THAT chains of living or non-living particles (pearl chains) form along the lines of force of electromagnetic fields has been known for many years1–3, and detailed experimental and theoretical analyses of the phenomenon have been carried out2,4.
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GRIFFIN, J., FERRIS, C. Pearl Chain Formation across Radio Frequency Fields. Nature 226, 152–154 (1970). https://doi.org/10.1038/226152a0
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