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CA Index Guide (Appendix I) 1994

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Subject Headings 13-15

A publication of the Chemical Abstracts Service published by the American Chemical Society, and reproduced here with permission from the Chemical Abstracts Service.

13. ELECTRICITY AND ELECTRIC PROPERTY
a              Dielectric property                                        
               * Dielectric constant and dispersion                       
               * * Dielectric loss                                        
               * * Optical nonlinear property                             
                      susceptibility                                      
               * Dielectric polarization                                  
               * * Clausius-Mosotti law                                   
               * * Curie-Weiss law                                        
               * * Dielectric depolarization                              
               * * Dielectric relaxation                                  
               * * Electrets                                              
               * * Ferroelectricity                                       
               * * * Barkhausen effect                                    
               * * * Ferroelectric domain                                 
               * * Magnetoelectric effect                                 
               * * Memory effect, chemical and physical                   
               * * Multipole moment                                       
               * * * Dipole moment                                        
               * * * Quadrupole moment                                    
               * * Piezoelectricity                                       
               * * * Flexoelectricity                                     
b              * * * Piezomagnetoelectric effect                          
               * * Polarizability                                         
               * * * Inductive effect                                     
               * * * Polar effect                                         
               * * * Polarity                                             
               * * * * Polarity index                                     
               * * Pyroelectricity                                        
               * Dielectric strength                                      
               Electric activation                                        
               Electric activity                                          
               * Galvanotaxis                                             
               * Signal transduction, biological                          
               Electric charge                                            
               * Electric capacitance                                     
               * Electric double layer                                    
               * Ionic potential                                          
               * Multipole                                                
               * * Dipole                                                 
               * * * Electric resonance absorption                        
               ** Quadrupole                                              
c              * * * Quadrupole coupling                                  
               * * * Quadrupole relaxation                                
               * * * * Nuclear quadrupole resonance                       
               * Nuclear charge                                           
               * Screening, electronic and nuclear                        
               * * Debye screening                                        
               * Space charge                                             
               * Thermodielectric effect                                  
               * Virtual cathode                                          
               Electric energy                                            
               * Power                                                    
               Electric field                                             
               * Crystal field                                            
               * Dielectric polarization                                  
               * Electric discharge                                       
               * * Debye screening                                        
               * * Electric arc                                           
               * * * Lightning                                            
               * * Electric breakdown                                     
               * * * Dielectric strength                                  
d              * * * Zener breakdown                                      
               * * Electric corona                                        
               * * Electric spark                                         
               * * Joshi effect                                           
               * * Plasma                                                 
               * * * Nuclear fusion reactor fuels and                     
                               plasmas                                    
               * * * Pinch effect                                         
               * * Sputtering                                             
               * Electric field gradient                                  
               * Electric inductance                                      
               * Electric potential                                       
               * * Chemical potential                                     
                        electro-                                          
               * * Electric breakdown                                     
               * * * Dielectric strength                                  
               * * Electric ground                                        
               * * Electric shock                                         
               * * Electrocapillarity                                     
               * * Electrokinetic potential                               
               * * Electromotive force series                             
               * * Hall effect                                            
e              * * * Photomagnetoelectric effect                          
               * * Ionization potential and energy                        
               * * Overvoltage                                            
               * * Photovoltaic effect                                    
               * * * Photomagnetoelectric effect                          
               * * Potentiometry                                          
               * * * Chronopotentiometry                                  
               * * Thermoelectricity                                      
               * * * Magnetothermoelectric effect                         
               * Electrocaloric effect                                    
               * Electrodiffusion                                         
               * Electrography                                            
               * * Electrothermographic copying                           
               * Electromechanical effect                                 
               * * Electrostriction                                       
               * * Piezoelectricity                                       
               * * Piezoresistance                                        
               * Electron emission                                        
                      field                                               
               * Electrooptical effect                                    
                      [See Heirarchy 36]                                  
               * Electrophotography                                       
f              * Electroporation                                          
               * Energy level splitting                                   
               * * Stark effect                                           
               * Fluid mechanics                                          
                       electrohydraulics                                  
               * * Flow                                                   
                         electrohydrodynamic                              
               * * * Electrohydrodynamics                                 
               * Ionization in gases                                      
                         field                                            
               * Ionization in liquids                                    
                         field                                            
               * Ionization in solids                                     
                         field                                            
               * Luminescence, electro-                                   
               * * Gudden-Pohl effect                                     
               * Magnetoelectric effect                                   
               * Memory effect, chemical and physical                     
               * Precipitation, electric                                  
               Electric transport property                                
               * Acoustoelectric effect                                   
               * * Acoustomagnetoelectric effect                          
               * Electric current                                         
               * * Amperometry                                            
               * * * Chronoamperometry                                    
g              * * Coulometry                                             
