Definition of Rectifiers

1. Noun. (plural of rectifier) ¹



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Definition of Rectifiers

1. rectifier [n] - See also: rectifier

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Rectifiers

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rectectomy
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rectifiable
rectification
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rectifier
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rectifiers (current term)
rectifies
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rectifying synapse
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rectilineal
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rectilinear
rectilinear regression
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rectilinearization
rectilinearly
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Literary usage of Rectifiers

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1. Theory and Calculations of Electrical Apparatus by Charles Proteus Steinmetz (1917)
"rectifiers for converting alternating into direct current have been ... As mechanical rectifiers, mainly single-phase, they have found a limited use for ..."

2. Theory and Calculations of Electrical Apparatus by Charles Proteus Steinmetz (1917)
"rectifiers for converting alternating into direct current have been ... As mechanical rectifiers, mainly single-phase, they have found a limited use for ..."

3. The Engineering Index Annual for by American Society of Mechanical Engineers (1909)
"Current rectifiers London. 1800 w. Sei Am Sup—July 4, 1908. ... Current rectifiers. Characteristics of Circuits Employing a Mercury Arc Rectifier. ..."

4. Principles of Wireless Telegraphy by George Washington Pierce (1910)
"CRYSTAL rectifiers WE come now to a very sensitive and interesting class of detectors for receiving the signals of wireless telegraphy and wireless ..."

5. Principles of Wireless Telegraphy by George Washington Pierce (1910)
"CRYSTAL rectifiers WE come now to a very sensitive and interesting class of detectors for receiving the signals of wireless telegraphy and wireless ..."

6. Principles of Wireless Telegraphy by George Washington Pierce (1910)
"CRYSTAL rectifiers WE come now to a very sensitive and interesting class of detectors for receiving the signals of wireless telegraphy and wireless ..."

7. Bulletin by United States (1918)
"rectifiers AND DETECTOR*. This study of detectors should be more advanced than that of the previous unit. Various types of oscillating circuits may be set ..."

8. The Encyclopedia Americana: A Library of Universal Knowledge (1918)
"... it is produced from the alternating current supply by rotary transforming devices, so-called "converters," or stationary devices, so-called "rectifiers. ..."

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