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electric field

n.
A region of space characterized by the existence of a force generated by electric charge.

electric field

n
(General Physics) a field of force surrounding a charged particle within which another charged particle experiences a force. Compare magnetic field

elec′tric field′


n.
a region of space near a charged particle in which an electric force acts on other charged particles.
[1895–1900]
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Noun1.electric field - a field of force surrounding a charged particleelectric field - a field of force surrounding a charged particle
electrostatic field - electric field associated with static electric charges
field of force, force field, field - the space around a radiating body within which its electromagnetic oscillations can exert force on another similar body not in contact with it
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These multi-jets would undergo strong stretching, bending instability, and solvent evaporating in the electric field, and then deposite on the plate collector.
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where [D.sub.2n], [D.sub.1n] are the normal components of the electric displacement vector: [D.sub.2n] = [[epsilon].sub.0][[epsilon].sub.2] [E.sub.2n], [D.sub.1n] = [[epsilon].sub.0][[epsilon].sub.1] [E.sub.1n] [epsilon].sub.0] = 8.85 [10.sup.-12] F/m is the electric constant; [[epsilon].sub.1], [[epsilon].sub.2] are the dielectric permeabilities of dielectrics, a is the surface density of electric charges; [E.sub.1n], [E.sub.2n] are the normal, [E.sub.1t], [E.sub.2t] are the tangential components of the electric field strength vector of the first and the second dielectrics, respectively.
In the present study, the DEP interaction of particle-particle [15] in a DC electric field will be studied, and a mathematical model based on the Lagrangian method incorporating DEP particle-particle interactions [16] will be presented to compute particle trajectories, and consequently, the assembling will be calculated.
To further investigate the effect of process parameters and electrode configuration for optimizing and improving the thawing efficiency in high-voltage electric field system, we studied the thawing characteristic of frozen tofu.
Tissue electrical conductivity, as a function of the electric field, reaches a constant value, called [[sigma].sub.max], inasmuch as the local electric field approaches [E.sub.irrev] (Figure 2).
In the presence of the nonlinearity, the optical conductivity of graphene [sigma] = [[sigma].sub.0] + [[sigma].sub.3][[absolute value of E].sup.2] and E is the tangential electric field of the electromagnetic wave at the interface.
In the simulated results, the electric field is stronger in the dark part and the electric field is weaker in the bright part.
Evgeny Mareev and Svetlana Dementyeva developed a model of large-scale electric field generation in a weakly conducting medium containing particles charging by collisions.
In conjunction, Vitatech Electromagnetics, a third-party EMF company, confirms High Tech's backrest heater has a maximum electric field that is 91% lower than Vitatech's recommended human health maximum exposure and a maximum magnetic field that is 72% lower than Vitatech's recommended maximum exposure.

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