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Synonyms for voltage

the rate at which energy is drawn from a source that produces a flow of electricity in a circuit

the difference in electrical charge between two points in a circuit expressed in volts

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The electric tension obtained at the amplifier exit level is proportional with the temperature T, adjustable in the domain -20[degrees]C and 120[degrees]C.
Strikingly shot with a potent sense of atmosphere, evocative of both Taxi Driver and King of Comedy, and featuring a mesmerising performance from Jonas Ball, it builds an electric tension in the run-up to the shooting but still keeps a firm grip in the aftermath as Chapman spars with the evaluating psychiatrist.
There can be an electric tension in the air and things could get edgy.
Made for a modest $7 million, the film is set almost entirely within the CBS studios and powerfully conveys the almost electric tension during the preparation of Mr.
82 [micro]V (mean electric tension of the relaxed nasal muscles).