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Q-factor

[ kyoo-fak-ter ]
/ ˈkyuˌfæk tər /
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noun

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Origin of Q-factor

First recorded in 1960–65

Words nearby Q-factor

QE, QED, Q.E.F., Qeshm, Q.F., Q-factor, QFD, Q fever, q.h., qi, Qiana
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British Dictionary definitions for Q-factor

Q factor

noun

a measure of the relationship between stored energy and rate of energy dissipation in certain electrical components, devices, etc, thus indicating their efficiency
Also called: Q value the heat released in a nuclear reaction, usually expressed in millions of electronvolts for each individual reactionSymbol: Q

Word Origin for Q factor

C20: short for quality factor
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