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Ventricular tachycardia is a pulse rate of more than 100 beats per minute, with at least three irregular heartbeats in a row. It is a major cause of sudden cardiac death. The condition can develop...

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Animal behaviour: Electric eels use shocks to sense

Electric eels send out strong zaps to track moving prey by their electrical conductivity, enabling the eels to strike with remarkable precision.Electric eels (Electrophorus electricus; pictured) are k...

Global Electric Dryer Market 2015-2019

About electric dryer An electric dryer consists of a tumbling drum, which uses hot air to dry clothes. The air inside an electric dryer is heated with the help of coiled wires, which gets hot when ele...

Nanostructuring technology to simultaneously control heat and electricity

The improvement of thermoelectric materials that can directly convert wasted heat to electric energy may lead to one of the solutions for energy issues. For high performance in thermoelectric material...

Researchers make ultrasensitive conductivity measurements

Researchers at Rice Univ. have discovered a new way to make ultrasensitive conductivity measurements at optical frequencies on high-speed nanoscale electronic components.Read more about Researchers ma...

Nanotube fibers being tested as a way to restore electrical health to hearts

Rice University and Texas Heart Institute researchers are studying the use of soft, flexible fibers made of carbon nanotubes to restore electrical conductivity to damaged heart tissue.

Conductivity in organic semiconductors hybridized with the vacuum field

The surface plasmon modes of periodic hole arrays in Ag and Al films enhance by one order of magnitude the conductivity and the carrier mobility of organic semiconducting films deposited on these stru...

Guiding Cells with Electric Fields to Heal Wounds

Many living things can respond to electric fields, either moving or using them to detect prey or enemies. Weak electric fields may be important growth and development, and in wound healing: it's known...

Solving mysteries of conductivity in polymers

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Carbon Nanotubes Nanocomposites with Highly Enhanced Strength and Conductivity for Flexible Electric Circuits.

Carbon nanotubes (CNTs) have an important role in nanotechnology due to their unique properties, retaining the inherent material flexibility, superior strength, and electrical conductivity, unless the...

Controlled motion of electrically neutral microparticles by pulsed direct current.

A controlled motion of electrically neutral microparticles in a conductive liquid at high temperatures has not yet been realized under the uniform direct electric current field. We propose a simple me...

Terahertz Plasmonic Field-Induced Conductivity Modulation in Gold.

We report the observation of terahertz (THz) electric field induced conductivity modulation in sub-wavelength gold plasmonic media. Through all-THz pump-probe time-resolved transmission spectroscopy, ...

Electric-Field Modulation of Damping Constant in a Ferromagnetic Semiconductor (Ga,Mn)As.

The modulation of the Gilbert damping constant α in (Ga,Mn)As by the application of an electric field is detected by ferromagnetic resonance measurements, where α increases with decreasing hole conc...

Cardiac Mechano-Electric Coupling: A Role in Regulating Normal Function of the Heart?

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