Electric-displacement



noun, Electricity.
1.
the part of the electric field that is determined solely by free charges, without reference to the dielectric properties of the surrounding medium: measured in coulombs per square meter. Symbol: D.
noun
1.
(physics) the electric flux density when an electric field exists in free space into which a dielectric is introduced D Also called electric flux density
electric displacement
See electric flux density.

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