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electric potential

the potential difference between charged particles. See also potential.
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The model focuses on a solid lattice of ceramic electrolyte, assumed for simplicity homogeneous and isotropic, where charge carriers are allowed to travel under concentration gradient and electric potential field.
The Langmuir Probes, developed by the Swedish Institute of Space Physics, measure electron density, electron temperature and the electric potential of the satellite.
This surge in electric potential might tip off another passing bee that the flower had just lost nectar to a different visitor, a change that scent or color could not reveal, Robert says.
eq] is the equivalent electric potential of system power, [X.
com)-- A new, low cost, contactless gesture-recognition technology called imPart[TM] will be shown at CES 2013 in Las Vegas January 8-11 which uses Plessey Semiconductor's award-winning EPIC[TM] electric potential sensors.
It is also bursting with electric potential that excites me professionally and personally, as my career is about identifying talent, nurturing creativity and driving it towards commercial success.
com) says its electric potential integrated circuit (EPIC), which is aimed at health care markets, could be adapted to sensing driver fatigue, as well.
In this method, when an actual test is carried out, the electric potential corresponding to peak current is assessed and examined against a PDF to determine the probability of membership of that species with all metals stored in the database.
The Seebeck effect describes the proportional electric potential emergent across a conductor in a uniformly applied thermal gradient.
This innate electrical signaling system regulates bodily functions from the cellular level by using the movement of ions with a small positive or negative electrical charge to create concentration gradient and consequently an electric potential gradient.
The result is a series of electric fields that all add up in the same direction, creating an electric potential between the top and bottom of the material.

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