electric charge definition

  • noun:
    • the static electric energy of a charged human body; the number of unbalanced good or bad ions in or on an object; calculated in coulombs
    • a quantum few some subatomic particles which determines their particular electromagnetic communications; by meeting the electron has an electric powered fee of -1, the proton +1 and quarks have actually fractional charge
    • the quantity of unbalanced electricity in a body (either positive or unfavorable) and construed as an excess or lack of electrons
    • the static electric energy of a charged human body; the amount of unbalanced good or bad ions in or on an object; assessed in coulombs
    • a quantum range some subatomic particles which determines their electromagnetic interactions; by convention the electron has an electric powered fee of -1, the proton +1 and quarks have actually fractional charge
    • the amount of unbalanced electrical energy in a body (either positive or unfavorable) and construed as an excess or scarcity of electrons
    • the fixed electric energy of a charged human body; the amount of unbalanced positive or bad ions in or on an object; assessed in coulombs
    • a quantum range some subatomic particles which determines their electromagnetic interactions; by meeting the electron has an electrical charge of -1, the proton +1 and quarks have actually fractional cost
    • the quantity of unbalanced electrical energy in a body (either good or unfavorable) and construed as a surplus or lack of electrons
  • others:
    • same as electricity{1}.
    • just like electricity{1}.
    • just like electricity{1}.

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