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The screening length is analogous to the space charge layer width in a semiconductor; in the same way, the screening length, , is a function of the square root of the charge (ionic) concentration. 45) where z is the ionic charge, n is the ionic concentration, 0 is the permittivity of free space, and is the dielectric constant of the material. (The dielectric constant is normally taken as constant. It should be pointed out, however, that for nanoparticles of several nanometers or less, the value of decreases with particle size, assuming the particles are in a medium of smaller dielectric constant than the particles themselves, a reasonable assumption for our purposes.
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