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  A measure of the electrical resistance of a material equal to the resistance of a circuit in which the potential difference of 1 volt produces a current of 1 ampere.
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The SI unit of electrical resistance, equal the resistance between two points when a constant voltage produces an electric current of 1 ampere.
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A unit of measure of electrical resistance. One volt can produce a current of one ampere through a resistance of one ohm.
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unit of electrical resistance, 1867, in recognition of German physicist Georg S. Ohm (1789-1854), who determined the law of the flow of electricity. Originally proposed as ohma (1861) as a unit of vol [..]
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The unit of measurement of electrical resistance. The resistance of a circuit in which a potential difference of 1 volt produces a current of 1 ampere
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A measure of the opposition to the flow of electric current.
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The SI unit of electrical resistance, expressing the resistance in a circuit transmitting a current of one ampere when subjected to a potential difference of one volt.
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The unit of measurement used to measure resistance to electrical current.
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See Resistance.
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A measure of electrical resistance.
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A unit of electrical resistance defined as the resistance of a circuit with a voltage of one volt and a current flow of one ampere.
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The unit of resistance; equal to one volt per ampere.
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The unit of resistance to the flow of an electric current.
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 – A unit of electrical resistance.
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The unit of electrical resistance. The resistance through which a current of one ampere will flow when a voltage of one volt is applied.
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The unit of measurement of electrical resistance. The resistance of an electrical device equals the line voltage divided by the device's rated amperage.
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The basic unit of measurement of resistance.
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Unit of electrical resistance of a circuit in which a potential difference of one volt produces a current of one ampere.
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The unit of electric resistance; one volt per ampere.
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Unit of resistance; equivalent to volts/amps
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The ohm is the SI unit of resistance. The resistance of an electrical component is one ohm (1 W) if, when a voltage of 1 V applied across it causes a current of 1 A to flow through it.
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UE, EL The ohm is the SI unit of resistance. The resistance of an electrical component is one ohm (1 W) if, when a voltage of 1 V applied across it causes a current of 1 A to flow through it.
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(n) a unit of electrical resistance equal to the resistance between two points on a conductor when a potential difference of one volt between them produces a current of one ampere(n) German physicis [..]
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The unit of measurement for resistance (Lesson 23)
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 - A unit of electrical resistance defined as the resistance of a circuit with a voltage of one volt and a current flow of one ampere.
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The unit of measurement of the electrical resistance of a material to the flow of current.
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SI unit of resistance; symbol Ω (the Greek letter, capital omega).
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(1787 - 1854) German scientist who gave his name to the unit of resistance.
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The unit of measurement of electrical resistance. The resistance of a circuit in which a potential difference of 1 volt produces a current of 1 ampere.
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A unit that measures the resistance a conductor has to electricity.
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The unit of measure for resistance.
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The amount of resistance overcome by one volt in causing one ampere to flow. The ohm measure resistance to current flow in electrical circuits.
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 The unit of measurement of electrical resistance. The resistance of a circuit in which a potential difference of 1 volt produces a current of 1 ampere.
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The standard unit used to measure the electrical resistance of a conductor.
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A unit of electrical resistance. A circuit resistance of one ohm will pass a current of one ampere with a potential difference of one.
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Unit of resistance. One ohm is the resistance value through which one volt will maintain a current of one amp. Calculation: Ohms = Volts divided by Amps. The ohm scale is a reverse one, i.e. Low numbe [..]
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A unit for measuring electrical resistance.
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— unit of electrical resistance used to measure a material's resistance to the flow of electric current.
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A unit of resistance; a resistance of one ohm sustains a current of one ampere when one volt is applied across the resistance.
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A unit of resistance between two points of a conductor.
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The unit of resistance to the flow of an electric current.
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A unit of electrical resistance; the resistance of a conductor in which a potential difference of one volt produces a current of one ampere. Named after Georg Simon Ohm, German physicist (1787-1854).
