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What is a "transient" state?

Transient state can be defined as a state in which $\frac{\text{d} \rho}{\text{dt}} \neq 0$, which, in an Ising Model MCMC (or any step-based) simulation, could be translated to $\frac{\text{d} M}{\...
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Difference between "electrical" and "electronic"?

Electrical or electronic conductivity could refer to the device that is conducting. Electrical devices have electrical conductivity. Electronic devices have electronic conductivity. A good generic ...
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Difference between "electrical" and "electronic"?

Electric conductivity can be created by particles other than electrons (like ions in solution), or by electrons moving in some more sophisticated way than straightforward (hole conductivity in ...
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What is a "transient" state?

The excerpt that you gave us defines a steady state as one in which the state is not changing ($\frac{\textrm{d}\rho}{\textrm{d}t} = 0$) and a transient state in which the state is changing ($\frac{\...
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Difference between "electrical" and "electronic"?

The adjective electric refers to the current (a technical quantity), while electronic, especially if used in contrast, refers to the fermionic particle.

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