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multiterminal

(mŭl″tī-tĕr′mĭ-năl) [″ + Gr. terma, a limit]
Providing several sets of terminals, making possible the use of several electrodes.
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Their multiterminal CAD facility means they can be customised to each individual installation and product.
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Multiterminal model of electronic conductivity in hybrid systems A.
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