Subject: How does atmospheric pressure affect electronic resistance?
Date: Thu May 22 08:37:46 2003
Posted by Joel Bolton
Grade level: teacher/prof
School: Pace Institute
City: Reading State/Province: PA
Area of science: Physics
If vacuum is the absence of matter and an electron has mass and is therefore
matter than current could not pass through a vacuum. But if you define a vacuum
as less than atmospheric pressure would current pass through this environment,
and if so is there a relationship between air pressure and electronic resistance
Re: How does atmospheric pressure affect electronic resistance?
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