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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Grinding aids are basically the liquid solution detailed as water-based solution of natural compounds with high charge density, for example, esters of glycols, glycols, and carboxylates or alkanolamines.
All AcQMap systems retain the unique ability to quickly reconstruct atrial anatomy using ultrasound and map electrical patterns using non-contact, charge density technology, creating ultra-high-resolution 3D images in real time.
sup....]H-F occurs exactly in the middle of the [pi] cloud of the acetylene, and as already aforementioned, the charge density of the [pi] clouds is transferred to the anti-bonding orbital [[sigma].sup.*](HF) of the hydrogen fluoride [106].
AcQMap uses high-resolution ultrasound imaging and charge density mapping to create a clear visual display of the patient's cardiac anatomy and arrhythmia conduction pattern in real time, informing ablation strategy beyond the pulmonary vein.
The strategy to eliminate the unfavorable particle resin interactions in such coating systems is to increase the surface cationic charge density, generating a more stable fumed silica system.
Polarity, because of unevenness in electron distribution, is depicted by a gathering of properties, such as dipole moment, hydrogen-bonding capacity, charge density and bulk properties like surface tension and dielectric constant [13].
The PZC values for the calcined substrates lies between 6 and 7.2 and the PZC in calcined substrates shifts from 6.4 to 7 because of the alkaline treatment which creates a greater negative charge density on the substrate surface due to the oxides deprotonation reaction.
Unfortunately, there's little suggestion that it's even possible to hit the integrated circuit stage where we'd get orders of magnitude more charge density. Sure, it could happen, and I hope it does.
The use of thin platinum or PtIr foil contacts, welded or pressed on to the ends of the lead wires, has addressed these fundamental issues and created the opportunity for a wide range of electrode shape, mechanical flexibility, and greater control of charge density. Critical manufacturing considerations in working with these wire leads and contact assemblies include reliable weld or press connections at the stimulator end of the lead and at the contact, strain relief of these connection points, avoidance of damaging stress, bending and abrasion during assembly, and secure holding of the contact foils in the elastomer carrier even when the electrode is subject to repeated bending.
Then he details the Rietveld refinement analytic technique, electronic charge density distribution, and local structure analysis.
It minimises dead volume of the battery, maximises charge density, and --because of the short diffusion distances between electrodes--it also substantially enhances power density.
with Q the total accelerated charge density on the wire associated with a particular [absolute value of ([E.sub.[parallel]])].