### Definition of Microhms

1. Noun. (plural of microhm) ¹

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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. ..."