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acceleration voltage meaning in Hindi

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acceleration voltage sentence in Hindi

किरणपुंज वोल्टता
त्वरण वोल्टता
त्वरण-वोल्टता
acceleration:    तेज़ी त्वरण
voltage:    खिंचाव तनाव
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  1. Acceleration voltages of up to 200 kV are achievable.
  2. On the other hand, intense sources are more difficult to make and higher acceleration voltages are needed for a given range.
  3. Because the transverse deflection can be described with polar coordinates, one may define a deflection or polarization angle using the transverse acceleration voltage components.
  4. For the special case of an electrostatic field that is surpassed by a particle, the acceleration voltage is directly given by integrating the electric field along its path.
  5. RF cavities can also manipulate charged particles passing through them by application of acceleration voltage and are thus used in particle accelerators and microwave vacuum tubes such as klystrons and magnetrons.
  6. The "'time-independent shunt impedance "', \ scriptstyle R _ 0, with the time-independent acceleration voltage \ scriptstyle V _ 0 is defined:
  7. When a particle is deflected in transverse direction, the definition of the shunt impedance can be used with substitution of the ( longitudinal ) acceleration voltage by the transverse effective acceleration voltage, taking into account transversal Coulomb " and"
  8. When a particle is deflected in transverse direction, the definition of the shunt impedance can be used with substitution of the ( longitudinal ) acceleration voltage by the transverse effective acceleration voltage, taking into account transversal Coulomb " and"
  9. The acceleration voltage is used to determine the energy of the electrons; lower-energy ones are absorbed in the top layer of the phosphor, while some of the higher-energy ones shoot through and are absorbed in the lower layer.
  10. The longitudinal "'effective acceleration voltage "'is given by the kinetic energy gain experienced by a particle with velocity \ beta c along a defined straight path ( path integral of the longitudinal Lorentz forces ) divided by its charge,
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