from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The methods, processes, and operations made use of in the application of electricity to the arts.
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The same year, Friedmann applied as a non-matriculated student for a course on electrotechnics.
CEF Cable entrance facility CEI Comparable efficient interconnection CEI Comparably efficient interconnection CEN European committee of standards CENELEC European committee of standards (electrotechnics)
Electromagnetism, with the electron playing the leading part and the photon - the electromagnetic quantum of light - as the swift messenger, dominates technology and our everyday life: not only electrotechnics and electronics, but also atomic and molecular physics and hence chemical and biological processes are governed by this force.
For the electrons proved disinclined to obey the electrodynamic laws which have otherwise so brilliantly demonstrated their validity in, for instance, the field of electrotechnics.