charge quantization

charge quantization

[′chärj ‚kwan·tə′zā·shən]
(electricity)
The principle that the electric charge of an object must equal an integral multiple of a universal basic charge.
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Previously, a conjecture describing charged quantization phenomena in water samples that were chromotized, was also developed pertaining to hydrochromotherapy, which conjectured that quantum mechanical dipole moment of water molecules after the absorbance of different visible range electromagnetic radiations in the irradiated water samples may lead to the charge quantization phenomena.
Ohta, "Vacuum structure and chiral charge quantization in the large N limit," Progress of Theoretical Physics, vol.
Azeemi et al Absorption of radiant energy in water - a new conjecture and theory of charge quantization in chromotized water samples.
Is the second quantizing component responsible for the intra-particle mass and charge quantization, for the generational property, as well as the (inter-particle?) quantization of QM?
represent the first tests of charge quantization for the positron and antiproton, which, with the available experimental results, are at a much lower precision than the tests for electrons, protons, and neutrons," the researchers write.