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But there is a strong, overall trend in the "forward" direction as a result of the electric field caused by the external coulomb force.
This study is the first simultaneous analysis of the effects of strong magnetic fields and electron screening on an ion's motion in a Coulomb crystal.
Alternative gauge for potentials is the Coulomb or transverse gauge, i.
The Germany-based automaker has not revealed the details of the investment in Coulomb.
A demonstration of the solution integration will be shown at the Plug-In 2011 conference and exhibition in the Coulomb Technologies booth #121, July 18 - 20 in Raleigh, NC.
We are very proud of our part in enabling Coulomb Technologies charging stations to call 'home'.
Coulomb Technologies, a leader in electric vehicle infrastructure, today announced its expansion into Europe, the Middle East and Africa with the opening of its European headquarters, represented by 365 Energy Group, a venture of Estag Capital AG, in Berlin, Germany.
to the highest values of Coulomb interaction energy between the two fragments.
e]) includes normalization constants, phase-space factors, and standard Coulomb corrections.
The Halliburton's Energy Services Group has been awarded a contract a for the transportation and installation of a steel tube umbilical for Shell's Coulomb project in the Mississippi Canyon leasing area in the U.
Coulomb said he is influenced by the works of Van Gogh, Gauguin and Serusier.
As French physicists Guillaume Amontons and Charles-Augustin de Coulomb established in the 17th and 18th centuries, the sideways force needed to overcome the friction between surfaces is proportional to the forces, such as weight, pressing the surfaces together.