Unit of resistance

(Elec.) See Resistance, n., 4, and Ohm.

See also: Unit

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The practical unit of resistance was called an ohm, that of the electric capacitance a farad.
Using the Wenner method of measuring a resistance in terms of a mutual inductance and a rate of rotation, their work gave a value of 0.999 994 absolute ohm for the new as-maintained unit of resistance at NBS.
Based on this principle, the calculable cross-capacitor could provide an alternative method of evaluating the unit of resistance based on straightforward measurements of length and time.
Cutkosky, Evaluation of the NBS unit of resistance based on a calculable capacitor, J.
If these parts of the main-dial circuit have the correct ratio, the unit of resistance in which they are adjusted is immaterial.