electric field


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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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Consequently, as far as we consider up to O(h), the electric field on the jet surface r = h for constant [E.
p], under the same electric field applied on the whole composite film as indicated in Eq.
12) and (13) give the radial dependences of the potential and electric field, respectively:
In this paper a damping factor of the electric field is F([phi], [theta])=1 and procedure applicability in plane has been investigated.
Moreover, Babakin (1985) experimentally correlated the electric field intensity in proximity of the tip of a frost crystal with the crystal height to diameter ratio.
4), the electric field facilitates the aggregation even at a much higher dilution of the positive control.
The solution of the electric field distribution was realized for the no-load state of the cable at supply by source 6kV, 50 Hz.
2 D1[perpendicular to]D3 branes with electric field swished on
The electrostatic mirror must create a highly uniform axial electric field in the decay region so that we detect the same phase space for both proton populations.
This voltage difference means that there is an electric field between the signal line and the return path.
to further develop and market PurePulse's proprietary CoolPure(R) pulsed electric field technology for preservation and purification of food products.
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