external circuit

external circuit

[ek′stərn·əl ′sər·kət]
(physical chemistry)
All connecting wires, devices, and current sources which achieve desired conditions within an electrolytic cell.
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Tenders are invited for Repair, Maintenance & rewiring of amaged internal electrical wiring and external circuit wiring for power supply in ACs, providing and fixing of exhaust fans and other miscellaneous work in Central Hospital Dakra under GM Unit, NK Area.
Electrical current now flows across the dendrites instead of the external circuit, rendering the battery useless and dead.
As the droplets jump, they carry charge from one plate to the other; if the two plates are connected through an external circuit, that charge difference can be harnessed to provide power.
With the help of an external circuit, the metallized material becomes a surface that can detect charges.
There, the zinc combines with hydroxide in the water-based solution and furnishes electrons to the external circuit.
Bond wires or ribbons are used to connect the input and output ports of the attenuators to the external circuit transmission lines.
9 : being the part from which the electric current flows to the external circuit <the positive pole of a storage battery>
Under the control of an external circuit, each pixel can transfer its electric charge to a neighboring pixel.
This electronic switch allows toggling between the internal and external circuit.
I keep my electrical stuff on an external circuit breaker for safety reasons but the TV and surround sound were both on standby and it must have just overheated and the whole thing has gone up in smoke.
The electrons released at the first electrode are forced to flow through an external circuit, creating a current flow.
When the detection event disrupts a channel, a million ions suddenly stop flowing, creating a signal that is readily detected in an external circuit.

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