To place within or upon any firearm, piece of apparatus or machinery, the quantity it is intended and fitted to hold or bear; to load; to fill; as, to charge a gun; to charge an electrical machine, etc.
That quantity, as of ammunition, electricity, ore, fuel, etc., which any apparatus, as a gun, battery, furnace, machine, etc., is intended to receive and fitted to hold, or which is actually in it at one time
Stored energy in a battery or capacitor that is discharged as electrical energy.
It is the quantity of electric energy.
Usually refers to the degree or type of electrical property carried by a substrate.
(1) To replenish or replace the electrical charge in a secondary cell or storage battery; and (2) to store electrical energy in a capacitor.
An intrinsic property of matter that causes it to produce an electric field and, when it is moving, a magnetic field, and to feel a force due to these fields as well.
(electrical), see electric charge
An excess or absence of electrons on the surface of an object. An excess of electrons causes the object to be negatively charged relative to ground. An absence of electrons causes an object to be positively charged.
The quantity of electricity carried by a body or the statement that a body carries an electrical charge which might not be quantified.
the basic electrical property of matter. Usual symbol , occasionally . There are two kinds of charge which we call positive and negative. Of the particles which constitute atoms, every proton has a positive charge of +, every electron has a charge of -, while neutrons have no charge. (The value is often called the electron charge rather than the proton charge because the electron was discovered before the proton.) Normally the total charge of an atom is zero; the number of protons in the nucleus is equal to the number of electrons in the atom; the atom is electrically neutral. Charge does not exist independently of matter.
The process of replenishing or replacing the electrical charge in a rechargeable cell or battery.
The amount of unbalanced electricity in a system. Either positive or negative.
A quantity carried by a particle that determines its participation in an interaction process. A particle with electric charge has electrical interactions; one with strong charge (or color charge) has strong interactions, etc.
A given quantity of electricity.
Electric charge held by a battery at a given time. Also the term "to charge a battery", refers to filling the battery up with electric charge for the remainder of the capacity.
A numerical rating of how strongly an object participates in electrical forces.
Measured in Coulombs or factions thereof.
the quantity of unbalanced electricity in a body (either positive or negative) and construed as an excess or deficiency of electrons; "the battery needed a fresh charge"
(psychoanalysis) the libidinal energy invested in some idea or person or object; "Freud thought of cathexis as a psychic analog of an electrical charge"
cause formation of a net electrical charge in or on; "charge a conductor"
energize a battery by passing a current through it in the direction opposite to discharge; "I need to charge my car battery"
a full-energy therapy or capacitor reformation
An electrical property of matter that exists because of an excess or a deficiency of electrons. Charge can be either positive or negative.
Describes an object's ability to repel or attract other objects. Protons have positive charges while electrons have negative charges. Like charges repel each other while opposite charges, such as protons and electrons, attract one another.
physical property of matter that can give rise to an electric force of attraction or repulsion
The electrical property of matter that is responsible for creating electric fields. Charge is either positive or negative.
Is a fundamental quantity of matter and is measured in Coulomb.
fundamental property of matter (measured in Coulombs in the metric system) which determines the electromagnetic force an object exerts; macroscopically, excess protons or electrons in an object
A group of electrically charged particles. Can be either positive or negative. Positive particles repel each other, just as negative particles repel each other. Positive particles are attracted to negative particles. Lightning is caused by accumulated charges that are attracted to opposite charges.
The process of putting energy into the battery.
Passing direct current through a battery in the direction opposite to that of discharge, in order to put back the energy used on discharge.
The process of restoring electrical energy to a cell or battery, in the process increasing the cell voltage.
A characteristic of matter responsible for all electric phenomena, particularly the force of the electromagnetic interaction occurring between two forms of matter that are considered either positive or negative; a measurement of this characteristic.
The electrical state of an atom or molecule (positive, negative, or neutral) according to the ratio of protons (positively charged) to electrons (negatively charged).
The conversion of electrical energy, provided in the form of a current from an external source, into chemical energy within a cell or battery.
The process of adding electrical energy to a battery.
