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if you mean the standard measurment, it is ohms ( Î©)

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The standard measuring unit for resistance is ohm.

Resistance on constant value

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The standard unit of resistance is the ohm (with a lower case 'o'), named after the German physicist Georg Simon Ohm.

due to high resistance and low temprature coefficient

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magnet produce emf it maintain the resistance as same

Resistance in any conductor is inherent in nature. Some conductor has less some have more comparatively. The resistance is measured in Ohms using a standard multimetr

The units for resistance is Ohm (Ω).The standard unit of resistance is the ohm (with a lower case 'o'), named after the German physicist Georg Simon Ohm.

IEC 60167 describes the methods of test for the determination of insulation resistance of solid insulating materials

No. Resistivity is a material property, and is defined as the resistance for a piece of material of some standard size.

A resistance standard is an extremely precise accurate resistor. They are typically used for calibration or laboratory purposes. They are commerically available from 100 microohms (0.0001 ohms) - 100 Terraohm (100,000,000,000,000 ohms) and are typically stable to 1-100 ppm per year for single value resistors depending on resistance and cost. See links for a commercial example of available resistance standards.

Power = (voltage)2/ResistanceResistance = (voltage)2/(Power)The standard household voltage in North America is 117 V.Resistance = (117)2/(60) = 228 ohms (rounded)

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

because that the tunnel diode is a standard pn junction diode in many respect except its highly doped pn junction so it has some characteristics in the negative resistance region another that its a standard diode

That doesn't come standard, probably a factory defect.

The standard unit of electrical resistance is the "Ohm", written as the Greek capital Omega ( Î© ). 1 Ohm = 1 volt per ampere .

Increase the resistance (ohms) Decrease the voltage (Volts)

The gain of a class A, common emitter BJT amplifier, a fairly standard configuration, is defined as collector resistance divided by emitter resistance, or as hFe, whichever is less. Assuming that we are operating in a linear mode, and hFe is not a limiting factor, then the emitter resistance being greater than the collector resistance simply means that the gain is less than one.

If the parallel resistors are equal, then the total resistance (in this case, with three resistors) will decrease by a factor of 3. I suggest you verify this with the standard formula for parallel resistance: 1/R = 1/R1 + 1/R2 + 1/R3, replacing the value 30 for R1, R2, and R3, and calculating R, the combined resistance.

The question is actually wrong, they can both have the same resistance if configured differently, the real question should be which has a higher resistivity which is the electrical resistance found in a standard amount of each material. In this case Manganin has a higher resistivity than copper.

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carbon resistors of standard values are manufactured because other values can be obtained by series and parallel combination of standard values. Moreover even standard values do not offer exact Resistance's will have tolerance

It depends on the length of th cable and the diameter of the copper cable used.

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