electromotive


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electromotive

of, concerned with, producing, or tending to produce an electric current
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Having calculated the magnetic flux through the contour II, induced electromotive force in the same contour can be calculated as well:
2] activity inside the reaction chamber causes a change in the electromotive force because of the change in the pH of the bicarbonate solution between the [CO.
It has to follow the paths of reactions (applying electricity, according to Faraday a rich source of insight) by absolute measurements of the electromotive force, with which Bosscha initiated the mechanical theory of electrolysis (as well as that of the velocity of electrolytic motion).
Much speculation took place earlier in this century (see reference 12) on the "seat of electromotive force" in electrochemical cells, including the role of the metal's work function.
The skeleton of the ship is organically grown and the rotating fins power the craft by cycling water through an electromotive field.
The force pushing the electrons is called the electromotive force.
As the magnetic particles passed through copper coils placed at the entrance and exit of each section of the processing system, an electromotive force (end) was generated.
This scheme relies on using anodes made of a metal or alloy such as magnesium that is higher in the electromotive series than the pipeline steel and electrically connecting them to the pipeline.
Also this conductance increase and the membrane electromotive force decrease occurred at nearly the same time, which was late in the rising phase of the monophasic action potential.
As the mold is lowered into the metal, numerous events are computer actuated including: activating the depth of immersion based upon transducer feedback, varying the electromotive field in the casting furnace and timing the dwell.
Patent #8358093B2 - Sample and hold time stamp for sensing zero crossing of a back electromotive force in 3-phase brushless DC motors.
The TAS2555 Class-H audio amplifier with integrated speaker protection uses back electromotive force and low power of 5.