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Definitions

  1. An electrical field is used to move the negatively charged DNA molecules through porous agarose gel. (Web site)
  2. An electrical field is applied to allow proteins to migrate. (Web site)
  3. An electrical field is applied 904 around the sensor so impedance of the CSF can be measured 906 with the sensor. (Web site)
  4. When an electrical field is applied to the gel containing the DNA, the DNA moves toward the positive electrode because it has a negative electrical charge. (Web site)
  5. If the electrical field is excited by a direct (DC) or low frequency current, the electrical change is closely proportional to the volume of the particle. (Web site)

Shape

  1. When subjected to external fields, like an electrical field, the shape of an atom may deviate from that a sphere.

Separation

  1. An electrophoresis technique for separation of large DNA. Alternating electrical field is applied to run DNA through a low density agarose gel matrix.

Heart

  1. AnECG records the changing potentials of the electrical field imparted by the heart. (Web site)

Gravity

  1. This experiment used an electrical field to prevent a charged droplet of oil from falling as a result of gravity.

Magnetic

  1. It is the affect of the magnetic and electrical field on the atom producing the wave, not on the wave itself, that changes the spectral line. (Web site)

Proton

  1. But the electrical field from inside the black hole itself can not escape due to gravity, so the outside proton is unaffected. (Web site)

Electric Charge

  1. When an electric charge exists within an object, a force is exerted from its electrical field.

Semiconductor

  1. The field-effect transistor is so named because an incoming weak electrical signal creates an electrical field across a section of semiconductor. (Web site)
  2. Their first attempts were based on Shockley's ideas about using an external electrical field on a semiconductor to affect its conductivity. (Web site)

Radiant Energy

  1. Electroluminescence is a simply light (radiant energy) created by an electrical field that does not result in heat.

Agarose Gel

  1. Gel electrophoresis apparatus - An agarose gel is placed in this buffer-filled box and electrical field is applied via the power supply to the rear.

Agarose Gels

  1. Contrary to what you might expect, very large fragments of DNA readily move in agarose gels when an electrical field is applied. (Web site)

Electrical Charges

  1. The electrical charges (nerves impulses) created by the billions of neurons in the brain combine to generate an electrical field. (Web site)

Proteins

  1. Proteins carry a positive or a negative electrical charge, and they move in fluid when placed in an electrical field.
  2. In a clinical protein electrophoresis test, proteins are separated on the basis of how fast they move on a medium in an electrical field. (Web site)

Change

  1. Also, when an electron accelerates in an electrical field, the energy of electron does change. (Web site)
  2. An external electrical field may change a semiconductor's resistivity.

Magnetic Field

  1. In addition to the magnetic field, other phenomena that were modeled as vector fields by Faraday include the electrical field and light field. (Web site)
  2. Reactive Power - The electrical power that oscillates between the magnetic field of an inductor and the electrical field of a capacitor. (Web site)

Electrical

  1. Brain function is associated with electrical activity, which is always accompanied by an electrical field. (Web site)

Dna

  1. The actual process of DNA analysis is based on the fact that different sizes of DNA will move at varying rates of speed in an electrical field. (Web site)
  2. DNA will therefore electrophorese toward the positive electrode when placed in an electrical field. (Web site)
  3. Fragments of DNA are placed in a semiporous gel, and an electrical field is turned on. (Web site)

Electrophoresis

  1. Electrophoresis is the migration or separation of charged particles or solutes of a liquid solution in an electrical field. (Web site)
  2. Electrophoresis is a technique that separates large molecules by size using an applied electrical field and a sieving matrix. (Web site)

Isoelectric Point

  1. Thus, the isoelectric point is the value of pH at which the colloidal particle remains stationary in an electrical field. (Web site)

Electrical Field

  1. Serum protein electrophoresis uses an electrical field to separate the proteins in the blood serum into groups of similar size, shape, and charge.
  2. Gel electrophoresis is a procedure that separates molecules on the basis of their rate of movement through a gel under the influence of an electrical field.
  3. The electrical field causes the electrons to move from the semiconductor toward the negative surface, where they become available to the electrical circuit.

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