electrization


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electrization

[i‚lek·trə′zā·shən]
(electricity)
The electric polarization divided by the permittivity of empty space.
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This circumstance will also be facilitated by the fact that, taking into account the previously noted bipolar character of the electrization of solid dielectric particles in the air atmosphere [3], large-scale regions with excessive negative (with an excess of electrons) and positive (with a lack of electrons) by electric charges.
In this case, the proposed electrophysical mechanisms for the formation and development of a thundercloud in the terrestrial troposphere are in fact additional to the known mechanisms for the accumulation of electric charges in it, based on the atmospheric electrization of shallow water droplets in warm ascending air currents.
e], we did not take into account the electric charges with their energy, formed in a thundercloud cloud with the known processes of electrization of shallow water droplets and crystallization of cloudy water vapor [3].
A new hypothesis is presented with the scientific justification for the possible existence of additional mechanisms for the formation, accumulation and separation of electric charges in the atmospheric clouds of our planet based on the electrization in warm ascending air currents of small round solid dielectric particles of radius [r.
0] [approximately equal to] 985 m and stored in it electrical energy We indicate that the atmospheric electrization of small fine solid particles with radius [r.