Give Mr Is A Little Static, And They Might Be Cheaper
Static electricity isn't popular. If it's not blowing circuits, it's causing clothes to cling. But Lawrence M. Silverberg, an associate professor of mechanical engineering at North Carolina State University, says static electricity has a good side, too. For example, it could reduce the cost of the magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) systems used in hospitals and clinics.
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