliance measurements almost impossible. Moving outside to a parking lot, a sports field, or landscaped area may reduce ambient noise from inside the building but does nothing for the external ambient problems typically observed at an OATS. This can be virtually overcome by using a correlation analyzer that can provide true ambient cancellation in real time. Refer to 3 for more details on the capabilities of a correlation analyzer. A CISPR-16 quasi-peak (QP) detector is generally available in higher end spectrum analyzers. Low-cost spectrum analyzers or receivers usually provide good results when measuring emissions from clock harmonics and similar sources of emissions. For measurement of broadband emissions from the brushes of DC motors or low-rate pulse signals, such as a strobe light running at one flash per second, an incorrect reading may be measured using a wrong detector. Testing a known good product is one manner of calibrating various detectors during the precompliance process. Antennas occasionally become damaged, cables and coax crack, connectors break, and instrumentation goes out of calibration. Before performing any level of emissions testing, ensure that all instrumentation and support equipment is in excellent working order and calibrated on a frequent basis.
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