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K J Somaiya College of Engineering (K J Somaiya), Mumbai
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Current density due to electrons
Current density due to electrons=[Charge-e]*Density of electron*Mobility of electron*Electric Field GO
Current density due to holes
Current density due to holes=[Charge-e]*Density of holes*Mobility of holes*Electric Field GO
Acceleration when force and electric field is present
Acceleration when electric field is present=([Charge-e]*Electric Field)/[Mass-e] GO
Energy density in an electric field
Energy Density=0.5*[Permitivity-vacuum]*Electric Field*Electric Field GO
Drift Speed
Drift Speed=(1/2*[Charge-e]*Electric Field*Relaxation time)/[Mass-e] GO
Velocity of an electron in force fields
Velocity of electron in force fields=Electric Field/Magnetic Field GO
Molecular dipole moment
Molecular dipole moment=Polarizability*Electric Field GO
Energy Density in Electric Field when Free Space Permittivity is Given
Energy Density=1/2*Permittivity*(Electric Field)^2 GO
Energy Density when an electric field is given
Energy Density=1/2*Permittivity*(Electric Field)^2 GO
Current Density when Conductivity is Given
Current Density=Electric Field*conductivity GO
Current Density when Resistivity is Given
Current Density=Electric Field/Resistivity GO

Polarizability Formula

Polarizability=Molecular dipole moment/Electric Field
α=μ/E
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Molecular dipole moment GO
Electric field when polarizability is given GO
Frequency associated to transition GO
Energy 1 of vibrational level GO
Energy 2 of vibrational level GO
Stokes scattering frequency GO
Incident frequency when Stokes frequency is given GO
Vibrational frequency when Stokes frequency is given GO
Anti- Stokes scattering frequency GO
Incident frequency when Anti-stokes frequency is given GO
Vibrational frequency when Anti-Stokes frequency is given GO

What is polarizability?

Typically the electron cloud will belong to an atom or molecule or ion. The electric field could be caused, for example, by an electrode or a nearby cation or anion. If an electron cloud is easy to distort, we say that the species it belongs to is polarizable.

How to Calculate Polarizability?

Polarizability calculator uses Polarizability=Molecular dipole moment/Electric Field to calculate the Polarizability, The Polarizability formula is defined as the measure of how easily an electron cloud is distorted by an electric field. and distortion of electron cloud causes polarity in the molecule. Polarizability and is denoted by α symbol.

How to calculate Polarizability using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Polarizability, enter Molecular dipole moment (μ) and Electric Field (E) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Polarizability calculation can be explained with given input values -> 0.001667 = 1/600.

FAQ

What is Polarizability?
The Polarizability formula is defined as the measure of how easily an electron cloud is distorted by an electric field. and distortion of electron cloud causes polarity in the molecule and is represented as α=μ/E or Polarizability=Molecular dipole moment/Electric Field. The molecular dipole moment is defined as the polarizability of the molecule in a constant electric field. The molecular dipole moment is a vector quantity having magnitude as well as direction and Electric field is defined as the electric force per unit charge.
How to calculate Polarizability?
The Polarizability formula is defined as the measure of how easily an electron cloud is distorted by an electric field. and distortion of electron cloud causes polarity in the molecule is calculated using Polarizability=Molecular dipole moment/Electric Field. To calculate Polarizability, you need Molecular dipole moment (μ) and Electric Field (E). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Molecular dipole moment and Electric Field and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well.
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