graphite resistor

graphite resistor

[′gra‚fīt ri′zis·tər]
(electricity)
A resistor made of carbon for resistance heating.
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where [R.sub.c] is the contact resistance of the wire/copper tape with pencil graphite for one electrode; [R.sub.g] is the resistance of the graphite resistor.
It is believed that the resistance of the graphite resistor originates from graphite grain resistance and associated boundary resistance [16].