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In other words‚ this expression holds when flat band conditions prevail as would be the case if the surrounding electrolyte were to completely screen the field associated with the spontaneous polarization. As described previously‚ such screening may be thought of in terms of the anion and cation induced screening of the effective surface charge given by where is the spontaneous polarization and ranges from 0 to and is the angle measured from the c-axis. In this case‚ the nanocrystal behaves as a dipole with positive charge concentrated near one pole‚ and negative charge concentrated near the other pole.
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