electric current

NOUN
  1. a flow of electricity through a conductor
    the current was measured in amperes
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How To Use electric current In A Sentence

  • In America, Hollerith, working on census returns, developed a machine using electric current and capable of analysing returns at speed.
  • The Enigma machine looked like a typewriter in a wooden box, with an electric current travelling from the keyboard through a set of rotors and a plugboard to light up the ‘code’ alphabet.
  • Never apply water to a burn from an electric shock while the casualty is still in contact with the electric current.
  • Never apply water to a burn from an electric shock while the casualty is still in contact with the electric current.
  • A household radiator absorbs energy in the form of electric current and releases it in the form of heat.
  • Special techniques must be used to minimize interferences such as offset cur rents, leakage currents, electrostatic interference, triboelectric currents, and electrochemical currents.
  • Not far off, say the technology's developers, are photonic microcircuits that process light beams the way today's microelectronics chips process electric currents.
  • A powerful electric current is passed through a piece of graphite.
  • More importantly, he was one of the first not only to detect, but also to measure precisely bioelectric currents.
  • In fact, each ‘window’ is an array of photovoltaic cells that generate electric current when exposed to the light.
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