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### Definition of Milliohms

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

### Lexicographical Neighbors of Milliohms

### Literary usage of Milliohms

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

**1.** *Transactions of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers* by American Institute of Electrical Engineers (1917)

"Assuming a specific resistance of 17.5 **milliohms** per meter and square millimeter,
the resulting cross-section is: 17.5 X LI 17.5 X 30 X 120 2 = - —— - —1M- ..."**2.** *Electric Railway Handbook: A Reference Book of Practice Data, Formulas and* by Albert Sutton Richey, William Charles Greenough (1915)

"... of the pipe in **milliohms** between the two points of application of the voltmeter,
hence it enables the true resistance of the pipe to be measured. ..."**3.** *The Mathematics of Applied Electricity: A Practical Mathematics* by Ernest Herman Koch (1912)

"Give the equivalent resistance in **milliohms** of 5 megohms. Use the abbreviated
notation 1000000 = 106. Ex. 35. The insulation res. of a wire measures 16.75 ..."**4.** *A Preliminary Report Prepared for Submission to Its Principals* by American Committee on Electrolysis (1916)

"Assuming a specific resistance of 17.5 **milliohms** per meter and square millimeter,
the resulting cross-section is : q - — -iso- - 42°sq-mm- 17.5 XLI 17.5 X ..."**5.** *A Preliminary Report Prepared for Submission to Its Principals* by American Committee on Electrolysis (1916)

"... of 17.5 **milliohms** per meter and square millimeter, the resulting cross-section
is: 17.5 X LI 17.5 X 30 X 120 ._. q = = jg^- - = 420 sq. mm. ..."**6.** *Transactions* (1917)

"Assuming a specific resistance of 17.5 **milliohms** per meter and square millimeter,
the resulting cross-section is: 5 = -T 150- = 42°sq'mm" 17.5 X LI 17.5 X ..."