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free charge

[¦frē ′chärj]
(electricity)
Electric charge which is not bound to a definite site in a solid, in contrast to the polarization charge.
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The massive free charge then exhibits an exchange type of scattering [3, p.
The decrease of bacterial adhesion with increase of TiN coatings thickness is attributed to the decrease of surface free charge carriers due to inward diffusion into bulk of the coatings.
Count Alessandro Volta, an Italian physicist and pioneer in electricity, is credited with making the fast battery, notes the nonprofit Rechargeable Battery Recycling Corporation in its free Charge Up to Recycle
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This higher resolution is made possible through the use of a superconducting sensor that excites 1,000 times more free charges than is possible in a semiconductor-based sensor.
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BRE will see a profit from the station after the initial 200 free charges.
As the cloud becomes more polarized, positive charges at the bottom of the cloud and negative ions at the top attract free charges of opposite sign from the air.