charge density


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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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As noted in Figure 5, if a charge is placed on an insulative surface, it will create an immediate high charge density at the point of contact, and that charge will have minimal decay over time.
g]--the distance between the charge density of some phase and the charge density of neighbouring phase image, [d.
Understanding the relation of nematicity to charge density wave order, superconductivity and an individual material's crystalline structure could prove important to identifying the origins of the superconducting and so-called pseudogap phases.
In general, the three typical energies can be modified by addition of alloying atoms because alloying atoms could disturb the local environment of matrix atoms such as strain field and charge density [12-16].
This is because the negative surface charges and charge density, as well as the electrostatic interactions among the counterions, do not change.
The field and potential distribution distorted by the presence of the floating wire were calculated using the Charge Simulation Method (CSM); that is, the charge density along the triggering wire was fixed to a certain value empirically.
I fear we will soon reach a point where battery charge density peaks, where motor efficiency plateaus, and much more than an hour or two of low-powered flight remains elusive.
In high density and high voltage 3D trench capacitors, deep trench structures coated with ultra-thin high-k oxide and metallic layers enable superior voltage and charge density properties.
They include changing perspectives on charge density waves, something that could breathe new life into the field of high temperature superconductors.