charge density


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charge density

n.
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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The spatial charge density distributions as a whole in the unit cell for all the synthesized samples were analyzed thoroughly using maximum entropy method.
V] obtained with allowance for (2) and (3) corresponds to the experimental data for the mean value of the space charge density in a thunderstorm cloud [3, 7].
Recently, some theories have been established to analyze the electro-osmotic transport in a polyelectrolyte-grafted nanochannel with pH-dependent charge density [13] and in a nanocapillary coated with polyelectrolytes [14].
EKV, ACM), the Vth is the VG value associated to the threshold inversion charge density ([Q'.
which relates the potentials of a free charged particle moving with velocity v, as can be verified from the corresponding current density J = [rho]v, where [rho] is charge density, together with
There is an urgent need to process polyelectrolytes into NPMs that critically combine a high charge density with nanoporous morphology.
The modelling indicated that the most important explanatory factors for the cell volume increase were the pericellular fixed charge density, i.
If a charge is introduced to a surface by triboelectric charging, it will produce a different level of charge density that will behave differently depending on the surface type.
T]--the induced linear charge density in the grounded fence in same plane, [[tau].
Recent breakthroughs in high-temperature superconductivity have revealed a complex competition between the superconductive state and charge density wave order fluctuations.
Where, A is a polyoxyethylene alkyl ether sulfate; B is a cation group-containing polymer having a cationic charge density of from 4.