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neu·tral point

the point at which a solution is neither acidic nor alkaline (pH 7 at 22°C for water.

neutral point

A point on the pH scale (pH 7.0) that represents neutrality, i.e., the solution is neither acid or alkaline in reaction.
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The feedback capacitor connects between the neutral point of filter (LCL) and the negative polar of inverter in link DC.
This would not require businessmen from either side to go through the lengthy process of applying for the visa and then getting it and they would be eligible to meet at this neutral point and discuss business and trade.
Neutral point clamped configuration, 600V/1200V mixed voltage, rated from 20 to 50 amp (Part numbers: APTMC120HRM40CT3G and APTMC120HR11CT3G)
In a resistance grounded system, the neutral point is connected to ground through a neutral grounding resistor (NGR), as shown in Fig.
At the start of the three-day conference, Wales said they tried to maintain a neutral point of view in all fields.
The two leading protagonists displayed clear naivety on the day, which is exciting from a neutral point of view as both horses should be even fitter and stronger at Newmarket.
The index has fallen in recent months, although the July reading was still slightly above the neutral point of 50.
Google has also been working closely with SeaCom, one of the fibre optic cable providers, to host some of the servers and allow providers to exchange content at a neutral point.
Changing our perspective to "conflict is a normal part of life" can really shift us from a fear-driven place to a neutral point of view.
Founder Jimmy Wales says the only non- negotiable policy is a ' neutral point of view.
The opposite to that is to bring across a neutral point of view with balanced perspectives.