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positive charge

[′päz·əd·iv ′chärj]
(electricity)
The type of charge which is possessed by protons in ordinary matter, and which may be produced in a glass object by rubbing with silk.
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This unique kill method is of a physical nature and does not use chemicals therefore the spikes and positive charge remain intact ready for the next kill.
In lithium-ion batteries, the electrolyte contains atoms of lithium that have positive charges.
It is assumed that positive charges are holes that exist within the negative energy PV, an assumption that is supported by the Dirac equation and its negative energy solution [4].
of the medium, thereby destroying the positive charge on the amino acid residue (see Chart 6).
These minerals are said to have variable charged surfaces, with positive charge density measured as anion exchange capacity (AEC) increasing at lower pH values and at higher electrolyte concentration.
The EC-20-1 single station system has multiple fixtures for efficient load/unload parts handling, and parts receive a positive charge from anode contacts mounted on the upper moving part of the fixtures.
The only way we can increase the voltage across a capacitor is if we add some additional positive charge to the top conductor and add some negative charge to the bottom conductor.
Cation: an ion (charged particle) with a positive charge.
In patients with this condition, there are defects in the uniformity of this positive charge, allowing positively charged potassium ions to permeate into the wall tissue, causing irritation.
2]O is electrically neutral overall, the hydrogen and oxygen arrangement give it a positive charge at one end and negative charge at the other.
To remove surface graphite from castings, the chemical reduction cycle is followed by a chemical oxidation cycle that requires a positive charge.
The Tanaka team conducted the experiment after adding a chemical compound with a positive charge, called MAPTAC, into a jelly-like substance called NIPA gel, which shrinks when temperatures rise above 35 C and swells when it drops below that.

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