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electrothermal

(ĭ-lĕk″trō-thĕr′mĭl)
Pert. to the heat generated by electricity and its uses (e.g., in surgery).
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Intradiscal electrothermal treatment has been used by specialists for more than ten years in discogenic pain treatment.
Once implemented on aircraft, UTC Aerospace Systems' electrothermal ice protection systems with CNT technology will deliver uniform heat distribution, enhanced damage tolerance, and improved fatigue resistance in a lightweight system.
The electrothermal analysis technology allows designers to identify and correct thermal problems during integrated circuit development.
Winfrey is a co-holder of four invention disclosures related to novel electrothermal plasmas that are used in applications ranging from fusion reactor fueling to weaponry to combustion to materials deposition technologies.
Yellow phosphorus, an elemental form of phosphorus is made from rock phosphate by electrothermal process.
The Pb concentration in blood samples was determined by electrothermal atomic absorption spectrometry, prior to microwave assisted acid digestion.
Intradiscal electrothermal therapy (IDET) is a pain management procedure used for patients with disc pain and herniated discs.
Use of flow injection cold vapor generation and preconcentration on coated graphite tubes for the determination of mercury in polluted seawaters by electrothermal atomic absorption spectrometry.
The team's proof-of-concept design was tested with thermal, electrothermal, and photothermal stimuli--under both ambient and aqueous conditions.