electric potential

NOUN
  1. the difference in electrical charge between two points in a circuit expressed in volts
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  • They calculated that the electric potential inside the pore was asymmetric, shaped like a ratchet's tooth.
  • Natural resources: abundant hydroelectric potential; significant deposits of gold and rare earth metals; locally exploitable coal, oil, and natural gas; other deposits of nepheline, mercury, bismuth, lead, and zinc The 1996 CIA Factbook
  • He also developed numerous other instruments, including the manometer, cyanometer, diaphonometer, anemometer and mountain eudiometer, the first electrometer (1766), a device for measuring electric potential by means of attraction or repulsion of charged bodies, and the first hygrometer, utilizing a human hair to measure humidity (1783). De Saussure, Horace Bénédict
  • It was guaranteed to be able to stop a diplodocus in full charge; the electric potential (_potential! Cum Grano Salis
  • He also developed numerous other instruments, including the manometer, cyanometer, diaphonometer, anemometer and mountain eudiometer, the first electrometer (1766), a device for measuring electric potential by means of attraction or repulsion of charged bodies, and the first hygrometer, utilizing a human hair to measure humidity (1783). De Saussure, Horace Bénédict
  • (BEMPh) effects initiated by the presence of a luminous stimulus are responsible for the following categories of processes • the energic-informational genesis of the helicoidal and dextrogyrate DNA structure, • the photolysis of cellular membranes, • the generation of the organic polymers network, • the formation of reserves of molecular compounds (energy / information traps), • the apparition of the membranous black-holes assuring the cells 'nutrition, • the generation of the electric potential of repose and of action and the Recently Uploaded Slideshows
  • Natural resources: abundant hydroelectric potential; significant deposits of gold and rare earth metals; locally exploitable coal, oil and natural gas; other deposits of nepheline, mercury, bismuth, lead, and zinc The 1995 CIA World Factbook
  • Objective To evaluate the damage of hyperbilirubinemia to brain and hearing by brainstem audio electric potential (BAEP) screening in neonates with hyperbilirubinemia but without kernicterus.
  • Electrodialysis (ED) is used to transport salt ions from one solution through ion-exchange membranes to another solution under the influence of an applied electric potential difference.
  • Another, about the charge model of both the particle and the boundary, we adapt the constant surface electric potential, constant volume charge density, and charge-regulated respectively.
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