## Look up: resistivity

1. Resistivity
the reciprocal of electrical conductivity, and a measure of a material's resistance to the passage of electric current.
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2. Resistivity
Resistivity uses Greek letter Rho where Resistance = Rho * length / cross sectional area Rho (Ohm Metres) = Resistance of 1 metre length of material with 1 square metre cross section. Rho (Ohm Metres) = Rho (Micro-Ohm metres) * 0.000001(E-6) Rho (Ohm Metres) = Rho (Ohm cm) * 0.01(E-2) Rho (Ohm Metre...
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3. resistivity
the electrical resistance offered to the passage of current; the opposite of conductivity.
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4. resistivity
the electrical resistance offered to the passage of current; the opposite of conductivity.
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5. Resistivity
the reciprocal of electrical conductivity, and a measure of a materials resistance to the passage of electric current.
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6. resistivity
See electrical resistivity.
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7. resistivity
<radiobiology> Tendency for a material/substance to resist the flow of electrical current and to dissipate its energy. Resistivity, when combined with certain geometry factors (generally length and cross-sectional area for wires) determines resistance. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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8. resistivity
electrical resistance of a conductor of unit cross-sectional area and unit length. A characteristic property of each material, resistivity is useful ... [10 related articles]
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9. resistivity
inverse of the conductivity when this inverse exists
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10. resistivity
A measure of the ability of an electric conductor to resist the flow of an current. Also known as specific resistance, it is given by the formula ? = AR/l, where ? (rho) is the resistivity, A is the cross-sectional area of the conductor, l is its length, and R is its resistance in ohms. resi...
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11. resistivity
Type: Term Pronunciation: rē′zis-tiv′i-tē Definitions: 1. A measure of a material's resistance to the passage of electrical current; the reciprocal of conductivity.
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12. resistivity
In physics, a measure of the ability of a material to resist the flow of an electric current. It is numerically equal to the resistance of a sample of unit length and unit cross-sectional area, and its unit is the ohm metre (symbol Ωm). A good conductor has a low resistivity (1.7 × 10-8
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13. resistivity
1) Electric resistance 2) Electrical phenomenon 3) Electrical resistance 4) Impedance 5) Ohmic resistance 6) Resistance
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