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Theorists had predicted that the weak force, but not the electromagnetic force, is stronger for electrons with one spin orientation than for those with the other, a phenomenon known as parity violation (SN: 1/15/00, p.
TEM-cells are known to generate uniform electromagnetic fields for standard measurements.
Wondering at the cause, he contacted the manufacturer of the device and was told it was electromagnetic waves emitted from nearby keitai.
high-amplitude and low-frequency, along with the advantages of an electromagnetic feeder such as quick stopping, no rotating or sliding parts, no belts and compact design.
Reference [5] is an example of an earlier study on radiated electromagnetic noise propagation paths.
Asia Pacific is the largest region in the Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) Shielding Market with high production and supply of EMC products as per IndustryARC analytics.
The Porter's five forces framework has been applied for the analysis of the electromagnetic compatibility shielding and test equipment market.
Electromagnetic spectrum has long been critical to our nation's security and economy.
Results: There was marked reduction in pain of patients with backache after treatment with pulsed electromagnetic therapy.
Electromagnetic interference can interfere with the proper operation of many electronic systems by inducing electric currents into wiring and PC board traces, resulting in difficult to diagnose equipment malfunctions.
The primer is expanded from the material Toh taught in a course to help electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) engineers be less dependent upon empirical data when solving puzzling electromagnetic interference (EMI) problems.
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