electrometer

NOUN
  1. meter to measure electrostatic voltage differences; draws no current from the source
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How To Use electrometer In A Sentence

  • Cables aside, he carried out research into atmospheric electricity, inventing the water-dropping collector, and vastly improving the electrometer.
  • Using with a vibrating capacitor electrometer and a digital voltmeter, the stability is better than 0.1%.
  • The circuit of the electrometer when used as a voltmeter actually as shown in Figure 2 - 6 .
  • Electrostatic methods are normally used, such as the field mill, which measures induced electric charge, or an ultra-high-impedance electrometer voltmeter.
  • Shortly after Antoine Becquerel and others developed the electrometer, John Mothée Gaugain made the first precise measurements of pyroelectric charges in 1859.
  • In a postscript, he added, "I bring with me a sensitive thread electrometer with a voltammeter and my institute in Göteborg Högskola, Sweden, will provide me with the necessary resources for my work. Trafficking Materials and Gendered Experimental Practices: Radium Research in Early 20th Century Vienna
  • In the Memoirs of the Roman Academy of Sciences for 1857 he published a description of his new divided ring electrometer, which is based on the old electroscope of Bohnenberger and since then he has introduced Heroes of the Telegraph
  • Figure 4 - 2 illustrates the basic circuit that uses an electrometer to determine dielectric absorption.
  • Figure 4 - 2 illustrates the basic circuit that uses an electrometer to determine dielectric absorption.
  • The call effected, the first operator continued to revolve the machine so that the balls of pith should diverge in the two electrometers. Scientific American Supplement, No. 384, May 12, 1883
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