siemens

[ US /ˈsimənz/ ]
[ UK /sˈiːmɛnz/ ]
NOUN
  1. a unit of conductance equal to the reciprocal of an ohm
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How To Use siemens In A Sentence

  • Spiral CT scans (Somatom Plus Four; Siemens; Iselin, NJ) were performed using 3-mm collimation, 6 mm/s table speed, and 3-mm reconstruction.
  • The electrical giants of the age, Siemens and Edison, were not yet able to offer a viable alternative.
  • An older name for the siemens is the mho, which, of course, is ohm spelled backwards (which was written as an inverted Greek omega).
  • In January 2007, Siemens announced that it had been awarded a $50.8 million contract for a 100 percent Inline Baggage Screening System at LAX's Tom Bradley International Terminal (TBIT).
  • August 26th, 2006 at 1: 37 am benq siemens AX72 says: benq siemens AX72 Think Progress » UPDATE: Leak Scandal Continues To Grow
  • No wonder no-one at Siemens Nixdorf wants to hazard when the company might return to profit.
  • In August 1948, the American Military Government in Germany denied a request by scientists in Göttingen to have Siemens & Halske (now Siemens) build a 30MeV betatron.
  • GEC/Siemens raised their bid to £2 billion in August 1989 and this proved sufficient to end the long running battle.
  • He is the recipient of numerous awards and honors, of which the Siemens prize is the latest addition.
  • During the Berlin airlift, I was in Berlin as a summer student at the Siemens company, and I decided to go West via one of the empty airlift return flights. Herbert Kroemer - Autobiography
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