negative electron

negative electron

[′neg·əd·iv i′lek‚trän]
(physics)
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Electron Fish attractors are said to create a positive ion field that attracts fish from a distance and a negative electron charge that makes them bite.
This process creates the negative electron (E-) that powers the bus.
TPM images should contain slightly different information from TEM patterns because positrons "see" a target's atomic world of positively charged nuclei shrouded in negative electron clouds differently than electrons do.
While researchers have discovered other 2D materials like graphene, molybdenum disulphide, and borophene, these materials only allow the movement of N-type, or negative electrons.
Players have to place the universe in perfect balance using positive and negative electrons.
This is just the opposite of "normal" plasmas, where the negative electrons are thousands of times lighter than the positive ions.
Others had shown reason to speculate that negative electrons and positive particles paired up in dyads that occupied an atom with lots of space separating them, like so many mosquitoes trapped in a jar.
An atom gains a charge when it has an unequal number of negative electrons and positive protons.
After a while the protons move from the balloon to the plastic, while negative electrons drop off and the materials lose their attraction for each other because they have the same charges.