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emf

or EMF, E.M.F., e.m.f.

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Other definitions for emf (2 of 2)

EMF

electromagnetic field.
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How to use emf in a sentence

  • Counter EMF cells, if used with a battery, are installed in the same manner as regular cells.

  • The same is true for every point of the object EMF, and thus a small image, emf, will be formed.

  • On the other hand, every point of the image emf has received the whole of the light gathered up by the large glass AB.

British Dictionary definitions for emf

emf

EMF


abbreviation for
electromotive force
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Medical definitions for emf

EMF

abbr.
electromotive force
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Scientific definitions for emf

EMF

Abbreviation of electromotive force
Abbreviation of electromagnetic field
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