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CHEMICAL EFFECTS OF CURRENTS
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absorbed alternating current amperes angle anode apparatus applied atom blood supply body cable capacity cause cells centre of gravity chemical circuit condenser conductor connected current flows denervated diathermy dielectric constant direct current direction distance dose duration earth effect electric current electric field electromagnetic electromagnetic induction electrons energy erythema faradic fluid frequency greater heat high-frequency current hydrogen hydroxyl impedance impulses increased induction infra-red infra-red rays innervated muscle insulating intensity of current ions lamp lesion less lines of force live wire load magnetic field material metal method milliseconds molecules move movement muscle contraction object obtained occur oscillations output p-type semiconductor parallel pathway patient physiotherapist placed plates pole potential pressure produced quantity of electricity reaction reduced reflector resistance short-wave diathermy skin specific gravity stimulation superficial surface temperature tends tissues tube turns of wire ultra-sonic ultra-violet ultra-violet rays upthrust valve varies volts wave-length wireless waves