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By Hywel Morgan, Nicolas G. Green
This ebook is an advent to the technological know-how at the back of the recent expertise, and explains how the electrical box interacts with the debris. It describes how those micro-systems are synthetic and the way they're used to check houses of the debris. The authors provide a accomplished therapy of the underlying rules and governing conception for the AC electrokinetic habit of debris, assessment the present cutting-edge in AC electrokinetic manipulation and characterization of debris, and supply chapters on simulation, equipment layout and fabrication.
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An applied electric field causes slight displacement of the individual charges within or around the molecules, giving rise to an induced dipole. 3 Polarisation mechanisms There are three basic molecular polarisation mechanisms that can occur when an electric field is applied to a dielectric: electronic, atomic and orientational (or dipolar). In addition, there is a long-range polarisation which is due to accumulation of charge carriers at interfaces in the dielectric. This is interfacial polarisation.
5 In a uniform field E (indicated by the vector and the dotted field lines), the two charges experience equal and opposite forces resulting in a torque about the centre point of the dipole. 3 Dielectrics A dielectric material is a material that contains charges which polarise under the influence of an applied electric field. These charges are bound within the material and can only move short distances when the field is applied, the negative and positive charges moving in opposite directions to form induced dipoles.
1 The charge Q1 exerts a force F12 on charge Q2. 1) where r is the distance between the two charges and the unit vector rˆ12 points from Q1 to Q2. 1. I. units†. The force is attractive if the two charges are opposite in sign and repulsive if they have the same sign. The force resulting from the action of Q2 on Q1 is equal and opposite. 2 Electric field, the potential and the Principle of Superposition The electric field strength E from a charge Q, is defined as the force per unit charge that produces the Coulomb force on an arbitrary unit (1 C) positive test charge.