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The force, or pressure, of electricity. Also known as "potential." "Voltage drop" is the difference in voltage from one end of an electrical circuit to the other. For instructional purposes, voltage is often compared to water pressure. See voltage drop, volt-amps and current.
Of voltage which are performed rapidly during each period by the alternating current.
The safe voltage for most glass jars is about 20,000 volts for glass 1 ' 0 th in.
Electrostatic fields come from a voltage gradient and can exist when charge carriers are stationary.
The resistance of the meter coils causes a fall in voltage down the series coil which reduces the supply pressure to the consumer.
As the operation proceeded, it was found that the voltage had to be raised until it became prohibitive, while the anodes rapidly became honeycombed through and, crumbling away, filled up the space at the bottom of the vat.