acceptor

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one who accepts a draft or a bill of exchange; a drawee after he has accepted
One who accepts
an atom or molecule which can accept an electron to form a chemical bond
a chemical acceptor atom forming a positive hole in a semiconductor
In resonant energy transfer, the molecule that receives the energy transfer and emits a photon
A dopant material, such as boron, which has fewer outer shell electrons than required in an otherwise balanced crystal structure, providing a hole, which can accept a free electron
A group of elements (boron, gallium and indium) used as a dopant to create p-type regions Because these elements have only three electrons in their outer shell and silicon has four, they accept silicon's free electron, raising the region's resistance and causing it to become insulative Contrast donor
A material added as a dopant to a semiconductor to make it p-type by "accepting" valence electrons, leaving "holes" behind in the valence band that can conduct electric charge Boron is an acceptor dopant for silicon
the person (or institution) who accepts a check or draft and becomes responsible for paying the party named in the draft when it matures
An impurity from column III of the periodic table, which adds a mobile hole to silicon, thereby making it more p-type and accepting of electrons Boron is the primary acceptor used to dope silicon Compare donor
(chemistry) in the formation of a coordinate bond it is the compound to which electrons are donated
A business that has qualified to accept credit or debit cards as payment
Same as card acceptor [x924] (see card acceptor)
The party that signs a draft or obligation, thereby agreeing to pay the stated sum at maturity [ITDS]
The person who accepts a bill of exchange drawn on him/her Until he accepts it, he is called the drawee By accepting the bill, the acceptor undertakes to pay the person presenting the bill, the face value of the bill
the person making the acceptance
An element with three valence electrons per atom which when added to a semiconductor crystal provides electron "holes" in the lattice structure of the crystal
The organisation (usually a merchant) which accepts a card (e g in payment)
The Bluetooth device receiving an action from another Bluetooth device The device sending the action is called the initiator The acceptor is typically part of an established link
The organisation (usually a merchant: e g a shop, restaurant or mail order company) that accepts a card in payment
One who accepts one who accepts an order or a bill of exchange; a drawee after he has accepted
{i} one who accepts or receives
the person (or institution) who accepts a check or draft and becomes responsible for paying the party named in the draft when it matures (chemistry) in the formation of a coordinate bond it is the compound to which electrons are donated
An acceptor
accepter
electron acceptor
A substance that accepts electrons during an oxidation-reduction reaction An electron acceptor is an oxidant
electron acceptor
Small inorganic or organic compound that is reduced in a metabolic redox reaction
electron acceptor
A substance that accepts electrons and is reduced during an oxidation-reduction reaction Examples of electron acceptors used by bacteria are oxygen (aerobes), nitrate (nitrate reducing bacteria), sulfate (sulfate reducers)
electron acceptor
Relatively oxidized compounds which gain electrons from electron donors during cellular respiration and oxidation-reduction reactions, resulting in the release of energy to the cell and the reduction of the electron acceptor Microorganisms obtain energy by transferring electrons from electron donors such as organic compounds (or sometimes reduced inorganic compounds such as sulfide) to an electron acceptor Electron acceptors are compounds that are relatively oxidized and include oxygen, nitrate, iron (III), manganese (IV), sulfate, carbon dioxide, or in some cases the chlorinated aliphatic hydrocarbons such as tetrachloroethene (PCE), trichloroethene (TCE), dichloroethene (DCE) and vinyl chloride (VC)
electron acceptor
A compound which accepts electrons during biotic or abiotic chemical reactions and is thereby reduced
electron acceptor
Substance that accepts electrons during an oxidation-reduction reaction An electron acceptor is an oxidant
electron acceptor
A substance that accepts electrons during an oxidation-reduction reaction Examples for bacteria are oxygen (aerobes), nitrate (nitrate reducing bacteria), and sulfate (sulfate reducers)
acceptor