Example sentences for "ampere"

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- A run was made with 1
**ampere**and then with 2 amperes for one hour. - This gives a current density of nearly ¼
**ampere**per square inch and 0. - This was taken merely as an illustration, because its specific resistance was known when the current density was ¼
**ampere**per square inch. - You can't be too careful when you're dealing with electricity of high voltage, and great
**ampere**strength. - At once the hand fell to zero, indicating that there was not an
**ampere**of current left. - An average European can perceive a current as feeble as six micro-amperes, a micro-ampere being a millionth part of the electric unit.
- An average European could by his tongue detect an electrical current as feeble as six micro-amperes, a micro-ampere being a millionth part of a unit of electrical current.
- Ampere announced the news to the Academy, which thereupon decided to adjourn.
- I replied to him by the same usher: Toutefois ce serait pis D'aller d'Ampere en Empis.
- Ampere for establishing it; and the English chemist has very justly acknowledged the obligation.
- Ampere communicated his views to me in the most liberal manner: they were formed in consequence of my ideas on chlorine, and supported by reasonings drawn from the experiments of MM.
- Discoveries in Electro-magnetism by
**Ampere**and Arago. - A continuous electric current of one
**ampere**is defined to be one which deposits electrolytically 0. - Ampere are to be found in Sainte-Beuve's Portraits litteraires, vol.
- An instrument of the latter type of considerable accuracy was designed by Lord Kelvin for the British Board of Trade Electrical Laboratory, and it is there used as the principal standard
**ampere**balance. - An alternating current of one
**ampere**is defined to be one which produces the same heat in a second in a wire as the unit continuous current defined as above to be one ampere. - The great novelty in the
**ampere**balances of Lord Kelvin was a joint or electric coupling, which is at once exceedingly flexible and yet capable of being constructed to carry with safety any desired current. - One
**ampere**is one coulomb per second, two amperes are two coulombs per second, and so on. - Its sensitiveness is such that a current of a thousandth of a micro-ampere will move the spot of light appreciably.
- The three units--the volt,
**ampere**and ohm--are so related that a pressure of one volt acting upon a circuit with a resistance of one ohm will produce a current of one ampere. - The reader will probably have noticed from what has already been said about the units of measurement--the volt, the
**ampere**and the ohm--that the current varies directly as the pressure and inversely as the resistance. - And when one comes to consider that a micro-ampere is a millionth part of an
**ampere**this is perfectly astounding. - Thus the practical definition of the
**ampere**is "that current which when passed through a solution of silver nitrate in water will deposit silver at the rate of . - The life of the cells must be expressed upon the principle of
**ampere**hours or the amount of energy given off by them. - We called it an ampere register, but no doubt we would give it a better name to-day.
- Ampere arrived in Weimar a few days ago, and proved to be a lively youth, some twenty years old; and we were no less surprised when, in the course of further intercourse, he told us that the whole of the contributors of the.
- Ampere in the Parisian Globe of last year, in a manner no less excellent, and this affected Goethe so agreeably that he very often recurred to it, and expressed his great obligations to it.
- When a greater
**ampere**capacity is required, two or more rectifier sets can be joined to one circuit. - Second, if the conditions are reversed, and the wire A is thicker than B, the latter will have an increase of voltage, but a lower
**ampere**flow than in A. - An
**ampere**is an electromotive force of one volt through a resistance of one ohm. - The unit of electric power is called the watt; it is the power furnished by a current of one
**ampere**with a voltage of one volt. - A current is said to be one
**ampere**strong if it will deposit silver on an electrode at the rate of 0. - The relation between the units volt,
**ampere**and ohm, are shown graphically in figs. - What is the difference between an
**ampere**and a coulomb? - Milli-ammeters or milli-voltmeters are instruments in which the scale is graduated to read directly in thousandths of an ampere or thousandths of a volt respectively.
