Asked by | 30th Sep, 2011, 08:54: PM
The electrical resistance of an electrical element measures its opposition to the passage of an electric current; the inverse quantity is electrical conductance, measuring how easily electricity flows along a certain path.
Devices designed to have definite amounts of electrical resistance; used in circuits to limit current flow or to provide voltage drops are called resistors.
Answered by | 2nd Oct, 2011, 02:57: PM
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