Schering bridge

noun Sche·ring bridge \ ˈshe|riŋ- , ˈshā| \

Definition of Schering bridge

:an alternating-current bridge used to measure the energy loss in dielectrics and to determine the capacitance of condensers — compare wheatstone bridge

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Origin and Etymology of schering bridge

after H. Schering, 20th century German engineer, the inventor


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