[ UK /ʌnt‍ʃˈɑːd‍ʒd/ ]
  1. of a particle or body or system; having no charge
    an uncharged battery
    an uncharged particle
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How To Use uncharged In A Sentence

  • Of the above-mentioned chemical species only hydrogen peroxide is relatively stable and able to penetrate the plasma membrane as an uncharged molecule.
  • This was a trial that was dominated by an uncharged crime of insider trading, that was not charged because it was never brought.
  • The defense inquired whether prosecutors planned to introduce evidence of "uncharged criminal conduct" against Mr. Strauss-Kahn. Strauss-Kahn Denies Guilt
  • The move has not been without its problems, one being that students arrive with uncharged laptops. Times, Sunday Times
  • an uncharged particle
  • They applied an alternating electric field to an uncharged metallic paddle, which caused it to seesaw at a fixed frequency and amplitude.
  • On the other hand, the permeability of the membrane for small uncharged solutes such as low molecular weight alcohols, amides, ketones etc., did not change.
  • Batterlife claim that in Lithium Ion batteries (the type of battery most commonly found in rechargeable gadgets these days) the main cause of this deterioration is a build up of inert, uncharged particles between the electrodes.
  • In all serious sexual and violent cases – not just rape – the police will be allowed to apply for the DNA profile of an uncharged suspect to remain on the database for up to five years. Miliband's odd decision to focus on DNA when Clarke forced into big u-turn
  • Said person or persons remain uncaught, uncharged, and unprosecuted. David Roberts: What We Have and Haven't Learned From 'Climategate'
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