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 shown in Table 1, an increase of solution conductivity in fact leads to an increase of charge density carried by the moving jet.
The basic physical concept of the present theory is the appearance of a local electric charge density in the vacuum state in which there are quantum mechanical electromagnetic fluctuations.
pH] is the apparent proton surface charge density for a specific pH ([cmol.
These changes in the percentages of urinary CS disaccharides are indicative of a different kind of polysaccharide in PXE-affected patients and healthy carriers compared with healthy individuals, in particular for a greater charge density, calculated as the amount of sulfate groups for disaccharide unit [5.
The solution of such system provides the charge density values (and corresponding current density values) and, therefore, the grounding resistance and potential distribution over soil surface.
Determining the charge density required for killing salmonella and other pathogenic bacteria is part of ongoing studies.
This work now centres on analyzing the microscopic changes taking place within a superconductor when it hits that key temperature where mobile electrons organize into a wave-like periodic structure called a charge density wave.
Furthermore, the microscopic mechanism of charge density wave capture at singular pinning sites will be addressed.
They found five parameters; volumetric charge density, distance between nozzle and collector, initial jet radius, relaxation time, and viscosity, control the diameter of the resulting electrospun fibers.
Included among the key formulation ingredients is N-Hance 4572 polymer, a high charge density, high molecular weight polymer system with better wet-comb and oil-deposition performance than today's commercially available conditioning polymers.
2 we conclude that the line charge density [lambda] and [k.