from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. The capacity for or tendency toward resistance.
- n. Electricity An intrinsic property of a material that is measured as its resistance to current per unit length for a uniform cross section.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. In general, the resistance to electric current of a material. In particular, the degree to which a material resists the flow of electricity or heat.
- n. The reciprocal of conductivity.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The power or property of resistance; capacity for resisting.
- n. In electricity, specific resistance; the resistance of a unit quantity of a substance, or of a sample of unit cross-section and unit length.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a material's opposition to the flow of electric current; measured in ohms
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The D / Pd ratio of the Pd cathode is measured using its resistivity, which is determined using the 4 probe method.
It was reentered in 2009 and drilled another 10,000 feet deeper when it hit 200 feet of pay in what appear to be very productive sands with great porosity and resistivity.
Lines and squiggles mark the depth of the drill bit now at around 22,000 feet, as well as the resistivity and porosity of the rock that it's cutting through.
What cleared it up for me was when I got into the technique of adiabatic demagnetization in my low temperature superconductivity work while trying to characterize delicate networks of percolating superconductivity taking place throughout a background of nearly constant resistivity.
The superconducting networks were so fragile to probing that I ended up developing a very highly sensitive SQUID magnetometer that enabled me to pull out both magnetic susceptibility and resistivity without having to attach anything to the samples.
Abstract: The exponential dependence of resistivity on temperature in germanium is found to be a great big lie.
While rarely regarded in the same way as electronic journals or archives of archaeological data (blogs were not mentioned specifically, for example, in the American Institute of Archaeology/American Philological Associations Report on Electronic Publications), blogs nevertheless represent a vibrant medium for bringing together data from across a wide range of digital media (for example, my blog has included digital aerial photographs, GIS data, resistivity data, and even digital publications).
This new dissociative δ-mode is characterized by a high dissociation degree of gas molecules actually up to 100% in NF3 and up to 70% in SiH4, higher resistivity and a large discharge current.
The work with the magnetometers and resistivity machines finished on Saturday and now the experts are interpreting the graphs and wavy lines of the sound wave readings to find out where "old-fashioned" archaeology - digging - will be most profitably done.
The time delay will be a function of many variables including but not limited to airflow through the screen and thermal resistivity of the materials involved.