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Designed using low voltage, heated vests are safe and cannot cause any serious injury to the wearer.

The researchers haven’t yet measured the combined voltage of such attacks, but 10 Volta’s eels firing together could, in theory, power something like 100 light bulbs, de Santana says.

A group at Columbia University has now figured out how to merge the two efforts and write data to DNA using voltage differences applied to living bacteria.

Higher voltage engines, once confined to race cars, are now evolving “from race to road” in high-end brands like the Audi e-tron.

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With it, the voltage needed to start the new CO2-to-ethanol reaction is far less than what’s needed to kickstart similar reactions, Liu says.

It succeeds within its own parameters, but it never administers the maximum-voltage jolt of genuine surprise.

But where was the voltage, the sense of anticipation, the excitement?

To commit this “rudimentary political error,” he wrote, was to “touch a high-voltage line.”

But according to their assessment, the victim had already died after being electrocuted by the high-voltage fence.

A 2.6-meter high-voltage fence is intended to prevent inmates from escaping.

They were difficult to kill, and it required the maximum voltage of our electric guns to bring them down.

This cell will have a voltage of two volts, a rather low internal resistance, and will be capable of delivering a large current.

He applied voltage till his generator groaned, and watched in awe as meters climbed and climbed without any sign of stopping.

An armature wound with very fine wire will deliver a current of high voltage but of low amperage.

An armature winding of large wire will deliver a current of great amperage, but of small voltage.


On this page you'll find 84 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to voltage, such as: heat, service, ac, current, dc, and electron.

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