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Who found electric current?

Georg Ohm


What does the little horseshoe mean on a light bulb?

Is that the Ω (ohm) symbol you are referring to? An ohm is the unit of electric resistance.


What is resistance to the flow of electricity measured in?

The unit for electric resistance is the ohm.


Who discovered the mathematical law of electric current?

Georg Ohm


What is the SI unit for an electric resistance?

The unit for resistance is the Ohm.


What volts ohm ampere and watts are terms associated with this?

ohm is used to measure resistance of electric current. Ampere is used to measure electric current. volt is used to measure voltage.


What is the unit for measuring electric resistance?

ohms.Ohm is the measurement of resistance. Ω


What is the current in a a 20 ohm electric heater operated at 240V?

12 amps


Is coulomb a unit for a resistance?

No. It is the unit for electric charge. The unit for resistance is the ohm.


Unit of electric resistance?

The unit of resistance is the 'Ohm'. A conductor through which a current of 1 ampere produces a voltage drop of 1 volt has a resistance of 1 ohm.


What is 75 ohm?

Ohms are a measure of resistance to electric current.You're probably talking about a 75 ohm coaxial cable. In this case, 75 ohms is the characteristic impedance of the cable.


Who discovered the relationship between the electric current and resistance?

This relationship was discovered by Karl Georg Ohm.


The opposition to the flow of electrons in an electric circuit?

That is called resistance. The standard SI unit is the Ohm.


What is an ohm?

The ohm (symbol: Ω) is the unit ofelectrical resistance in DC circuitselectrical resistance, reactance and impedance in AC circuits.It is named after Georg Ohm.An ohm is the standard measurement of the amount of resistance offered by an object to the flow of electric current. 1 volt of voltage applied across a 1 ohm resistance, will result in 1 ampere current flowing.


What is the electric pressure required to produce one ampere of current having one ohm of resistance?

A volt.


What is the amps In a simple electric circuit with a 12 volt supply and a 24 ohm resistor?

0.5 amps


What is the value of international Ohm?

The "international ohm" is the unit of the electric resistance in the international system of electric and magnetic units established by the International Electrical Congress in Chicago in 1893. At first it was known as the "reproducible" ohm. The international ohm was defined as the resistance of a column of mercury of constant cross section at the temperature of melting ice, 106.3 centimeters long and with a mass of 14.4521 grams. Public Bill 105, passed by Congress on July 12, 1894, made this the legal definition of the ohm in the USA. The definition was confirmed by International Conference of London in 1908. In German-speaking areas, the international ohm was also called the Reichanstalt ohm, from its having been adopted by the Physikalisch-Technische Reichanstalt in Berlin-Charlottenburg.


How many micro ohms in a ohm?

m (milli) ohm = 1/1000 ohmµ (micro) ohm = 1/1000000 ohmn (nano) ohm = 1/1000000000 ohmp (nano) ohm = 1/1000000000000 ohm


What is the unit of measure of electric resistance?

Unit measure for resistence is called as "OHM". Its law is called as "OHM'S LAW".


How can three resistors of resistance 2 ohm 3 ohm 6 ohm be connected to get a resistance of 4 ohm and 1 ohm?

3 ohm & 6 ohm resistor connected in parallel with with 2 ohm resistor series we can get equivalent6 resistance of 4 ohm


Ohm convert mili-Ohm to Ohm?

1 milliohm = 0.001 ohm.


How many decimals in 1 tetra-ohm?

1000000000000 ohm


1 mega ohm?

1 mega ohm=______________ ohm?


Which is bigger resistance 20 ohm or 200 ohm?

200 ohm


Does VOM stand for volt-ohm-megohmmeter or volt-ohm-milliameter?

milliamter tanga


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