critical stability

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  • Plasma stability — An important field of plasma physics is the stability of the plasma. It usually only makes sense to analyze the stability of a plasma once it has been established that the plasma is in equilibrium. Equilibrium asks whether there are net forces… …   Wikipedia

  • Directional stability — is stability of a moving body or vehicle about an axis which is perpendicular to its direction of motion. Stability of a vehicle concerns itself with the tendency of a vehicle to return to its original direction in relation to the oncoming medium …   Wikipedia

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  • Dispersion stability — Dispersions are unstable from the thermodynamic point of view, however, they can be kinetically stable over a large period of time, which determines their shelf life. This time span needs to be measured in order to ensure the best product quality …   Wikipedia

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