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  • n. Symbol for the picoampere, an SI unit of electrical current equal to 10−12 amperes.


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  • It follows that Supp's way of assessing conditionals is incompatible with the claim that conditionals have truth conditions of any kind. pA (B) does not measure the probability of the truth of any proposition.


  • So, except in these special cases, pA (~B) is greater than


  • For instance, if p (A) = 90% and pA (B) = 90% the lowest possible value for p (B) is 81%.


  • That is, he sought truth conditions for a proposition AB (his notation) such that p (AB) must equal pA (B):


  • In the recording of Fig. 9A-B, the spontaneous action potentials of a GHRH neuron were collected under control conditions in the current-clamp mode (0 pA).

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  • -- FET inputs deliver 40 percent lower input bias current (2 pA) than competitive devices, making the OPA1641, OPA1642 and OPA1644 better alternatives for applications requiring high source impedance.

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  • SICs with an amplitude greater than 20 pA and a rise time slower than 10 ms are classified as SICs, as described previously.

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  • N of 86±15 MΩ that received inspiratory synaptic currents averaging - 136±35 pA.

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