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kilovolt

 (kV) [kil´o-volt]
one thousand (103) volts.
k's peak (kVp) the highest kilovoltage used in producing a radiograph.
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kil·o·volt (kv),

(kil'ō-vōlt),
A unit of electrical potential, potential difference, or electromotive force, equal to 103 volts.
[kilo + volt]
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kil·o·volt

(kV) (kil'ŏ-vōlt)
A unit of electrical potential, potential difference, or electromotive force, equal to 103 volts.
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kil·o·volt

(kil'ŏ-vōlt)
A unit of electrical potential or potential difference equal to 103 volts.
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