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electric current

n
(General Physics) another name for current8
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Noun1.electric current - a flow of electricity through a conductorelectric current - a flow of electricity through a conductor; "the current was measured in amperes"
electrical phenomenon - a physical phenomenon involving electricity
juice - electric current; "when the wiring was finished they turned on the juice"
thermionic current - an electric current produced between two electrodes as a result of electrons emitted by thermionic emission
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Translations
sähkövirta
stroomsterkte
correntecorrente elétrica
električni tok
ström

electric current

ncorrente f elettrica
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The electrofishing which involves running an electron current into the water using rickety generation to catch Sher Mahi which is found only in Kabul River.
The share of electron current emitted from the surface of element dS and reaching the collector is
Strangely, the flow of electrons, although very slow, produces an electron current that is "as fast as an electromagnetic wave travelling at the speed of light in the conductor" [1]: after all, a current of electrons is an electron current.
Similarly, the electron current density at x = [W.sub.F] can be expressed as
[k.sub.n] owing the [J.sub.sp] and [J.sub.sn], the minority carrier hole and electron current densities of the junction at the edges of the depletion region [J.sub.p] and [J.sub.n] at given [U.sub.d] were computed assuming that their dependences on [U.sub.d] in respect of [J.sub.sp] and [J.sub.sn] are determined by law of boundary conditions (7) and (8), respectively.
where: j(t) is the electron current density, U the acceleration voltage, P(t) the power of electron, S the irradiation area of the electron beam, [[eta].sub.A] beam power absorption ratio whose normal value for steels ranges between 0.7-0.8.
A biopotential electrode is a transducer that senses ion distribution on the surface of tissue, and converts the ion current to electron current. An electrolyte solution/jelly is placed on the side of the electrode that comes into contact with tisse; the other side of the electrode consists of conductive metal attached to a lead wire connected to the instrument.
where: j(t) is the electron current density, U the acceleration voltage, P(t) the power of EB, S the irradiation area of the EB, [[eta].sub.A] beam power absorption ratio (normal value for steels ranges: 0.7-0.8.).
Let z be axial coordinate, i(z, t)--distribution of tape density of electron current in the specimen at the instant t (under tape density of current the current is meant, which acts on the area of ring surface of the specimen of a unit length).
However, the conversion that is achieved during irradiation depends on a large number of factors such as the applied irradiation dose, which is determined by both line speed and irradiance of the incident UV light (or the electron current in EB curing), and the composition of the reactive formulation, temperature, inertization, and other factors.
The increase in the reverse hole current component from the base to emitter is realized by adding a diode between the base and emitter nodes, which is correlated with the electron current component.

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