balanced charge

Japanese translation: 電荷の平衡状態

06:18 Dec 15, 2005
English to Japanese translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering - Engineering: Industrial
English term or phrase: balanced charge
I don't know if this is a special terminology used in this field, but if it is, I think it's either 平衡電荷 or 平衡荷電. They are existing terms, so I wanted to make sure correct term was applied.
Balanced charge is a state when two objects or matters are charged equally with positive and negative charge. Making them neutral when put togher.
Izumi Shigematsu
Japan
Local time: 06:49
Japanese translation:電荷の平衡状態
Explanation:
Just guessing

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Note added at 2 hrs 41 mins (2005-12-15 08:59:36 GMT)
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「電荷の釣り合い」とも????
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ishigami
Local time: 05:49
Grading comment
Not exactly the expression I was looking for, but close enough. Thanks.
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balanced charge
電荷の平衡状態


Explanation:
Just guessing

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Note added at 2 hrs 41 mins (2005-12-15 08:59:36 GMT)
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「電荷の釣り合い」とも????

ishigami
Local time: 05:49
Native speaker of: Native in JapaneseJapanese
PRO pts in category: 14
Grading comment
Not exactly the expression I was looking for, but close enough. Thanks.
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