### Definition of Milliohms

1. Noun. (plural of milliohm) ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

### Definition of Milliohms

1. milliohm [n] - See also: milliohm

### Lexicographical Neighbors of Milliohms

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### 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 ..."