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    on a frequency of, with a current strength of

    Hello,

    In the sentence below I have doubts about the articles:

    "The device we are going to use works on a frequency of 1 kHz with a current strength of 5 uA."

    This sentence means that the working frequency of the device is 1 kHz and the current strength is 5 uA.

    Thanks

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    Re: on a frequency of, with a current strength of

    not a teacher

    Your sentence seems fine to me, milan.

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    Re: on a frequency of, with a current strength of

    "At" a frequency of.

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