bare charge

bare charge

[¦ber ¦chärj]
(ordnance)
An explosive charge without casing prepared for use in determining explosive blast characteristics.
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is the massless bare charge that is related to the electronic charge via e = [[alpha].
Fragmentation is a known source of unexploded material; however, for a bare, or effectively bare charge, experience shows that there is still explosives residue that can be collected.
But there is a problem: while the theory suggests a source for the negative bare charge (-[e.
Theoretically, it is tempting to assume that this added negative charge is the massless bare charge (-[e.
The radius vector r [NOT to be confused with the radius r of equations (2) thru (8)] represents the random excursions of the bare charge about its average position at <r> = 0.
When a free, massless, bare charge e, travels in a straight line at a uniform velocity v its bare Coulomb field [e.
e/[square root of [alpha]]) is the electron's bare charge, e is the laboratory-observed charge, and m is the electron mass.
When a free, massless, bare charge travels in a straight line at a uniform velocity [upsilon], its bare Coulomb field [e.
The charge of the Planck particle is called the bare charge, and it is this bare charge that is the true, unscreened, charge of the electron and the rest of the charged elementary particles.
c) constants, and the string of Compton relations relating the PV and its PPs to the observed elementary particles and their bare charge [e.