               * * * Chronocoulometry                                     
               * * Electric admittance                                    
               * * Electric amplification                                 
               * * Electric conductivity and conduction                   
               * * * Electric conductivity transitions                    
               * * * Onsager equation                                     
               * * * Photoconductivity and                                
                              Photoconduction                             
               * * * * Joshi effect                                       
               * * * * Magnetophotoconductivity                           
               * * * * Photomagnetoelectric effect                        
               * * * Size effect                                          
               * * * Superconductivity                                    
               * * * * Proximity effect                                   
               * * * Transference number                                  
               * * * Tunneling                                            
               * * * Walden products                                      
               * * * Wiedemann-Franz law                                  
               * * Electric current carriers                              
               * * * (Carrier generation and decay)                       
               * * * * Electron acceptors                                 
h              * * * * Electron donors                                    
               * * * * Electron emission                                  
               * * * * * Photoelectric emission                           
               * * * * * Work function                                    
               * * * * Ionization, photo                                  
               * * * * Ionization in gases                                
               * * * * Ionization in liquids                              
               * * * * Ionization in solids                               
               * * * * Recombination                                      
               * * * * * Recombination of electron with                   
                                 hole                                     
               * * * * * * Auger process                                  
               * * * * * Recombination of electron with                   
                                 ion                                      
               * * * * Trapping and Traps                                 
               * * * Electron                                             
               * * * * Electron, conduction                               
               * * * * * Electron, solvated                               
               * * * * * Electron bubble                                  
               * * * * * Electron gas                                     
               * * * * * Electron-hole plasma                             
               * * * * * * Magnetoplasma effect                           
               * * * * * * * Helicon                                      
               * * * * * Electron liquid                                  
               * * * * * Electron-phonon interaction                      
               * * * * * * Charge-density wave                            
               * * * * * * Umklapp process                                
               * * * * Electron beam                                      
                             [See Hierarchy 341]                          
               * * * (lons)                                               
               * * * * Anions                                             
               * * * * Cations                                            
               * * * * Ion pairs                                          
               * * * * Ions in gases                                      
               * * * * * Ion beams                                        
               * * * * * * Heavy-ion beams                                
               * * * * * * Ion gcattering spectroscopy                    
               * * * * Ions in liquids                                    
               * * * * * Ionic strength                                   
               * * * * Ions in solids                                     
               * * * * Radical ions                                       
               * * * Quasiparticles and Excitations                       
               * * * * Exciton                                            
               * * * * Hole                                               
               * * * * Plasmon                                            
               * * * * Polaron                                            
               * * Electric current-potential                             
                           relationship                                   
               * * * Gunn effect                                          
               * * * Negative resistance                                  
               * * * Poole-Frenkel effect                                 
               * * * Voltammetry                                          
               * * * * Polarography                                       
               * * Electric impedance                                     
               * * Electric noise                                         
               * * Electric rectification                                 
               * * Electric resistance                                    
               * * * Kondo effect                                         
               * * * Magnetoresistance                                    
               * * * * De Haag-Shubnikov effect                           
               * * * Matthiessen's law                                    
               * * * Negative resistance                                  
               * * * Piezoresistance                                      
               * * Electric skin effect                                   
               * * Electric switches and switching                        
k              * Electrodialysis                                          
               * Electrodiffusion                                         
               * * Iontophoresis                                          
               * Electrokinetic phenomena                                 
               * * Electroosmosis                                         
               * * Electrophoresis and Ionophoresis                       
               * * * Dielectrophoresis                                    
               * * * Isoelectric focusing                                 
               * Hall effect                                              
               * Senftleben effect                                        
               * Thermoelectricity                                        
               * * Magnetothermoelectric effect                           
                   Electrochemistry                                       
               * Analysis                                                 
                            electrochem.                                  
                                   [See Hierarchy 2]                      
               * Corrosion                                                
               * Electrolysis                                             
               * * Electrodeposition and Electroplating                   
               * * Electrode reaction                                     
               * * * Electromotive force series                           
               * * * Reaction                                             
                              electrochem.                                
                                    [See Hierarchy 50]                    
               * * Transfer coefficient                                   
               * Electrolytic polarization                                
               * * Electrolytic depolarization                            
               * * Electrode effect                                       
               * * * Anode effect                                         
               * * * Cathode effect                                       
               Electromagnetic wave                                       
                                   [See Hierarchy 141]                    
               Electronics                                                
               * Electronic device packaging                              
               Engineering                                                
                         elec.                                            
               Force                                                      
               Magnetic property and Magnetism                            
                                   electro-                               
                                        [See Hierarchy 27]                
               Photoelectric property                                     
               * Ionization, photo-                                       
               * Photoconductivity and                                    
                                Photoconduction                           
               * * Joshi effect                                           
               * * Magnetophotoconductivity                               
               * Photoelectric emission                                   
               * * Photoelectron spectroscopy                             
               *Photomagnetoelectric effect                               
m              * Photovoltaic effect                                      

