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The first primary aim is to determine adsorption and phase behaviour quantitatively as a function of surface charge, which will be controlled by varying applied electrical potential.
The purpose of this controlling and informational acquisition system--through which is following the electrical potential pipeline--sol, flows evolutions of the receiving-deliveries process is to ensure, in safety conditions, the transporting process of natural gases to consumers .
Every time the current runs between two electrodes, a computer will monitor and record the electrical potential at all of the electrodes on the structure.
when two conductive objects with different electrical potential touch each other, there is a virtually instantaneous transfer of charge so that the two objects equilibrate to the same electrical potential.
The closer to a true spherical shape that the particles became, the larger the drop in the electrical potential.
He addresses the role of the expression of neural plasticity in creating symptoms and signs of disorders, electrical potentials, what anatomical structures generate the different components of such far field potentials as auditory brainstem responses and middle latency response, and how these potentials are affected by different pathologies.
Fix: Maintaining the same electrical potential between the operator, work surface and ESDS device is critical.
Thirty two independent measurements of the electrical potential and peak amplitude of all four metals were recorded.