e.w. von siemens

Siemens

[see-muhnz; German zee-muhns]
noun
1.
(Ernst) Werner von [ernst ver-nuhr fuhn] , 1816–92, German inventor and electrical engineer.
2.
his brother, Sir William (Karl Wilhelm Siemens) 1823–83, English inventor, born in Germany.
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siemens (ˈsiːmənz)
 
n , pl siemens
S, Formerly called: mho the derived SI unit of electrical conductance equal to 1 reciprocal ohm

Siemens (ˈsiːmənz)
 
n
1.  Ernst Werner von (ɛrnst ˈvɛrnər fɔn). 1816--92, German engineer, inventor, and pioneer in telegraphy. Among his inventions are the self-excited dynamo and an electrolytic refining process
2.  his brother, Sir William, original name Karl Wilhelm Siemens. 1823--83, British engineer, born in Germany, who invented the open-hearth process for making steel

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siemens sie·mens (sē'mənz)
n. pl. siemens
A unit of electrical conductance in the International System of Units, equal to one ampere per volt.

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siemens   (sē'mənz)  Pronunciation Key 
Plural siemens
See mho.
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