Translation of electrification in Spanish:


electrificación, n.

Pronunciation /əˌlɛktrəfəˈkeɪʃ(ə)n/ /ɪlɛktrɪfɪˈkeɪʃ(ə)n/


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    electrificación feminine
    • The Naval Research Laboratory used radio signals from the flying rocket to measure the electrification of the ionosphere.
    • Anomalous potentials were observed that could not be attributed to contact electrification.
    • Edison still ate breakfast the day he mastered electrification.
    • Calculations have shown that this process is able to produce electrification at rates comparable with those observed.
    • Special radio transmitters were measuring the electrification of the ionosphere, and cosmic-ray-counter telescopes were analyzing radiation at the edge of space.
    • Because the temperature variations within a thundercloud include the range of laboratory reversal temperatures, this phenomenon does offer an explanation of cloud electrification.
    • The troops also found a well furnished underground hideout with beds and electrification in the house.
    • Medieval practices of guillotining, lynching, and public hanging belong to the same category as the death penalty by lethal injection or electrification.
    • The Cape Griffon vulture has experienced continuous problems with poisoning, electrification, habitat destruction and diet deficiencies.
    • Simpson took charge of Kew observatory where he continued his research on the electrical structure of thunderstorms and electrification of precipitation.