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Definition of "non-inductive" [non-inductive]

  • In electricity, containing no, or only very low, inductance. See inductance. A non-inductive circuit is a circuit in which an alternating current flows in phase, or practically in phase, with the electromotive force.

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Use "non-inductive" in a sentence
  • "Popper attempts to provide a non-inductive account of scientific method, which regards the aim of science as the truth."
  • "Basically you want to create a non-inductive 50-ohm load."
  • "International Marine Communications Company. 1,300 feet of phosphor-bronze wire was stretched 12 feet above the ground on ten poles spaced equally along the full length of the wire which was earthed at the far end through a non-inductive resistor."