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ELECTRICS
ELECTRIC SCOOTER
ELECTRIC BIKES
COMPANY
INSURANCE
ELECTRIC GENERATORS
PRODUCT TYPES
GOLF CARTS
ELECTRIC BICYCLES
CAR
ELECTRIC VEHICLES
POWER
GENERAL ELECTRIC
FOLDING ELECTRIC
POWERED
ELECTRIC CONVERSION KITS
SCOOTERS
GAS SCOOTERS
WHEEL
ATV
GAS ELECTRIC
HYBRID
WWW
GAS-POWERED
ELECTRIC
MEASURE
NEGATIVE
POSITIVE
MAGNETIC CHARGES
PHYSICS
UNIT
QUANTITY
WAVE
MOTION
ELECTROMAGNETISM
INTERACTION
MOLECULES
ATOMS
GRAVITY
MASS
ELECTRIC GUITARS
FENDER
ELECTRIC POTENTIAL ENERGY
POTENTIAL ENERGY
DEVICE
ALTERNATOR
Review of Short Phrases and Links

    This Review contains major "Electric"- related terms, short phrases and links grouped together in the form of Encyclopedia article.

Definitions

  1. Electric is fine, but not always necessary — Electric or power-assisted toothbrushes are a fine alternative to manual brushes. (Web site)
  2. A dielectric is an electrical insulator that may be polarized by an applied electric field. (Web site)
  3. A dielectric is an electrical insulator that may be polarized by the action of an applied electric field. (Web site)
  4. Sun Electric is the name of an electronic music group from Berlin.
  5. Electric is a total waste of time and an enviromental distraction. (Web site)

Electrics

  1. Overview - This electric chopper takes extreme to a whole new level.
  2. One of those very useful devices is the electric wheelchair lift.
  3. Decadent desserts, movies, lattes and wine, $1000 strollers, electric skateboards, SUVs, and dinner in the clouds.
  4. Find a great selection of Chef'sChoice knife sharpeners, slicers, electric tea kettles and more at CHEFS.Wholesale Electric Supply.

Electric Scooter

  1. Watt electric scooter volt.
  2. Featured electric scooter moped articles.
  3. ETS sells kids electric scooters and mopeds for adults.
  4. When you charge an electric scooter it costs less than a nickle of electricity from a regular wall outlet.
  5. Temperature affects the battery, hot or cold weather can limit the range that the electric scooter will go on a single charge.

Electric Bikes

  1. Sells classic and electric bikes.
  2. Currie is the leader in electric bikes and scooters.
  3. BionX is a fully integrative electric bike system.
  4. The leading U.S. manufacturer of electric bikes, Currie Technologies, offers bikes and kits.

Company

  1. Baldor Electric Company is an equal opportunity employer.
  2. ASE Manufacturers is a Taiwan company with a line of pedaled and electric tricycles.

Insurance

  1. Get a free online Electric Insurance Clo auto insurance quote.
  2. Get a free online Electric Insurancde Co auto insurance quote.
  3. Provides auto and home insurance Electric uinsurance Co nationwide.
  4. GE employees quickly spread word about Electric Insurance to family and friends and today, more than half their policyholders have no formal ties to GE.

Electric Generators

  1. Portable Generator - Choose the right portable generator for you at Electric Generators Direct.
  2. Northwest Electric Generators Offers electric and diesel generators for industrial, military, or home use.

Product Types

  1. Product types: electric bicycles. (Web site)
  2. Product types: solar PV electric systems. (Web site)

Golf Carts

  1. Remote controlled electric golf carts.
  2. Golf cart repair, electric golf carts.
  3. Because of this, many businesses utilize electric workhorse like golf carts.
  4. Electric golf carts use a bank of standard lead-acid batteries to run an electric motor.

Electric Bicycles

  1. Manufacture of bicycles and electric bicycles. China.
  2. Electric bicycles with bicycle motor kits, get motorized bicycle.
  3. Source for electric bikes and electric bicycles from Currie, Lashout, Tidalforce and various other Electric Bicycles.
  4. We-re excited because this bike is the only -consumer brand name- electric bicycle on the market, he commented.

Car

  1. We have electricity and electric cars today.
  2. An electric bike got me out of my car. (Web site)
  3. About advanced electric cars, hybrid-electric and fuel cell vehicles.
  4. Hydrogen. Doomed. Save your investment money for battery-driven electric cars.

Electric Vehicles

  1. Alternative energy and electric vehicle books.
  2. Translation: It's not just Mitsubishi promising a fully electric vehicle by 2010--Nissan has now jumped into the fray.

Power

  1. Electric power will get you up to 14 mph. (Web site)
  2. Electric power assist bicycles for transportation, recreation and pleasure.
  3. Falcon EV encourages builders to get creative with our electric power systems.
  4. Properly utilized, a single car battery can be used to power an electric automobile indefinitely. (Web site)
  5. Acro Electric is a full service electrical contractor specializing in solar power. (Web site)

General Electric

  1. NBC Universal is 80%-owned by General Electric, with 20% owned by Vivendi.
  2. Electric (General electric oven) Electric Electric - CAD electrical circuit design system.
  3. Monday, September 04, 2006 General electric replacement parts - Transmission repair and replacement, oil changes.

