electric field

  1. a field of force surrounding a charged particle
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  • Not necessarily: a magnetic field acting on moving charges will create a current without any electric field (moving charges can be any overall movement of neutral matter with free charges: ionised gas, a piece of metal, seawater…); and when an electric field is responsible for the current (a battery powered circuit) then the charges get moving to compensate for it immediately. Spacecraft Detects Mysterious "Ribbon" at Edge of Solar System | Universe Today
  • When air passes through the electric field, mushroom poison can be destroyed, and dust can be adsorbed by a negative plate.
  • The model involved in particle charging equation, electric field and charge conservation equation, gas conservation equations of mass and momentum, particle mass and momentum equation.
  • Faced with the new electric fields introduced by the sound wave, the electrons and holes in the quantum well seek out their respective points of minimum energy in the presence of the fields.
  • By creating a potential difference of several kilovolts between the needle and the chamber walls, an intense electric field can be produced at the exit of the needle.
  • During the course of the laser pulse, the electric field of the light wave oscillates about a dozen times.
  • All the energies of life flow through those who are open to its many forms—undercurrents of earth and overcurrents of sky, bioelectric fields of plants and animals, magnetically charged attractions of intimacy and relationship, and even the danced opposites of the sacred and profane. The Bushman Way of Tracking God
  • This results in a powerful electric field between the cloud tops and the ionosphere, the outer layer of Earth's atmosphere.
  • The electric field of the radiation can then resonate with the vibrations of the charge ions, transferring energy to them.
  • After having passed a gap, the particles move inside an electrode and are screened from the electric field. Accelerators and Nobel Laureates
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