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induction coil

noun

Definition of INDUCTION COIL

:  an apparatus for obtaining intermittent high voltage that consists of a primary coil through which the direct current flows, an interrupter, and a secondary coil of a larger number of turns in which the high voltage is induced
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First Known Use of INDUCTION COIL

1837

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