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electric potential

the potential difference between charged particles. See also potential.
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Carried out taking into account the proposed hypothesis calculation estimations of the electric potential [[phi].
The water loss from the IPMC membranes was determined after applying 2, 3, and 4 V electric potential for different intervals of time (3, 6, 9, and 12 min) as shown in Fig.
Find a displacement field u : [0, T] [right arrow] V, a stress field [sigma] : [0, T] [right arrow] H, an electric potential field [phi] : [0, T] [right arrow] W, an electric displacement field D : [0, T] [right arrow] H, a bonding field [beta] : [0, T] [right arrow] [L.
Also as we know that the electric potential is a measurable quantity which is real, we shall restrict the solution to the real number domain in this paper.
The variation of the electric potential [phi] is depicted in Figure 6(c).
Under the general law of Debye-Huckel, the relation between ion activity and electric potential, following Nernst's model, was employed to determine the coefficient of activity of [K.
While a large number of processes over the years have involved surgically implanted electrodes that apply electric potential directly to the spine, there is still no precise understanding of its mode of action--these signals somehow interfere with the human pain signaling circuitry.
An electric field is characterized by an electric potential difference divided by distance or more commonly in standard units "volts per meter.
Results for the electric potential and current density in various sections of the model are presented.
b) In the second step, we obtain the electric potential [phi] from -[nabla][phi] = E, which can be solved for by a fast tree solver of O(N) complexity.
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.

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