Definition of Richardson–Dushman equation in English:

Richardson–Dushman equation

noun

Physics
  • The Richardson equation, especially in one or other of its later representations.

Origin

1920s; earliest use found in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. From the name of Sir Owen W. Richardson + the name of Saul Dushman, American physicist + equation.

Pronunciation

Richardson–Dushman equation

/ˌrɪtʃəds(ə)nˈdʌʃmən ɪˌkweɪʒn/