### Definition of Ohmage

1. Noun. The ohmic resistance of a conductor.

### Definition of Ohmage

1. electrical resistance expressed in ohms [n -S]

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### Lexicographical Neighbors of Ohmage

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### Literary usage of Ohmage

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1. Optic Projection, Principles, Installation, and Use of the Magic Lantern by Simon Henry Gage, Henry Phelps Gage (1914)
"If the voltage and the ohmage are known what is the amperage? Here if A is covered there is left V/O, whence the amperage equals the voltage divided by the ..."

2. Optic Projection by Simon Henry Gage, Henry Phelps Gage (1914)
"If the voltage and the ohmage are known what is the amperage? ... If the voltage is 220 and the ohmage is 5.5 as before, what is the amperage? ..."

3. A B C of the Telephone: A Practical and Useful Treatise for Students and by James Edward Homans (1901)
"~The current (amperage) is equal to the electromotive force (voltage) divided by the resistance (ohmage.) This rule may also be expressed as follows: ..."

4. New Concepts in Diagnosis and Treatment: Physico-clinical Medicine, the by Albert Abrams (1922)
"Let us assume the electronic examination of a syphilitic patient and begin by measuring the ohmage of the reaction for syphilis with an electrode placed ..."

5. "WWJ--The Detroit News": The History of Radiophone Broadcasting by the by Detroit news (1922)
"What ohmage in head phones gives best results? Ans.—Any standard make phone of 2000 or more ohms will give good results under proper conditions. ..."

6. Practical Electrical Measurements: An Introductory Manual for Young by Ellis H. Crapper (1897)
"(44) g> r-2 ohmage refers to the resistance between the two points under consideration. These relationships may be verified by using ..."