electrostatic attraction


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electrostatic attraction

[i‚lek·trə′stad·ik ə′trak·shən]
(electricity)
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Therefore, the variation of peak position is expected to reflect the physical and molecular changes upon the electrostatic attraction between amine and carbonyl groups.
The adsorption phenomenon of Cr (VI) to the selected biosorbents can be attributed to various mechanisms such as electrostatic attraction and repulsion, chemical interactions and ion exchange responsible for adsorption of Cr (VI) acid chromium (HCr[O.
3] was adsorbed through electrostatic attraction by the soils, and the proportion of [DELTA] desorption in [DELTA] adsorption in Table 2 roughly represented the relative contribution of electrostatic adsorption to the total increment of Zn(II) adsorption due to the presence of arsenate.
By using Exosect's patented Entostat powder formulated with minute quantities of the female Codling Moth pheromone, the male moths that enter the dispensers become contaminated with the Entostat powder via electrostatic attraction.
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.

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