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This shift is given by AV = (q/e)xN. As a consequence of the charge, the C- V

curve is shifted to the left by an amount A V because less applied voltage is

needed to establish the same electric field at the interface. This

important ...

This shift is given by AV = (q/e)xN. As a consequence of the charge, the C- V

curve is shifted to the left by an amount A V because less applied voltage is

needed to establish the same electric field at the interface. This

**equation**hasimportant ...

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constitutive

£2, where fik-f'^ (*ĞU) (163) JO Tolc and x„k is the uniaxial stress relaxation time

for glass He. Unfortunately, the Laplace transform, with respect to {ls of the ...

constitutive

**equations**[(34) and (35)], but glass 1 will depend on ^ and glass 2 on£2, where fik-f'^ (*ĞU) (163) JO Tolc and x„k is the uniaxial stress relaxation time

for glass He. Unfortunately, the Laplace transform, with respect to {ls of the ...

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... i [Eq. (151)] F(^) Compliance function in biaxial constitutive

G Elastic shear modulus Gi(t) Viscoelastic shear relaxation modulus [Eq. (5)] G2(r

) Viscoelastic dilatational relaxation modulus [Eq. (35)] J(t) Bulk (or dilatational) ...

... i [Eq. (151)] F(^) Compliance function in biaxial constitutive

**equation**[Eq. (164)]G Elastic shear modulus Gi(t) Viscoelastic shear relaxation modulus [Eq. (5)] G2(r

) Viscoelastic dilatational relaxation modulus [Eq. (35)] J(t) Bulk (or dilatational) ...

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