electrode resistance

electrode resistance

[i′lek‚trōd ri′zis·təns]
(electronics)
Reciprocal of the electrode conductance; this is the effective parallel resistance and is not the real component of the electrode impedance.
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Another unique feature is that the electrode resistance increases after healing and can survive 20 times or more cutting/healing cycles than prior to healing.
Tenders are invited for Analog Hand Driven Four Terminal Earth Tester To Measure Earth Electrode Resistance, Dual Range -0 -1 0 , 0- 100 With Accessories Required I.
Finally, the earth electrode resistance is obtained:
Let us define now the normalized earth electrode resistance [R.
norm] for [lambda] [right arrow] [infinity], an already reported in the scientific literature (Nemoianu, 1964) formula of the earth electrode resistance in the uniform [[sigma].
Electrode resistance was determined based on Ohm's law.
Finally, electrode resistance was determined for three bipolar arrangements with the implanted barb electrodes, which averaged 613 [+ or -] 133.
GPR is directly proportional to earth electrode resistance and the current flowing through it [14].
The old and new earth electrode resistance values at the various sites are given in Table 2.
Reducing earth electrode resistance by replacing soil in critical resistance area, International Journal of Modern Engineering Technology, volume 6, number 2, spring 2006
This creates waveform distortion due to electrode resistance and cell capacitance that reduces the effective field applied to the LCD material.
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