Definitions for "Temperature coefficient"
the change in measured value per unit change in temperature. The higher the temperature coefficient the more sensitive the device is to temperature changes.
The ratio of the speeds of a chemical reaction at two temperatures differing by 10°C. It varies with different materials but is generally near 2 (i.e., the reaction rate doubles for each rise of temperature by 10°C), especially for reactions involving water vapor. This value may be connected with the fact that equilibrium vapor pressure nearly (but not quite) doubles for a rise of temperature by 10°C. The temperature coefficient for bacterial action is also near 2.
The effect of ambient temperature changes upon output voltage regulation, expressed as a percentage change per degree of temperature.
indicates the temperature influence in the chemical equilibrium (eg. disassociation) of the solution due to non-linearity of intrinsic salt/chemical property varies from one sample to another (typically 2.1%/°C at 25 °C).
A factor that is used to calculate the decrease in magnetic flux corresponding to an increase in operating temperature. The loss in magnetic flux is recovered when the operating temperature is decreased.
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