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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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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.
A charged conductor with an electrical field of 2000V at 1" represents a dangerous item in a process if it is permitted to contact a sensitive item.
In summary, the typical electrical fields in indoor spaces, the electrical characteristics of particulates, and the electrical characteristics of people, objects, and surfaces in the space are some of the primary determinants of contamination.
They found SCALA to be very helpful because it allowed them to predict space charge and ion trajectories simultaneously with magnetic and electrical fields in the region.
The study, published in the Western Medical Journal, also found young people appear to be more susceptible to electrical fields.
Electrical fields have successfully been utilized for treatment of delayed-union fractures, chronic wounds, and postoperative pain and edema, as well as for the management of knee OA symptoms.
Gonyono said his involvement in the project allowed him to gain the necessary experience in the construction and the electrical fields and also enabled him to learn how to read and write.
Graphene is extraordinarily susceptible to external influences so the electrical fields created by charged impurities on its surface scatter the electrons traveling through the graphene sheets, making graphene-based transistors operate slower and heat up more.
Kreuger delivered at the Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands, part one of this two volume set provides engineers and electrical engineering students with practical instruction on electrical fields.
In recent years, scientists have measured strong electrical fields inside dust devils.
Some examples of specific topics include experimental study of dispersion control utilizing both magnetic and electrical fields, bunched beam stochastic cooling and coherent lines, experimental benchmarking of the magnetized friction force, and the International Muon Ionization Cooling Experiment.
The electrical fields generated by computers and other electronic equipment, and the electrical fields generated by power lines in walls, also distort the background field.