The increased voltage induced a stronger electrical force
on the drop to the counter electrode.
Chun (8) spun polyester fibers from the melt in air using a combination of electrical force
and mechanical force from a take-up spool.
Instead of laser light, the Georgia Tech tweezers apply magnetic and electrical forces
to the biological sample being studied.
applied to a charged particle affect the time it takes for the metallic ion to move through an electrolytic solution.
Holding an atom still long enough to take its photo, while remarkable in itself, is not new technology; the atom is isolated within a chamber and held in free space by electrical forces
American and British teams have tried measuring the constant another way, by balancing gravity's force on a mass with the electrical forces
needed to suspend it in midair, but repeated trials gave inconsistent measures of the constant.
During operation, rotating equipment experiences dynamic stress caused by hydraulic, mechanical or electrical forces
that induce vibrations and contribute to both aging and wear of machines.
, instead, hold the planets in orbit and hold everything down on the earth's surface.
Experiments were conducted to assess whether aerosolized bacteria, including spores, respond like particulate contaminants to electrical forces
in indoor air.
Modern scientific knowledge now tells us that most minerals are composed of a variety of different sorts of atoms glued together by electrical forces
to produce molecules.
Probing for more knowledge about the phenomenon, Michael Faraday showed that electrical forces
could produce motion and create lines of force.
That is the procedure during which electrodes are patched to a patient's chest to examine 12 views of electrical forces
in his heart.