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If you purchased Electroscope common stock during the Class Period described above, you may no later than 60 days from today, move the court to serve as lead plaintiff, if you so choose.
n electroscope is an early scientific instrument that is used to detect the presence and magnitude of electric charge on a body.
Taking his electroscope aloft, Hess found that above 5,000 feet, the radiation steadily increased its intensity -- to several times ground levels at 17,500 feet, the maximum altitude of the physicist's balloon.
With the addition of the SIE, Electroscope now offers laparoscopic surgeons the security of active electrode monitoring technology in all the instrument designs they demand.
The scouts learned about basic nuclear concepts, built their own electroscopes and toured the plants training simulator, among other activities.
His electroscopes recorded three times as many charged particles at an altitude of 4,500 meters as they had on the ground, demonstrating that these particles come from the sky.
The resin provides good optical properties, mechanical stability, and ability to be imaged with scanning electroscopes.
Then he details how to make capacitors and electroscopes that determine the electrical condition of the atmosphere.