Definition of conservation of charge in English:

conservation of charge

Syllabification: con·ser·va·tion of charge

noun

A principle stating that the total electric charge of an isolated system is fixed.
More example sentences
  • These observations indicate a strong conservation of charge that will favor the formation of the respective salt bridge in similar structures.
  • However, this violates the law of conservation of charge, and is not physically possible.
  • In any circuit, the principles of conservation of charge and conservation of energy play a key role and form the basis of our analysis.

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