Folding Electric

  1. Offers folding electric bikes.
  2. Supplier of lightweight folding electric bikes. (Web site)
  3. PRWeb - Low priced, high specification folding electric bike.

Powered

  1. Sells electric powered and hybrid bikes. (Web site)
  2. Electric bicycles are generally powered by rechargeable batteries.
  3. Electric Bike Company, your source for electric powered bikes, scooters and more.
  4. Manufacturer of electric motor powered bicycles and power assisted kits.

Electric Conversion Kits

  1. ItsElectric: Offers electric conversion kits and parts. (Web site)
  2. Selling the latest in electric bicycle, electric scooter and electric conversion kit technology.

Scooters

  1. Sells electric scooters, motorcycles, and bicycles.
  2. Electric Rider: Offers scooters, bikes, and mopeds. Also sells parts and accessories. (Web site)
  3. We have electric scooters and gas powered motor scooters.
  4. Offers battery powered electric bikes, electric bicycles, electric scooters and motor bike conversion kits. (Web site)
  5. Electric scooters can go as light as 22 pounds.

Gas Scooters

  1. Dealer of the Badsey electric scooters.
  2. Offers electric, gas scooters and parts.
  3. The Pukka is an electric minibike, not a scooter. (Web site)
  4. Online retailer of electric scooters, bicycles and motorcycles. (Web site)
  5. The power of rad2go. Electric scooters from rad2go produce outrageous power, have outstanding quality and unbeatable reliability.

Wheel

  1. Most electric drive systems directly drive a wheel.
  2. The Electric Wheel’s dual motor offers sailors an extra margin of safety. (Web site)

Atv

  1. A powerful off road electric ATV. A technological revolution in all weather, all terrain transportation.
  2. Dealer for electric and gas powered models. Motorcycles and ATV's are also sold. Located in Utah.

Gas Electric

  1. Offers gas and electric scooters.
  2. Sells gas and electric scooters, carts, bikes and trikes.

Hybrid

  1. This product is a unique, hybrid electric bicycle.
  2. An early "hybrid" gasoline electric is a 1914 Owen Magnetic.
  3. Market leaders are Panasonic, Yamaha, and Honda. Panasonic is now introducing their new hybrid electric bike designed for the U.S. market.

Www

  1. Click to visit www.Electric Insurajce.com ElectricInsurance.com .
  2. These www.Electric Insura ce.com zero-emission vehicles have a range www.
  3. Free shipping available. www.dogfunk.com Electric: Yahoo! Shopping Compare prices, read reviews and more.

Gas-Powered

  1. Performance of electric motor-scooters (pictured here) and motorcycles lies between electric bikes and gas-powered motorcycles.
  2. Chinese manufacturer of electric and gas-powered scooters.

Electric

  1. Particles of light, photons, carry electric and magnetic fields.
  2. A bass guitar is an electric or acoustic bass - a stringed instrument similar in design to the guitar, but with longer scale and tuned lower in pitch. (Web site)
  3. Charged particles can be accelerated, decelerated, or deflected by electric or magnetic fields which have no effect on neutrons. (Web site)
  4. I'm not the one who's bothered by electric-assist bicycles.
  5. Company Profile: Manufacturer of electric chain, wire rope. (Web site)

Measure

  1. Volt A unit of measure of electrical force given to the electrons in an electric circuit.
  2. Electrical conductivity or specific conductance is a measure of a material's ability to conduct an electric current. (Web site)

Negative

  1. In comparison, the total electric charge of these bodies is zero because half of all charges are negative. (Web site)
  2. Accordingly, in QED theory there are two values for electric charge on particles, positive and negative. (Web site)
  3. An electric current is passed through the medium, creating a "positive" anode and "negative" cathode end. (Web site)

Positive

  1. The electric charge of electrons is called "negative" (-) and that of ions "positive" (+).
  2. Ions are divided into cations with positive (+) electric charge; or anions with negative (-) charge.
  3. But that normal matter has an electric charge (positive for the protons, negative for the electrons). (Web site)

Magnetic Charges

  1. Rather, it purports that there is a continuum spherical distribution of both electric and magnetic charges inside the electron. (Web site)
  2. The product of the electric and magnetic charges is a single Dirac unit, and the quantum of charge is that required by string duality. (Web site)

Physics

  1. In physics, a dyon is a hypothetical particle with both electric and magnetic charges.
  2. In physics, a charged particle is a particle with an electric charge. (Web site)
  3. In physics, the electric dipole moment (or electric dipole for short) is a measure of the polarity of a system of electric charges.

