### Definition of Microfarads

1. Noun. (plural of microfarad) ¹

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### Definition of Microfarads

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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 ..."