mu factor

mu factor

[′myü ‚fak·tər]
(electronics)
Ratio of the change in one electrode voltage to the change in another electrode voltage under the conditions that a specified current remains unchanged and that all other electrode voltages are maintained constant; a measure of the relative effect of the voltages on two electrodes upon the current in the circuit of any specified electrode.
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