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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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There was no external electrostatic field, but an intrinsic field of intensity (1-3) x 10 4 kV/m occurred and acted in the electrically deposited layer.
After birth, once the electrostatic field around the body changes kidney cells like lose their regenerative capabilities.
In reality, it is defined by the shape of the distributed currents in both the trace and reference planes, and by the shape of the magnetic and electrostatic fields.
propose that hydrogen peroxide--formed by chemical reactions induced by electrostatic fields generated by sand and dust in martian dust devils and storms--or another superoxide formed from hydrogen peroxide may be responsible for scavenging organic material from Mars and could accelerate the loss of methane from the martian atmosphere.
If the insulators in an environment are not producing electrostatic fields, why purchase ionizers to solve a non-existent problem?
Two types of measurements should be considered: 1) electrostatic fields or potentials and 2) resistance or resistivity.
We use the software to find electrostatic fields in printed circuits, to compute inductances of coils, and to find magnetic fields and forces of solenoid actuators.
Electrostatic fields are affected by humidity in the air and the distance to nearby metals.
Electrostatic fields play a critical role in many biological processes.
This is because the electrostatic field strength achieves the maximum value near the corona electrode and decreases with an increase of the distance from it.

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