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debye British & World English

A unit used to express electric dipole moments of molecules. One debye is equal to 3.336 × 10−30 coulomb metre

Debye, Peter British & World English

(1884–1966), Dutch-born American chemical physicist; full name Peter Joseph William Debye. Debye is best known for establishing the existence of permanent electric dipole moments in many molecules, demonstrating the use of these to determine molecular size and shape, and modifying Einstein’s theory of specific heats as applied to solids. Nobel Prize for Chemistry (1936)

Debye in debye British & World English

A unit used to express electric dipole moments of molecules. One debye is equal to 3.336 × 10−30 coulomb metre

debye unit in debye British & World English

A unit used to express electric dipole moments of molecules. One debye is equal to 3.336 × 10−30 coulomb metre

Peter Joseph William Debye in Debye, Peter British & World English

(1884–1966), Dutch-born American chemical physicist; full name Peter Joseph William Debye. Debye is best known for establishing the existence of permanent electric dipole moments in many molecules, demonstrating the use of these to determine molecular size and shape, and modifying Einstein’s theory of specific heats as applied to solids. Nobel Prize for Chemistry (1936)