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### Definition of Microfarads

**1.** microfarad [n] - See also: microfarad

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### Literary usage of Microfarads

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**1.** *The Electrical Engineer* (1891)

"Calling these last values V, we then calculate the capacity, C, in **microfarads**
from the formula, on the assumption that p = 400. These result* are set down ..."**2.** *International Library of Technology: A Series of Textbooks for Persons* by International Textbook Company (1901)

"The condensers C and C, are 50 **microfarads** each, and C,, 30 **microfarads** ...
This cable has a total resistance of 13700 ohms, a capacity of 231.4 **microfarads** ..."**3.** *Electrical Problems for Engineering Students* by William Leslie Hooper (1902)

"What current will flow in a circuit of 5 ohms resistance, .01 henry inductance,
and 100 **microfarads** capacity, if 1200 volts with a frequency of 120 are ..."**4.** *Electrical Problems for Engineering Students* by William Leslie Hooper, Roy Titus Wells (1902)

"What current will flow in a circuit of 5 ohms resistance, .01 henry inductance,
and 100 **microfarads** capacity, if 1200 volts with a frequency of 120 are ..."**5.** *Problems in Electrical Engineering* by Waldo Vinton Lyon (1908)

"The capacities of three condensers are 10, 20 and 25 **microfarads** respectively.
... Two condensers of 10 and 15 **microfarads** capacity connected in parallel ..."**6.** *Problems in Electrical Engineering* by Waldo Vinton Lyon (1908)

"The capacities of three condensers are 10, 20 and 25 **microfarads** respectively.
... Two condensers of 10 and 15 **microfarads** capacity connected in parallel ..."**7.** *Electrical Measurements ...: Instruction Paper* by American School (Chicago, Ill.), George Washington Patterson (1909)

"Ans. C = 12.0G **microfarads**. If the voltmeter takes much current in proportion to
the whole, a correction must be made for it. From the theory of alternating ..."