conducting wire

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Our next goal is to adjust the chemistry at the interface to the conducting wire so that we can minimize this additional energy loss.
From the simplest form of experiments on induction by the motion of a conducting wire through a magnetic field, he was able to derive immediately the right direction for the quantitative investigation, and the clear picture of the magnetic force-lines revealed soon the law that induction phenomena are determined completely by the intersection of the force lines with the conductor.
Nano Cluster Devices Ltd, formed in early 2003, has developed novel methods for taking clusters of atoms and forming them into electrically conducting wire and has established a comprehensive Patent Portfolio based on these methods.
These vibrations create heat, and any conducting wire should show the effect, including the heating elements of toasters, hair dryers, and electric stovetops.
Traditionally, antennas have been defined as metallic devices for radiating or receiving radio waves, or as a conducting wire, which is sized to emit radiation at one or more selected frequencies.
Roger Gabrielsson, successfully assembled itself inside the xylem channels as conducting wires, while still allowing the transport of water and nutrients.
The Gumby moor's flexible hoses have electrical conducting wires embedded in their walls, making it possible to transmit continuous, high-rate, real-time data from the seafloor to shore.
Walt de Heer, Regent's Professor in Georgia Tech's School of Physics and the original proponent of epitaxial graphene in electronics, said: "The simple conversion from graphene oxide to graphene is an important and fast method to produce conducting wires.