Definition of Milliammeter

1. Noun. A sensitive ammeter graduated in milliamperes.

Generic synonyms: Ammeter



Definition of Milliammeter

1. Noun. An instrument for measuring electrical current in milliamperes. ¹

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Milliammeter

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milli-joule
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milliammeter (current term)
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Literary usage of Milliammeter

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1. Laboratory Physics: A Students Manual for Colleges and Scientific Schools by Dayton Clarence Miller (1903)
"ELECTROMOTIVE FORCE WITH AN AMMETER Determine the electromotive forces and resistances of several cells, using a milliammeter or tangent galvanometer. 258. ..."

2. Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society Held at Philadelphia for by American Philosophical Society (1908)
"The current strength, on the dc milliammeter, as shown at p on the lower ziz-zag line I, was 130 milliamperes. When the telescopic tube was gradually ..."

3. A Manual of Physical Measurements by Anthony Zeleny, Henry Anton Erikson (1919)
"EXPERIMENT 81 TO CALIBRATE A milliammeter BY THE POTENTIOMETER METHOD Apparatus.—The diagram shown in Fig. 78 is the same as that used in Exp. 78, ..."

4. Elementary Principles of Electro-therapeutics for the Use of Physicians and by Celia M. Haynes (1890)
""Now suppose we should place a milliammeter in the circuit and measure the ... The ordinary conclusion drawn is that the milliammeter is wrong and the maker ..."

5. Transactions of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers by American Institute of Electrical Engineers (1912)
"When the motion of the diaphragm begins the current undergoes variations which are recorded by Oz. During the time of making an exposure the milliammeter is ..."

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