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 n. Symbol for the decivolt, an SI unit of electromotive force equal to 10−1 volts.
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At low cost dV even L1 and L2 are a bit too far in the face of a sudden Coronal Mass Ejection.

To each world w associate the conjunction cw of all propositions true in w (we suppose it exists), and consider the disjunction dV of all cw, w V (we suppose it exists).

Power switching capabilities of HiPerFETTM versions are further enhanced via IXYS 'proven HiPerFETTM process, yielding a fast intrinsic rectifier which provides low reverse recovery charge (Qrr) and excellent commutating dV/dt ratings.

TM process, yielding a fast intrinsic rectifier, providing low reverse recovery charge (Qrr) and excellent commutating dV/dt ratings.

 The system considered above is also performing displacement work (P. dV).

[Q 4]  Are not the equations "Cp = (δH/δT) at constant pressure" & "Cv = (δU/δT) at constant volume" valid only for the closed systems performing P. dV work at constant pressure and volume respectively?

P. dV work is not only associated with closed systems but also with open systems?

The symbols dA and dV are often called the "area element" and "volume element", respectively.

If we use dV = dxdydz to note we are differentiating with respect to volume, we can define our triple integral:

Power switching capabilities and device ruggedness are further enhanced with a fast intrinsic diode with low reverse recovery charge (Qrr) and improved turnoff dV/dt immunity.
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