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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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e] of the electrostatic field in the DEL zone of the <<particle--water film>> system can be approximately determined from the following calculated expression:
However, at -12 to -16kV collection voltages, the observed increase in the collection efficiency with the increasing mass concentration shows little change because the magnitude or strength of the electrostatic field seems to be sufficient to capture charged particles regardless of the degree of agglomeration.
Furthermore, surface tension decreases with increasing temperature (it applies that d[gamma]/dT <0), resulting in a lower critical value of the electrostatic field [E.
Electrostatic field in the system "corona wire between two parallel plane electrodes with different potentials" is studied in [7].
Fulvestrant, adenosine, pulsed electrostatic field, and estradiol valerate are ineffective.
This phenomenon can be explained so that increase in voltage leads to a strengthening of electrostatic field and accelerating of the coagulation particles or drops of glycerin in biodiesel- glycerin mixture.
Some relatively inexpensive equipment options are resistivity meters, resistance test kits, and electrostatic field meters.
The Electrostatic Field Generated by the Accumulation of Negative Charge at [S.
The topics include dyeing properties of natural food pigments on cotton fabric, the effect of cellulase hydrolysis on dyeing properties of linen, applying vitamin E microcapsules to textiles, the technique and effect of a wash-and-wear finish on bast fabric, synthesizing a flame retardant containing nitrogen-phosphor and its application to silk fabric, the advance treatment of textile wastewater for reuse by ozonation-biological and membrane processes, the effect of a high-voltage electrostatic field on water performance, and the enzymatic preparation of nanocrystalline cellulose from bamboo fibers.
An electrostatic field traps the ions, and the ions oscillate at their natural oscillation frequency.
The "frosting" effect is thought to arise from a combination of factors: (a) The fact that the matte powder coating is a two-component blend of "fast" and "slow" components with different composition means it is theoretically possible for the two components to accept charge with different efficiencies, (b) The interaction of the aluminium extrusions and the electrostatic field means that there is a greater electric field density at the edges of the parts than in the centre, leading to the well-known "window framing" effect, but possibly also exacerbating any differential charging of the powder coating.
The silicon structure is driven into resonance by the application of an electrostatic field and when pressure is applied to a diaphragm, the silicon resonator is stretched, changing the frequency, much like a guitar string.

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