# charge per unit

## Definitions

• WordNet 3.6
• n charge per unit amount of a charge or payment relative to some basis "a 10-minute phone call at that rate would cost \$5"
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## Usage

### In literature:

He disposed of the money to the Bank of the United States and charged ten per cent.
"History of the Great American Fortunes, Vol. I" by Myers Gustavus
His further business is charged with a smaller outlay per unit.
"Essentials of Economic Theory" by John Bates Clark
The tariff adopted by the United States, when the military forces took charge of the custom-houses, reduced all duties about sixty per cent.
"Industrial Cuba" by Robert P. Porter
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### In news:

The Geneva-based carrier will charge \$350 per 20-foot equivalent unit on cargo from Asia to North Europe and the Mediterranean.
Last week I read where the California State University system wants to charge additional fees for students who are taking classes above 160 units or ones who take in excess of 18 units per semester.
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### In science:

Amazon.com does not provide any data about the variable cost of the products it sells: we therefore also need to infer these costs from our data (since the proﬁt to a seller is determined not just by price charged and quantity sold, but also by its cost per unit).
Evaluating Pricing Strategy Using e-Commerce Data: Evidence and Estimation Challenges
The units are charged current events per 100 kTon of detector mass for 1 MW of beam for 107 sec of operation.
Report of the US long baseline neutrino experiment study
Even in proton-proton collisions, the extrapolation of the charged particle multiplicity per unit rapidity dNch/dy from the Tevatron (√sN N = 1.8 TeV) to the LHC (√sN N = 14 TeV) leads to results which vary by a factor 2 for models successful up to Tevatron energies .
Predictions for the LHC heavy ion programme
When a fast charged particle with initial energy E0 traverses a plasma, it loses its energy at a rate dE /dx per unit of distance, and it comes into a quasi-static equilibrium state after depositing its initial energy into the electrons and ions that make up the plasma.
Charged Particle Motion in a Plasma: Electron-Ion Energy Partition
UE is about a factor of two larger than the number of charged particles per unit pseudorapidity , a feature known as the ‘pedestal’ effect.
Minimum Bias and Underlying Event Measurements with ATLAS
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