## Growth Factors for Analysing Exponential Data - This page is in the process of development

Video Tutorials - Applications in science

Video Tutorials - Applications in science

- Radioactivity decay - Half life:-
*A*=_{t}*A*_{0}exp(-0.693*t*/*T*_{1/2}) - Bacterial colony decay - Decimal reduction time:-
*N*=_{t}*N*_{0}exp(-2.303*t*/*T*_{D}) - Baterial growth - Generation time:-
*N*=_{t}*N*_{0}exp(+0.693*t*/*T*_{G}) - Capacitor discharge - Decay time:-
*V*_{t }=*V*_{0}exp(-*t*/*τ*)

QVA Tutorials (questions + video answers):

QVA Tutorials (questions + video answers):

These short quizzes (5 - 10 questions each, with video feedback) provide a quick way of checking and increasing your real understanding of using growth factors for the analysis of exponential data.

- Choosing the correct method of analysis (Example quiz)

Background Theory

Toggle the links below to select different aspects of the theory of using a **growth factor, F**, for the analysis of exponential data.

Radioactive Decay – Half Life, *T*_{1/2}

Bacterial Decay – Decimal Reduction Time, *T*_{D},

Bacterial Growth - Generation Time, *T*_{G}.

Capacitor Discharge – Decay Constant, *τ*.