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equipotentiality

Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. The quality of being equipotential.

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  • His methods centre on equipotentiality; everything happens in the horizontal plane or else is counterbalanced, so that the physical effort is solely for overcoming friction, not wasted on raising and lowering weight by brute force.

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  • His postulates of equipotentiality — that one part of the cortex is potentially the same as another in its capacity for learning, and of mass action — that learning is a function of the total mass of tissue, favored

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