chronaxie

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Etymology[edit]

Ancient Greek χρόνος (khrónos, time) + ἄξων (áxōn, axis)

Noun[edit]

chronaxie (plural chronaxies)

  1. The minimum time over which an electric current must be applied in order to stimulate a muscle fiber or nerve cell.

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