reactance

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re·ac·tance (X),

(rē-ak'tănts),
The weakening of an alternating electric current by passage through a coil of wire or a condenser.

re·ac·tance

(X) (rē-ak'tăns)
1. The weakening of an alternating electric current by passage through a coil of wire or a condenser.
2. In psychology, emotional response to pressure in which someone acts against rules and regulations that restrict particular behaviors.