
Definition of Reciprocal ohm
1. Noun. A unit of conductance equal to the reciprocal of an ohm.
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Literary usage of Reciprocal ohm
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1. An Advanced Course of Instruction in Chemical Principles by Arthur Amos Noyes, Miles Standish Sherrill (1922)
"The specific conductance of pure water, resulting from its dissociation into H+
and OH~ ions, is 3.8X10"8 reciprocal ohm at 18°, and 5.8X10' reciprocal ohm ..."
2. A Course of Instruction in the General Principles of Chemistry by Arthur Amos Noyes, Miles Standish Sherrill (1917)
"When water at 18° is saturated with silver chloride, its specific conductance
increases by 1.25 x 10° reciprocal ohm. Assuming that the silver chloride is ..."
3. The Electrical Conductivity and Ionization Constants of Organic Compounds: A by Heyward Scudder (1914)
"... either this unit or the reciprocal of the ohm then proposed by Kohlrausch is
used, the tendency being more and more to use the reciprocal ohm. ..."
4. The Journal of General Physiology by Society of General Physiologists, Rockefeller Institute, Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research (1920)
"... therefore, gives the mean rate of digestion of the various solutions for the
first 1.4 x 10~4 reciprocal ohm change. In order to compare the two series, ..."
5. Electric and Magnetic Measurements by Charles Marquis Smith (1917)
"The reciprocal of the resistivity is called conductivity and its unit is the mho,
or reciprocal ohm, per centimeter cube. For many reasons, especially in ..."
6. A Course in Qualitative Chemical Analysis by Charles Baskerville, Louis Jacob Curtman (1916)
"Its specific conductivity is therefore , or 0.0351, reciprocal ohm. Since the
solu 28.5 tion is tenth normal, one equivalent will be contained in 1o liters ..."
7. An Introduction to the Principles of Physical Chemistry from the Standpoint by Edward Wight Washburn (1915)
"... or 7=f (Ohm's Law) (25) The reciprocal of the resistance is called the
conductance, L. The unit of conductance is called the reciprocal ohm or the mho. ..."
8. The General Principles of Physical Science: An Introduction to the Study of by Arthur Amos Noyes (1902)
"... the reciprocal ohm, which is the conductance of a conductor whose resistance
is one ohm. Careful experimental determinations have shown that the ohm is ..."