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CCopyright (usually written ©)
C100 (Roman numeral)
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CBattery Size
CCelsius/Centigrade
Csymbol for the speed of light (in a vacuum, 299,792,458 meters per second)
CClick
CCum (Latin: With, often seen with a bar over the c)
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CC Programming Language
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CCharlotte, NC (mint mark on coinage 1837-1861)
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CAir Post (philatelic catalog prefix for non-ground stamps)
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CConnect (ITU-T)
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CPrince Edward Island (Canada Post designation)
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CCollector (transistor; electronics)
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CCliff (Stores 100 code)
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CSpeed of Light
CCommonwealth
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CColon (currency of Costa Rica and El Salvador)
CCork (Irish car registration)
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CCatcher (baseball)
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CCyan
CAffirmative (logging abbreviation)
CClerical (for ACG duties)
CClock Mode (aviation)
CCircumference
CCountess
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CCessna (civilian aircraft)
CCorrelations
CChromosome (as in banding)
CCurie
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CConstant of Integration (calculus)
CCarbone (French: Carbon)
CComptroller
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CCitiGroup, Inc. (NYSE symbol)
CAscorbic Acid (vitamin)
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CC Major (music)
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CCysteine (amino acid)
CCedi (currency of Ghana)
CCourt of Chancery (UK)
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CCoulomb
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CContralto
CCentum (relating to an Indo-European language pronunciation)
CCool Breeze (rapper)
CCenti (abbreviation of abbreviation for 1/100)
CCentral Standard Time (as used in time groups)
CCytosine
CCenterpartiet (Swedish political party)
CCaesarian
CNicaraguan Cordoba (national currency)
CCessna Aircraft Corporation (manufacturer's symbol)
CCervical Vertebra (prefix, as in C-1, C-2)
CCycloplegic
CCircinella (microbiology)
CCurtis-Wright Corporation (various locations)
CCongius (Latin: Colt)
CCulver Aircrfat Corporation (US Navy aircraft)
CCreeping Line Pattern (US DoD)
CC Programming Language Source Code (file name extension)
CFresnel Cosine Integral
CFederal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (designates original point of circulation of a dollar bill)
CMusical pitch/note
CUndenominated US Stamp (20 cents, introduced 1 Nov 1981)
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Assuming that [[rho].sub.b] = [rho] + [lambda], where [lambda] is a brane tension and [LAMBDA] = [epsilon][[lambda].sup.2]([[chi].sup.4]/6)([epsilon] = 1, if the extra dimension is space-like, while [epsilon] = -1, if it is time-like), we get the following relation in a flat metric (k = 0), where C = 0 is the constant of integration and called dark radiation:
where [c.sub.1] is a constant of integration. Multiplying (50) by v' and then integrating the resulting equation with respect to we obtain
where [T.sub.riceTime] is the rise time of the transient response; [L.sub.d] is the inductance of the inductive transducer; [C.sub.d] is the total parasitic capacitance; T is the constant of integration of the itself integrating inductive transducer; [R.sub.I] is the sum of own and integrating resistance; [K.sub.n] is the conversion factor; [[mu].sub.0] is the magnetic permeability constant; [[mu].sub.r] is the magnetic permeability of the core material; [phi] is the turns area; w is the turns number; [phi] is the angle between the magnetic field strength vector and the normal to the frame.
where [tau] is the variable of integration and [c.sub.2] is another arbitrary constant of integration. In view of (2.3), we have
where [C.sub.4] is constant of integration. Using (33) the boundary conditions (4) and (5) are transformed to t sin 2[phi] = 0 for [rho] = 1 and t sin 2[phi] = [[tau].sub.f]/[[sigma].sub.0] for [rho] = a, respectively These boundary conditions and (41) combine to give
where z = t - px +(p - 1)y and C is a constant of integration.
where [d.sub.k] is a constant of integration. Calculating the imaginary part of the relation gives
where is constant of integration. In view of all the above discussion and assumptions, equation (5) reduces to Since equation (8) is a nonlinear partial differential equation.
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