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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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def] in non-uniform electrical field increases, model error at 12 kV-16 kV is less than 5 % in 50 % of measurements and less than 10 % of other 50 % of measurements.
This was followed by 15 min rest with no electrical field stimulation before unstimulated isolated prostates were exposed to discrete exogenous addition of increasing concentrations of agonist using a dose progression ratio of half a log unit.
1 of Part II applies--which is assumed in these models--the electrical field [not member of] enclosing the MMPs also expands at infinite speed.
Treatment was delivered via a portable, battery-powered capacitively coupled electrical field (CCEF) device worn around the lower leg (Am.
Non-carpeted floors and the use of natural materials in your home will create lower electrical fields.
A high-voltage power supply (SHV300RD-50K; Convertech, Wharton, NJ) was used to apply a high electrical field.
Most modern electrical field measurement instruments report volts at 1".
The particle size characteristics of the aerosol can be controlled by adjusting the physical and chemical characteristics of the formulation and by adjusting the flow rate and electrical field properties.
The measured total electrical field components of the radiation patterns for the 60 mm unloaded PIFA, shown in Figure 3, indicate good agreement between the simulated and the measured results.
There is even an electrical field emanating from the heart and enveloping the body up to a metre wide.
The device works by generating an electrical field, which is detected by the shark through its sensory receptors.
These factors create in a room what could be envisioned as a complex three-dimensional web of voltage gradients often referred to as electrical field lines.