Chapter 5: Basic Principles of Electricity and Electrical Stimulating Currents
Electrons tend to flow from areas of low concentration to areas of high concentration.
Insulators resist current flow.
The greater the voltage, the greater the amplitude is.
The cathode is the negatively charged electrode in a DC system.
Chronaxie refers to the minimum current intensity needed for tissue excitation if applied for a maximum time.
The electrode with the greatest current density is the active electrode.
A particle of matter with very little mass and a negative charge is a(n)
What is the name of the unit measuring the force necessary to produce electron movement?
In ______________ current, electron flow constantly changes direction.
When the current increases gradually to a maximal amplitude, it is ...