The conversion of electrical energy, provided in the form of electrical current from an external source, to restore the chemical energy in a cell or battery.
the electrical energy present in an atomic particle
( Magical): The magical energy needed to use a wand or staff once. (D&D 1)
An operation during which a cell or battery receives electrical energy from an external circuit.This electrical energy is converted into chemical energy.
the electrical charge of an object is a measure of how much electricity is present. It is similar to the mass of an object space when you are dealing with gravity. Unlike the mass, the charge can be either positive or negative.
An electrical property of particles, such as electrons and protons, which causes them to attract and repel each other. A material with an excess of electrons is defined to have a "negative" charge; material with an absence of electrons (or an excess of protons) is defined as "positive." Materials with a balanced number of electrons and protons are called "neutral." Positive and negative charges attract each other. That attraction can cause interesting effects at the junction between positive and negative semiconductors. This special junction is what makes the right configuration of semiconductors work as a transistor.
The process of putting energy into a battery.
Applied to a storage battery, the conversion of electric energy into chemical energy within the cell or battery. This restoration of the active materials is accomplished by maintaining a unidirectional current in the cell or battery in the opposite direction to that during discharge; a cell or battery which is said to be charged is understood to be fully charged.
The electric charge of an object is a measure of how much electricity is there. It is similar to the mass of an object when you are dealing with gravity, but unlike mass charge can be either positive (+) or negative (-). At the atomic level charge is measured in multiples of the charge on an electron (-1), in larger cases the usual measurement is the Coulomb.
Electric charge held by a battery at a given time is its capacity. Also the term "to charge a battery", refers to energising a battery by passing current through it in the opposite direction to discharge.
A quantum number carried by a particle. Determines whether the particle can participate in an interaction process. A particle with electric charge has electrical interactions; one with strong charge has strong interactions, etc.
The measured amount of electrical energy that represents the electrostatic forces between atomic particles. The nucleus of an atom has a positive charge (+) and the electrons have a negative charge(-).
Usually indicates the quantity of electrostatic energy retained by a capacitor. Also indicates the replenishing of a storage-type battery or cell.
the amount of electricity carried by a body (A charge can be negative, like an electron, or positive, like a proton. Objects with opposite charges attract one another, while objects with like charges repel one another.)
An intrinsic property of electricity. A charge is either positive or negative. Charges are used to create latent images in electrophotography.
Powering an EV battery to full capacity.
A fundamental unit (Coulomb) to quantify an electrical phenomena. A material's (e.g., metal, plastic, air, etc.) net charge, relative to an external reference point, can be neutral, positive or negative depending on the distribution of its charged particles (free electrons, atomic ions, molecular ions, etc.) The ability for a material to store a charge refers to it's capacitance. When charging a capacitor or battery, some of the charges from one plate move to the other and the total number of charges within the device as a whole does not change. Note: A charged capacitor has a lot more energy than an uncharged one, but exactly the same net-charge and quantity of + and - particles.
Charge is the conversion of electric energy into chemical energy within the cell or battery. It is achieved by maintaining a unidirectional current in the cell or battery in the direction opposite to that during discharge.
The quantity of electrical charge measured in coulombs.
The material that is loaded into an electric furnace that will melt into a composition that will produce a stainless molten product. Normally recycled scrap, iron, and alloying elements.
to infuse energy into an object.
Quantity of electrical energy.
A given weight of metal introduced into the furnace.
The conversion of electric energy, provided in the form of a current, into chemical energy within the cell or battery.
The electrical property of electrons and protons that produces attraction and repulsion between them.
An electromagnetic property of matter that can be positive or negative and will cause either an attractive or repulsive force on another charge (Coulomb's Law).
Electricity produced by a surplus or shortage of electrons in an object.
Represents electrical energy. A material having an excess of electrons is said to have a negative charge. A material having a shortage of electrons is said to have a positive charge.
1. To add electrical energy to a storage medium. 2. To purchase on credit. 3. To load a mixer. 4. To fill. 5. To place material in a furnace.
In physics, a charge may refer to one of many different quantities, such as the electric charge in electromagnetism or the color charge in quantum chromodynamics. Charges are associated with conserved quantum numbers.