electrical resistance

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electrical resistance (countable and uncountable, plural electrical resistances)

  1. (physics) The opposition offered by an electrical conductor to the flow of a current through itself, resulting in a conversion of electrical energy into heat and radiation. The SI derived unit of resistance is the ohm (Ω). Symbol: R.

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