millivolt

[mil-uh-vohlt]
noun Electricity.
a unit of electromotive force equal to one thousandth of a volt. Abbreviation: mV, mv

Origin:
1885–90; milli- + volt

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millivolt mil·li·volt (mĭl'ə-vōlt')
n.
Abbr. mV
A unit of potential difference equal to one thousandth (10-3) of a volt.

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When a steady millivolt reading is obtained, record it.
The absolute pressure is monitored with a pressure transducer connected to a digital millivolt output device.
Connect the sulfide ion specific and double junction reference electrodes to the millivolt meter.
The millivolt drop between the anode and steel shall be measured continuously during the anode pour for each zone.
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