current density


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current density

The amperage divided by the surface area to which it is applied, e.g., in electrosurgery.
See also: density
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The current density was expressed on the basis of the area of membrane in contact with the active bed, i.
Electrodeposition was performed at an applied current density of 50mA/g fibers for 30 min.
9%, depending on the current density chosen for electrodeposition and on the deposition time (Fig.
In combination with the active surface of the copper strike, this geometry provides ideal conditions for subsequent blind microvia filling and permits a higher current density and shorter plating time to be used.
Bernd Neudecker, IPS' chief technology officer, noted, "These outstanding current density and cycle life measurements demonstrate the enormous performance benefits that can be achieved with our unique battery architecture, solid-state electrolyte and proprietary manufacturing process.
The polarization curve of the plating bath without SiC nanoparticles was produced using a model CHI660C potentiostat/galvanostat to preliminarily determine the relationship between the plating process and the plating parameters such as current density, stirring rate, pH value and temperature.
AI -- a company that protects people and the environment with compliance solutions for the oil and gas industry -- designed the RM4210 to help operators identify areas where AC may be a source of corrosion, ensure that AC mitigation systems are working correctly, and quickly know when AC current density conditions change so that mitigation systems can be adjusted.
The corrosion control industry generally considers AC current density to be the most critical factor in predicting AC corrosion risk to pipelines.
A useful mathematical idealization of such a physical cosmic current is a vector field of current density, j, that, when viewed in a cylindrical coordinate system, creates an overall average current vector, I, which, by definition determines the direction of the z-axis.
In each run, approximately 500 mL of total volume of leachate sample poured in the reactor, turn on DC power and ECF process with special current density (1.