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electro-dynamic

Definitions

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Pertaining to the movements or force of electric or galvanic currents; dependent on electric force.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Pertaining to electrodynamics.

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Examples

  • A tremendously must better system would employ an electro-dynamic pulse tether.

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  • Further, Killeen knew, there were other presences called Inductances and Resistors and Capacities which played mysterious but perhaps fatal roles in these electro-dynamic corridors.

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  • Can it be doubted, in view of this, that the iron serves to produce an electro-dynamic force?

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  • He states that an electron is nothing more or less than "a point singularity in the electro-dynamic and optical Aether."

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  • Dr. Larmor [23] definitely and clearly states, "that each electron has an effective mass of aetherial origin, which forms part, and may be the whole, of the mass of matter to which it is attached;" and again points out (p. 64) that "an electron is nothing more than a point singularity or pole in the electro-dynamic and optical Aether."

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  • A small motor made by Farmer in 1847, and embodying the electro-dynamic principle was exhibited at the great exposition at Chicago in 1893.

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  • Michael Faraday (1791-1867), an experimentalist whose activity, skill, and good fortune have perhaps never been equalled, established in 1831 the experimental laws of electro-dynamic and electro-magnetic induction, and, between 1845 and

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  • To this discovery André-Marie Ampère (1775-1836) added that of the action exerted over each other by two conductors carrying electric currents and, to the study of electro-dynamic and electro-magnetic forces, he applied a method similar to that used by Newton when studying universal attraction.

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  • The mathematical expression for electro-dynamic action led, in the mind of Gauss, to the conviction that a theory of the propagation of electric action would in time be found to be the very keystone of electro-dynamics.

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  • It would no doubt be found that the electro-dynamic condition of the white and red corpuscles of the blood was quite different after sex union, and that the chemical composition of the fluid of the blood was quite changed.

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