ohmic

ADJECTIVE
  1. of or relating to or measured in ohms
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How To Use ohmic In A Sentence

  • Bilayers of Ni / Au and Al / Ti were deposited by e-beam evaporation as p- and n-type ohmic contacts for current injection.
  • Given differing loads with ohmic, inductive or capacitive external resistance gives rise to the dependence of output voltage on load current as shown in Figure 135. 8. Transformer
  • We believe this activation is probably an ohmic phenomenon like an instantaneous I-V relation.
  • At low potentials, pores remain open and demonstrate ohmic behavior.
  • In high external potassium the current did reverse at the expected potassium equilibrium potential but it did not follow the expected ohmic relations.
  • It can be concluded that the ohmic potential drop is an important factor which has the influence over the pit growth kinetics.
  • But as the temperature of heated plasma rises, the resistance decreases and the ohmic heating becomes less effective. Nuclear fusion power
  • This is called ohmic (or resistive) heating; it is the same kind of heating that occurs in an electric light bulb or in an electric heater. Nuclear fusion power
  • There is no prominent change of gelatinization properties during ohmic heating.
  • As far as the dangers go, its a lot safer than nuclear fission power (the reactor types that are being used now) because it produces virtually no radiation or nuclear waste (ohmic heating of a plasma in a tokamak replaces the irradiated water if a fission reactor which produces nuclear waste). Think Progress » FACT CHECK: Combating Global Warming Does Not Require ‘Economic Castration’
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