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Synonyms for electric potential

the difference in electrical charge between two points in a circuit expressed in volts

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According to the quasi-static Maxwell's equation, the relation between the electrical intensity and the electrical potential is
Table 1: Statistical parameters of electrical potential measurements METAL ELECTRICAL POTENTIAL Mean [[mu].
The zinc content of a dried Aquazinga coating is 92% by volume, and when comparison testing was carried out a few years ago on silicates with varying zinc contents, those types with 78% + zinc content range showed a marked contrast in their electrical potentials compared to that of Aquazinga.
Effectively, the body is grounded at the same negative-charged electrical potential as the earth.
In an electroosmotic flow, charges near the channel wall move along the surface following the gradient of electrical potential, and mechanically drag the bulk of fluid by viscous forces.
According to Dr Mona Harrison, MD, a normal cell's electrical potential is around 6,800 angstrom.
A second experiment used the fluorescent indicator JC-1 to measure changes in mitochondrial membrane potential (the difference in electrical potential between the inside and outside of the mitochondrial membrane) following exposure to [Zn.
The solution jet was formed by electrical force, when the electrical potential increased to 16 kV.
Lightning forms when electrical charges become separated in a storm cloud and build up electrical potential between them, which is then discharged in the sudden bolt.
Resistance is the ratio of electrical potential (voltage) to the current in a material.
calculation of the fields of the electrical potential and the density of current in the slag pool in the three-dimensional formulation;
Due to the composition of the dialysis liquid which is conductive during hemodialysis it allows a current to flow from or to the machine if a difference in electrical potential occurs, the major problem is that this may cause a health risk for the patient.
The newly developed BMI technology uses EEG, which measures changes in electrical potential on the scalp, and NIRS, which measures changes in cerebral blood flow, with a newly developed information extraction technology which enables statistical processing of the complex information from these two types of sensors.
The newly developed BMI technology uses EEG, which measureschanges in electrical potential on the scalp, and NIRS, which measures changes in cerebral blood flow, with a newly developed information extraction technology which enables statistical processing of the complex information from these two types of sensors.
The difference in electrical potential and the distance between the electrodes will create an electric field.
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