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The German physicist (1787-1854) whose name is used for the unit of electrical resistance (ohm). See Ohm’s law.
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unit used to measure resistance in an electrical circuit or component.
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unit of measurement for electrical resistance
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    The unit of measurement for resistance. Named for Georg Simon Ohm, the  German physicist noted for his contributions to mathematics, acoustics, and the measurement of electrical resistance.  [..]
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Unit of electrical resistance. One volt will cause a current of one flow through a resistance of one ohm.OHV (Over Head Valve) Engine Intake and exhaust valve are mounted above the piston in the cylin [..]
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A unit of measurement referring to electrical resistance.
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A unit of measurement of electrical resistance that allows an electromotive force of one volt to produce a current flow of one ampere.
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The unit of measure for resistance.
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The unit of measure for resistance.
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A unit measuring electrical resistance.
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Measure of resistance. A resistance of one Ohm allows one ampere to flow when a potential difference of one volt is applied to the resistance.
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The amount of resistance overcome by 1 V in causing 1 A to flow. An ohm measures resistance to current flow in electrical circuits.
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A unit for measuring electrical resistance or impedance within an electrical circuit.
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A unit of measurement for resistance and impedance. Represented by the symbol   which is the Greek letter Omega.   Back   Back   Home  |  Contact Us  |  About Us  |  Advertise  |  Car Audio How to Links  |  Join!  |  Log-In
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A measurement used of how much the flow of electricity is restricted or impeded. The higher the measurement the higher the resistance.
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An ohm is a measure of electrical resistance that causes one volt to produce a current of one ampere.
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a unit of electrical resistance equal to that of a conductor in which a current of one ampere is produced by a potential of one volt across its terminals.
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The SI unit of electrical resistance.
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The unit of electrical resistance. A resistance of 1 Ohm will pass a current of 1 Amp when a voltage of 1 Volt is applied across it. OEM
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2. To apply energy to a task
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4. A Planet in a classified region of Outer-space
5. A form of communications that has been used since B.C. times
6. The communications office of God and the Heavens, Dimensions and Spirit Worlds
7. To send a signal with a specified destination in the past or future
8. To draw attention to a certain person for a reason they might need to know about
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Unit of electrical resistance. Equivalent to force of one ampere of current at a pressure of one volt. Standardised as resistance set up in a column of mercury, of uniform diameter, with temperature o [..]
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The unit of electrical resistance. The resistance of a conductor in which one volt produces a current of one ampere.
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A standard unit of measure for electrical resistance. One ohm of resistance will allow one ampere of current to flow when one volt of electricity is applied to a circuit.
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a unit of electrical resistance or impedance.
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A measure of electrical resistance. A lower number indicates lower resistance and therefore faster heating.
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  This is a measure of electrical resistance (relevant to atomizers/ replaceable atomizer heads). The Ohm will affect how much resistance the atomizer head gives: a lower resistance (low Ohm) will g [..]
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The measure of electronic resistance from a electronic cigarette battery
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 -  the SI unit of electrical resistance, named after a German physicist. The lower the number, the lower the resistance.
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Symbolized by the Greek letter omega (Ω
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The SI unit of measure for electrical resistance. 1 ohm = 1 Volt/1 ampere.
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The unit of opposition to current flow.
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The unit of electrical resistance. That value of electrical resistance through which a constant potential difference of 1 volt across the resistance will maintain a current flow of 1 ampere through th [..]
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The unit of electrical resistance equal to the resistance through which a current of 1 ampere will flow when there is potential difference of one volt across it.
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See also Resistance. An electrical term that effectively measures the distance to a short in a wire pair, also known as Resistance. As an example, the resistance between the start & finish of the 2002 Olympic Men's Downhill at Snowbasin UT was 220 Ohms, over a distance of approx. 2 miles of 22-guage solid-core wire. Any measurement over 50 [..]
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