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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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Briefly, it means that the variations in the charge density of the [pi] clouds of acetylene, ethylene and cyclopropane may unveil the profile of the intermolecular energy, and thereby, the strongest bound system shall be revealed [142].
Flocculation in a cationic coating system with low charge density cationic silica and a cationic polymer latex.
The activated substrate enhances the adsorption reaction due to the grater negative charge density created after oxides deprotonation through alkaline treatment.
If charge, or charge density on the electrode contact surface, is too high for a given electrode, irreversible electrochemical reactions may occur.
This is obtained from the dipole's radial electric field (charge density) and azimuthal magnetic field (current density) using NEC.
At the interface between the substrate and the dielectric barrier, as on the interfacial surfaces, a double electric layer arises as a result of the interaction of the contacting phases due to excess surface energy [4] with the corresponding electric potential, surface charge density, capacity [5-7].
* The scalar charge density profile, [rho](r), that exists within the FAC.
Electrode Charge Density, Capacitance and Stored Energy Capacity
In this paper, we present first-principles calculations of adhesion energy, relaxation energy, density of states, and total charge density of Ge(111)/4H-SiC(0001) interface and Ge(110)/4H-SiC(0001) interface, while analysing the electronic structure, geometry property, and the corresponding physical picture.
This early model predicted a constant differential capacitance value dependent on the permittivity of the electrolyte solution [[epsilon].sub.e] and the thickness of the double layer d but independent of the surface charge density.
The potential is the zeta potential, and the charge density around the polarizable solid is shown in Figure 5.
Figure 4 shows the mobility and surface charge density of the thin film obtained through the Hall measurement of thin films S1 to S6; the mobility of S1-S6 was 11.9, 7.41, 7.31, 10.2, 8.24, and 3.39, respectively.