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measuring instrument that detects electric charge

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What better strategy than to invite Compton and Millikan to put their competing electroscopes in a new gondola and balloon, this time made in America, and send it up, hoping for a new high altitude record and for cosmic ray measurements that would resolve the famous debate?
The KFM, basically an electroscope, is made from an aluminum can, aluminum foil, and nonconducting threads.
To test the electroscope, make a static charge by rubbing an inflated balloon against your clean, dry hair.
The complaint alleges that as a result of these material misrepresentations and omissions persons and entities who purchased Electroscope common stock during the Class Period described above (the "Class") were damaged.
n electroscope is an early scientific instrument that is used to detect the presence and magnitude of electric charge on a body.
OTC Bulletin Board: ECSN), formerly Electroscope, Inc.
The Electroscope identity is continually associated with the old, first-generation Electroshield product line and carries the connotation of an 'optical' or 'scope' company.
Relying on this phenomenon, Hess and Wulf probed the atmosphere with an electroscope, two thin gold leaves suspended from a common point inside a gas-filled, electrically insulated container.
For further information, please contact: Marcia McHaffie, Controller of Electroscope, Inc.
For more information, please contact Marcia McHaffie, Controller of Electroscope Inc.
With the introduction of the SIE, Electroscope now offers a full line of 5mm laparoscopic instruments with integrated AEM technology.
Bowman, President and CEO of Electroscope states, "Sources from all communities surrounding minimally-invasive surgery have now recommended active electrode monitoring technology.
Bowman, President & CEO of Electroscope, viewed these results in light of the significant changes in business strategies.
Bowman has been appointed to the position of President/CEO of Electroscope Inc.
Based in Boulder, Colorado, Electroscope designs and manufactures innovative, patented laparoscopic devices which allow the surgeon to insure patient safety during a broad range of minimally invasive surgical procedures.