megohm


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megohm

 [megōm]
one million (106) ohms.

meg·ohm

(meg'ōm),
One million ohms.

megohm

/meg·ohm/ (meg´ōm) one million (106) ohms.

megohm

one million ohms.
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Kryoflex has an electrical resistivity of 1x1018 Ohms/cm and easily maintained resistance values exceeding 50,000 megohms.
The activity of individual ALLN fibers was recorded by means of glass micropipette electrodes filled with 2 M NaC1 saturated with fast green dye and with input impedances of 12-20 megohms.
Their resistance goes from 10 megohms to less than 1 ohm over a smooth, repeatable curve that drops exponentially.
Insulation resistance is a minimum of 100,000 megohms at 25[degrees]C and 10,000 megohms at 125[degrees]C.
The half-rack size instrument is capable of 4-wire and 6-wire remote sense resistance measurements ranging from one micro-ohm to 200 megohms.
Other electricals include initial contact resistance of 10 milliohms maximum, insulation resistance of 1,000 megohms minimum, and dielectric strength of 3,000 V rms between terminals and frame.
Because resistance testing is often required in electrically noisy production environments, the Model 2750 was designed for measurements from micro-ohms to megohms using the offset compensation method.
Conventional electrodes, on the other hand, feed amplifiers with input impedence of one to 10 megohms, significantly loading the source of physiological voltage.
002% 90-day basic accuracy), and DC ohms from 100 micro-ohms to 100 Megohms (0.
Better Than 50 Megohms At 500 Vdc Between The Electrical Circuit And The Contaning Case.
The high-quality pure water produced by the systems has resistivity values typically exceeding 15 Megohms cm at 25 C, <30 ppb of TOC (Total Organic Carbon) and bacteria levels of <1 cfu/mL.