Getting to know… Us!

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Hello readers, Woooo hoooo, we survived for a year! 😛   For the anniversary week, I thought!  What could bring the authors and readers to better understand each other? We have written a lot about our backgrounds and our articles reflect our individuality. Though we have studied together we come from different scientific fields, different...
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Quiz

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To celebrate the first anniversary of BlogIONIK we prepared a special quiz for you. It consists of 10 questions which are based on the content of our articles posted in the last year. Rules: Write down your answers and send them on this e-mail: quiz@blogionik.org with the subject: Quiz Some questions have multiple choice answers,...
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Papyrus and electrostatic water condensation

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  Dear readers, this is the last topic of three articles about electrostatic fields. In the first one I wrote about strategies for water condensation, and the second one was about natural electrostatic fields on plants. This article is about my own research where I investigated, if plants can actually condensate atmospheric water vapour on the...
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BlogIONIK is on holiday

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Dear followers, we are on holiday!   With temperatures rising and outdoor activities calling we will take a few weeks off to be back with new articles and fresh ideas by the end of July. We are looking forward to soon be celebrating our one-year-blogging-anniversary with you!   Have a great time,   Anja, Kathi,...
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Natural electrostatic fields

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It is not so common to mention plants in relation to electrostatic fields. Nevertheless, there are some interesting facts about this topic and you might be surprised how many natural processes are hidden behind the phenomenon of electrostatics. Electrostatic fields of plants During fair weather conditions (meaning a relatively clear sky with calm winds), a vertical electric...
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