Definition of Electrical phenomenon
1. Noun. A physical phenomenon involving electricity.
Specialized synonyms: Amperage, Capacitance, Capacity, Electrical Capacity, Elastance, Electrical Elastance, Charge, Electric Charge, Pyroelectricity, Current, Electric Current, Dielectric Heating, Inductance, Induction, Electric Potential, Potential, Potential Difference, Potential Drop, Voltage, Conductance, Electric Resistance, Electrical Resistance, Impedance, Ohmic Resistance, Resistance, Resistivity, Reactance, Reluctance, Skin Effect, Distortion, Electrical Disturbance, Electromotive Force, Emf, Voltage
Lexicographical Neighbors of Electrical Phenomenon
Literary usage of Electrical phenomenon
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Scientific Memoirs, Being Experimental Contributions to a Knowledge of by John William Draper (1878)
"Capillary attraction.— Conditions for a continuous flow.— Capillary attraction an electrical phenomenon. —Motions of liquid conductors. ..."
2. The Annals of Philosophy by Richard Phillips, E W Brayley (1822)
"ARTICLE V. On an electrical phenomenon. By MP Moyle, Esq. (To the Editor of the Annals of Philosophy.) SIR, Helston, Nov. 6, 1822. ..."
3. A System of Aeronautics, Comprehending Its Earliest Investigations, and by John Wise (1850)
"electrical phenomenon—Descent and collapse of balloon—Third ascent from Allentown—Neglect at starting- Descent of small parachute—Predicament from ..."
4. Psychology of the Other-one: An Introductory Text-book of Psychology by Max Friedrich Meyer (1922)
"But it is generally admitted that this electrical phenomenon is not the excitation ... The electrical phenomenon must be, therefore, a purely accidental ..."