Definition of Interelectrode

1. Adjective. Between electrodes ¹



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Definition of Interelectrode

1. [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Interelectrode

interdistributional
interdistrict
interdivisional
interdomain
interdome
interdomes
interdominion
interdot
interduce
interduces
interdunal
interdune
interdunes
interectopic interval
intered
interelectrode (current term)
interelectron
interelectronic
interepidemic
interepimeral
interequinoctial
interess
interessed
interesses
interessing
interest
interest-bearing
interest expense
interest group
interest rate

Literary usage of Interelectrode

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1. Green's Functions and Boundary Element Analysis for Modeling of Mechanical edited by J. R. Berger, V. K. Tewary (1998)
"The reduced flow rate at the root can be attributed to a narrower interelectrode gap. This temperature rise at the outlet is small due to turbulent mixing ..."

2. Small Business Innovation Research: Abstracts of Phase I Awards, Dept. of by DIANE Publishing Company (1994)
"In the propulsion mode of operation significant quantities of hydrogen permeate into the interelectrode gap of the converters. The cesium source for the ..."

3. Dynamic Materials Models in Computer Programs: Workshop Proceedings edited by Lennart Agardh (1998)
"The reduced flow rate at the root can be attributed to a narrower interelectrode gap. This temperature rise at the outlet is small due to turbulent mixing ..."

4. Gait Analysis in the Science of Rehabilitation edited by Joel A. DeLisa (2000)
"The right electrode elements are 1-cm discs with an interelectrode spacing of 3.5 cm. Figure 5b. Intramuscular wire electrodes are a pair of 50- micron, ..."

5. The Principles of Electric Wave Telegraphy and Telephony by John Ambrose Fleming (1919)
"When the arc current has reached its maximum value and commences to decrease, the electrodes still remain hot and the interelectrode conductivity remains ..."

6. The Thermionic Valve and Its Developments in Radio-telegraphy and Telephony by John Ambrose Fleming (1919)
"The patentee declares that by " suitably varying the length of interelectrode medium " he can make the audion " per ae selectively responsive. ..."

7. Gaseous Electronics Conference Radio-Frequency Reference Cell: Reprint From edited by James K. Olthoff (1996)
"... Musiol, and Roberts used a Reference Cell with 10.2 cm diameter aluminum electrodes and a 2.5 cm interelectrode spacing. The lower electrode was powered ..."

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