internal resistance


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internal resistance

[in′tərn·əl ri′zis·təns]
(electricity)
The resistance within a voltage source, such as an electric cell or generator.
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Therefore, the station should employ every stratagem, every ploy, however bizarre, to create this internal resistance. Public and provocative rallies should be held, growing in size and intensity until the Communists must react.
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In 1994, Iraq continued its efforts to crush internal resistance with an economic embargo of the Kurdish North and a military campaign against Shiite Muslim region in the South.
As for brand category line extensions and his own concept of Dannon Natural Spring Water, he said bottled water is appropriate for Dannon yogurt because "there were so many correlations -- healthy, good taste, no additives, natural." He emphasized that to think 20-to-30 years out, it's necessary to think in those terms, and to be doggedly determined to overcome both external and internal resistance.
With the development of internal resistance movements in France itself there are the efforts to create durable links with the London headquarters, and after the Allied invasion of French North Africa and the movement to Algiers of de Gaulle and his committee, with the reinforced authority there.
Magda, RPA/FMA began the seminar by outlining his "ten steps for consideration when presenting an energy project to senior management - tools to help you obtain funding from your owner or senior manager." He took the audience through a carefully planned process to anticipate and solve internal resistance before a project is presented, and offered advice on analyzing the needs and desires of the people to whom the project would be presented, and on researching similar installations in order to prove a project's applicability and likelihood of success.
Failure is due to internal resistance, or a lack of commitment from top level managers.
The section must be designed to provide reactants to the cells, manage the electrolyte of the cell, provide the electric circuit, remove the reaction products, and reject reaction and internal resistance heat.
Difficulties in clarifying information needs or in handling internal resistance seemed more problematic than difficulties related to computer equipment.
So we are not pushing it aside but placing it in order of priority on what is it that the public wanted and take note of internal resistance that comes from within,' Ong said.
There has been internal resistance to reform civil bureaucracies in the colonies.

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