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14. ELECTROMAGNETIC WAVE
a              Absorptivity                                               
               Beamstrahlung                                              
               Blackbody                                                  
               * Emissivity                                               
               Bremsstrahlung                                             
               Channeling radiation                                       
               Cherenkov radiation                                        
               Cyclotron radiation                                        
               Diffraction                                                
               * Diffractometry                                           
               Doppler effect                                             
               Electromagnetic field                                      
               Gamma ray                                                  
               * Annihilation radiation                                   
               * Moessbauer effect                                        
               * * Moessbauer spectrometry                                
               Helicon                                                    
               Holography                                                 
               Infrared radiation                                         
                       [See Hierarchy 36]                                 
               Interference                                               
b              * Interferometry                                           
               Laser radiation                                            
                        [See Hierarchy 36]                                
               Light                                                      
                         [See Hierarchy 36]                               
               Luminosity                                                 
               Microscopy                                                 
               * Metallography                                            
               * Resinography                                             
               Microwave                                                  
               * Communication                                            
               * Cyclotron resonance                                      
               * Electric resonance absorption                            
               * Electron spin resonance                                  
               * * Electron nuclear double resonance                      
               * * Electron nuclear triple resonance                      
               * Gunn effect                                              
               * Maser radiation                                          
               * Microwave spectra                                        
               * * Microwave spectrometry                                 
               Photoelectric property                                     
                          [See Hierarchy 13]                              
               Photon                                                     
c              * Polariton                                                
               Quantum electrodynamics                                    
               Radio wave                                                 
               * Communication                                            
               * Cyclotron resonance                                      
               * Electric resonance absorption                            
               * Nuclear magnetic resonance                               
               * * Atomic beam magnetic resonance                         
               * * Nuclear magnetic resonance                             
                          spectrometry                                    
               * * Overhauser effect                                      
               * * * Overhauser spectrometry                              
               * Nuclear quadrupole resonance                             
               * * Nuclear quadrupole resonance                           
                          spectrometry                                    
               * Radar                                                    
               * Radio-wave spectra                                       
               * * Radio-wave spectrometry                                
               Scattering                                                 
               * Compton effect                                           
               * Thomson scattering                                       
               Spectra                                                    
d              * Fine structure constant                                  
               * g-factor                                                 
               * Oscillator strength                                      
               * Spectrometry                                             
               * * Nuclear spectrometry                                   
               * * Photoelectron spectroscopy                             
               * * Spectrochemical analysis                               
               * Stark effect                                             
               * Zeeman effect                                            
               Superradiance                                              
               Synchrotron radiation                                      
               Transition radiation                                       
               Ultraviolet radiation                                      
                          [See Hierarchy 36]                              
               Vacuum polarization                                        
               X-ray                                                      
               * Atomic scattering factor                                 
               * Borrmann effect                                          
               * Debye-Waller temperature factor                          
               * X-ray analysis                                           
               * * Electron microprobe analysis                           
e              * X-ray spectra                                            
               * * X-ray spectrometry                                     

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15. ELEMENTS
a              Antielements                                               
               Isotopes                                                   
               Main-group elements                                        
               Metals                                                     
               * Alkali metals                                            
               * Alkaline earth metals                                    
               * Group IIIA elements                                      
               * Group IVA elements                                       
               * Group VA elements                                        
               * Metallic fibers                                          
               * Metallic glasses                                         
               * Transition metals                                        
               * * Group IB elements                                      
               * * Group IIB elements                                     
               * * Group IIIB elements                                    
               * * * Actinides                                            
               * * * * Transuranium elements                              
               * * * * * Transfermium elements                            
               * * * * * * Superheavy elements                            
               * * * Rare earth metals                                    
b              * * Group IVB elements                                     
               * * Group VB elements                                      
               * * Group VIB elements                                     
               * * Group VIIB elements                                    
               * * Group VIII elements                                    
               * * * Platinum-group metsls                                
               Mineral elements                                           
               Nonmetals                                                  
               * Group IVA elements                                       
               * * Carbon fibers                                          
               * Group VA elements                                        
               * Group VIA elements                                       
               * Halogens                                                 
               * Helium-group gases                                       
               Radioelements                                              
               Semimetals                                                 
               Trace elements                                             

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