inverse direction

inverse direction

[′in‚vərs də′rek·shən]
(electronics)
The direction in which the electron flow encounters greater resistance in a rectifier, going from the positive to the negative electrode; the opposite of the conducting direction. Also known as reverse direction.
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All of the bodies were buried with their feet facing north and their heads south - except for the woman, who was laid in the inverse direction. And some of them had their teeth cut - a tradition also found in prehistoric Vietnam and Laos, and still practised today among the Jarai ethnic minority in Cambodia for decorative purposes.
The results of network performance improvements clearly demonstrate the significance of building EV lanes and reveal the value of designing inverse direction EV lanes in EV network planning.
Current in the transistor conducting throughout the half-period flows in the inverse direction, from source to drain, i.e.
Both groups took more time when translating in the inverse direction, regardless of the group, and their translation processes presented more segments in this direction.
This means that the formation of a PZ in front of the crack tip should be interpreted by the toughness of the inverse direction (for example, MD tear with CD tensile toughness).
In contrast, other evidence suggests that this relationship can also work in the inverse direction, at least in the domain of watching dance.
A superior counter-current is established in the same time in the inverse direction, in the layers that are further from the ground.
I've started by going in the inverse direction: how the body can be reflexive of the text.
In calculations of the value of inverse direction, it is necessary to take into account that the directions of abscissa axes of horizontal coordinates with origins in points [P.sub.o] and [P.sub.i] do not coincide.
Tumor size--determined by pathology report--was also significant in an inverse direction, with the largest tumors (greater than 6 cm) predicting the lowest recurrence rate (17% of 23 women), the smallest ones (2-4 cm) having the highest recurrence (41% of 59), with the medium-sized leiomyomata (4-6 cm) in between (30% of 27).
we are looking for a laser-spectroscopic dual-microscope system for raman and fluorescence detection in upright and inverse directions
If interest rates rose and bond values fell (bond valuations and interest rates move in inverse directions), MDL could have replaced the borrowed bonds at a cheaper price.

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