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### Definition of Microhms

**1.** microhm [n] - See also: microhm

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### Literary usage of Microhms

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**1.** *The Manufacture of Pulp and Paper: A Textbook of Modern Pulp and Paper Mill* by J. Newell Stephenson (1921)

"Hence, to express ohms in **microhms**, multiply the number of ohms by 1000000, which
is conveniently done by moving the decimal point 6 places to the right; ..."**2.** *International Library of Technology: A Series of Textbooks for Persons* by International Textbook Company (1906)

"Therefore, to express the resistance in **microhms**, multiply the resistance in ohms
by 1000000; and, conversely, to express the resistance in ohms, ..."**3.** *Home Study Course in Practical Electricity: An Electrical Catechism* by William Hiram Radcliffe (1916)

"... cross-section, is 2.945 **microhms**. Since it is stated in Answer 49 that the
resistance of a substance increases directly as its length, an aluminum bar 2 ..."**4.** *Metallography* by Samuel Leslie Hoyt (1921)

"The specific resistance of iron containing approximately same amounts of impurities
as are present in the alloys tested - is 15 **microhms** per cubic ..."**5.** *Telegraphy: A Detailed Exposition of the Telegraph System of the British* by Thomas Ernest Herbert (1906)

"13-32 x (-1712 x-7854) = 4-829 **microhms** approx. ... and I- **microhms** per cubic
centimetre, whilst the corresponding values lor hard drawn copper are ..."**6.** *Principles of Electrical Engineering* by Harold Pender (1911)

"The specific resistance of the conductor may then be expressed as so many **microhms**
per centimeter-cube. Similarly, when R is expressed in ..."**7.** *Electrical Engineering* by Thomas Cleghorn Baillie (1915)

"The resistivity in **microhms** per inch cube is therefore 1 057000 x -001 ...
The required resistivity is therefore 4.47 x .668 or 2.99 **microhms** per inch cube. ..."