electroendosmosis

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electroendosmosis

[i‚lek·trō¦en·däs′mō·səs]
(physics)
The production of an endosmosis effect by an electrical potential; that is, the use of electricity to cause diffusion of a liquid through an organic membrane.
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At low frequencies, most of the applied voltage drops across the double layer, AC electro-osmosis is important.
AC electro-osmosis velocity and the resulting fluid flow exert a drag force on particles.
Biased AC electro-osmosis for on-chip bioparticle processing, IEEE Trans.
As intriguing as the idea may be that the interplay between electrophoresis and electro-osmosis controls EF-directed migration and growth, there is very little evidence to support it.
The role of electro-osmosis in the electric-field-induced movement of charged macromolecules on the surfaces of cells.
Louis, uses electro-osmosis to transport contaminants through layered bioremediation zones in otherwise impermeable soils.
Research on reducing adhesion by soil electro-osmosis and its affecting factors.
The first stage, scheduled from April to May, will test the efficacy of electro-osmosis on a clear clay pit located near the waste site that is physically similar to the soil in the waste site itself," said Ho.
Soil electro-osmosis can be used to increase the thickness of water film.
The time of static touch between soil and shovel is approximately 13 seconds and electro-osmosis may be applied effectively in this time interval.
The longer the electro-osmosis time, the more water moves out and creates a thick water film at soil-tool interface.

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