Definition of Conservation of charge
1. Noun. The principle that the total electric charge of a system remains constant despite changes inside the system.
Lexicographical Neighbors of Conservation Of Charge
Literary usage of Conservation of charge
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Electrodynamics of Moving Media: Report of the National Research Council by William Francis Gray Swann, John Torrence Tate, Harry Bateman (1922)
"... ELECTROSTATICS The laws of inverse squares and of conservation of charge. ... and the conservation of charge are contained in the statement of the law, ..."
2. Electricity and Magnetism by Benjamin Crowell (2002)
"conservation of charge An even more fundamental reason for using positive ... conservation of charge seems natural in our model in which matter is made of ..."
3. The Origin and Its Meaning: On the Origin of the Universe and Its Mechanics by Roger Ellman (2004)
"conservation of charge / medium, whether squared or not, is the same conservation. Because of its significance above squared will be used. ..."
4. The Modern Revolution in Physics by Benjamin Crowell (2003)
"(b) How many electrons are emitted per decay chain? [Hint: Use conservation of charge.] vt (c) How long has it been since the lava originally hardened? ..."