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charge density

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The electric charge per unit area or per unit volume of a body or of a region of space.

charge density

n
(General Physics) the electric charge per unit volume of a medium or body or per unit area of a surface
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He covers thermoelectric basics, results and discussion based on Rietveld refinements, results and discussion on charge densities derived from the maximum entropy method, and results and discussion based on the pair distribution function.
The dissipation speed helps prevent both high charge densities and rapid discharges and safely neutralizes the charge.
C]--linear charge densities of the phase wires A, B and C, accordingly, in plane perpendicular to the wires and the fence, [[tau].
Caption: FIGURE 5: The charge densities contour plots of perfect (P) configuration, unstable stacking fault (USF) configuration, stacking fault (SF) configuration, and unstable twinning (UT) configuration for pure Mg (a) and Mg-Dy solid solution (b) on the (1010) plane.
Common types of order, such as ferro- and anti-ferromagnetic, are characterized by spin or charge densities modulated on inter-atomic scale, therefore well studied thanks to various scattering experiments.
2-4 that the surface charge densities at different temperatures and concentrations of NaNO3 was found to cross the pH line at the PZC point.
The unifying principle behind all these efforts is to remember that brains are physical objects, and physical objects are defined by the mass charge densities occupying space.
s] are the charge densities at the circumference, C, and the circle, S, respectively.
Agarose gel electrophoresis revealed differences between the resolution degree of fractions and TSPs, as well as in the charge densities of SP fractions obtained from the different extractions (Figure 2).
As the repulsion of the free charges in the jet, exerts the main elongation to the jet [20], the surface and volume charge densities have great influences on the fiber diameters.
Therefore, both the current and charge densities are solutions of a wave equation traveling with a speed of light.
The effects of misalignment are more apparent if the charge densities for the corresponding states are visualized.