electro-osmotic love



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  • adj. Alternative form of electroosmotic.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • In physical chemistry, producing, produced by, or connected with electric osmose.


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  • The researchers pushed liquid through the plate in just a fraction of a second by applying a low-voltage pulse that drives a process known as electro-osmotic flow.

    Scientific American

  • The research builds on previously published work that demonstrated the efficacy of what's called electro-osmotic pumping between surface tension-held interfaces, first by using just two larger water droplets.

    PhysOrg.com - latest science and technology news stories

  • The brilliance of the microfluidic cell is that ABEL can move both charged and neutral particles -- the latter via a sort of "electro-osmotic" effect due to hydrodynamics forces

    Cocktail Party Physics


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