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    oksuz_ is offline Member
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    with/for which

    Hi,

    It is the minimum bias voltage with/for which output pulses can be obtained.

    what is the correct preposition for the above sentence? To me, it should be "with". However, there is "for" in the original sentence.

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    Re: with/for which

    I agree with the writer of the original sentence (for).

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    Re: with/for which

    Either one works for me, but I agree that with might be better. You apply a gradually increasing bias voltage until you observe an output pulse. This is the minimum voltage with which a pulse is obtained.
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