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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Instability analysis of an electrically driven jet reveals that the applied voltage, solution surface tension, and jet charge density play important roles in determining the type of instabilities.
A revised Lorentz invariant electromagnetic theory leading beyond Maxwell's equations, and to a form of extended quantum electrodynamics, has been elaborated on the basis of a nonzero electric charge density and a nonzero electric field divergence in the vacuum state.
Finally, as in harmonic steady state analysis, the solution may be performed by a splitting process of the variables, The results are obtained in terms of charge density, electric field, and current density.
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This scaling is independent of the ionic strength, the solvent quality, the molecular weight, and the charge density.
Besides, adhesion bonding in the thermoplastic binder + fiber filler system becomes stronger owing to electrostatic interaction between the components, as well as to a greater effective charge density of the double electric layer.
Calculation of point of zero net proton charge density and point of zero net charge
Normally, these conveyors are too small and compact for a critical charge density, but, if a borderline case is suspected, precise measures to prevent this are determined through extensive testing.
12), and a change in the electronic nature and charge density of the allylic species, resulting in increased vinyl enchainment (ref.
Inadequate conditioning will reduce the charge density on the glass and resin, resulting in less than optimal palladium (activator adsorption).
With the exception of cheratan sulfate and hyaluronic acid (hyaluronate), they are sulfated heteropolysaccharides of alternating copolymers of uronic acids and amino sugars, with different degrees of charge density attributable to sulfate groups that vary in amount and are linked in different positions.
is the position of any point over S, whose charge density is [[eta].