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VGVery Good
VGVideo Game
VGVerwaltungsgericht (German: Administrative Court)
VGVerdens Gang
VGVirgin Islands (British) (ISO country code, top level domain)
VGVector Graphics
VGVolume Group (logical partition of a hard disks or disk array)
VGVideo Guide
VGVacation Guide (various locations)
VGVoltage Gain
VGViscosity Grade (lubrication)
VGVoice Grade
VGVertical Gyro
VGVirtual Goods
VGVacuum Gauge
VGVanguard Saga of Heroes (gaming)
VGVicar General (religious)
VGVolume Graphics (computer graphics)
VGVicar-General
VGVariable Geometry
VGVortex Generator (aviation/aerospace)
VGVoice Gateway
VGVoice Gateway (Cisco)
VGVisible Gold (mineral exploration)
VGVarsity Girls (various schools)
VGViewer's Guide
VGValue Global
VGVertical Grain
VGVelocity Group
VGGate Voltage
VGView Graph
VGVerdict Guilty
VGVoter's Guide
VGVillain Group (supergroup type of the game City of Villains)
VGVerfuegungsgebaeude
VGVertical-Gradient
VGLight Transport Plane (US Navy)
VGVital Gaming (gaming community)
VGGround Velocity
VGVictory Gundam (anime)
VGVerbi Gratia (Latin: For Example)
VGVirum Gymnasium
VGVereniging Golfkarton (sector organization of the Dutch corrugated board industry)
VGVraie Grandeur
VGVesicula Germinativa (Portugese)
VGVariable Geometric
VGVertical (Edge) Grain (lumber industry)
VGVital Grandin Catholic School
VGVacation Grant
VGVariable Geometry Rotor
VGVirtual Ginza
VGVibration Greatness
VGVandeveer Garzia, PC (Law Firm Troy, MI)
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2b shows the variation of the spin polarization, SP, with the frequency of the induced photon at different values of gate voltage, [V.sub.g].
where [V.sub.GS] is the DC gate voltage and A is the magnitude of the applied input voltage.
The phase shift across a set of components ([C.sub.L], [C.sub.R], [C.sub.gsp], [L.sub.R]) is 90[degrees] so that the phase shift of the coupling varactor-inductor loop is 360[degrees] and the waveforms of gate voltages (and drain voltages) of pMOSFETs are quadrature.
Figure 4 on the right also shows the current-voltage characteristics of the OPV7 molecule with oxygen linkers at different gate voltages. N-type behavior in conduction can be observed as the positive gate voltage enhances the current [23].
In the measurement, the G-FET device was provided with a varying gate voltage [V.sub.gs] from -0.6 to 0.6 V with the scanning step of 0.025 V by an Ag/AgCl electrode and a constant voltage of 0.01 V was provided between drain and source electrodes.
To begin the analysis we decompose the total and constant gate voltage drop, [V.sub.GC], into several contributions: (1) [V.sub.FB], the flat-band voltage drop arising from the difference in Fermi level between the n-doped MESFET channel and the p-type substrate which is assumed constant with temperature, (2) [V.sub.COx], the potential difference between the channel and the BOX alluded to previously, (3) AV, the capacitive voltage drop on the BOX, and (4) [[phi].sub.dep], the voltage drop through the depletion region of the substrate.
5(a), it is clear that extrapolating the nonlinear [C.sub.iss] values based solely on a 2D plot at a certain drain or gate voltage would be inappropriate, because the nonlinear [C.sub.iss] can either increase or decrease at different drain or gate voltages.
The gate-source capacitance ([C.sub.gs]) is defined as the change in total charge with the change in gate voltage. It is mainly due to the 2DEG in the normal operating region and is given as
In general, the drain current, [I.sub.D], as a function of the drain voltage, [V.sub.D], and gate voltage, [V.sub.GS] is given by
Hence, the gate voltage of the DTFT connected to the signal holding capacitor [C.sub.s] is also reset for initialization.
This property is due to the finite-size effect and geometry of the zigzag-edge graphene nanoribbons, Saffarzadeh explains."By applying a gate voltage, the type of spin current can be switched from spin-up to spin-down or vice versa," Saffarzadeh says.
The Fano factor F Eq.(9) has been computed numerically as a function of the gate voltage [V.sub.g] magnetic field B and function of the frequency [[omega].sub.Soc] due to spin-orbit coupling.