faradic

adjective
fa·​rad·​ic | \ fə-ˈra-dik How to pronounce faradic (audio) , fa-ˈra- \
variants: or less commonly faradaic \ ˌfer-​ə-​ˈdā-​ik How to pronounce faradic (audio) , ˌfa-​rə-​ \

Definition of faradic

: of or relating to an asymmetric alternating current of electricity produced by an induction coil faradic stimulation of the muscles

First Known Use of faradic

1875, in the meaning defined above

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“Faradic.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/faradic. Accessed 18 Oct. 2021.

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faradic

adjective
fa·​rad·​ic | \ fə-ˈrad-ik, far-ˈad- How to pronounce faradic (audio) \
variants: also faradaic \ far-​ə-​ˈdā-​ik How to pronounce faradic (audio) \

Medical Definition of faradic

: of or relating to an asymmetric alternating current of electricity produced by an induction coil faradic muscle stimulation — compare galvanic

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