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Total Energy of an ion in terms of charges and distances
Total Energy of an ion=((-(Charge^2)*([Charge-e]^2)*Madelung constant)/(4*pi*[Permitivity-vacuum]*Distance of closest approach))+(Repulsive Interaction Constant/(Distance of closest approach^Born Exponent)) Go
Madelung constant using Total Energy of an ion
Madelung constant=((Total Energy of an ion-(Repulsive Interaction Constant/(Distance of closest approach^Born Exponent)))*4*pi*[Permitivity-vacuum]*Distance of closest approach)/(-(Charge^2)*([Charge-e]^2)) Go
Distance of closest approach using Electrostatic potential
Distance of closest approach=(-(Charge^2)*([Charge-e]^2))/(4*pi*[Permitivity-vacuum]*Electrostatic Potential Energy between ion pair) Go
Electrostatic potential energy between a pair of ions
Electrostatic Potential Energy between ion pair=(-(Charge^2)*([Charge-e]^2))/(4*pi*[Permitivity-vacuum]*Distance of closest approach) Go
Distance of closest approach using Madelung Energy
Distance of closest approach=-(Madelung constant*(Charge^2)*([Charge-e]^2))/(4*pi*[Permitivity-vacuum]*Madelung Energy) Go
Madelung constant using Madelung Energy
Madelung constant=(-Madelung Energy*4*pi*[Permitivity-vacuum]*Distance of closest approach)/((Charge^2)*([Charge-e]^2)) Go
Madelung Energy
Madelung Energy=-(Madelung constant*(Charge^2)*([Charge-e]^2))/(4*pi*[Permitivity-vacuum]*Distance of closest approach) Go
Electric Field for a uniformly charged ring
Electric Field=[Coulomb]*Charge*Distance/(radius^2+Distance^2)^(3/2) Go
Electric Current when Charge and Time are Given
Electric Current=Charge/Total Time Taken Go
Electric Field Intensity
Electric field intensity=Force/Charge Go
Electric Dipole Moment
Electric Dipole Moment=Charge*radius Go

Specific charge Formula

Specific charge=Charge/[Mass-e]
q=q/[Mass-e]
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What is specific charge?

The charge to mass ratio is known as the Specific charge. J.J Thomson determined the value of specific charge of electron. Greater the magnitude of the charge on the particle, greater is the deflection when electric and magnetic field is applied.

How to Calculate Specific charge?

Specific charge calculator uses Specific charge=Charge/[Mass-e] to calculate the Specific charge, The Specific charge formula is defined as a charge by the mass ratio of an electron. Electrons are considered as basic constituent particles of all atoms. Specific charge and is denoted by q symbol.

How to calculate Specific charge using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Specific charge, enter Charge (q) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Specific charge calculation can be explained with given input values -> 3.952E+32 = 360/[Mass-e].

FAQ

What is Specific charge?
The Specific charge formula is defined as a charge by the mass ratio of an electron. Electrons are considered as basic constituent particles of all atoms and is represented as q=q/[Mass-e] or Specific charge=Charge/[Mass-e]. A charge is the fundamental property of forms of matter that exhibit electrostatic attraction or repulsion in the presence of other matter.
How to calculate Specific charge?
The Specific charge formula is defined as a charge by the mass ratio of an electron. Electrons are considered as basic constituent particles of all atoms is calculated using Specific charge=Charge/[Mass-e]. To calculate Specific charge, you need Charge (q). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Charge 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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