Some articles on charged:
... the chargino is a hypothetical particle which refers to the mass eigenstates of a charged superpartner, i.e ... any new electrically charged fermion (with spin 1/2) predicted by supersymmetry ... They are linear combinations of the charged wino and charged higgsinos ...
... On 30 March 1992, Ellis was arrested and charged with sexually abusing a child at the creche ... depositions hearing in November 1992, he had been charged with 45 sexual offences involving 20 young children ... Four female co-workers were charged with similar offences ...
... white, blue with the shield of the coat of arms of the Northwest Territories charged in the Canadian pale 1968–present Flag of Yukon A vertical tricolour triband of green, white, blue with the shield of ...
... In 1987, Alan Oversby was one of 16 men charged as a part of Operation Spanner, a series of raids that resulted in the arrest of men who were all engaged ... Alan, like the other men, was charged with assault occasioning actual bodily harm for performing a genital piercing on a client ... He was also charged with using anaesthetic without a licence and for sending obscene material through the post (photographs of piercings) ...
... An electrostatic separator is a device for separating particles by mass in a low energy charged beam ... here the two electrodes are oppositely charged, with a negative electrode the positive ions gets attracted and thus results in a reddish flame whereas the positive electrode is used to ...
More definitions of "charged":
- (adj): Capable of producing violent emotion or arousing controversy.
Example: "The highly charged issue of abortion"
- (adj): Supplied with carbon dioxide.
- (adj): Of a particle or body or system; having a net amount of positive or negative electric charge.
Example: "Charged particles"; "a charged battery"
Famous quotes containing the word charged:
“When a man hath taken a new wife, he shall not go out to war, neither shall he be charged with any business: but he shall be free at home one year, and shall cheer up his wife which he hath taken.”
—Bible: Hebrew Deuteronomy 24:5.
“God, who gave to him the lyre,
Of all mortals the desire,
For all breathing mens behoof,
Straitly charged him, Sit aloof;
Annexed a warning, poets say,
To the bright premium,
Ever, when twain together play,
Shall the harp be dumb.”
—Ralph Waldo Emerson (18031882)
foredoomed, already dying,
it charged the room
older than human
—Robert Earl Hayden (19131980)