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electric field

the lines of force exerted on charged ions in the tissues by the electrodes that cause charged particles to move from one pole to another.

electric field

The region in space in which the attractive or repulsive effects of a given electric charge have an effect.
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As expected, the dominant effect of both of these variables is through their influence on the applied electric field strength.
Adiabatic heating measurements were used to estimate the initial heat generation rate and electric field strength in the gasket.
Now, an internal variable [Xi] that couples with elastic stress (-[Chi][Sigma][Xi]) and the second power of the electric field strength (-[Eta][E.
The resistivity values of these materials were measured at different electric field strengths as shown in Fig.
The loading curves for the particulate composites prepared with the electron-beam-crosslinked composite filler were measured at two electric field strengths.
After the electric field strength was increased via tuning the cavity, a large temperature increase resulted as more energy was coupled into the material.
Application of a higher power and matching of the impedance in the third case caused the electric field strength to merge the low [Epsilon][double prime] gap between the dielectric relaxation spectra of PVDF and PMMA.
In the March 2002 Molecular Therapy, Huang and Liu reported that this technique is just as efficient as those using independent electrodes at much higher electric field strengths.
The NEBI was lower at all total treatment times and electric field strengths tested.
Higher electric field strengths more effectively inactivated S.
37 log10 for electric field strengths ranging from 32 KV to 44 KV per cm.
Electric field strengths of 14 kV/cm to 30 kV/cm were applied to suspensions of S.