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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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x] orbital charge densities for the lowest hole state in the aligned structure and the strongly misaligned structure are shown in Fig.
Figure 12 is an example of contours and transparent surfaces which shows charge densities in a coarser grain way.
6] Daltons but different charge densities of 10, 30, and 50% were tested in the current study.
Comparing the three bitumen recoveries obtained with the use of the three polymers of different charge densities, one finds that the polymer of 30% charge density achieved the highest bitumen recovery.
The charge densities of a 1:1 mixture of XLPE and PVC by contacting particle to particle were +9.
Although attrited particles have larger charge densities than intact particles, a smaller solid flow rate of the former would possibly lead to a corresponding smaller equivalent current [I.
The results reveal that the whipping modes are more unstable for higher charge densities, whereas the axisymmetric modes dominate with low charge density.
New Jersey), and X-135 and LT25 (Ciha Pty Ltd, Sydney) had comparatively higher charge densities (>15% hydrolysis).
For soil with a clay content of 50% (Figs 1 and 4), there was no significant difference between PAMs with different molecular weights and charge densities, but their effectiveness improved with rate of PAM application.
ions, this study was undertaken to determine the layer charge characteristics of several soils from cotton growing regions using a variety of methods, but focussing on the range of interlayer charge densities, as determined by the alkylammonium method.
Smectites are rich in Fe and have high charge densities (0.
As [TABULAR DATA FOR TABLE 1 OMITTED] the electric field normally used is moderate, a linearization of the problem can be performed by assuming that the positive and negative charge densities are not different enough from the corresponding values at the equilibrium.