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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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6mm Table 3: Comparison between E-field strength between two model (human head and PIFA and dipole antenna).
The iterative model applied in this paper is similar to the one presented in [12], where authors considered near E-field monitors in front of each radiating element.
The maximum E-field of the wire antenna model at a distance of 3 m is simulated and compared with the one from the original configuration.
41 GHz and the E-field has been evaluated at 350 mm from the horn.
We used validated measuring instruments and an improved setup yielding better uniformity of exposure, as well as an additional E-field strength (10 V/m) to establish a dose-response relationship.
Data sheet, "3-dimensional E-field Probe for Small Band Applications," 2002, www.
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Its E-field module can be operated remotely from the base unit, so that field strength can be measured with little or no influence of a human body on the field being measured.
Using the above method, FODs were obtained for each of the chopped-glass-fiber mats that were produced under the two conditions: randomly oriented and aligned in a 400-kV/m E-field [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURE 3 OMITTED].
Unlike the E-field system, the M-field can discriminate between a human body mass and a bird.
The basic orientation of each iris is such that the E-field polarity of adjacent irises is rotated 90 degrees, thus minimizing cross-talk.
Systematic studies varying field strengths and solvents will provide important insights into the local and external E-field effects on the proton transfer and the non-equilibrium solvation dynamics.