Condenser

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Capacity Of A Set - Definitions - Condenser Capacity
... encloses Σ in reference to its origins in electromagnetism, the pair (Σ, S) is known as a condenser ... The condenser capacity of Σ relative to S, denoted C(Σ, S) or cap(Σ, S), is given by the surface integral where u is the unique harmonic ... C(Σ, S) can be equivalently defined by the volume integral The condenser capacity also has a variational characterization C(Σ, S) is the infimum of the Dirichlet's energy functional over all continuously-diffe ...
Condenser - Other
... Condenser (optics), in classical optics gathers visible light and directs it onto a projection lens Condenser (microscope), a group of lenses mounted below the stage of an ...
Condenser (laboratory) - Water-cooled - Friedrichs Condenser
... A Friedrichs condenser (sometimes incorrectly Friedrich condenser), also known as a spiraled finger condenser, consists of a large, spiraled internal cold finger-type capillary tube disposed within a wide ... finger-type apparatus now known as the Friedrichs condenser was invented by Fritz Walter Paul Friedrichs, who published a design for this type of condenser ...
Condenser (heat Transfer)
... In systems involving heat transfer, a condenser is a device or unit used to condense a substance from its gaseous to its liquid state, typically by cooling it ... In so doing, the latent heat is given up by the substance, and will transfer to the condenser coolant ... Condensers are typically heat exchangers which have various designs and come in many sizes ranging from rather small (hand-held) to very large industrial-scale ...
Condenser (microscope)
... A condenser is one of the main components of the optical system of many transmitted light compound microscopes ... A condenser is a lens that serves to concentrate light from the illumination source that is in turn focused through the object and magnified by the objective lens ... An equivalent condenser, which focuses an electron beam, is a basic component of both transmission and scanning electron microscopes ...