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- adjective physics Describing any of several phenomena in which
electric chargecauses movement
- adjective physics Describing the
heatingeffect of an electric current
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Assuming the electrokinetic mechanism as the most effective one we find that the charged fluid flows from these wedge-like ends of the ruptured segment to its center.
Microfluidic devices typically depend upon electrokinetic or traditional pressure methods to move microscopic amounts of fluid around a fixed microchip.
These appear to be advanced forms of electrokinetic/antigravity experiments of secret military programs, see:
Skygas (TM) is a unique electrokinetic process that converts solid and semisolid carbonaceous wastes into a clean-burning synthesis gas that can be burned to raise steam and make electric power.
It's essentially a real-time electrokinetic feedback process that can be used to control the motion of individual molecules: basically, those carefully timed electric jolts induces an electrokinetic "drift" that cancels the natural Brownian motion of the molecule.
- electrostatic and electrokinetic attractive forces (Coulomb forces).
(Especially bad, ’cause one of the major villains happens to be an electrokinetic, ha.
That’s because DARPA was able to package dozens of photothermal micro-spectroscopy procedures onto a single microchip, including the electrokinetic focusing of bioparticles.