Unit

  1. Catenary or Catenary Structure: the overhead wire system used to send electricity to a locomotive or electric multiple unit.
  2. In this combination, the unit is designed to switch between electric and gas heating as needed to optimize efficiency from each fuel source. (Web site)
  3. The unit of electric charge q is the Coulomb (C). The electric charge can be negative, zero, or positive. (Web site)

Quantity

  1. The unit of quantity of electric charge, the coulomb, is named in his honor. (Web site)
  2. The SI unit of quantity of electric charge is the coulomb, which is equivalent to about 6.242 × 10 18 e (e is the charge of a proton).
  3. Every physical quantity is some combination of mass, length, time, electric charge, and temperature, (denoted M, L, T, Q, and Θ (theta), respectively). (Web site)

Wave

  1. The first of Maxwell's equations implies that electric field is orthogonal to the direction the wave propagates. (Web site)
  2. For electromagnetic radiation, the amplitude corresponds to the electric field of the wave.
  3. The message in our nerve fibres is not transmitted by an electric current as such, but by a wave of depolarization (Fig. (Web site)

Motion

  1. The motion of charged particles (especially the motion of electrons in metals) in a given direction is known as electric current.
  2. Energy exists in many forms: as heat, kinetic (motion) energy, and potential (gravitational, electric, and magnetic) energy, to name a few.
  3. Because the electron has both an electric charge and a spin, it can be called a charge in motion. (Web site)

Electromagnetism

  1. Electromagnetism admits a duality interchanging electric and magnetic field and electric charges and monopoles.
  2. The Biot-Savart Law is an equation in electromagnetism that describes the magnetic field B generated by an electric current.
  3. In electromagnetism, for example, it may be useful to use dimensions of M, L, T, and Q, where Q represents quantity of electric charge.

Interaction

  1. For example, photons mediate the interaction of electric charges, and gluons mediate the interaction of color charges. (Web site)
  2. For example, photons are the mediators of the interaction of electric charges; and gluons are the mediators of the interaction of color charge s. (Web site)
  3. The interaction of electric and magnetic fields produces an electromagnetic field, which has its own existence in space apart from the charges involved. (Web site)

Molecules

  1. Gas phase particles (atoms, molecules, or ions) move around freely in the absence of an applied electric field. (Web site)
  2. Most excited molecules possess an electric or magnetic dipole, and emit photons (light) after about 10 - 8 seconds. (Web site)
  3. Mass spectrometry measures mass-to-charge ratio of molecules using electric and magnetic fields. (Web site)

Atoms

  1. The term is most commonly used for the energy levels of electrons in atoms or molecules, which are bound by the electric field of the nucleus. (Web site)
  2. For example, the electric currents in electrolytes are flows of electrically charged atoms (ions), which exist in both positive and negative varieties.
  3. Electric currents in electrolytes are flows of electrically charged atoms (ions).

Gravity

  1. The electromagnetic force operates on a different physical quantity (electric charge) than gravity (mass) so it cannot be compared directly to gravity.
  2. The values of E, the applied electric field, m the mass of a drop, and g, the acceleration due to gravity, are all known values. (Web site)
  3. Spacetime, light, and gravity remain unified, electric and magnetic fields remain unified.

Mass

  1. The ratio of mass to charge for each fragment is determined by its behavior in electric and magnetic fields. (Web site)
  2. Neutrons have about the same mass as protons but no electric charge, and occur in the nuclei of all atoms except hydrogen. (Web site)
  3. Probably the easiest way to see why is to compare gravity with E&M since the mass is the analog of electric charge for the gravitational field.

Electric Guitars

  1. Electronic: Bernard Sumner (vocals, keyboards, programming); Johnny Marr (acoustic & electric guitars, keyboards, programming). (Web site)
  2. You think you hear electric guitars, drums, and other instruments but in fact it's the voices of the band members. (Web site)
  3. Kiko Loureiro - all electric guitars, acoustic guitars, bass guitars, piano, keyboards, percussion and programming. (Web site)

Fender

  1. It covers both electric, as well as acoustic guitar, and dedicates about half of the book to Fender and Gibson guitars.
  2. It was 50 years ago that Fender introduced the American Telecaster into its line of electric guitars.
  3. Fender recognized the potential for an electric guitar that was easy to hold, easy to tune, and easy to play. (Web site)

Electric Potential Energy

  1. Voltage is electric potential energy per unit charge, measured in joules per coulomb (= volts).
  2. Magnetic potential energy is closely related to electric potential energy, since both types of potential are mediated by the electromagnetic field. (Web site)
  3. The electric potential energy will be negative if the charges have opposite sign and positive if the charges have the same sign. (Web site)

Potential Energy

  1. Electric potential: the electric potential energy per amount of charge, measured in volts, and often called voltage. (Web site)
  2. A related quantity called electric potential (commonly denoted with a V for voltage) is equal to the electric potential energy per unit charge.
  3. This field provides an electric potential energy, measured in volts, for the charged particles that move through the field.

Device

  1. This device could measure the electric charge from as few as 1–150 ions with an error margin of less than 0.3%. (Web site)
  2. The telephone or phone (Greek: tele = far away and phone = voice) is a telecommunication s device that transmits speech by means of electric signals.
  3. Storage Battery - A device capable of transforming energy from electric to chemical form and vice versa.

Alternator

  1. A rotating part of a mechanical device, for example in an electric motor, generator, alternator or pump. (Web site)
  2. A diesel generator is the combination of a diesel engine with an electrical generator (often called an alternator) to generate electric energy.

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