noun, plural e·lec·troph·o·ri [ih-lek-trof-uh-rahy, ee-lek-] /ɪ lɛkˈtrɒf əˌraɪ, ˌi lɛk-/.
Origin of electrophorus
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Well, next after the electrophorus comes the "fire syringe" (Fig. 7).The Story of a Tinder-box
Charles Meymott Tidy
(A) Test the electrophorus and be sure that it is working properly.The Study of Elementary Electricity and Magnetism by Experiment
Thomas M. St. John
The theory of the electrophorus is very simple, provided the student has clearly grasped the principle of induction.Hawkins Electrical Guide, Number One
The electrophorus consists of an insulated conducting plate applied to an insulated electric.
These instruments are the electrophorus, the condenser of electricity, and the doubler of it.