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Definition of Resistively
Lexicographical Neighbors of Resistively
Literary usage of Resistively
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Gaseous Electronics Conference Radio-Frequency Reference Cell: Reprint From edited by James K. Olthoff (1996)
"... the dim mode persisted up to 175 W input power (<1 W reflected), of which 150 W was dissipated resistively and 25 W went into the plasma. ..."
2. Surgical after-treatment: a manual of the conduct of surgical convalescence by Le Roi Goddard Crandon (1910)
"Flexion and extension of the leg at the knee, either passively or resistively, are seldom necessary to be done alone (except for some special reason), ..."