- An
**ampere**is the unit rate of flow of the current, and a coulomb is the unit quantity of electricity, that is, the**ampere**is the rate of current flow that will deposit . - This is a device for registering the maximum
**ampere**demand of appreciable duration in any electrical circuit. - How much copper or zinc will one
**ampere**deposit in one second? - In meters of larger ampere capacities, a voltage tap is used.
- To calculate the current strength, divide the volume of gas liberated by the time in seconds, and by the volume of gas liberated (in cubic centimeters) by one
**ampere**in one second and by . - An ammeter or
**ampere**meter is simply a commercial form of galvanometer so constructed that the deflection of the needle indicates directly the strength of current in amperes. - The rate of current flow of one
**ampere**in fig. - The International
**ampere**is represented sufficiently well for practical use by the unvarying current which, when passed through a silver voltameter (as described above) deposits silver at the rate of . - The ampere is the unit which measures the amount of current.
- In order to express quantity of energy, it is necessary to state the length of time the energy is to act and originally the watt represented the energy of a volt-ampere for one second.
- The
**ampere**meter or ammeter, as it is termed, is the proper indicator of the strength of the cell. - The volt,
**ampere**and ohm are terms that are used to express the conditions of the electric circuit; the watt and the kilowatt are units that are employed in measuring its quantity in commercial usage. - A 10-watt lamp on a 10-volt circuit will require an
**ampere**of current. - A filament suitable for an
**ampere**of current is shorter and heavier than that of the 110-volt lamp and therefore furnishes a good form of construction. - Furnish and install in dining-room, where indicated on plans, an approved floor box containing an approved 25-ampere plug receptacle.
- The ampere-hour represents an
**ampere**of current for one hour. - It will discharge an
**ampere**of current for 80 hours. - The ampere is the unit chosen to designate the strength of the electric current.
- A cell of a battery that will run 10 hours with an output of over 1
**ampere**can be made as follows: Secure a jar about 4 in. - A 5-ampere fuse wire is about strong enough.
- By keeping in mind the
**ampere**output of the battery and rating of the lamp, one can regulate the batteries as required. - Alternating current trip coils have relatively high impedance and impose a heavy volt
**ampere**load on the current transformers. - Diagram showing relative direction of current, magnetic flux, and motion of disc in Faraday disc, or mercury motor
**ampere**hour meter. - Care is exercised to reduce to a minimum the volt
**ampere**load imposed by the relay on the current transformer to permit the use of un-stranded meters and relays upon the same transformer. - Meters exceeding 100
**ampere**capacity have five**ampere**coils and are operated from external current transformers having 5**ampere**secondaries. - Sectional view of Faraday disc or mercury motor ampere hour meter as made by Sangamo Electric Co.
- The top tray is connected with the line through a 60
**ampere**fuse, and the bottom tray is connected to the tank which is thoroughly grounded by means of a lug. - They have relatively high impedance and impose a heavy volt
**ampere**load on the transformers. - In the case of a 10
**ampere**meter, it will make one complete revolution in one hour and for a 20 ampere, two revolutions, and so on. - Lengthening the air gap; This increases the reluctance, and also necessitates more
**ampere**turns in the field winding. - A one hundred
**ampere**fuse may be made by taking four wires of twenty-five amperes capacity. - It is sold at sevenpence a gallon, and each gallon is sufficient, we are informed, to drive a cell while it generates 800
**ampere**hours of current, or, taking the electromotive force at 1. - On this basis one kilowatt hour gives 272
**ampere**hours and as one**ampere**hour is theoretically capable of producing 1. - Ballanche and his young friend
**Ampere**discussed questions of history and philosophy, and Madame Recamier gave an air of elegance to an apartment in the meanest inn. - But he came to the Abbaye rarely, and when his friend
**Ampere**asked him the reason, he replied: "It is an assembly of persons too illustrious for my obscurity. - He was born in 1813, and was still a student, and in his twentieth year, when first presented by
**Ampere**to Madame Recamier. - The day before,
**Ampere**and Madame Salvage had dined with her, and on the morning of her seizure her niece's daughter Juliette had been reading to her the memoirs of Madame de Motteville.

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