self-charge

self-charge

[¦self ¦chärj]
(quantum mechanics)
A contribution to a particle's electric charge arising from the vacuum polarization in the neighborhood of the bare charge.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Car owners can drop off their Teslas at the valet desk for assistance in charging or opt to self-charge. A type two charging unit, these stations allows for a recharge range of 85-100 KwH, averaging between three to four hours charge time depending on the battery level.
You can either self-charge the battery from the AC wall adapter or from your laptops USB port.
However, a manager's qualified capital interest will not be precluded from such treatment where an allocation discrepancy results from a failure to self-charge carry and management fees.
In contrast to conventional theory, an integrated radial force balance can further be established in which the electron is prevented from "exploding" under the action of its net self-charge. Through a combination of variational analysis and an investigation of the radial force balance, a value of the electronic charge has been deduced which deviates by only one percent from that obtained in experiments.
These include the existence of a steady particle state, the unexplained point-charge-like geometry, the question of infinite self-energy and the associated physical concept of renormalization with extra added counter terms [3], the lack of radial force balance of the electron under the action of its self-charge [4], and its unexplained quantized charge.
Enhancements to the circulation module include alerts for arrived holds, enhancements to the circulation accounting cash points function, and new capabilities available in the 3M Self-Charge interface to support check-in, renewal, and payments.
Anyone affiliated with SIUC, including students, faculty, and staff, can self-charge, renew, or recall items from any of the member libraries through an easy-to-use pop-up box that facilitates the procedure.
Despite the small return, the results give an indication of the use of the self-charge feature and patron satisfaction.
Exhibit 2: J's recharacterized self-charge interest $6,000 x $10500/Greater of $10,500 or $6,000 = $6 000
The cards are compatible with existing EMV or contactless payment terminals, and the biometric sensor self-charges when the card is in the payment terminal.
This year, these companies have developed a wide array of products, including an 3.2kw intelligent power storage system that automatically self-charges at off-peak time and discharges at peak time; a 260kw emergency power supply system; 1,500-4,000 mAh polymer battery for mobile devices; and batteries for information and communication technology, electric tool, and electric-vehicle applications.