TPA—

12-O-tetradecanoylphorbol 13-acetate, a phorbol ester known as a cancer promoter

transients—

Short duration signals containing a range of frequencies and appearing at irregular time intervals

trenimon—

An alkylating agent used for the treatment of ovarian cancer.

streaming potential—

Potentials that vary with the movement of the ions in the surrounding fluids


vector quantities—

Quantities that are specified by magnitude and direction at all points in space

VLF—

Very low frequency, common designation for the frequency range from 3 Hz to 3 kHz

volt (V)—

A measure of electric potential

T—

2Bf, where f = frequency


wire code—

A surrogate means of assessing electric-and magnetic-field exposure on the basis of well-defined wiring configurations



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