Definition of Megavolts

1. Noun. (plural of megavolt) ¹



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Definition of Megavolts

1. megavolt [n] - See also: megavolt

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Megavolts

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megavolts (current term)
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Literary usage of Megavolts

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1. The Superfund Innovative Technology Evaluation Program: Technology Profiles (1993)
"In the electron beam treatment process, electricity is used to generate a high voltage (1.5 megavolts [MeV]) and electrons. The electrons are accelerated by ..."

2. Proceedings of the Scientific Workshop on the Health Effects of Electric and by Philip J. Bierbaum (1994)
"A particle with a single charge. Monotonic. A function whose slope is either positive or negative but not both. MV/m. One million volts per meter, megavolts ..."

3. Journal by Institution of Electrical Engineers Radio Section (1903)
"The corresponding gradient of potential would be 4 ir a = io7, or 3000 megavolts per centimetre, and the corresponding tension would be ..."

4. A Pocket-book of Mechanical Engineering: Tables, Data, Formulas, Theory, and by Charles MacCaughey Sames (1906)
"... megohms, megavolts, kilowatts, etc.). Electric Power (P) is measured in watts. One watt is equal to the work done at the rate of one joule per second. ..."

5. The Trans Canada Trail in Quebec by Yves Seguin, Jean Pare (2004)
"Lightning is an electrical discharge measuring thousands of megavolts. Storm clouds accumulate electric charges; the lower part of the cloud contains ..."

6. Chemical and Physical Researches by Josiah Parsons Cooke (1881)
"... as the ordinary unit of tension the Volt, which equals 105 or 100000 absolute units of tension, and we employ also megavolts and Microvolts as'before. ..."

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