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The adsorption mechanism of such nanomaterials is based on the electrostatic attraction and hydrogen bond created between the adsorbent surface and acidic dyes.
Ion's products provide electrostatic attraction and discharge management to reduce contamination and improve yields, as well as reducing electromagnetic interference to improve software performance and equipment uptime.
Terms such as induced dipole are becoming relevant, as they cause a brief electrostatic attraction between the two molecules.
It is based on the electrostatic attraction that occurs between the droplets of a positively-charged emulsion and the negatively charged cells of the ocular surface, including cornea and conjunctiva.
Semiconductor Equipment and Materials International (SEMI), E78-0706: "Guide to Assess and Control Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) and Electrostatic Attraction (ESA) for Equipment," May 2006.
This is evidence that arsenate adsorption increased the surface negative charge and consequently the electrostatic attraction of cation at the solid surface (Xu et al.
contains conductive fillers to ensure electrostatic attraction of the powder coating.
With IML, a printed polypropylene label is placed in an open mold and held in the desired position by vacuum ports, electrostatic attraction and other means.