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millicoulomb

[ mil-uh-koo-lom, ‐lohm ]
/ ˌmɪl əˈku lɒm, ‐loʊm /
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noun
Electricity. a unit of electrical charge equal to one thousandth of a coulomb: Abbreviation: mC
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Origin of millicoulomb

First recorded in 1880–85; milli- + coulomb
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