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Drawee

The party who is directed to pay as specified in a draft.

Drawee

1. The party, often a bank, directed to pay the stated amount to the payee on a draft or check.

2. The party to whom a bill of exchange is addressed. A drawee, in this sense, is also called an acceptor.
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Those formulas are based on the assumption here, that the probing acceptor concentration A is much lower than the chosen (operating) donor concentration D.
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The first acceptor passes its charge to the ultimate acceptor instead of back to the donor.
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