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charge density

[′chärj ‚den·səd·ē]
(electricity)
The charge per unit area on a surface or per unit volume in space.
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We can relate the potentials and charge densities of the investigated points at any moment of the time by Maxwell equations system [4].
The proposal is consistent with current physics in that stable configurations of mass and charge densities can be identified with elementary particles and presumably aggregated into larger systems.
On the other hand, the in vitro effects of these compounds recorded in coagulation did not occur merely as a function of charge densities (MOURAO, 2004); further studies are necessary to elucidate their structural requirements of anticoagulation action of SPs from C.
x] orbital charge densities for the lowest hole state in the aligned structure and the strongly misaligned structure are shown in Fig.
To date we have not had sufficient time to investigate the effect of using different charge densities on the load relaxation, however.
In these soils, a reduction in the ionic strength of the soil solution is accompanied by a subsequent reduction in both the positive and negative charge densities (Fig.
This relates mostly to molecular weight and charge densities of cationic chemicals, such as ATC, C-PAM, and starch.
Procedure of computation of potentials and charge densities according (4) and (10) involves the iteration until convergence.
The charge densities of XLPE and PVC were decreased as the relative humidity increased in the opposite direction.
In this communication, we use the DLVO theory to calculate, from AFM-measured colloidal forces, surface charge densities and surface potentials for the bitumen-water interface.
Thus, in response to the increased soil solution [mu] resulting from the application of fertiliser, both the positive and negative charge densities are increased in these profiles.