ohmic resistance

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ohmic resistance (countable and uncountable, plural ohmic resistances)

  1. (electricity) That portion of the apparent resistance or impedance of a circuit which depends only upon the dimensions of the conductors, their temperature, and the materials of which they are composed.

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