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rectification

 [rek″tĭ-fĭ-ka´shun]
1. the act of making straight, pure, or correct.
2. redistillation of a liquid to purify it.
3. the converting of alternating current to direct current.

rectification

/rec·ti·fi·ca·tion/ (rek″tĭ-fĭ-ka´shun)
1. the act of making straight, pure, or correct.
2. redistillation of a liquid to purify it.

rectification

[rek′tifikā′shən]
1 the conversion of alternating current into pulsating direct current.
2 a step in echo signal processing in a pulse-echo ultrasound instrument in which radiofrequency signals, which oscillate both above and below zero volts, are converted.

rectification (rekˈ·t·f·kāˑ·shn),

n a process such as redistillation, by which undesired components are removed from an essential oil.

rectification (rek´tifikā´shən),

n conversion of electric current from alternating to direct (unidirectional).

rectification

1. the act of making straight, pure, or correct.
2. redistillation of a liquid to purify it.

radiological rectification
changing the flow of electrical current from alternating to direct.
surgical rectification
reconstructive surgery.
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