That plate in the solution of a battery cell which is not disintegrated.
The usual, or ordinary. The average. In a current the regular force required to do the work.
The term applied to the force located near the north pole of the globe, to which a permanent magnet will point if allowed to swing freely.
Abbreviation for Ohm.
It is expressed as follows:
In a motor an excess of mechanical work which causes the armature to turn too slowly and produces heat.
One complete oscillation. The special form of a wave at any instant, or at any interval of time.
In a static machine it is usually a plate of glass and revoluble.
The plate in a battery, such as carbon, copper or platinum, which is not attacked by the solution.
The peculiarity, in a body, of arranging itself with reference to magnetic influence.
When a number of cells are coupled so that their similar poles are grouped together. That is to say, as the carbon plates, for instance, are connected with one terminal, and all the zinc plates with the other terminal.
When the cell is deprived of its electro-motive force, or any part of it, polarization is the result. It is usually caused by coating of the plates.
Having small interstices or holes.
One which deflects a needle to the left.
Any current flowing from the active element, such as zinc, in a battery. The negative electricity flows from the carbon to the zinc.
The power which performs work in a circuit.