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Basic Of Electricity 2

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1. An exstremely level of electricity that mirrors the body natural electrical impules.

2. Infared light has no longer wavelenght - penetrates and more deeply - has less energy - and produeces more heat then vivsisble light; makes up 60% of natural light.

3. The movement of particles around an aton that creates pur energy.

4. Another name for voltage

5. Abbriviated K; 1 -000 watts

6. Distance between successive peaks of elctromagnetic waves.

7. Also known as violet ray; thermal heat producing current with a high rate of oscillation or vibration thats is commonly used for scalp and facial treatmeants

8. Completes an elctric circuit and carries the current safety away.

9. Electrode of anelectherapy device that is used on the area to be treated

10. Positive electrode of an electrotherapy device; the anode is usually red is marked with a p or a plus (+) sign.

11. Aparatus that changes direct current to alternating current

12. A measure of factors that inhibit the flow of electricity

13. Also known as electromagnetic spectum of radiation; name given to all of the forms of energy (or radiation) that exist.

14. Negative pole or positive pole of an electric current

15. Opposite pole from the electrode.

16. Abbreviated AC; rapid and interrupted current - flowing first in one direction and then in the opposite; produced by mechanical means and charges directions 60 times per second.

17. Meassurements of the distance between two wavelength.

18. Abbreviated O; unit that measure the resistance of a electric current

19. Gradients that make up the electrochemical gradient

20. Constant and direct current - having a positive and negative pole - that produces chemical changes when it passes through the tissues and fluids of the body.

21. A medical device thtat uses mutiple color and wavelenghts (broad spectrum) of focus light to treat spider veins - hyperpigmentation - rosacea - and redness - wrenkles - enlarged hairfollocles and pores - and ecessive hair.

22. Charged particles travel through this gradient

23. Abbreviated UV light and and also known as cold light or actinic light; invisble light that has a short wavelength (giving it higher energy) is less penetrating then visisble light - causes chemical reactions to act more quickly than visisble light -

24. Process that turns the light from a medical laser device into heat.

25. A difference in electrical charge in one region compared to another

26. Also known a probe; applicator for directing electric current from a electrotherapy device to the clents skin.

27. Abbriviated DC; constant - even - flowing current thta travels in one direction only and is produced by chemicals means.

28. Also known as phototherapy; the application of light rays to the skin for the treatment of wrinkles - capillaries - pigmentation - or hair removal.

29. Positively charged particles are attracted to what regions

30. Abbreviated LED; a medical device used to reduce acne - increase skin circulation - and improve the collagen content in the skin.

31. Negative electrode of an electrotherapy device; the cathode is usually black and is marked with an N or a minus (-) sign.

32. Abbreviated mA; 1/1 -000 of an ampere

33. The path of negative and positive electric currents moving from the source through me the conductors and back to the generating source

34. Prevents excessive current from passing through a circuit.

35. Substance that speed up chemical reactions.

36. Positively charged particles are repelled by what regions

37. Also known as insulator; a material that does not transmit electricity.

38. Currents used in electrical facil and scalp treatments

39. A color componet within the skin such as blood or melanin.

40. Process of fusing an acidic (positive) product into deeper tissue using galvanic current from the positive pole toward the negative pole.

41. Swith that automatclly interrupts or shut off an electric circuit at the first indication of overload.

42. Abbreviated W; unit that messure how much electric energy is being used in one second

43. Any material that conducts electricity.

44. The part of electromagnetic spectrum that can be seen. vivsible light only makes up 35% of natural sun light

45. Light at either end of the spectrum of light that is invisisble to the naked eye.

46. Abbreviated V and also known as voltage; unit that messure the pressuer or force that pushes electric current forward throught a conductor.

47. Movement of charged particles

48. Process of infusing water - soluble products into the skin with the use of electric current - such as the use of positive and negative poles of a galvanic machine.

49. Flow of a electricity of a conductor.

50. Abbreviated and also known as amp; unit that measures the strength of an electric current.