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millivolt

Line breaks: milli|volt
Pronunciation: /ˈmɪlɪvəʊlt
 
, -vɒlt/

Definition of millivolt in English:

noun

One thousandth of a volt.
Example sentences
  • Researchers at Ohio State University found that a pint (half a litre) of a cow's bacteria-infested rumen juice produced about 600 millivolts of electricity.
  • When rock membranes form in the laboratory, they create a voltage of 600 millivolts as their thin walls separate the simulated hydrothermal and ocean solutions, which have different ion concentrations.
  • You can increase the clock-generator frequency up to 300MHz and the CPU voltage up to 140 millivolts above the default value.

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