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qui·es·cent

(kwī-es'ĕnt),
At rest or inactive.

quiescent

(kwē-ĕs′ənt, kwī-)
adj.
1. Quiet, still, or inactive.
2. Medicine Asymptomatic: a quiescent infection.

qui·es′cence n.
qui·es′cent·ly adv.

qui·es·cent

(kwī-es'ĕnt)
At rest or inactive. Used to describe a disorder or conditions.
Compare: latent, dormant

quiescent

Of a disease, inactive or dormant.
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Read the short technical article, 'Overcoming design challenges for low quiescent current in small, battery-powered devices.'
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The low voltage and low quiescent current requirements make the ISL3620x family ideal for applications such as flow meters or security systems, where the voltage and power must be minimal, especially if the application must be intrinsically safe.
In contrast to quiescent crystallization, shear-induced crystallization is generally characterized by a significant reduction of crystallization time, a marked increase in number of nuclei, and a transition from relatively isotropic structures such as spherulites to a highly oriented morphology exemplified by shish-kebabs (5).
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MONTREAL -- Patients with systemic lupus erythematosus that is serologically active but clinically quiescent do not require treatment with steroids or immunosuppressive agents until the disease flares, according to a study presented at the annual meeting of the Canadian Rheumatology Association.
The device also provides a low quiescent current, low ripple and EMI/RFI, and high input/output isolation.