microvolt

noun
mi·​cro·​volt | \ˈmī-krə-ˌvōlt \

Definition of microvolt 

: one millionth of a volt

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But these signals are on the order of microvolts, and most prosthetics have trouble distinguishing something so faint. Karen Weintraub, Scientific American, "New Approach to Amputation Could Reduce Phantom Pain," 2 June 2017

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1868, in the meaning defined above

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microvolt

noun
mi·​cro·​volt | \ˈmī-krə-ˌvōlt \

Medical Definition of microvolt 

: one millionth of a volt

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