Faraday shield


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Faraday shield

[′far·ə‚dā ‚shēld]
(electricity)
Electrostatic shield composed of wire mesh or a series of parallel wires, usually connected at one end to another conductor which is grounded. Also known as Faraday cage; Faraday screen.
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