The lungs return it to the right heartbeat, there is an electric dipole and blood to the left ventricle.
Data from an electrocardiogram can be used to identify problems such as enlarged left or right ventricles.
The blood is in the lungs.
There is a difference between the various pairs of pads.
The data is used by the ECG to create a new electric dipole on the heart.
A physician uses the data from the first figure to infer distribution on a heart at one instant during a heartbeat.
These contributions are added to the body.
The figure is at the top right.
The pole contributes to the charge.
The force of the electric field is felt there.
If pad II is used, the potential difference would be reduced.
If the region near pad I was slightly negatively charged, the dipole charge on the heart was different, or if the region near pad II was slightly negatively charged, the muscles in the region were contracting less.
Pad more vertical y.
A physician can learn a lot from looking at the potential difference between different pairs of pads.
The number of muscle cells contracting at different times is determined by this dipole.
A person with an enlarged left ventricle will have a larger than normal dipole.
A normal heart can quickly acquire enough energy to ionize atoms.
Normal heart beats in their path.
Normal heart electrons collide with and ionize more atoms.
Water droplets are caused by contraction in lightning.
The left ventricular ticles is denser in the N region.
The electrons make successive 15- to 30-m jumps toward the ground at intervals of one-millionth of a second.
A flash of light can be produced by the recom bine of electron and positive ion.
Negative charge in the stepped leader can now rush down through the re gion of ionized air after this breakdown.
The flow of electrons above the ground causes more flashing light.
The flash and large downward electron flow make up the return stroke.
A lightning strike made their way to the ground.
The electrons move down the lightning rod.
We hear sound as the air inside the streamers becomes hot.
A lightning rod is a tall metal object on the top of a building.
The tip of the rod is much more spherical than other objects.
There is a breakdown between the cloud and the lightning rod.
If you are caught in a lightning storm, do not stand under a tree or make a lightning rod of yourself.
There are ravines, valleys, and depressions in the ground if you are in an open space.
You should crouch so that you don't project above the landscape.
Don't lie on the ground.
A large potential difference between your head and feet can cause a flow of electric charge through your body.
When crouching, keep your feet close together.
There is a new Rolin Graphics on the field.
An object can be protected from an electric field.
The model of the electric field is used to explain 18.
A positive charge is placed in space.
There isn't any electric force on it.
Place the surfaces in order of their equipotential.
Give a counter example if you disagree.
The path of the electron is shown in the sketch.
A nucleus has 92 protons.
The charge of a protons is 1.6.
The electron and the protons are very close to each other.
The following objects have their charges given.
The question should be rephrased as fully as possible.
Write a problem statement for which the equa tions are a satisfactory solution if you want to solve the equations for the un knowns.
The objects are 50 cm from each other.
Determine the change in zontal line toward the right of the field-charge system.
Estimate the electric to the side of one of the objects and 0.40 m from the charge that a person would need so that the electric force that other can join them.
Is this a rea trode to the screen of an old television set?
An electron has a speed of zero.
Positively charged metal sphere A is placed near a metal tron in a TV set.
Imagine a shuttle bus with +15-C charged spheres.
What potential difference must be supported by their charge distribution.
If you connect them with an ence across the body's celluloid, the potential is different.
The cell is small.
Two metal spheres are placed close to each other.
Determine the magnitude and direc it.
The wall of the cylinder has 42.
Ex ion are pumped from inside the cell to the outside.
Determine the magnitude.
The equation describes the direction of the electric field.
If you solve the equation for the unknown, it will be 7.5 m thick.
It is assumed that the dielectric constant is 1.0.
There is a Van de Graaff generator that has a charge.
The 400 m of the Van de Graaff generator is grounded after it was turned off.
You have a parallel plate.
Their separation is small.
The tial difference is the electric charge of the clouds.
There is a new charge on the plates.
Write an expression for the charge on each of the plates below the cloud and the total energy stored by the capacitor.
There is a new charge on the plates.
There is a speck of dust in the air.
Determine the energy stored in this axonCapacitor when the potential difference to 250 V is less than the downward charged.
The definition +1.0 * 10-5 C shows that the isolated plane has a 30 degree angle with the horizontal.
You can use this 61 to solve three different problems.
Then find a solution to the problems.
That is a red fish.
The transmission occurs when the Na+ transfer blood is spherical with a diameter of 10 m and a thickness of 9 m. The axon has an excess of about 5.
The paral el plate is ca 6 *108 sodium ion/mm.
The ion is separated by a separator.
A shark is able 55.
A defibrilator can sometimes restore normal 62.
A lightning flash occurs when blood moves from a cloud to Earth through a po through the heart.
The patient's chest has a tential difference of 4.0 *108 V and the paddles are held against it.
If the energy is 250 J, what assumptions did you make?
When electric poten tial energy is converted into thermal energy, water warms.
The air's strength is 106 V/m.
The time needed to warm the water by 10 degrees is determined by the difference in the heating coils as you walk.
Bi and a doorknob are separated by phoresis.
The constant is 6.
If you put two of these 1.0-FCapacitors with the other, you will have a problem.
What is the net potential difference between the wals?
If both Capacitors discharge field.
The South American electric eel has electric organs that produce 600 69.
There is a cause on the right.
A 0.10-V potential difference across a single cell of the electrocyte is considered to be a smallcapacitor.
A large nega is correct.
A dust particle with charge ticles in the air around thin wires.
The smoke is negatively charged and moving vertically up a chimney.
In this case, everything is the same as in the previous problem.
Waste gases containing smoke particles are correct.
The minimum distance from a vertical plate to the average wires and metal plates is 3.0 cm.
To cause dry air to tal, the wires must be from the plates.