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What term groups do not belong g1 phase g2 phase s phase telophase?
What is the difference between telophase and cytokinesis?
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What involves over 22 muscle groups and includes the buccal phase and the pharyngeal-esophageal phase?
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What is term for the division of the cytoplasm during mitosis?
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What is the term for the division of the cytoplasm that occurs at the end of telophase?
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What is the medical term meaning relaxation phase of the heartbeat?
What is the phase to phase voltage on a 208 3 phase panel?
Phase to phase voltage on a 3 phase 208 volt panel is 208 volts. From each of the three phase legs to the starpoint neutral the voltage is 120 volts. Correction to the above answer. phse to phase means the line to line voltage. phase voltage is another thing. phase to phase voltage is equal to root 3 times phase voltage. PHASE TO PHASE V = 1.73 * PHASE V The correct term is 'line-to-line' voltage, not 'phase-to-phase'. Unfortunately, the term 'phase-to-phase' is often used in the field but, technically, it is incorrect.
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What is phase in electrical wiring?
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Explain the term phase as it relates to homogeneous and heterogeneous mixture?
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What is the term that defines the relaxation phase of the heartbeat?
What is the Phase to phase voltage of 66KV earthed cable?
Nominal transmission and distribution voltages are line voltages. So '66 kV' is a line-to-line voltage. Note that there is no such thing as a 'phase-to-phase' voltage -the correct term is 'line-to-line'. Using the term, 'phase-to-phase', indicates a lack of understanding of a.c., which is not uncommon! Incidentally, the symbol is 'kV', not 'KV'.
In three phase current the phase to phase is connected what will be happen?
If two phases are shorted together, you will get a phase to phase fault, which will cause protective devices to operate (fuses, relays, breakers, etc.). Comment There is no such thing as a 'phase-to-phase' voltage, although the term is frequently, but misguidedly, used in the field. The correct term is 'line-to-line' voltage, because phases exist between lines.
What is phase in electrical?
'Phase' refers to a winding into which a voltage is induced in an alternator or in a transformer or motor. The voltage across a phase is known as a 'phase voltage', and the current through it is a 'phase current'. 'Three-phase', means that there are three such windings in a machine, physically displaced from each other by 120 degrees, with each phase voltage is displaced by 120 electrical degrees. The term 'phase' is sometimes, incorrectly, used to describe the 'hot' wire in an electrical installation -the correct term, though, is 'line'.